Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Government okays action to force empty homes’ sale

THE owners of empty homes can now be forced by the Government to sell them or rent them. Attorney General Seamus Woulfe has told government...

Dumping could see DCC take back bin collection

Council to examine waste management as illegal fly tipping swamps inner city

Bollards could soon hit key streets to stop terror

Anti-terrorism feature plan for pedestrian hubs
Trolley crisis 2018

Swollen trolley lists blasted as ‘disgrace’

Health | sf deputy hits out at particular impact on children

Armed gardai called in to help fight illegal dumping

Random checks planned to tackle criminal activity

Council calls time on the Temple Bar cobblestones

TEMPLE BAR is set to lose its famous cobblestones as part of a “major decluttering exercise” by the council. The popular tourist spot will undergo...

Happy to be roped in to help Irish Life support charities

STAFF at a city centre company braved serious heights to raise money for two worthy charities last week. Some 113 Irish Life employees, including Declan...

Woman hurt after punter threw glass up in air inside pub

A MAN who unintentionally injured a woman when he threw a glass into the air in a crowded bar has received a suspended jail...

Burglar got a haircut – then broke into house next door

A BURGLAR was identified after he was caught on CCTV footage having his hair cut in the barbers next door to the premises he...

Tributes paid to ‘hero’ diver Stephen Keenen

TRIBUTES have been paid to “hero” and much-loved diver Stephen Keenen who died tragically in Egypt last week. The 39-year-old Glasnevin man died while saving...