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And the nominees for Tallaght Person of the Year are...

By Aideen O'Flaherty

OVER 160 people have been nominated for this year’s Tallaght Person of the Year Awards.

The volunteer-led event, which is the highlight of Tallaght’s social calendar, will see members of the community receive recognition for their role in making a

yesterday 16:28
Firefighters raise €4,758 for LauraLynn children’s hospice

By Eoghan Gardiner

After organising a charity cycle from Tallaght to Kilkenny back in September, as well as bucket collections in The Square and Dundrum Town Centre, firefighters from Tallaght Fire Station raised €4,758.42 in aid of LauraLynn, a service which provides hospice

yesterday 15:19
Luas ‘near misses’ with pedestrians on the rise

By Mary Dennehy

WHILE Luas has recorded fewer incidents with motorists this year than in 2017, near misses with pedestrians are on the rise.

According to figures provided by Luas operator Transdev, there has been 223 emergency brake applications so far this year in relation to

2018-11-09 18:02
St Maelruan’s FC 50th anniversary

By Hayden Moore

THE EVERGREEN St Maelruan’s Football Club are celebrating half a century of successes on Saturday night with their 50th Anniversary celebrations in The Louis Fitzgerald Hotel, reports Hayden Moore.

When the club was first established in 1968, they went under

2018-11-09 18:02
Trustus opens new charity shop in village

By Mary Dennehy

TRUSTUS We Care has opened a new charity shop in Tallaght Village, which will raise funds for older people services and supports across local communities, reports Mary Dennehy.

Established in 1969 as the Tallaght Welfare Society, Trustus continues to work to improve

2018-11-09 18:02
Man used stolen debit card to carry out a number of ‘tap’ transactions in shops

A MAN who used a stolen debit card to carry out a number of "tap" transactions in various shops in Tallaght totalling over €260 received the Probation Act in Tallaght Court when he paid €300 compensation to the injured party.

Florian Muntean, aged 42, with an address at Swan Hall,

2018-11-09 16:48
Tallaght Person of the Year Awards

By Aideen O'Flaherty

OVER 160 people have been nominated for this year’s Tallaght Person of the Year Awards.

The glittering event, which is the highlight of Tallaght’s social calendar, will see members of the community receive recognition for their role in making a

2018-11-07 19:07
This week The Echo put a number of questions to South Dublin County Council about MacUilliam and the concerns of residents

IN ITS reply to The Echo, the council confirmed that it is working on a new countywide Anti-Social Behaviour strategy, which is currently being drafted and under consideration by elected members for approval.

Once approved, the policy will be published on the council’s website and

2018-11-07 17:01
Sensory trail at horse project to become reality after €25k raised

By Mary Dennehy

THE Dublin Marathon has solidified the creation of a sensory trail at the Fettercairn Youth and Community Centre, after the fundraising efforts of three runners brought the campaign fund to more than €25k, reports Mary Dennehy.

For the past three years the

2018-11-06 16:52
Saoirse Women’s Refuge to stage 16-hour sleep out

By Mary Dennehy

SAOIRSE Women’s Refuge, which could not accommodate 190 families seeking shelter in 2017, is building awareness on the number of mothers and children who end up in homeless hubs after fleeing their homes from domestic violence.

Based in Tallaght, Saoirse is

2018-11-05 15:40
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And the nominees for Tallaght Person of the Year are...

By Aideen O'Flaherty

OVER 160 people have been nominated for this year’s Tallaght Person of the Year Awards.

The volunteer-led event, which is the highlight of Tallaght’s social calendar, will see members of the community receive recognition for their role in making a

yesterday 16:28
Firefighters raise €4,758 for LauraLynn children’s hospice

By Eoghan Gardiner

After organising a charity cycle from Tallaght to Kilkenny back in September, as well as bucket collections in The Square and Dundrum Town Centre, firefighters from Tallaght Fire Station raised €4,758.42 in aid of LauraLynn, a service which provides hospice

yesterday 15:19
Luas ‘near misses’ with pedestrians on the rise

By Mary Dennehy

WHILE Luas has recorded fewer incidents with motorists this year than in 2017, near misses with pedestrians are on the rise.

According to figures provided by Luas operator Transdev, there has been 223 emergency brake applications so far this year in relation to

2018-11-09 18:02
St Maelruan’s FC 50th anniversary

By Hayden Moore

THE EVERGREEN St Maelruan’s Football Club are celebrating half a century of successes on Saturday night with their 50th Anniversary celebrations in The Louis Fitzgerald Hotel, reports Hayden Moore.

When the club was first established in 1968, they went under

2018-11-09 18:02
Trustus opens new charity shop in village

By Mary Dennehy

TRUSTUS We Care has opened a new charity shop in Tallaght Village, which will raise funds for older people services and supports across local communities, reports Mary Dennehy.

Established in 1969 as the Tallaght Welfare Society, Trustus continues to work to improve

2018-11-09 18:02
Man used stolen debit card to carry out a number of ‘tap’ transactions in shops

A MAN who used a stolen debit card to carry out a number of "tap" transactions in various shops in Tallaght totalling over €260 received the Probation Act in Tallaght Court when he paid €300 compensation to the injured party.

Florian Muntean, aged 42, with an address at Swan Hall,

2018-11-09 16:48
Tallaght Person of the Year Awards

By Aideen O'Flaherty

OVER 160 people have been nominated for this year’s Tallaght Person of the Year Awards.

The glittering event, which is the highlight of Tallaght’s social calendar, will see members of the community receive recognition for their role in making a

2018-11-07 19:07
This week The Echo put a number of questions to South Dublin County Council about MacUilliam and the concerns of residents

IN ITS reply to The Echo, the council confirmed that it is working on a new countywide Anti-Social Behaviour strategy, which is currently being drafted and under consideration by elected members for approval.

Once approved, the policy will be published on the council’s website and

2018-11-07 17:01
Sensory trail at horse project to become reality after €25k raised

By Mary Dennehy

THE Dublin Marathon has solidified the creation of a sensory trail at the Fettercairn Youth and Community Centre, after the fundraising efforts of three runners brought the campaign fund to more than €25k, reports Mary Dennehy.

For the past three years the

2018-11-06 16:52
Saoirse Women’s Refuge to stage 16-hour sleep out

By Mary Dennehy

SAOIRSE Women’s Refuge, which could not accommodate 190 families seeking shelter in 2017, is building awareness on the number of mothers and children who end up in homeless hubs after fleeing their homes from domestic violence.

Based in Tallaght, Saoirse is

2018-11-05 15:40
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