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Schools in Rathfarnham, Templeogue, Brookfield and Lucan have all been identified as ‘Creative Schools’ as part of a major pilot project to promote the arts amongst young people, according to Independent Minister Katherine Zappone. Each will receive funding and...read more
John Curran T.D. has said that the Minister for Education must review the adequacy of capitation funding in reducing the burden on schools in Dublin Mid-West that are providing education to children in significant economic disadvantage. The Deputy raised the matter in...read more
Frances Fitzgerald T.D., has this week confirmed that the Department of Sports has given the green-light to South Dublin County Council to tender for the long-awaited Lucan Swimming Pool. “There has been demand for a swimming pool in Lucan for decades, with newer...read more
South Dublin County Council Carbon Monoxide Scheme 2018 Opens 14th June 2018 South Dublin County Council (SDCC) is introducing a new scheme in 2018 to provide Carbon Monoxide alarms free to residents in the SDCC administrative area providing they meet certain...read more
Fianna Fáil Chair of the Housing and Homelessness Committee, John Curran TD has called on the Government to expedite the establishment of a new mechanism to support Credit Union investment in public housing. Despite the Central Bank allowing Credit Unions to invest in...read more
Vile thuggery that's how Cllr. Vicki Casserly has described the vandalism at Griffeen Valley playground recently. "Playgrounds are community assets. Vile thuggery like this is an attack on not just the amenity but our community spirit. We shouldn't need to create...read more
While customers continue to come to terms with excessive insurance premiums, the government last week released its fifth update on the Report on the Cost of Motor Insurance. Commenting on the publication Fianna Fáil TD for Dublin Mid West John Curran said, “The fact...read more
By Lynda O’Donoghue Donnelly Despite serving the community for more than three years staff at the Hearing Centre inside Specsavers, Liffey Valley are determined to help more people than ever in 2018. Although the store has been operating since Specsavers opened at...read more
Tesco Extra opened to much fan-fair this week at the retail centre in Liffey Valley. The €30m store is the largest in Ireland and has created 75 local jobs. Local General Election candidate Cllr. Emer Higgins attended the official opening alongside RTEs Lucy Kennedy....read more