odwyer welcomes e1 4 million for cycling but calls on sdcc to make greenways more accessible

O’Dwyer welcomes €1.4 million for cycling but calls on SDCC to make greenways more accessible

The Labour Party’s Chris O’Dwyer says he welcomes the announcement of €1.4 million from Minister Eamon Ryan and the Department of Transport but is calling on South Dublin County Council to use this money to make greenways more accessible to cyclists, families and those with…

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Easily Turn Your Youtube Channel into a Website

Do you have a Youtube Channel? Imagine if you could turn it into a Google ranking Video website? Did you know that you could even do that? Well the direct answer is YES and a Dublin based small Digital marketing…

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d2d race dun laoghaire to dingle bi annual race run by the national yacht club

D2D race Dun Laoghaire to Dingle bi annual race run by the National Yacht club

This was the very first large cruising event in Ireland this year as well as the beginning date chosen– June 9th ended up being extremely arbitrary, as it came just two days after new Covid19 guideline permitted such an occasion. Though limited to boats only…

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ucd students union calls on government to disregard students pup income when applying for susi grants

UCD Students Union calls on government to disregard students’ PUP income when applying for SUSI grants

UCD Students’ Union say they wrote to Minister Simon Harris on June 15 to request that the Pandemic Unemployment Payment is removed from income eligibility requirements for the SUSI grant this year.  Ruairí Power, President, UCD Students’ Union said; “The Pandemic Unemployment Payment will form part…

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dublin bay south bye election

Dublin Bay South Bye-Election

Following the moving of the writ in Dáil Éireann, Minister Darragh O’Brien has made an order today appointing Thursday, 8 July as the polling day for the Dublin Bay South bye-election. Polling will take place between the hours of 7.00 a.m. and 10.30 p.m. To…

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cruinniu na nog 2021 festival a nationwide success

Cruinniú na nóg 2021 Festival a nationwide success

People came from near and far to celebrate the children’s festival, Cruinniú na nÓg, which was held countrywide and featured art and performance collaboration with the nation’s young people and also included Ireland’s first Pixel Can Art , a recycling awareness campaign which spreads the…

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call for additional gardai to tackle drug dealing problem in corkagh park

Call for additional Gardai to tackle drug dealing problem in Corkagh Park

Sinn Fein’s Cllr William Carey says he is calling on the Minister for Justice to provide additional resources to combat open drug dealing in Corkagh Park. Cllr Carey was speaking ahead of today’s area committee meeting where he put a motion down to discuss the…

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minister announces new building for stepaside educate together secondary school

Minister announces new building for Stepaside Educate Together Secondary School

Minister and Dublin Rathdown TD, Josepha Madigan, has announced that the tender process has begun for a brand-new building for Stepaside Educate Together Secondary School. The school, which is located on the Ballyogan Road, Leopardstown, will get a new, stand-alone, 1000 student school building with…

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call for south dublin county council to turn around vacant council homes

Call for South Dublin County Council to turn around vacant Council homes

Chris O’Dwyer, the Local Area Representative for the Labour Party in Clondalkin-Rathcoole is calling on South Dublin County Council to turn around vacant Council houses.  O’Dwyer, who has previously worked with homeless families, says he is calling on SDCC to ‘pick up the pace at…

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sod turned on irelands first publicly owned not for profit energy company

Sod turned on Ireland’s first publicly owned, not-for-profit energy company

Ground has been broken on South Dublin County Council’s (SDCC) Tallaght District Heating Network at TU Dublin in Tallaght. Trading as Heatworks, Ireland’s first publicly owned, not-for-profit energy company, will provide low carbon heat to local community buildings. Heatworks will begin supplying heat in early…

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