Monday, November 18, 2019

A Golden Feeling at the Airport

THERE were great scenes at Dublin Airport when the members of Transplant Team Ireland arrived home, flush with medals and victories after competing at...

Liberties locals wary about Newmarket plan

The Liberties: Mixed local reaction to redevelopment plans

More than a shedload of space for a men’s group

SWORDS Mens Shed (SMS) members were delighted to welcome the handover of their brand-new premises at the Seatown Toad, beside Aldi, thanks to the...

Wetherspoon’s pub and hotel set to open in 2019

THE Wetherspoons planned for Camden Street will finally open its doors in early 2019 following approval from An Bord Pleanala. This “super-pub” premises will be...

Tributes pour in for much loved school headmaster

TRIBUTES have been pouring in for much-loved principal and “wonderful leader” Padraic Carney who was tragically killed while cycling last week. Principal of St Louis Senior...

Gardai appealing for information over armed robbery of Dublin City shop

Gardaí are appealing for information following a robbery from a shop on South Leinster Street, Dublin 2 which occurred at 12.15pm on 24th June, 2017. An...

Woman to be sentenced for part in knife, taser altercation

A WOMAN will be sentenced next month for her part in a knife and taser attack on a man which forced the victim to...

49 Dublin students have just become published authors

TALENTED third class pupils from a school in Ballyfermot have just become published authors after their collection of short stories appeared in a new...

‘We’ll cause chaos at Croker to highlight brothel plague’

Fed-up Dorset St residents have vowed to bring traffic to a standstill when U2 play Croke Park next month in a bid to get gardai to take more seriously their claims that the street has become a Red Light zone.