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Recently Shackleton Residents Committee held a family day. Despite an unwelcoming weather forecast the event was attended by approximately 200 residents of all ages. Feedback from residents was very positive and it appeared all in attendance enjoyed the festivities....read more
South Dublin Councillors with Councillor Don Tippings as Cathaoirleach or Chairman, John Fitzgerald, County Manager, Hugh Hanley, Deputy Manager, in the then Regional Technical College Tallaght. Pictured (front l-r): Cllr Catherine Quinn; Cllr Finbarr Hanrahan; Hugh...read more
This coming Sunday August 18th Shackleton Park estate in Lucan is hosting a family fun day event. The event is being organised by the Shackleton Residents Committee. Shackleton Park is a newly built, diverse estate, mixing houses, apartments and duplexes. Residents...read more
Eoin Ó Broin TD has commented on HSE figures released to the party that have shown that as of 31 May 2019, there were 267 people were waiting for funding for a home support service in the Dublin West Local Health Office area. “Figures released to my colleague Louise...read more
Government’s ‘Project’ to bring Specialised Therapists into Schools and Pre- Schools in Dublin Mid-West is extended for 2019/20 school year Dublin Mid-West T.D. John Curran has said the Government’s In-School and In-Pre-School speech and language therapy initiative...read more
Local Clondalkin and Lucan T.D. John Curran has criticised the Government’s failure to progress the promised and planned delivery of Rowlagh Primary Health Care Centre in North Clondalkin in 2019. Deputy Curran was commenting after receiving a HSE reply recently; “It...read more
Dublin Mid-West Eoin Ó Broin has commented on figures releases by the HSE which show that the number of older people awaiting cataract surgery in Dublin is very high. Deputy O’Reilly said: “Figures released to my colleague Louise O’Reilly by the HSE have detailed the...read more
Fund available for engaging festival/ event ideas for Autumn and Winter season. South Dublin County Council is delighted to offer a Tourism Events and Festivals Grant Scheme for Autumn/Winter 2019. This funding programme is aimed at organisations and organisers who...read more
2 year waiting time for young children to access Speech and Language Therapy in Dublin Mid-West. John Curran T.D. has said that figures released to him show additional therapy staff are urgently required to meet demands for Speech and Language Therapy services in...read more