Monday, July 22, 2019

Halloween horror as businesses torched

Donabate shocked as arsonists target pharmacy, salon

‘If they take our post office, what’s left?’

Lusk: Community meeting as fears grow for hub’s future

‘Monster’ sewage plant plans to be lodged early next year

Exclusive – Controversial €500M scheme back on the agenda

‘Storm thrill seekers should be prosecuted’

TD calls for legislation to protect emergency services

Lifeguards hailed after a successful summer

This summer saw a decrease in accidents across Fingal’s beaches, thanks to the vigilance and experience of our heroic lifeguards. According to this year’s Review...

Quick-witted principal saves nine-year-old boy’s life with CPR

A NINE-YEAR-OLD boy who collapsed in a school yard, suffering a cardiac arrest, is now out of hospital and on the mend. The young lad...

Cleaning sewers could bring end to rats

Residents of a Dublin 15 estate say they hope the latest works will finally solve a long-running problem of rodent sightings in the area. In...

Homeless dad in freezing caravan pleads for home

My life was hell living in hostels ... I had to get out of there – Patrick

Council could be missing out on millions in rates

Cllr: ‘Targeting backlog in commercial rates could raise far more than property taxes’

‘I left school at I’m doing my Masters’

A TRAVELLER who left school at 15 and is about to embark on a Masters degree in law has spoken about her experience of...