Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Dun Laoghaire

Dun Laoghaire News, South Dublin News,

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...

‘Absurd’ build blasted by Clarinda residents

Dun Laoghaire: Square’s residents outraged by proposed building

Mrs Brown’s joys at Rotary Club awards

Tireless local hero Margaret named Person of the Year at inaugural event

Councillor vows to save Clonkeen College pitches

A LOCAL politician has vowed to save the playing fields at Clonkeen College and is tabling a motion to have the land dezoned from...

Council allocated €36k to tackle scourge of graffiti

THE COUNCIL has been allocated €36,000 to tackle litter and graffiti problems – a considerable increase on last year’s €28,000. The Minister for Communications, Climate...

Man’s death sees call for a safety audit of harbour

Dun Laoghaire: man died after driving off unrestricted pier
The jetskier in Dun Laoghaire being rescued by the Coast Guard.

Coast Guard rescues two people after jet ski sinks

Two incidents involving jet skis took place in Dun Laoghaire late last week as the Coast Guard and the RNLI were kept busy. The first incident...

Will it be Simon or Leo? Local representatives pick sides

This week marked the beginning of voting in the Fine Gael leadership election, with 21,000 members of Fine Gael set to select the new...

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