Sunday | 21st July 2019

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Bulloch Harbour plan gets go ahead

The risk of flooding and storm damage to a proposed development at Bulloch Harbour has been raised after a decision last week by An Bord Pleanála to give the green light for its go ahead. There was some local shock and consternation after the board gave Bartra...

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Changing Lives Through Social Enterprise!

The innovative Social Enterprises working to make their communities better places will receive cash grants of between €10,000 and €30,000 and a place on Ireland’s most prestigious Accelerator Programme for Social Enterprises Philomena Poole, Chief Executive, Dún...

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Monna Bench – All What You Need at a bicycle tour

The Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council’s Energy Team promotes renewable energy, sustainability and healthy travel in this new digital age. It has sourced the world’s first Monna bench with smart cycling equipment and solar panels to provide charging capability for...

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Orange Water at Sandycove Beach (June 25)

Cloudy orange water was spotted at popular swimming spot Sandycove and surrounding areas. After water sample test where carried out it was discovered that the cause was a micro algae called "Noctiluca Scintillans" and not the recent sewage spillage in Dublin bay. This...

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DLR Invests in New, Smarter Travel Options for Staff

As part of the Smart Mobility Hub, Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council have engaged in the development of a platform for staff to access to e-cars, e-bikes and pushbikes for off-site business travel, reducing commuting congestion and emissions in the county....

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Orange Water at Sandycove Beach (June 25)

Cloudy orange water was spotted at popular swimming spot Sandycove and surrounding areas. After water sample test where carried out it was discovered that the cause was a micro algae called "Noctiluca Scintillans" and not the recent sewage spillage in Dublin bay. This...

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DLR Invests in New, Smarter Travel Options for Staff

As part of the Smart Mobility Hub, Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council have engaged in the development of a platform for staff to access to e-cars, e-bikes and pushbikes for off-site business travel, reducing commuting congestion and emissions in the county....

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Monna Bench – All What You Need at a bicycle tour

Monna Bench – All What You Need at a bicycle tour

The Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council’s Energy Team promotes renewable energy, sustainability and healthy travel in this new digital age. It has sourced the world’s first Monna bench with smart cycling equipment and solar panels to provide charging capability for...

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DLR CoCo Approve Climate Change Action Plan

At their Council meeting this week, Councillors of Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council declared a Biodiversity and Climate Change Emergency before approving a Climate Change Action Plan which sets out a series of targets aimed at adapting to and mitigating against...

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DLR Invests in New, Smarter Travel Options for Staff

As part of the Smart Mobility Hub, Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council have engaged in the development of a platform for staff to access to e-cars, e-bikes and pushbikes for off-site business travel, reducing commuting congestion and emissions in the county....

read more

Orange Water at Sandycove Beach (June 25)

Cloudy orange water was spotted at popular swimming spot Sandycove and surrounding areas. After water sample test where carried out it was discovered that the cause was a micro algae called "Noctiluca Scintillans" and not the recent sewage spillage in Dublin bay. This...

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july, 2019

tue25jun(jun 25)7:00 PMtue27aug(aug 27)7:00 PMHistoric Dún Laoghaire - Free Guided TourEvent Type :HISTORY

wed26jun(jun 26)7:00 PMwed28aug(aug 28)7:00 PMThe men who built the town of Dún Laoghaire - Free Guided TourEvent Type :HISTORY

sun30junsun01sepThe Metals - Free Guided TourEvent Type :HISTORY

mon01jul11:00 AM1:00 PMNationial Maritime Museum - Free Guided TourEvent Type :HISTORY

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wed03jul(jul 3)7:00 PMwed04sep(sep 4)7:00 PMThe men who built the town of Dún Laoghaire - Free Guided TourEvent Type :HISTORY


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