Thursday, September 19, 2019

Minister opens public consultation on the use of e-scooters

The public are being asked to give their opinion on whether e-scooters should be legal on Irish roads. This...

Row over Hartstown centre’s ownership as centre faces closure

The Dublin Archdiocese is being urged to confirm that it is in talks with Fingal County Council to hand over the ownership...

Minister warns retailers E-scooters are illegal on public roads

Minister for Transport Shane Ross has warned retailers and suppliers of e scooters and other Powered Personal Transporters they should inform customers...

Dubs legend O’Leary urges Dubliners to go “Up the Hill for Jack & Jill”

Dublin GAA football legend John O'Leary his wife Catherine and sons Tom (8) and Jack (10) are calling on people to lend...

HSE Fingal disability service cut slammed as regressive

The Health Service Executive’s (HSE) plan to abolish a training support allowance for people with disabilities has been blasted as “regressive” and...

Inspiring Sutton teen ready to help champion self-confidence

A teenager from Sutton who battled through anxiety and depression has made it to the finals of Miss Ireland 2019.

Former model Jodie is lucky to be alive – but now she’s homeless

A former model who fought her way back from a horror car crash has been left homeless after her release from hospital.

Dept of Education’s D15 autism directive ‘falls short’ – parents

Parents campaigning for a dedicated school for children with autism in Dublin 15 say a directive from the Department of Education to...

1 garda per 700 citizens a ‘cause for concern’ in Swords

Swords Garda Station has just one garda per 710 citizens under its protection, which is one-sixth of the numbers policing other areas,...

Sharp criticism over Blanchardstown, Castleknock transport strategies

A Fingal councillor has criticised a lack of joined-up thinking in Dublin’s transport strategy, with potentially dire consequences for Castleknock and Blanchardstown...