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<aSandyford Town Advancement examination

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<aFire closes dining establishment before it can open

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use sandyford central bank land for universal public housing say activists

‘Use Sandyford Central Bank land For Universal Public Housing’ say activists

Éirígí activists yesterday unveiled a banner outside of the Central Bank facility in Sandyford calling for the site to be used for the construction of Universal Public Housing.  The group say the display was organised in response to recent media reports suggesting that either part,…

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former special needs assistant avoids jail for selling cocaine as part of a party lifestyle

Former special needs assistant avoids jail for selling cocaine as part of a ‘party lifestyle’

By Brion Hoban & Stephen Bourke A former special needs assistant who sold cocaine as part of a “party lifestyle” has received a fully suspended sentence. Kenneth Lynch (32) was caught in possession of more than €4,000 of cocaine and €10,000 in cash in the…

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former christian brother jailed for sexual abuse of four boys in the 1970s

Former Christian Brother jailed for sexual abuse of four boys in the 1970s

By Stephen Bourke A former Christian Brother who, in the early 1970s, took young boys to the head of his class to put his hands down their trousers and sexually assault them, has been jailed for three years. Jack Manning (85), who left the order…

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court appearance in relation to death of a man in markievicz house dublin 2

Court appearance in relation to death of a man in Markievicz House, Dublin 2

Gardaí in Pearse Street investigating the death of a man in his 50s that occurred on March 29, 2021 at Markievicz House, Townsend Street, have charged a woman in relation to the incident. The woman, in her 30s, was arrested this afternoon following directions received…

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pensioner acquitted of possession of cannabis for sale or supply after plants grow too big

Pensioner acquitted of possession of cannabis for sale or supply after plants grow too big

By Stephen Bourke A legally blind Dublin pensioner who did not expect her cannabis plants to grow as large as they did has been acquitted of possessing close to a third of a kilogram of the drug for sale or supply. Evelyn Corrigan (68) of…

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the digital hub hosts urban tree nursery first in pocket forest partnership

The Digital Hub hosts urban tree nursery first in Pocket Forest partnership

The Digital Hub, in partnership with Pocket Forests, has installed the Pocket Forests Tree Hub in their Dublin 8 campus. The Tree Hub is Ireland’s first native tree nursery in a city centre location. The nursery, which will see the planting of native Irish trees…

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unroar poetry in a time of ecological crisis

Unroar – Poetry in a time of ecological crisis

Red Line Book Festival has appointed the award winning poet and biologist Jane Robinson as this year’s Writer in Residence. As part of her residency, Robinson will lead an eight week course – free and open to the public to apply – titled Unroar –…

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dlr launch public consultation on sandyford village improvements

dlr launch public consultation on Sandyford Village improvements

Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council say they are developing a vision for Sandyford Village which ‘exploits its full potential and delivers a safe, beautiful, and living village for residents, businesses, and visitors.’ They also say ‘a number of challenges’ in relation to accessibility and pedestrian mobility…

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