Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Council defends lack of rapid-build homes

NO NEW rapid-build houses for homeless families have been built in Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown despite government targets. Under the Rebuilding Ireland action plan for housing and...

‘High risk’ sex offender is given one last chance

A JUDGE has agreed to give one last chance to a convicted sex offender who poses a risk to public safety. Munir Ghariani (26), formerly...

Councillors vote down social housing motion

Meeting: PBP motion rejected 40 to 7

Tara hooks a spot in art exhibition

WORK by a young Killiney artist is to feature in a major art exhibition in Tokyo. Hook Lighthouse by Tara Watson from St Joseph of...

‘It was a privilege to serve’

AFTER a hectic but enjoyable year as Cathaoirleach, attending over 300 events as well as working as a councillor, Cormac Devlin says he’s ready...

Living History a great chance to learn about Dalkey Castle

LIVING history tours are coming to Dalkey Castle and Heritage Centre this summer. With a history dating back to the middle ages, the Living History...

Council to probe claims that traffic warden ‘made fun of’ deaf motorist

THE council have responded to an incident in Ballybrack last week where a deaf man’s speech was allegedly mocked by a DLR traffic warden. A...

Great gran Joan goes walkabout for a great cause

A LOCAL great grandmother in her seventies is planning to walk from Dun Laoghaire to Killarney to raise money for cancer awareness. Joan Flynn from...

Modern Dermot Bannon build sparks local anger

A PROPOSED development, designed by Dermot Bannon, has caused “uproar” among Dun Laoghaire residents. Residents at Clarinda Park are opposing the construction of a house...

Two-thirds of us can’t get a rush-hour seat

MANY Luas users are unable to board the packed trams at rush hour, a recent survey has shown. Undertaken by Senator Neale Richmond (FG), the...

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