Saturday, May 18, 2019

Case closed for water protest

Charges have been dropped against ten people over the 2014 Jobstown water charges protest, while one person remains charged with criminal damage. Lawyers for the...

€6m Orchard action plan hailed

There was unanimous welcome for the €6m Cherry Orchard Action Plan at the recent South Central Area Committee. Hailing it a “massive step forward for...

€320k ticket sold in Dublin 7

One very lucky Dubliner is €320,208 richer this week after scoring the Match 5 and Lucky Star on Friday’s Euromillions draw. The lucky punter’s Quick...

UEFA drawn to Dublin for draw

Dublin has been selected to host the live televised UEFA EURO 2020 qualifying draw, which will take place in December 2018. The 2020 Championships mark...

Pot haul worth €2.4m seized at Dublin Port

A massive €2.4m haul of illegal drugs was seized at Dublin Port this week with help from an intrepid sniffer dog called Holly. The bust...

Iconic coffee shop shuts after 38 years in business

An iconic Dublin coffee shop and landmark closed its doors last week amidst sadness from regulars and locals. The Kiosk, located on the corner of...

New book recalls the era of Dublin Dockers

A new book has been launched that chronicles the history of Dublin’s dock workers. The Dublin Docker: Working Lives of Dublin’s Deep-Sea Port, an illustrated...

Most motorists against banning city rickshaws

Almost 80% of motorists have concerns about the dangers posed by rickshaws in Irish cities, yet most do not want them banned, research has...

Concern seeks judges for schools debating teams

Volunteers are being sought to judge the country’s largest school debating contest which boasts Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe among its tens of thousands of...

We-aver a new park

Officials say that a new community park in the Liberties that was officially opened this week will serve the entire community. Weaver Park in Cork...

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