Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Shels magical McEvoy fires Irish 19s through

Shelbourne’s Alannah McEvoy scored a hat-trick as the Republic of Ireland Under-19s qualified for the elite phase of European Championships qualifying with a game to spare in the Netherlands.

Super walk to take place in Phoenix Park this weekend for Guide Dogs

Calling all dog owners and lovers – an exciting fundraising walk for the Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind will take place...

Luas worst for microbes and bacteria levels according to report

A shocking new public health and safety issue has come to light, with the news that faecal matter, skin bacteria and yeast...

End of a Swords era with the loss of JC Savage’s supermarket

Dunnes Stores is proposing a takeover of JC Savage’s supermarket in Swords, which will herald the end of Ireland’s largest independent retailer.

Irish Water set to begin €88m drainage scheme in Blanchardstown

Irish Water is set to begin work on the long-awaited Blanchardstown Regional Drainage Scheme to upgrade the wastewater network and provide flood...

Are you a Stranger Things fan? Check out this Eggo-inspired feast

After a year and a half off our screens Stranger Things returns to Netflix this Thursday, and one Dublin restaurant has teamed...

Lucan site chosen for Heritage Council’s ‘Adopt a Monument’ programme

The Heritage Council has announced seven heritage sites from around the country to be part of this year’s prestigious ‘Adopt a Monument’...

Blue Skies ahead for local children following support from community

Blue Skies Initiative is an area-based childhood programme in Clondalkin which supports the local community. They recently launched a...

Dublin Simon Community announced as official charity partner of LEON

A new restaurant that recently opened it’s doors in Temple Bar have announced Dublin Simon Community as their official charity partner.

Tusla showcases services with local support week in West Dublin

Tusla National Child and Family Support Week, which celebrates support services available to parents, children and young people, took place last week...