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St Patrick’s Day parade will be bigger and better

By Mary Dennehy

THE time has come to paint Tallaght green as more than 500 participants prepare to take part in the community parade this St Patrick’s Day.

Starting at 1.30pm, the parade route will be the same as last year, and will leave TU Dublin – Tallaght campus (IT

2019-03-15 18:40
Dodder Action: Volunteers needed to help 're-wild' Whitestown Stream

By Mary Dennehy

DODDER Action volunteers continued with their efforts to ‘re-wild’ the Whitestown Stream last Saturday, cleaning the water and its banks for healthy wildlife and young people to inherit.

In recent weeks, a team of volunteers has focused on the Whitestown

2019-03-15 18:40
Teenager pleads guilty to repeatedly slamming door into girl's head
18-year-old David Lynch has pleaded guilty at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court.
2019-03-15 07:55
Awards celebrate proud young people

By Mary Dennehy

LAST Thursday Tallaght Stadium was brimming with positivity, inspiration and hope for the future as young people gathered for the inaugural Garda Youth Awards - DMR South.

Initiated in West Cork in 1995, the awards are celebrated throughout the country but this

2019-03-14 18:31
Parade to rekindle spirit and community camaraderie

By Mary Dennehy

THE countdown to the St Patrick’s Day parade in Tallaght has started – with just over a week to go until more than 500 participants proudly march through the village.

Revived in 2018 after a decade-long break, the event hopes to rekindle the spirit and community

2019-03-12 19:16
Second largest bridge club celebrates 40th anniversary

By Aideen O'Flaherty 

THE SECOND largest bridge club in the country celebrated its 40th anniversary on Saturday in the Maldron Hotel in Tallaght, with a game of bridge followed by dinner and entertainment.

St Jude’s Bridge Club, which is based in Templeogue, has over 320

2019-03-11 19:07
Parade to rekindle spirit and community comradery

By Mary Dennehy

THE countdown to the St Patrick’s Day parade in Tallaght has started – with just over a week to go until more than 500 participants proudly march through the village.

Revived in 2018 after a decade-long break, the event hopes to rekindle the spirit and community

2019-03-11 15:58
Daily News
St Patrick’s Day parade will be bigger and better

By Mary Dennehy

THE time has come to paint Tallaght green as more than 500 participants prepare to take part in the community parade this St Patrick’s Day.

Starting at 1.30pm, the parade route will be the same as last year, and will leave TU Dublin – Tallaght campus (IT

2019-03-15 18:40
Dodder Action: Volunteers needed to help 're-wild' Whitestown Stream

By Mary Dennehy

DODDER Action volunteers continued with their efforts to ‘re-wild’ the Whitestown Stream last Saturday, cleaning the water and its banks for healthy wildlife and young people to inherit.

In recent weeks, a team of volunteers has focused on the Whitestown

2019-03-15 18:40
Teenager pleads guilty to repeatedly slamming door into girl's head
18-year-old David Lynch has pleaded guilty at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court.
2019-03-15 07:55
Awards celebrate proud young people

By Mary Dennehy

LAST Thursday Tallaght Stadium was brimming with positivity, inspiration and hope for the future as young people gathered for the inaugural Garda Youth Awards - DMR South.

Initiated in West Cork in 1995, the awards are celebrated throughout the country but this

2019-03-14 18:31
Parade to rekindle spirit and community camaraderie

By Mary Dennehy

THE countdown to the St Patrick’s Day parade in Tallaght has started – with just over a week to go until more than 500 participants proudly march through the village.

Revived in 2018 after a decade-long break, the event hopes to rekindle the spirit and community

2019-03-12 19:16
Second largest bridge club celebrates 40th anniversary

By Aideen O'Flaherty 

THE SECOND largest bridge club in the country celebrated its 40th anniversary on Saturday in the Maldron Hotel in Tallaght, with a game of bridge followed by dinner and entertainment.

St Jude’s Bridge Club, which is based in Templeogue, has over 320

2019-03-11 19:07
Parade to rekindle spirit and community comradery

By Mary Dennehy

THE countdown to the St Patrick’s Day parade in Tallaght has started – with just over a week to go until more than 500 participants proudly march through the village.

Revived in 2018 after a decade-long break, the event hopes to rekindle the spirit and community

2019-03-11 15:58
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