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Monday, October 20, 2014 12:00
New plan for Dollymount
BREAKTHROUGH: The barriers blocking the road leading directly onto Dollymount beach during the summer at the height of the controversy. FILE PHOTO: DARREN KINSELLA
DUBLIN City Council is to prepare a new management plan for Dollymount Beach.

During the summer the city council angered local people when it controversially closed off the beach to vehiclular access. It said it took the action in response to concerns for public safety. More...
Monday, October 20, 2014 12:00
Cigarette price hike slammed
Benny Gilsenan outside his city centre shop. File photo by Darren Kinsella
NORTHSIDE shopkeeper and spokesperson for Retailers Against Smuggling (RAS) Benny Gilsenan has slammed last week’s budget measure that slapped 40c on a pack of cigarettes.

The hike brought the price of most packs to over €10 and retailers say it’ll lead to a surge in the sale of black market smokes and have a severely negative effect on independent retailers who depend on cigarette sales. More...
Monday, October 20, 2014 12:00
Hollywood beckons for Ciara Rose
Stunning Ciara Rose Burke enjoys the red carpet treatment with Brazilians Thairon Mendes and Humberto Rosa of Redline Films. Invoked is expected to be shown in Irish cinemas next year.
A LOCAL actress who landed a horror movie starring role after responding to an ad on Gumtree got a real life scare when an ambulance was called to a Hollywood movie theatre during its debut run.

Ciara Rose Burke from Corduff was getting her first taste of Tinseltown at the LA Brazilian Film Festival for the premiere of her movie ‘Invoked’ when she learned that two members of the audience had taken panic attacks. More...
Monday, October 20, 2014 12:00
Animal charity launches new horse control campaign
‘Snip n’ Chip’ will cost horse owners €100
THE DSPCA is hoping to raise much needed funds to aid a new campaign in the rescue and care of horses.

Within a week of announcing their new Snip n’ Chip programme for the low cost castration of stallions in the Dublin area, the DSPCA rescued two injured horses including one on the Southside. More...
Monday, October 20, 2014 12:00
Green light for revamped Kilmainham Courthouse
Dublin People
DUBLIN City Council has granted planning permission to the OPW for the redevelopment of Kilmainham Courthouse.

Deputy Catherine Byrne (FG) welcomed the announcement, stating that it was great news for a part of the Southside that will be a key location for the upcoming 1916 commemorations. More...

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