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Monday, March 30, 2015 12:00
Jobs funding left unspent
Dublin People
LOCAL councillors have slammed an underspend on a pilot youth employment project in Ballymun after it was revealed last week that not all available funds were drawn down. Cllr Noel Rock (FG) and Cllr Noeleen Reilly (SF) claimed that €100,000 of just over €300,000 earmarked for the Ballymun Youth Guarantee project wasn’t used. More...
Monday, March 30, 2015 12:00
Three escape yacht drama
Dublin People
THREE people had a lucky escape after a yacht hit rocks in Dublin Bay last week. They were on board the 31-foot boat when the incident occurred shortly after 3pm on Wednesday (March 25) at the South Bull Wall at the entrance to Dublin Port. More...
Monday, March 30, 2015 12:00
‘Absolutely amazing’ aunt in English channel bid
• Maura, her grandnephew Rian and his mum Christine.
A COURAGEOUS grand-aunt is to brave the bitter cold waters of the English Channel in July as she attempts to raise funds for Build4life. Born and raised in Dublin as the seventh of 14 children, Maura Twomey will be 59 when she takes on this gruelling challenge between July 9 and 13 to raise vital funds for the Cystic Fibrosis children’s isolation unit at Cork University Hospital (CUH). More...
Monday, March 30, 2015 12:00
Council plans for new Liffey cycle route
• An impression of how a two-way cycle route along the north quays would look. All four options can be viewed in detail online at
DUBLIN City Council is seeking views on plans for a new, off-road Liffey cycle route. The proposed route would run from the Phoenix Park to the 3-Arena in the Docklands. “The number of people cycling in Dublin has increased as better cycling facilities become available,” said Michael Phillips, Director of Traffic with the council. More...
Monday, March 30, 2015 12:00
Top speller shows his words’ worth
• UN-BEE-LIEVABLE: Jean-Ted Deliver won the Dublin County heat in the national spelling competition.
A NORTHSIDE boy is looking forward to participating in the provincial section of a national spelling competition after winning first prize in the Dublin heat.  Jean-Ted Deliver (12), a pupil at St Patrick’s Boys’ National School, Drumcondra, won his heat in the 2015 Eason Spelling Bee competition. More...

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