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Monday, July 21, 2014 12:00
Dog fight horror
• Despite his brutal injuries Garth is expected to make a full recovery.
ANIMAL welfare officials say an English bull terrier dog found battered, bloodied and discarded in Finglas may have been involved in an organized dog fight. The injured animal was discovered by a passer-by at the edge of a local park and brought to the nearby Irish Blue Cross mobile veterinary clinic that was fortunately in the area at the time. More...
Monday, July 21, 2014 12:00
Anger over beach parking decision
• Barriers blocking the road the leads directly on to Dollymount beach.  PHOTO: DARREN KINSELLA
ANGER has been expressed over Dublin City Council’s decision to close off Dollymount beach to cars. However, the city council said its decision was based on a culmination of incidents, including anti-social behaviour, and it also received advice from the gardai. More...
Monday, July 21, 2014 12:00
Brave Molly continues illness battle
• PRETTY IN PINK: Molly McNally is continuing her brave battle against illness.
ON October 22, 2013, a Northside couple’s world was crushed when their beautiful daughter was diagnosed with a life-threatening illness. Gerry and Emma McNally, originally from Lusk and Raheny respectively, received news that Molly (5) has Stage 4 Neuroblastoma, an aggressive childhood cancer of the nervous system. More...
Monday, July 21, 2014 12:00
Remembering the Howth Gun Running
Dublin People
ONE hundred years ago this week, Irish republicans successfully landed a significant amount of guns and ammunition at Howth Harbour, during an event that has become celebrated as the ‘Howth Gun Running’. These munitions would later be famously used during the 1916 Rising. More...
Monday, July 21, 2014 12:00
Justice hope for Southside soldier
• Robbie Masterson of Justice for Smallhorne and Barrett
THE arrest of a suspect in the murder of a Southside Irish soldier in Lebanon over 30 years ago has raised hopes that his killer will finally be brought to justice. Private Derek Smallhorne, who grew up in Ballyfermot and lived in Bluebell, was murdered along with Private Thomas Barrett on April 18, 1980, while on peacekeeping duties. More...

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