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Friday, July 31, 2015 12:00
Marine surveys begin off the coast
• The jack-up platform being used in the surveys.
A NORTHSIDE TD said it’s vitally important that the outfall from the proposed wastewater treatment plant in Clonshaugh does not negatively impact the waters off the north Dublin coast. Dublin Bay North TD Terence Flanagan (RENUA) made the call after Greater Dublin Drainage (GDD) was granted a Foreshore Licence by the Department of the Environment to undertake investigative marine surveys off the coastline. More...
Friday, July 31, 2015 12:00
Puppies wing their way to new homes
• HIS NUMBER’S UP: Red is pup number 482 at Dogs Trust and will be ready to go to his forever home soon.
HOMES have been found for a staggering 481 puppies thanks to the Dogs Trust Puppy Wing facility that was opened just over one year ago. The canine welfare charity opened the puppy wing in direct response to surging levels of puppies and pregnant mums being cruelly abandoned across the city. More...
Friday, July 31, 2015 12:00
TV presenter faces fear of spiders for cancer charity
• Stephen Byrne was one of the first to take on the Irish Cancer Society’s new Fearless Challenge. PHOTO BY ANDRES POVEDA.
RTÉ TV Presenter, Stephen Byrne from Smithfield, faced up to his fear of spiders as part of a new challenge in aid of the Irish Cancer Society. Stephen put it up to the eight-legged bugs by spending time getting to know Harry Tallulah, a Chilean Rose Tarantula. More...
Friday, July 31, 2015 12:00
O’Donovan Rossa funeral re-enactment
 • Padraig Pearse pictured just after delivering the graveside oration for O’Donovan Rossa in Glasnevin on August 1, 1915.
A FULL-SCALE re-enactment of the legendary O’Donovan Rossa funeral in 1915 is taking place at 1pm this Saturday (August 1). The re-enactment will give Dubliners a chance to walk in the footsteps of the 1916 leaders who followed the funeral cortege exactly 100 years ago to the day. More...
Friday, July 31, 2015 12:00
New energy provider cuts deal for customers
• Panda Power managing director Brendan Traynor.
PANDA is to offer its 150,000 customers €40 off their waste collection bill when they sign up with sister company Panda Power, Ireland’s newest green electricity provider.   Panda Power first entered the Irish electricity market in June, offering amongst the lowest electricity rates on the market, including average savings of €196 on annual household bills. More...

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