17th October 07:30am Update: According to MET Eireann, there are no National Warnings in operation. However, please continue to exercise caution as you may expect some fallen debris on roads.
South Dublin County entrepreneurs join nationwide celebrations for 'National Women's Enterprise Day'.
‘Open doors to new markets’ was the theme for this year’s National Women’s Enterprise Day (NWED), which was celebrated by over 200 local entrepreneurs at an event in The Pavillion, Leopardstown, yesterday.
Prioritised river water quality assessment and improvement work as part of the Water Framework Directive 2nd Cycle RBMP measures
4pm to 6pm, 17th October, 2017, County Library Tallaght
Following interviews held for the position of Senior Executive Technician on the 9th and 10th of October 2017, the following applicants were placed on the panel
South Dublin County Council launches a new plan to deliver 8,000 new homes at the Clonburris Strategic Development Zone.
South Dublin County Council is delighted to launch its Halloween Safety and Environmental Awareness Campaign 2017.
South Dublin County Council launches Halloween Safety and Environmental Awareness Campaign 2017
Hessian bags (recycled coffee bags) are once again available to groups, through the Social Credits Scheme, to create their own leaf mould, which is great for gardeners and the environment. This highly beneficial compost can be used in your garden, vegetable plots, container plants, community planting areas or community gardens. Send all requests to email@example.com
Mayor of South Dublin County Council, Cllr. Paul Gogarty launched the Eastern-Midlands Waste Region programme of events for National Reuse Month in the South Dublin County Council Offices, Tallaght on Tuesday the 3rd of October 2017
South Dublin County event taking place in the Leopardstown Pavilionwith An Tánaiste and Minister For Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Frances Fitzgerald T.D, and ambassador for South Dublin Sarah Kiely of Sadie’s Kitchen, in partnership with LEOs in Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown, Dublin City and Fingal.