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Monday, September 15, 2014 12:00
Local parent issues meningitis warning
• Finn Marks (left), pictured with his little brother Eoin, contracted meningitis when he was just four and a half-weeks-old.
A NORTHSIDE woman has warned parents to be aware of the symptoms of meningitis after experiencing first-hand the disease in her family. In 2005, Finn Marks, from Kilbarrack, contracted meningitis when he was just four and half-weeks-old. More...
Monday, September 15, 2014 12:00
Parents to stage protest after boy hit by car
Dublin People
PARENTS of schoolchildren in Blackrock are planning to stage a protest march to the offices of the local county council if action is not taken to address safety issues on a road where a boy was knocked down and injured recently. More...
Monday, September 15, 2014 12:00
Brave Molly to lead out the Dubs at Croke Park
• The Dublin footballers have taken Molly to their hearts.
A NORTHSIDE girl, who was diagnosed with a life threatening illness almost one year ago, is to lead out the Dublin Ladies’ team in the TG4 All-Ireland Senior Final at Croke Park.  The Dublin County Board has chosen Molly McNally (6), from Balbriggan, to be mascot for the big game against Cork on Sunday, September 28. More...
Monday, September 15, 2014 12:00
Retro runner Garret hasn’t looked back
• RETRO MAN: Garret Doherty pictured running backwards in the Portmarnock 10K. PHOTOS BY SIMON ARCHER PHOTOGRAPHY
IF you were running in the Portmarnock 10k last Wednesday night, or were among the spectators, you may have noticed an unusual sight – one of the participants running backwards.  No, you were not imagining things in the scenic coastal village as the runners made their way around the course. More...
Monday, September 15, 2014 12:00
Shocking report highlights local education gap
Dublin People
A NEW report published last week has highlighted alarming education statistics in disadvantaged Northside areas. In Ballymun 24 per cent of the population haven’t had any second level education, while in Finglas North and Glasnevin 22 per cent also have no school experience beyond primary level. More...

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