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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teachers had to intervene when father started hitting son court heard

Teachers had to intervene when father started hitting son, court heard

By Fiona Ferguson Teachers had to intervene between an 11-year-old child and his father when the man started hitting the boy after he was called to the school, a court has heard. CCTV of the incident in which the teachers intervened as the father punched…

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councillor dismay at sdcc window and door replacement programme

Councillor dismay at SDCC window and door replacement programme

Sinn Féin councillor for Palmerstown Derren Ó Brádaigh has expressed concern following replies he received from South Dublin County Council relating to the window and door replacement programme to existing council housing stock. Councillor Ó Brádaigh said: “Recently I had a question regarding progress on…

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constance markievicz remembered in sandyford on 105th anniversary of the rising

Constance Markievicz remembered in Sandyford on 105th Anniversary of the Rising

Dublin Rathdown Sinn Féin representative Shaun Tracey laid a wreath at the Constance Markievicz monument in Sandyford on Saturday to mark the 105th anniversary of the 1916 Rising. Mr Tracey was joined by Dundrum Sinn Féin rep Sorcha Nic Cormaic and Stillorgan Sinn Féin representative Gráinne…

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southside td calls on sinn fein to face up to its past

Southside TD calls on Sinn Fein to ‘face up to its past’

Dún Laoghaire TD Jennifer Carroll MacNeill has said it is time for Sinn Féin ‘to face up to its past.’ The Fine Gael Deputy also blasted Mary Lou McDonald as she called on her to ‘lead from the front.’ “With her recent remarks in relation…

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38 jobs for for new dealz at carrickmines

38 jobs for for new Dealz at Carrickmines

Leading discount retailer, Dealz, will create 38 new jobs with the opening its new store in Carrickmines Park in South Dublin. Although opening this week, in line with government guidance, Dealz is urging shoppers only to visit for essential supplies. LOCAL NOTES – Check out…

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UCD in a Whelan wonderland after derby success

By Dave Donnelly LOI FIRST DIVISION: Colm Whelan was the star as UCD won the South Dublin bragging rights with a comprehensive 4-1 victory over Cabinteely at the UCD Bowl. The first South Dublin derby was a foregone conclusion by half-time as the Students ran into…

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