Thursday, November 14, 2019

Bid to save Ireland’s largest dementia-only care home, St Joseph’s

A public protest is taking place outside the Dáil later today (Thursday), as Ireland’s largest dementia care home, St Joseph's, faces closure...

Family centre forced to close after truck ramming incident

A building which hosts a specialised early years service for children in Clondalkin has been forced to close after a truck was...

Councillor questions “cosy relationship” between Fine Gael and plastic industry

A local Councillor has taken aim at Fine Gael over what he calls their "cosy relationship" with the plastic industry.

Plans for controversial sewage plant given the green light by ABP

Plans for a €500 million facility labelled a “monster sewage plant” by locals in north Dublin have been given the go ahead...

Children’s Health Ireland apologises to family of Ciara Lawlor

Children's Health Ireland (CHI) at Crumlin has apologised to the parents of Ciara Lawlor (17), at an inquest into the death of...

Walking for the homeless raises over €16,000 for soup runs across Dublin

Over €16,000 has been raised during a walk for the homeless, with the funds going to soup runs across Dublin.

‘Abandoned’ owners of apartments with building defects appeal for redress

Building defects in South Dublin were discussed at an Oireachtas committee meeting last Thursday. The housing committee heard...

Get in the festive spirit with this bike ride for charity next month

Ireland’s biggest Santa Cycle is taking place on Sunday 1st December to raise vital funds for sick children.

Christmas lights across town to be illuminated from this evening

DublinTown, the organisation that puts up the Christmas lights in town each year, have announced that they will be switched on across...

Men involved in violence on Luas tram receive suspended sentences

Seven Dublin men who were involved in a violent disorder on board a LUAS tram have received fully suspended sentences.