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Local Councillor, Charlie O’Connor, has called for effective action to be taken to deal with what he sees as the unacceptable waiting list for outpatient appointments at Tallaght University Hospital. He raised the matter at the monthly meeting of the Regional Health...read more
We hope this news finds you keeping well and enjoying the great summer we’ve been having. We’ve had a busy summer ourselves, our work of late has included: - Applying for new funding opportunities and proposing new programmes to support those impacted by...read more
Seán Crowe T.D. has described the ongoing delay in supplying early intervention for children with profound speech and language difficulties as deeply damaging for children. In written reply from the Health Service Executive (HSE) to Deputy Crowe they reveal that there...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
Local Tallaght T.D. Seán Crowe, has said that the level of structural defects in schools across the State demands 'urgent action'; adding that no school should have to lose school days due to inadequate building standards. The TD spoke out after last week's...read more
In association with Pan Pan Theatre Company and supported by Arts Council of Ireland, Fighting Blindness and NCBI, My Dad's Blind, the winner of Best Production at the Dublin Fringe Festival Awards 2018 is coming to the Civic Theatre, Tallaght. Centering on a...read more
Local T.D. Seán Crowe, has criticised the Health Service Executive (HSE) and the Minister for Health, Simon Harris, for their failure to tackle delayed discharges in hospitals, as inept and lacking in oversight. The delays have cost the health service, and by...read more
South Dublin-based company Ayrton Group, which offers expert advice, training and resources in workplace risk management and safety, has been awarded three internationally recognised certifications for its processes and standards. The firm, headquartered in a...read more
Pictured at the Friarstown Allotments Open Day were Councillor Charlie O’Connor, Mayor Vicki Casserly, Councillor Alan Edge.read more