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Workfare Scheme causes a stir among unemployed.

Workfare Scheme causes a stir among unemployed.

Ross Leahy reports on the proposed introduction of the Workfare Scheme.…

Who will you choose to keep you warm?

Who will you choose to keep you warm?

Kate Ní Chléirigh looks at Airtiricity ‘Biggest save’ campaign which offers 20% saving on your gas rates and 6% on your electricity rates.…

Photographs from Arthur’s Day

Photographs from Arthur’s Day

Check out this slideshow of photographs from the streets and pubs of Dublin City.…

Old primary school set to become church

A former primary school, St Brigid’s, located in the Coombe, Dublin 8, should become a church as it attracts the interest of several religious groups. …

Frank Harte Festival – Memorial Walk 2010

The Frank Harte Festival Memorial Walk took place on the 26th of September in what is fast becoming an annual celebration of the life and music of Frank Harte, a…

Recession causes adult education to increase in numbers

Recession causes adult education to increase in numbers

With the current recession and high unemployment rates, adults are heading back to school as they feel it will increase their chances of finding a job. …

‘In Handel’s Day’ greeted with sun and large crowds

‘In Handel’s Day’ greeted with sun and large crowds

The sun was shining on 13 April as the large crowd of spectators enjoyed an outdoor performance of Handel’s Messiah. To honour the 268th anniversary of the premiere performance in…

City councillor has no solutions for local problems

City councillor has no solutions for local problems

Dublin South West Inner City councillors have been kept busy with many projects to restore local areas but there are still many problems that haven't been solved yet, reports Yvonne…

Locals oppose demolition of 19th Century church on hospital grounds

Locals oppose demolition of 19th Century church on hospital grounds

A proposal to build an 8-storey private hospital on the grounds of St James’s Hospital has been appealed to An Bord Pleanála as it would cause the demolition of a…

Head shop headache worsens

Head shop headache worsens

A follow-up on recent head shop attacks and what is being done to stop them, reported by David Neligan.…

Dubliners speak about church abuse

Dubliners speak about church abuse

Has the scandal of abused children changed the image of the Roman Catholic Church in Dublin?…

Blue Cross mobile tends Liberties’ animals

Blue Cross mobile tends Liberties’ animals

The Irish Blue Cross animal charity provides mobile clinic facilities that go to ten locations throughout Dublin every week supplying low cost veterinary care to pet owners on low income,…

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