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Oral hearing into Clonburris development to be held by ABP

By Aideen O’Flaherty

AN ORAL hearing into the Clonburris SDZ will be held by An Bord Pleanála this week, with the hearing beginning on Tuesday, January 22, reports Aideen O’Flaherty.

Last June, councillors in South Dublin County Council voted by 24 to 9 to approve plans for

2019-01-21 18:34
Walking the hills in the wonderland of Wicklow

By Maurice Garvey

CLONDALKIN Hillwalking group kicks off their year with a walk in Wicklow this Sunday, January 20.

The group has been walking hills around the country and abroad since 1991, and contains members from Clondalkin, Tallaght and Lucan.

 Members of

2019-01-18 19:11
People delighted to participate and start off year at Nationwide Walks

By William O'Connor

CORKAGH Park played host to the first leg of the Nationwide Operation Transformation walks last Saturday.

Appoximately 300 people of all ages took part in the walk which took in a 5km loop of this wonderful scenic park.

People participating at the

2019-01-18 18:07
Residents are angry as boarded up home is hotspot for illegal dumping

By Maurice Garvey

RESIDENTS are kicking up stink about a boarded up house in a Clondalkin estate, which has become a hotspot for illegal dumping.

The property in Melrose has attracted all sorts of junkyard waste, dumped in the front garden and side passage of the

2019-01-16 16:46
Elderly housing scheme reduced from 99 to 85 units

By Maurice Garvey 

A proposed elderly housing scheme on a parcel of land at the Clondalkin Paper Mills Pitch and Putt Club – indicate a number of design changes including the reduction of units from 99 to 85.

Back in 2016, The Echo first reported how financial difficulties

2019-01-15 18:43
Daily News
Poll: Would you like an Irish unity referendum in the event of a no-deal Brexit?
McDonald has reiterated her call for an Irish unity referendum following her phone conversation with May yesterday.
2019-01-19 14:19
Poll: Should the government put an end to live exports?
It has been argued that live export is a “pitiless trade” that harms animals.
2019-01-15 10:34
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