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Monday, April 27, 2015 12:00
Little Robyn is in a race against time
• Robyn (right) pictured with mum Bernadette and little sister Millie
A NORTHSIDE mum is in a desperate race against time to raise the €280,000 needed for a vaccine that could save the life of her 10-year-old daughter who suffers from a rare form of cancer. Robyn Smyth (10) from Whitehall has neuroblastoma - a rare and aggressive form of cancer that can spread to the nervous system - and has only a five per cent chance of surviving. More...
Monday, April 27, 2015 12:00
Local murder appeal
• John O’Regan
A NEW Crimestoppers appeal for information on last year’s murder of Ballymun man, John O’Regan, was launched last week. Mr O’Regan was shot while cycling to work at 8.30am on Tuesday April 15, 2014, at Gateway Avenue. He was approached by an unknown male who was also cycling and wearing a high-vis jacket. More...
Monday, April 27, 2015 12:00
An inspiration to us all
• Deirdre Keegan
THE loss of a loved one is always heartbreaking, even if you believe you are prepared for it. However, to be able to walk away from the final farewell full of pride, hope and inspiration is the greatest gift from the departed to those left behind. More...
Monday, April 27, 2015 12:00
Social housing scheme in city officially opens
• Pictured at the official opening of Peadar Kearney House were Jamie Carroll, Alfie Black, Bobby Flood and Max Piggott. PHOTO: CHRIS BELLEW/FENNELL PHOTOGRAPHY
LORD Mayor of Dublin, Christy Burke, and Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government, Alan Kelly, officially launched a social housing scheme, comprising 56 homes, in the inner city last week.   Peadar Kearney House is located on the site of the old Liberty House on Railway Street, Dublin 1. More...
Monday, April 27, 2015 12:00
Campaign says there is no room for racism
• Sammy Akorede of Luas is pictured with Lord Mayor of Dublin, Christy Burke at the launch of the Stop Racism campaign on public transport.
DUBLIN sent out the message last week that there is no room for racism in the capital. Ireland’s largest anti-racism campaign was launched across the city’s public transport network with the support of the Immigrant Council of Ireland, the National Transport Authority, Dublin City Council and transport providers. More...

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