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  • The Velvet Strand set for five years of sewage

    PORTMARNOCK’S Blue Flag beach could face repeated closures due to sewage overflows for the next five years, Irish Water has admitted. The Velvet Strand – declared safe to swimmers last Thursday after a bathing ban of almost two weeks – will face the threat every time the nearby pumping station comes under pressure from heavy [...]

  • Buskers could be forced to audition

    BUSKERS may have to audition to busk in a move being touted by Dublin City Buskers as one of many possible solutions to the ongoing dispute over the noise level of amplifiers around the city. Roibeard O’Cadhain, secretary of Dublin City Buskers, said that the audition process would be mimicked on the current system used [...]

  • The Velvet Strand set for five years of sewage

    PORTMARNOCK’S Blue Flag beach could face repeated closures due to sewage overflows for the next five years, Irish Water has admitted. The Velvet Strand – declared safe to swimmers last Thursday after a bathing ban of almost two weeks – will face the threat every time the nearby pumping station comes under pressure from heavy [...]

  • Poisoned pooch Freddie to make a full recovery

    Dundrum: paws for thought - contaminated meat almost proved fatal

  • Schoolboy averts abduction attempt

    Dun Laoghaire: Sigh of relief all around as nine-year-old Jack had the ‘wherewithal’ to flee from motorist

  • Tributes paid to tragic local footballer Jack

    Tributes have poured in for a 23-year-old man from Castleknock who died in an accident while travelling in Slovenia. The circumstances around the death of Jack Fogarty have not been confirmed as of yet, but The Department of Foreign Affairs are giving consular assistance to his family. The Castleknock native was a talented footballer who [...]

  • Hopes for a development at former Foxhunter site

    Security guards have been spotted at the site of the former Foxhunter pub, spurring some people to believe that development at the location is set to begin. The site was due to be redeveloped into an Avoca store, which was expected to open in March of last year. The application submitted by Avoca’s Simon Pratt [...]

  • Timmons calls for bill against hate crimes

    Clondalkin: Gay councillor calls on the Government to legislate to provide greater protection for minorities in Ireland

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