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Monday, December 15, 2014 12:00
Homeless mum’s hotel nightmare
Dublin People
A WORKING mum from Ballymun has highlighted how easy it is for ordinary Northsiders to fall between the cracks in Dublin’s housing system and end up homeless.

Jennifer McEvoy, who lived in Ballymun all her life, found herself homeless with her nine-year-old daughter seven months ago due to personal circumstances. More...
Monday, December 15, 2014 12:00
‘Sod it – we’ll have our own ceremony’
Corduff Health Action Group campaigners pictured at their own sod turning ceremony last week.
MEMBERS of Corduff Health Action Group held their own sod turning ceremony last week to mark the opening of the area’s new Primary Care Centre.

The local campaigners felt snubbed because they weren’t invited to the official launch, which was due to take place a day later but was cancelled after Minister for Health Leo Varadkar was called for a Dáil vote. More...
Monday, December 15, 2014 12:00
Dublin People is sharing Console’s Message of Hope
Frank Mulrennan, CEO of Celtic Media Group (CMG) and Paul Kelly, CEO and founder of Console, pictured at the announcement of the ‘Share the Message of Hope this Christmas’ campaign.
THE Dublin People Group of Newspapers has joined forces with national suicide prevention and bereavement charity, Console, in an innovative campaign to encourage readers to ‘Share the Message of Hope this Christmas’.

The campaign is asking Northside and Southside People readers - and especially our growing social media audience - to share Console’s message that there is hope and help out there for people who may need it over the festive season. More...
Monday, December 15, 2014 12:00
War waged on graffiti vandalism
The graffiti problem has escalated in Malahide in recent weeks.
MEMBERS of a Northside Tidy Towns group have launched a campaign to catch vandals who are destroying the area with graffiti.

Chairman of Tidy Towns Malahide, Gerry Rafferty, said the problem started a few weeks ago and has escalated. More...
Monday, December 15, 2014 12:00
Rent arrears write-off call
Dublin People
A SINN Féin councillor on Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council has called for some rent arrears on the local authority’s books to be written-off.

Cllr Chris Curran said he was shocked by the extent of rent arrears in the council’s administrative area. More...

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