Irish News

Dublin People

Teenager (15) missing from Balbriggan

Ryan McGuinness

Ryan McGuinness

Gardaí in Swords are seeking assistance from the public in locating Ryan McGuinness (15) , who is missing from Balbriggan since Wednesday, January 15.

Ryan was last seen that morning in Donabate. He is approximatley 5' 8" in ...

yesterday 21:04 open_in_new
HAPPENINGS:

Holiday World Show

Holiday World Show

Dublin Chinese New Year

The Chinese Year of the Rat is here and the Dublin Chinese New Year Festival will run from Friday, January 24 to Monday, February 10. Highlights include the Spring Festival Fair on Saturday and Sunday, January ...

yesterday 18:58 open_in_new
Man beat ex-partner unconscious in her Clontarf apartment

Isabel Hayes

A man who beat his ex-partner unconscious, leaving her lying face down in a pool of blood, has been jailed for three years.

Florin Ciurariu (31) was in breach of a safety order when he violently assaulted his former girlfriend, Anete Senere, at her ...

yesterday 16:52 open_in_new
Missing teen (16) last seen in Pavilions Shopping Centre

Christine Greene

Christine Greene

Gardaí in Lucan are seeking the public’s assistance in tracing 16-year-old Christine Greene, who was last seen in in the Pavilions Shopping Centre, Swords, on Saturday, January 11.

Christine is described as being 5’ 5” ...

yesterday 14:46 open_in_new
TD’s concerns over Northside community policing numbers

Call for increase in Community Gardaí. FILE PHOTO

Call for increase in Community Gardaí. FILE PHOTO

A LOCAL TD has called on the Minister for Justice and Equality and the Garda Commissioner to increase the number of Community Gardaí on the Northside.

Deputy ...

yesterday 13:43 open_in_new
Thousands of cars clamped at Luas stop

Some 2,927 drivers were clamped

Some 2,927 drivers were clamped

THERE have been calls for an investigation following the clamping of thousands of cars at the Luas Red Cow Park & Ride.

Deputy John Curran (FF) called on Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) to carry out an ...

yesterday 08:28 open_in_new
Local charity shops stuck with poor-quality donations in 2019

Many items are not able to be sold in store as they are either unwearable or broken.

Many items are not able to be sold in store as they are either unwearable or broken.

Sonja Tutty

THE operators of a number of Northside charity shops have revealed that they received more ...

yesterday 08:28 open_in_new
Southside students win big at Young Scientist exhibition

Ruth Murphy, Legal Director, BT presents the Technology Junior Group second place award to Joe O’Grady, Justin Ikwu and Toby Burns of Gonzaga College.

Ruth Murphy, Legal Director, BT presents the Technology Junior Group second place award to Joe O’Grady, Justin Ikwu and Toby Burns of ...

2020-01-20 20:49 open_in_new
Concerns raised over air quality affected by cars on the school run

Testing by the Green Party has shown an increase in pollution caused by car fumes outside schools. FILE PHOTO

Testing by the Green Party has shown an increase in pollution caused by car fumes outside schools. FILE PHOTO

THE Green Party has called on the Minister for Transport to ...

2020-01-20 15:34 open_in_new
Christy Moore to attend Stardust vigil for 39th anniversary

The aftermath of the Stardust fire in 1981

The aftermath of the Stardust fire in 1981

Singer Christy Moore will attend a vigil to commemorate the 39th anniversary of the Stardust nightclub tragedy on Thursday, February 13.

Moore has been a longstanding supporter of the Stardust ...

2020-01-20 12:25 open_in_new
Dalymount project moves to next stage

A concept of the preferred option for the new Dalymount Park stadium.

A concept of the preferred option for the new Dalymount Park stadium.

DUBLIN City Council says it is aiming to have the redeveloped Dalymount Stadium in Phibsborough ready for the start of the 2024 ...

2020-01-20 10:19 open_in_new
COMMENT: Ask your candidates where they stand on LPT

LPT has been criticised for being disproportionately unfair on Dubliners. FILE PHOTO: DARREN KINSELLA

LPT has been criticised for being disproportionately unfair on Dubliners. FILE PHOTO: DARREN KINSELLA

WHEN candidates come knocking on your door in the run up to the general election ...

2020-01-20 10:19 open_in_new
Council to fund School Cycle Parking scheme

DUN Laoghaire Rathdown County Council has announced that funding is being made available to provide cycle parking to primary schools in the county.

Schools are required to apply to the council and outline what they are doing to promote cycling to pupils in their school.

A review will ...

2020-01-19 20:40 open_in_new
Minister Madigan welcomes funding awarded to DSPCA

FUNDING of €485,000 has been awarded to the Dublin Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (DSPCA) in Rathfarnham, Minister Josepha Madigan has confirmed.

Minister Madigan said her colleague, Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Michael Creed, had revealed that ...

2020-01-19 18:34 open_in_new
Opportunity to train with sports stars 

Pictured at the launch were (from l-r): Greg O’Shea, Nikki Evans, Chloe Watkins, Elena Tice and Kellie Harrington. PHOTO: CONOR McCABE PHOTOGRAPHY

Pictured at the launch were (from l-r): Greg O’Shea, Nikki Evans, Chloe Watkins, Elena Tice and Kellie Harrington. PHOTO: CONOR McCABE ...

2020-01-19 15:25 open_in_new
Funding boost for community groups

Minister for Rural and Community Development Michael Ring

Minister for Rural and Community Development Michael Ring

OVER 2,000 projects, including a large number from the Northside, are to receive Government funding. 

Minister for Rural and Community Development Michael ...

2020-01-19 11:13 open_in_new
Old appliances recycled for a good cause

Amanda Browning, managing director of Kitchens4u.ie pictured presenting the cheque for €700 to Kiera Gill on behalf of A Helping Hand, Coolock.

Amanda Browning, managing director of Kitchens4u.ie pictured presenting the cheque for €700 to Kiera Gill on behalf of A Helping Hand, ...

2020-01-18 20:31 open_in_new
Classic concert to mark 50 years of Montessori Society

St Nicholas Montessori Society of Ireland have announced a concert date re-welcoming flagship acappella vocal ensemble Anúna to the beautiful surrounds of Christ Church Dun Laoghaire on Saturday, February 8.

Having released 17 albums since their formation in 1987, Anúna have ...

2020-01-18 18:25 open_in_new
Malahide GOAL Mile a success

The Malahide GOAL Mile was a big success.

The Malahide GOAL Mile was a big success.

OVER 250 participants attended the GOAL Mile in Malahide on Christmas morning and raised €4,000 to support the valuable work carried out by the charity.

Dublin Fingal TD Alan Farrell (FG) ...

2020-01-18 15:16 open_in_new
Minister visits Finglas school to announce funding for books

The Minister for Education and Skills, Joe McHugh, was at St Malachy’s National School in Finglas last week to announce a €1m investment in a pilot project to provide free school books for a number of DEIS primary schools. He’s pictured above with third class pupil Ella Groves.

The ...

2020-01-18 11:04 open_in_new
Southsiders take their place among the Young Scientists

Rosanna Ní Artagáin, Isabella Nic Ambrois and Cara Ní Mhóraigh.

Rosanna Ní Artagáin, Isabella Nic Ambrois and Cara Ní Mhóraigh.

A NUMBER of Southside schools and colleges took their place among the many entrants and exhibitors at this year’s jam-packed 56th BT Young ...

2020-01-17 20:22 open_in_new