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Dublin City Council unveils plaque to Dublin born literary giant Maeve Brennan, ‘the greatest Irish writer you never heard of’

Maeve Brennan, whose rediscovered writings have won her world wide recognition in the literary world, has been commemorated by a DCC Commemorative Plaque.

Bloody Sunday Bridge plaque unveiled by Dublin City Council

Located in the shadow of Croke Park on Russell Street, this was the site of extreme bloodshed in the midst of the War of Independence on Sunday 21st November 1920.

Dublin plans to become world’s first Autism-friendly capital city

New initiative that will see Dublin become the first autism-friendly capital city in the world was announced by The Lord Mayor of Dublin Daithí de Róiste at the launch of Inclusion and Integration Week.

Dublin, A City For All

The week will host many free events both online and in various locations across Dublin that focus on social inclusion.

Dublin City Council unveils a commemorative plaque to fireman who was killed in the line of duty

John ‘Jack’ Darmon, a fireman who died while working in Tara Street Station in 1938, has been memorialised.

Dublin City Council to support local areas with Community Grant Scheme

Local resident, community, environmental and festival groups will be supported by the grant

Cherry Orchard & Ballyfermot to be officially launched as a Sláintecare Healthy Communities Site

Members of the public, community groups and professionals local…

Dublin’s Local Area Community Grants Open for Online Application

Dublin City Council provides support to local resident community,…

Launch of the Travelling Past Photographic Exhibition at Dublin City Hall

The exhibition will give a unique look into the Travelling Community’s…

Dublin a City for All – Lord Mayor Alison Gilliland Launches Inclusion and Integration Week

Dublin City Council’s Integration and Inclusion week was launched…