Tuesday, August 20, 2019

Bakers rise to the occasion to whip up nearly €129,000 for Temple Street

Bakers across Dublin raised a total of €128,782 in this year's Great Irish Bake for Temple Street, which took place in April....

Illegal streaming of English Premier League football set to be blocked

It's going to be a lot more difficult to find illegal TV streams of English Premier League matches when the new season...

Public’s backing ‘down under’ comes out tops for Darragh

A Dublin couple facing deportation from Australia because their son has cystic fibrosis have thanked the public Down Under for backing their...

Fingal County Council expected to adopt a local plan for Dublin Airport

Fingal County Council is expected to adopt a local area plan (LAP) for Dublin Airport and its environs to facilitate future growth...

Danger of breaching EU safety limits in parts of Dublin – EPA

Residents living close to the M50 motorway could be at risk as a result of dangerously high levels of nitrogen dioxide, the...

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...