fierceness at donabate cooperative credit union closure

Fierceness at Donabate Cooperative credit union closure

Residents of Donabate are furious with the decision to shut the neighborhood cooperative credit union office from July this year. Declared earlier this month by the Board of Supervisors at Progressive Cooperative Credit Union, Corina Johnston, a neighborhood mother of 2 stated the decision is…

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clunys transition years impress the enterprise globe

Cluny’s Transition Years “impress” the Enterprise Globe

The Cluny women won 3 honors in the Dun Laoghaire Rathdown Student Venture Region Final and also one team gotten approved for the National Finals of the Trainee Enterprise Competitors. “Dazzle” mini business, Katie Waters, Evie Miller, Nicole Ryan, from St Joseph of Cluny will…

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10 year old struck by vehicle as homeowners renew ask for pedestrian going across

10-year-old struck by vehicle as homeowners renew ask for pedestrian going across

Residents from a South Dublin estate have actually restored require a pedestrian going across as well as a footpath to be positioned in the area following an accident at the weekend, writes Amy Rohu. Grange Hillside Estate in Rathfarnham, defined by residents as ‘a traffic…

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Invert Robotics to set up HQ in Dublin

Another innovative tech company to set up their headquarters in Dublin. Invert Robotics, which develops inspection robots is to use their recent financial backing to relocate. A sum of €3.5m was raised and the New Zealand based organisation will use it to further its growth…

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community devastated over player wills development approval

Community ‘devastated’ over Player Wills development approval

An Bord Pleanala’s decision to give the go ahead to the proposed co-living development at the old Player Wills building in Dublin 8, has been described as “devastating,” by local residents. The project, which is being proposed by US-based property developers Hines, will see the…

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south dublin county council launches 2021 2015 pollinator action plan

South Dublin County Council launches 2021-2015 Pollinator Action Plan

South Dublin County Council has announced the launch of its Pollinator Action Plan 2021-2025.  The Pollinator Action Plan is based on the All-Ireland Pollinator Plan and “it sets out a broad range of actions that South Dublin County Council has committed to over the next…

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disappointment at decision to dissolve digital hub

Disappointment at decision to dissolve Digital Hub

The Digital Hub Development Agency (DHDA) has expressed disappointment over the decision of the Government to dissolve the Agency. The decision has come following a recommendation by the Minister for Environment, Climate & Communications. Since its establishment in 2003, The Digital Hub has helped contribute…

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rnli launches mayday for funds as figures show dublin lifeboat crews rescued 163 people last year

RNLI launches Mayday for funds as figures show Dublin lifeboat crews rescued 163 people last year

The RNLI is launching its Mayday Mile fundraiser as the charity’s rescue figures for 2020 show that volunteer lifeboat crews at its lifeboat stations in Dublin launched 145 times and brought 163 people to safety. The RNLI operates three lifeboat stations in the county at…

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eoghan murphy resigns seat as td for dublin bay south

Eoghan Murphy resigns seat as TD for Dublin Bay South

Eoghan Murphy has resigned his seat as Teachta Dála for Dublin Bay South. The former Fine Gael TD, who has served in the Dáil since 2011 as a TD, Minister of State and as a Cabinet Minister, wrote to the Ceann Comhairle of the Dáil…

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lda publishes masterplan for dundrum central project

LDA publishes masterplan for Dundrum Central Project

The Land Development Agency (LDA) has today published a Draft Masterplan for the development of 1,259 homes, extensive community infrastructure and substantial publicly accessible green spaces on the Central Mental Hospital site in Dundrum.  While the tenure mix is yet to be confirmed by Government…

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