Thursday, August 22, 2019

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...

Ripples of delight as Green Flags awarded

THERE was some fantastic news for the county with the council revealing that the number of parks with Green Flags in Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown has...

Locals pool demands for amenity to be reopened

Glenalbyn: Hundreds attend meeting call for facility’s restoration

A Foxrock student had all the write stuff for award

A FOXROCK girl has won a top mental health award for student journalism. Kieva McLaughlin, a DIT student, won the Headline award for student journalism...

Ibrahim trial is ‘moving to a conclusion’

THE trial of Ibrahim Halawa (21) appears to be moving forwards following the Dubliner’s latest court appearance in Cairo on Sunday. Minister for Foreign Affairs...

News of new regional park, gardens praised

A STUNNING new public park on the grounds of a historic estate that boasts fantastic views over Dublin Bay could soon be a new...

Man alleged to have repeatedly raped Spanish student released without charge

A MAJOR probe has been launched after a Spanish student was tied up and repeatedly raped in a tent in Ringsend. The 18-year-old was allegedly bound and raped...

Relief for residents as noisy school works end

Stepaside locals angered by Educate Together build at unsociable hours

Public Meeting about Glenalbyn Swimming Pool

Minister Shane Ross, T.D. and Councillor Deirdre Donnelly will hold a public meeting about the future of Glenalbyn Swimming Pool.

30km speed limits are now in effect

THE new 30km speed limits in residential areas commenced in Dun Laoghaire Rathdown this week. The council’s Special Speed Limit Bye Laws were amended to...