Monday, June 17, 2019

Community unites in bid to stop post office closing

Locals rally behind push to protect vital facility

Venezuelan flavour is a coffee hit!

A Dublin-based barista has been crowned the Sodexo UK and Ireland Barista of the Year. Veronica Palacios, a barista in the An Post staff restaurant...

Suspended jail term for cocaine supplier

A man who was caught throwing €3,000-worth of cocaine out of a house window, nearly into the hands of gardaí at the scene, has...

Can you capture the spirit of D8?

The Digital Hub has partnered with one of its enterprise companies Coinaphoto, for an exciting new photography challenge. Themed ‘Dublin 8 is Great,’ the competition...

Making time for music icons

Renowned Swiss luxury watchmaker Raymond Weil is paying homage to the holy trinity of music icons Bowie, The Beatles and Buddy Holly with the...

Height controls for apartments are to be eased

Apartment height controls in Dublin City are to be relaxed as current rules are deemed “ridiculous”. Housing Minister Eoghan Murphy has asked for rules to...

Growing with communities

Heineken Ireland has brought its national community initiative to Inchicore; creating urban growing spaces that have a positive impact – socially, environmentally and economically. The...
Picture of the front of the GPO

GPO centre wins award

GPO Witness History Visitor Centre has received The Micheletti Award at the European Museum Academy Awards. The prestigious Award is the European prize for innovative...

Killer jailed over ‘poor man’s cocaine’

A convicted killer caught in possession of €250,000 of “poor man’s cocaine” has received a four-year jail sentence. Christopher Geraghty, 48, of Oldtown, Santry, Dublin,...

Fears afterschool project will have to close its doors

An afterschool project in the North Inner City fears it will have to close because of a lack of funding. CASPr is a community development...