Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Tech giant expansion plan set to create 200 new jobs

There was good news for the Sandyford area last week as Microsoft announced it is to create 200 new jobs, as the tech giant...

Local mums leading country with ‘thriving’ feeding rates

South Dublin has been praised for having the highest breastfeeding rates in the country. To celebrate these high rates, Dublin South East Public Health Nursing...

Goatstown playground to go ahead as locals vote in favour

The controversial Goatstown Playground was given the green light this week as the council confirmed there are more people in favour of the plans...

Hero on the ball for Oliver

A ten-year-old from Killiney had his wish to meet a famous footballer granted. Oliver Hand who is living with Aplastic Anaemia and awaiting a transplant...

Call for Central Mental Hospital land to be used for affordable housing

The lands at the Central Mental Hospital (CMH) in Dundrum have come under scrutiny in recent weeks as plans for the future of the...

Job seekers don’t miss out

Southside Partnership Local Employment Service is running a series of FREE events for job seekers. The event kicks off on Monday next with a Jobs...

The Fureys continue their sell-out run at the Mill

Traditional Irish music legends The Fureys – renowned for their hit songs ‘When you were sweet 16’, ‘The Green fields of France’ and ‘Red...

The Repeal Debate

Following last Saturday’s March for Choice which saw more than 40,000 people take to the streets of Dublin, The Gazette asked City councillors and...

Apartments launched

Ninety-six new private apartments were launched in Dun Laoghaire this week. Eustace Court is a scheme of 96 apartments and penthouses just off the Upper...

Celebrating our diversity

Get ready to run, hike or sing at the dlr Festival of Inclusion which was launched last week. DLR launched their Festival of Inclusion “Connecting...

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