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Monday, April 14, 2014 12:00
Drugs projects facing closure
Dublin People
COMMUNITY activists are warning that the closure of a vital drugs service in Dublin 15 could be the first of many due to savage cutbacks in funding. The Greater Blanchardstown Response to Drugs (GBRD) is due to close next month after providing services in the Dublin 15 area for over 20 years. More...
Monday, April 14, 2014 12:00
Local event aims to save lives
• Pictured at the launch of Pieta House’s Darkness Into Light event, were (from l-r):  Joan Freeman, chief executive and founder of Pieta House, Jim Dollard, executive director, Electric Ireland and Sinead Kennedy, RTE presenter.  PHOTO: SASKO LAZAROV
OVER 4,000 people are expected to converge on Malahide Castle next month to raise funds and awareness for a self-harm and suicide prevention charity. Darkness Into Light, now Pieta House’s flagship fundraiser, has been a huge success since its inception in 2009. More...
Monday, April 14, 2014 12:00
It’s a cliffhanger
• TRAPPED: Poor Trixie finds herself trapped on the side of a cliff.
HOWTH Head was the scene of a delicate rescue operation last week when a dog became trapped on the side of a cliff.  The drama unfolded around noon last Thursday (April 10) when the Irish Coast Guard Operations centre received a call that Trixie, a one-year-old springer spaniel pup, was trapped on the side of a cliff at Deer Park with the owner unable to retrieve her and bring her to safety. More...
Monday, April 14, 2014 12:00
Cancer survivor’s inspiring journey
• Ruth Wylie is coping with her condition with the help of ARC
A NORTHSIDE cancer survivor has told how a Dublin support service is helping her cope with the devastating diagnosis that changed her life forever. Ruth Wylie from Blackhorse Avenue in Dublin 7 had her life turned upside down five years ago when she discovered a lump on her chest during a holiday in South Africa. More...
Monday, April 14, 2014 12:00
Public safety risk posed by illegal dump site
• Cllr Trevor Gilligan at the dumping black spot.
A LOCAL councillor has drawn attention to an illegal dumping blackspot on the Southside where he took pictures of a dead rat and a discarded hypodermic needle among the rubbish. The shocking images captured by Cllr Trevor Gilligan (FF) show the carcass of a large rodent and a needle lying among the mounds of refuse strewn across the site in Clondalkin. More...

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