Friday, November 22, 2019
Dun Laoghaire Pier in the sunshine

Dublin set for more sunshine this weekend

Dublin is set to be bathed in glorious sunshine for most of the weekend according to Met Eireann. Parts of Ireland were hotter than LA...

Will you help to turn Darkness Into Light?

This year’s annual Darkness Into Light campaign has officially been launched ahead of the upcoming walk on Saturday, May 12. This year’s campaign, Wake Up,...
cannabis plant

Green Party have high hopes for cannabis law change

The Green Party are calling for the legalisation of cannabis, saying that current laws on the drug are “making criminals out of decent people”. The...

Horror as young girl pricked by syringe in North Dublin

A six-year old girl was rushed to hospital last week after accidentally standing on an abandoned syringe as she waited for the bus. The little...

Dublin Diary

It might only be the start of the week, but that doesn't mean you're not already dreaming of heading out with friends. Dublin is...

Excitement over €5m St Andrew’s revamp

A €5M proposed development of the former St Andrew’s Church could see a huge food hall introduced into the local area. The development proposes...

The craic will be mighty at Irish language march

Conradh Na Gaeilge are set to host a massive ‘celebration’ of the Irish language this Saturday, April 14, with a march across the city. BEO:...

Delivery with a difference

A city-based delivery service have provided their ‘riders’ with first aid training, so they can help others in the event of an emergency. Deliveroo have...

Locals reeling as St Anne’s plan greenlit

There has been outrage at the revelation that permission has been granted for a large housing development on the playing fields of St Anne’s...

The Kids Are Alright: Irish Youth Music Awards set for Croker

The Irish Youth Music Awards will return to Croke Park on April 21st with it’s biggest line-up so far. Marking the launch of Youth Work...