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Local TD Frances Fitzgerald, has praised the Minister of State for Tourism and Sport, Brendan Griffin, for his continued support to local sports clubs in Dublin Mid-West. Ms. Fitzgerald was speaking during Minister Griffin’s constituency visit, where he observed...read more
Specsavers Liffey Valley recently visited a group of young adults from the local Youthreach school in Leixlip to provide eye tests and expert advice. The staff at Specsavers Liffey Valley thoroughly enjoyed spending time with them, conducting check-ups and providing...read more
Recently the AXA Roadsafe Roadshow in partnership with South Dublin County Council delivered a hard-hitting road safety message to 650 Transition Year students from South Dublin. The AXA Roadsafe Roadshow is aimed primarily at Transition Year students in Secondary...read more
Local Fine Gael candidate, Cllr. Emer Higgins, responding to a dare by Ivan Yates, Newstalk, went head-to-head with the journalist in-studio on the topic of Clonburris. On his show The Hard Shoulder, Ivan had criticised the eight South Dublin Councillors who appealed...read more
The NTA announced a second phase of public consultation for a number of new bus corridors in recent weeks. The second phase includes a bus corridor with upgraded sections from Liffey Valley to Dublin City Centre. This route goes through the upper end of Palmerstown...read more
South Dublin County Council (SDCC) plans to allocate €500,000 to set up teen spaces in Lucan, Clondalkin, Rathfarnham and Tallaght. The majority of teenagers in South Dublin County want somewhere to hang out with their friends, rather than access to more sporting...read more
Frances Fitzgerald T.D., has welcomed the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport’s decision to award Sports Capital Funding to two local sports clubs. For the first time ever, unsuccessful applicants of last year’s funding-programme were allowed to correct or...read more
This March, 26 Dublin athletes will travel to Abu Dhabi to compete in the 2019 Special Olympics World Summer Games. Part of a 91-strong Team Ireland squad, these athletes will represent their country at highest level of sporting competition for Special Olympics...read more
Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association (AMYA) made visits to Nursing Homes and Gardaí Stations all over Ireland as part of seasonal celebrations. The AMYA, an auxiliary of AMA, comprises of youths between the age of 15-40 years of age. In their efforts of integration and...read more