Wednesday, August 21, 2019

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...

Pug Penny left bloodied after firework attack

A BALLINTEER dog owner has described her horror after her pug was attacked with a firework while out for a walk last week. Hannah O’Byrne...

Delight as Ibrahim Halawa set free at last

Dubliner acquitted four years after Cairo protest arrest

No fun and games as locals battle playground

Goatstown sharply divided over proposed play area

Vandals target Our Lady statue in dead of night

Sandyford shock as hands smashed off landmark

Sinn Fein lashes out at ‘silence’ on Ballyogan pool

Minister Shane Ross criticised over Glenalbyn stance

Skyrocketing rents force students to quit college

Crisis hits college hopefuls as CAO offers come out

A GAA-s time for Gaza kids

SOUTH Dubliners turned out in droves to welcome 19 children and two coaches from Al Helal FC in Gaza on their visit to Dublin,...

‘What did I do to deserve this award?’

A MONKSTOWN man has been honoured for his 50 years of voluntary work in lifesaving. Brendan Donohue was presented with the Ireland Medal and Parchment...

Council rolls out a new strategy for bike use

THE importance of cycle parking and cycling welfare facilities have been highlighted by the council in a new document published this week. The first of...