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Wednesday, July 1, 2015 12:00
Stop the lights!
• The junction at Blackhall Place and the Luas Red Line i
A ROAD traffic accident researcher has claimed a new automated red light camera system launched in a blaze of publicity last month is flawed and will lead to drivers incorrectly receiving mandatory penalty points. The new system at the junction of Blackhall Place and the Luas Red Line in Dublin 7 was launched by Minister for Transport, Paschal Donohoe, and it’s directly linked to An Garda Siochána’s computerised PULSE system. More...
Wednesday, July 1, 2015 12:00
Crimestoppers appeal for information into dad’s death
• The Thornton’s Recycling Plant in Ballyfermot where tragic dad Mark Burke (left) was found. PHOTO BY DARREN KINSELLA
CRIMESTOPPERS has launched an appeal for information in relation to the discovery of the remains of Mark Burke on July 31 last year. Mark was 37 and from Sandyford in Dublin 18. He was a father to six children, ranging in age from nine to 18. More...
Wednesday, July 1, 2015 12:00
Restaurant owners slam ‘sunshine tax’
• The RAI say the council make over €450,000 annually in outdoor seating charges.
ENJOYING a cup of coffee or a bite to eat sitting outside a café is one of Dublin’s simple summer pleasures, but the city’s restaurant owners are up in arms over the price it costs them. Dublin City Council charges restaurants and cafes a fee based on the number of tables on a public footpath, and they also have to pay for a licence. More...
Wednesday, July 1, 2015 12:00
Skerries locals thanked for great Rás support
Aidis Kroupis, An Post Chain Reaction, celebrates as he crosses the line in Skerries to win Stage 8 of the 2015 Rás. PHOTO: PAUL MOHAN/SPORTSFILE
THE people of Skerries have been thanked for their contribution to the success of the 2015 An Post Rás. Race organiser Tony Campbell was delighted with the fantastic support that the riders received along the route and in Skerries for the race’s eight and final stage. More...
Wednesday, July 1, 2015 12:00
It’s a Fair day for Balbriggan award winners
Dr Marty Jopson pictured at the Sentinus Young Innovators Exhibition at Ulster University, Jordanstown. PHOTO: AARON McCRACKEN/HARRISONS
A NORTHSIDE school claimed three top awards at Northern Ireland’s largest science fair. Loreto Secondary School, Balbriggan, collected the awards at the Sentinus Young Innovators Exhibition. Meibh O’Sullivan and Isabelle Martin claimed the Young Scientist Overall Winner award for their project which looked at the effects of taking photos on memory and forgetfulness. More...

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