Youngster Create Exterior Hangout Spaces!

Youngsters from Ballyogan have been hectic developing brand-new outside hangout areas on their own and their close friends over the summer months. In spite of being in the center of a pandemic the team decided with Rosi Leonard, Youth Creative Involvement Worker, to develop a…

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learner driver goes on trial accused of causing serious injuries to a cyclist

Learner driver goes on trial accused of causing serious injuries to a cyclist

A woman has gone on trial accused of causing serious injuries to a cyclist while driving unaccompanied as a learner driver. Paulina Galantkiewicz (34) with an address of Belmount Park, Raheny, has pleaded not guilty at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court to dangerous driving causing serious…

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man arrested and 16 bicycles seized in crumlin yesterday

Man arrested and 16 bicycles seized in Crumlin yesterday

Gardaí in Crumlin arrested one man (50s) and seized a total of 16 pedal cycles as part of Operation Soteria yesterday, Tuesday, September 21 at 5.30p.m. In a statement, a Garda spokesperson said: “The operation involved a planned arrangement to meet a seller of a…

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td calls on colleagues to stand up for communities against scourge of scrambler bikes

TD calls on colleagues to ‘stand up for communities against scourge of scrambler bikes’

Sinn Féin TD for Dublin Mid West, Mark Ward, says he has urged the government to stand up for community safety and take action against the scourge of scramblers and quad bikes. Deputy Ward was speaking ahead of Sinn Féin legislation set to be debated…

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Culture Evening in Dun Laoghaire

As part of Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown Region Council’s Arts Workplace’s offering for Culture Evening this year, there was 3 outdoor socially-distanced concerts by locally-connected performers in Moran Park. Including a diverse family-friendly program of Irish folk-pop as well as trad, funny, poetry, hip-hop, jazz, South American…

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the dubliner who attempted to assassinate mussolini

The Dubliner who attempted to assassinate Mussolini

In 1926, Dublin woman Violet Gibson pushed her way through a fascist mob and shot Italian dictator Benito Mussolini at point-blank range. Il Duce’s only injury was to his nose and his ego, but the woman who shot him was about to be written out…

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community protests plans to demolish local playing pitches

Community protests plans to demolish local playing pitches

The playing pitches at Clonkeen College at Blackrock are in danger of being lost after a private development firm applied for permission to develop a large apartment complex on the land. The playing pitches were the subject of controversy in 2018 when the Christian Brothers…

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gardai seeking whereabouts of bridget reilly 24 last seen in clondalkin

Gardaí seeking whereabouts of Bridget Reilly, 24, last seen in Clondalkin

Gardaí are seeking assistance from the public in tracing the whereabouts of 24-year-old Bridget Reilly. Bridget was last seen on the Old Nangor Road in Clondalkin, Co.Dublin on Monday, 20th September 2021. Bridget is described as approximately 5ft 5” in height and of slim build…

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ballyogan youths build their own hangout space over summer months

Ballyogan youths build their own hangout space over summer months

Young people from Ballyogan unveiled their new DIY hangout space after creating and designing a structure over the summer months. “Despite being in the middle of a pandemic the young people decided with Rosi Leonard, Youth Creative Engagement Worker, to create a positive, colourful structure…

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esb must address power supply concerns in clondalkin cllr carey says

ESB must address power supply concerns in Clondalkin, cllr Carey says

Sinn Fein councillor for Clondalkin William Carey has expressed his concern about the ability of the ESB to maintain a continuous power supply as the autumn and winter months approach. Earlier this year there were several major outages in the Clondalkin area, which Carey says…

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