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South Dublin County Council (SDCC) is delighted to launch its Halloween Safety and Environmental Awareness Campaign 2018. This year, to raise awareness and encourage our citizens to stay safe, the Council has published a colourful information leaflet providing facts...read more
Emer Higgins, has welcomed the allocation of €14,000 for Tidy Towns committees in Clondalkin, Lucan, Palmerstown, Newcastle and Brittas. The Minister for Rural and Community Development, Michael Ring, has announced a €1.4 million national grant scheme to mark the 60th...read more
South Dublin County Council is conscious of the efforts of the many individuals and community organisations that work together on an ongoing basis to deliver and implement improvements in a sustainable and inclusive way in servicing the needs of their local...read more
More than €73,000 is being provided to youth clubs and services in Tallaght, Clondalkin and Lucan under a grant scheme announced by local Minister Katherine Zappone. The Minister for Children and Youth Affairs said the money is being used for small capital works at...read more
John Curran T.D., has welcomed plans by An Garda Síochána in DMR West Division to extend ‘Operation Irene’ over the Halloween period in order to increase patrols of our local parks and open spaces. Deputy Curran was commenting after attending the Joint Policing...read more
South Dublin County Council (SDCC) recently congratulated the area's dedicated Tidy-Town Committees on achieving great results in the 60th SuperValu National Tidy Towns competition announced at the Helix in Dublin recently. Mayor of SDCC, Cllr. Mark Ward said “I would...read more
Minister Katherine Zappone welcomes the team from the Carline Education Centre, Lucan to Leinster House. The students were on a tour of the house and learning about the Dáil as part of their preparations for the Junior Certificate examinations.read more
The Mayor of South Dublin County, Councilor Mark Ward, officially launched the Dublin Urban Rivers LIFE project at Rathfarnham Castle Park on Monday 17th September. This is a joint project between South Dublin County Council (SDCC) and Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County...read more
John Curran T.D. has said the Government’s proposals on in-school speech and language therapy that is to be introduced as a ‘demonstration project’ in Dublin Mid-West for the 2018/19 school year must tackle the ever increasing waiting lists. Deputy Curran was...read more