have your say on outdoor dining

Have Your Say On Outdoor Dining

Dublin City Council has received requests from local businesses and the Sandymount and Merrion Residents Association to consider closing one side of Sandymount Green to facilitate outdoor dining this summer  DCC are asking local residents to make their views on this proposal known before they…

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musician sought for canvas project

Musician sought for Canvas Project

Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown Area Council is participating in the Dublin Canvas project again this year Applications are open currently for musicians to get included this summertime. The job takes previously grey traffic boxes and turns them right into art pieces. Submissions are presently being looked for…

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abp gives approval to seven block apartment complex in carrickmines

ABP gives approval to seven-block apartment complex in Carrickmines

An Bord Pleanála has given approval for the construction of a seven-block apartment complex at Golf Lane, Carrickmines. The proposal, submitted by Bowbeck DAC, consists of 482 apartments and an apartment block that will reach 22-storeys in height. The plans were submitted as a Strategic…

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roger sash sculpture unveiled

Roger Sash Sculpture Unveiled

The Roger Sash Statuary that will certainly be sited at the end of the brand-new jetty at the Dún Laoghaire Baths task was formally revealed today by An Cathaoirleach, Úna Power. The sculpture was appointed by Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown Area Council as well as memorializes Casement…

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panthers on the prowl for new ability

Panthers on the prowl for new ability

THE South Dublin Panthers American Football Academy, for boys and also women born in 2003, 2004, 2005 and also 2006, resumes training today in Tymon Park adhering to the easing of Covid-19 restrictions. The Panthers, one of Ireland’s leading Football clubs, are looking for to…

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geoghegan secures nominations from all 12 fine gael branches in dublin bay south

Geoghegan secures nominations from all 12 Fine Gael branches in Dublin Bay South

James Geoghegan officially became a Fine Gael nominee yesterday after members from each of the 12 branches within the local Dublin Bay South organisation nominated him to be their by-election candidate. Nominations close at 12 noon Monday 10th of May, and 400 local members will…

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monkstown daddy residence after life altering accident

Monkstown Daddy Residence After Life-altering Accident

By Amy Rohu A Dublin male who experienced a brain injury in 2014 is ultimately returning residence after more than a year in medical facility. Dad-of-two Des Vallely from Monkstown was riding his electric bike in Dublin City last January when he was associated with…

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history making group in shock after world communicates silver

History-making group in shock after world communicates silver

DONORE Harriers’ Aoife Lynch, Dundrum South Dublin AC’s Kate Doherty and Raheny Shamrock’s Sophie Becker– along with St Colman’s Sarah Quinn– resisted the chances to land Ireland’s very first platform surface at the IAAF Globe Relays in Poland. They generated an ultra-smooth efficiency when it…

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dun laoghaire rathdown supports the arts

Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown supports the arts

DLR First Frames System aims to open the door to brand-new and emerging Irish film skills. Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council’s purpose in advertising this chance is to sustain emerging filmmakers to make vibrant and also engaging movies and to increase understanding of the variety as…

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deferred sentence for man who prevented money laundering

Deferred sentence for man who prevented money laundering

By Brion Hoban A man prevented over €18,000 from being laundered after it was transferred into his account following a fraudulent email correspondence, a court has heard. Alexander Cribbin (21) gave his bank details to a friend, but realised things were not “legitimate” when the…

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