Tuesday, August 20, 2019

City power outage could cost €1 million for businesses

  A power outage across the city last Monday could have potentially cost business up to €1 million in losses. Up to 4,500 offices, shops and...
Scientology HQ building, California

Scientology Links to Drug Leaflets in Focus

Concerns have been raised over Scientology's links to groups promoting anti-drug awareness in the north inner city. The groups have been distributing information to schools...

Just #AskforAngela at the Bar if You Feel in Danger

A new initiative designed to help individuals escape from uncomfortable situations on nights out has been welcomed by An Garda Siochana. Following a successful pilot...

Free Online GP Access for USI Students

More than 370,000 students are set to avail of free access to online GP consultations thanks to a new Union of Students (USI) initiative. All...

‘Dart Underground is Needed Now, Not Later’

With the city centre experiencing traffic disruption, a TD has called for the introduction of the Dart Underground amidst calls for a restructuring of...

Tributes Paid as Top Garda Dies Suddenly

Tributes have been paid to a senior garda investigator following his death last weekend. Detective Superintendent Colm Fox was found dead in Ballymun Garda Station. No foul...
Ardmheara Micheal Mac Donncha and friends help launch St Patrick's Festival, which this year has the theme of 'Home'. Picture: Robbie Reynolds

‘Home’ to be theme of the St Patrick’s Festival

‘HOME’ has been announced as this year’s theme for the St Patrick’s Festival. Taking place from March 15-19, the five-day festival will see thousands of...

Body discovered in Ranelagh

Gardaí at Donnybrook Station are investigating the discovery of the body of a female in a house at Ranelagh Road in Dublin 6. The body...
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City’s fed-up commuters rail against Luas problems

Transport: Some bus times doubled; cold shoulder for suggestion to redirect buses

No Moore time for battle sites?

Campaigners vow to fight on after ruling by Court of Appeal that historic Rising sites at Moore Street CAN be developed