More job losses for Southside Wednesday, 06 October 2010 THE Southside suffered another devastating blow on the jobs front last week as the latest live register figures revealed how the area has been one of the worst affected in the country. The figures were released as nearly 200 employees at a fire and security company…Details
Residents slam council over new parking zones SOUTHSIDE residents have slammed their local authority for failing to consult with them on new changes to residential parking permits. Residents in Dun Laoghaire had been able to buy an annual parking permit for e40, which allowed them to park anywhere in Dún Laoghaire. However, Dun Laoghaire Rathdown…Details
By Maeve Galvin Tuesday December 14 2010 COUNCILLORS have hit out against proposed plans to sell Dun Laoghaire harbour. The controversial plans to sell off Dun Laoghaire’s famous waterfront were presented to the government in the report delivered by An Bord Snip Nua last summer. The Department of Finance has yet to confirm whether or…Details
Residents are advised that as of 7pm tonight and Friday and Saturday of this week, the Council is reducing the severity of water pressure reductions across the County. This should significantly reduce the impact on businesses and households for the weekend.
This will continue to be reviewed by our water engineers on a daily basis
Water will be off in the following areas from 7pm on Wednesday 15th to 7am on Thursday 16th December 2010. Dún Laoghaire CBC Monkstown Widow Gamble Hill Mounttown Road and all roads off it York Road and all roads off it Tivoli Road and all roads off it Knapton Road Patrick Street Cross Avenue and…Details
At the general election selection convention in the Stillorgan Park Hotel this evening, Fine Gael Head Office directed the Dún Laoghaire constituency to select two candidates – one man and one woman. When the votes were counted, Sean Barrett came first, I was next and Mary Mitchell-O’Connor was third. In accordance with the directive, Sean…Details