Monday, July 22, 2019

Final touches being made ahead of a brilliant Swords Summer Festival

Organisers are busy putting the finishing touches to this year’s Swords Summer Festival which starts next Thursday, July 18 and runs until...

‘Helping sick kids is the best thing I’ve done’ says play volunteer Ornaith

Dubliner Ornaith Woodley has found the perfect way to blow off steam after a tough day at the office – by getting...

Man jailed following ‘unprovoked’ attack on woman in Hartstown Park

A man who punched a woman repeatedly in the face and head as she was out for a walk with her friend...

Call for people in Dublin to Shop for a Smile this Summer

Gift card company One4all return this week with the annual Shop4Crumlin charity campaign for the 5th year. Taking place...

LGBTI+ are most discriminated against community in Ireland

The LGBTI+ community experience the highest rates of discrimination in Ireland according to latest CSO figures. In their...

€500m Clonshaugh sewage plant ruling is set back for months

An Bord Pleanala confirmed earlier this week that a decision on the monster sewage treatment plant in Clonshaugh has been deferred for...

Road upgrade first step to Baldoyle area getting 1,500 homes

Road works which will open up a landbank at Stapolin in Baldoyle earmarked for up to 1,500 houses are due to get...

Late ‘Lil Red’ helping to save lives with sepsis awareness

The heartbroken parents of a young rapper, Lil Red, who died of sepsis have released a documentary about their son’s sudden death...

Clonsilla author hopes his ‘dark’ eye-opening book will snare readers

A bank worker from Clonsilla who has just published his first book admits it will start some “uncomfortable conversations” for readers.

Arrest made after woman stabbed in Blanchardstown restaurant

A woman in her early 20s was taken to hospital after being stabbed in the head and neck with a fork at...