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Friday, March 27, 2015 12:00
Funding blow for local centres
Dublin People
APPEALS have been made to reverse a decision last week that will see the closure of two popular Southside sports centres. In what has been described as a bizarre decision, Pobal has withdrawn funding from July 1 for the community use of the sports centres in Inchicore and on Clogher Road in Crumlin. More...
Friday, March 27, 2015 12:00
Local survey finds trust in the gardaí
Dublin People
A LOCAL crime survey carried out by Fine Gael has found that 83 per cent of respondents believe An Garda Síochána are doing a good job but 61 per cent felt vulnerable to home burglaries. Cllr Noel Rock revealed the figures in advance of a series of public meetings on policing taking place across the Northside over the next few weeks. More...
Friday, March 27, 2015 12:00
Inspirational runner to lead Wings for Life
• Sinead Kane will be taking part in the Wings for Life World Run alongside her running aid John O’Regan, winner of Irish Wings for Life World Run last year. Photo by INPHO/Dan Sheridan
A VISUALLY impaired runner will be leading the field at the Wings for Life World Run that is taking place in Dun Laoghaire and in dozens of locations worldwide on Sunday, May 3. Sinead Kane, who was born with just five per cent vision in each eye, will run alongside her aid John O’Regan, the Irish ultra runner and adventurer who was the winner of Wings for Life World Run last year. More...
Friday, March 27, 2015 12:00
Dalkey plan raises concerns
Dublin People
THE Department of Arts and Heritage was one of 60 parties to object to a proposed five story development in Dalkey, a local councillor has claimed. The developer, PegasusLife, a UK company that specialises in the provision of accommodation for over 55s, has sought planning permission from Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council to develop a 57-unit “retirement complex” off Barnhill Road in the Southside village. More...
Friday, March 27, 2015 12:00
Actor Tom Hickey leads the way to city’s Parkinson’s Day
• Ingrid McGowan, Patient Relation’s Manager, AbbVie; actor and Parkinson’s Association of Ireland (PAI) ambassador Tom Hickey, and Paula Gilmore, CEO of the PAI, are calling on everyone in Dublin to make the journey to Merrion Square to take part in World Parkinson’s Day on April 11.
IRISH actor Tom Hickey is encouraging members of the public to plan a journey to Dublin’s historic Merrion Square on April 11 next and support World Parkinson’s Day by participating in an awareness-raising Unity Walk.  Tom, who was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in 2013, joined members of the Parkinson’s Association of Ireland (PAI) to issue the invitation. More...

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