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Dr Gil Botvin with sixth class pupils in St Michael’s Primary School, Ballyfermot, to see the implementation of his Botvin LifeSkills programme. Photograph:  Crispin Rodwell

A schools-based programme, operating in one of the most disadvantaged areas in the State, is teaching children to make good decisions, cope with stres(...)

Tusla said it wished to reassure the public ‘where a child is at immediate risk, they receive an immediate and protective response’. Photograph: Alan Betson

Less than half of suspected child abuse cases in south Dublin that should be notified to gardaí by Tusla are being reported in a timely manner, the He(...)

The Cherry Orchard Equine Centre offers riding lessons, stable management and arts and crafts lessons. Photograph: Alan Betson

“A horse will respect you only if you respect them back,” says Victoria Kelly (11) as she grooms a pony called Jake in a stable at Cherry Orchard Equi(...)

Zoe Flynn (24) was ‘quick-witted, sharp and a very strikingly beautiful lady’ who also carried ‘great sadness’, her funeral in Ballyfermot, Dublin heard on Friday.

Zoe Flynn (24) was “quick-witted, sharp and a very strikingly beautiful lady” who also carried “great sadness”, her funeral in Ballyfermot, Dublin hea(...)

Owen Keegan warned the housing committee that developing the social housing on the docklands site would be an expensive task. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Dublin City Council has entered negotiations with Nama over the purchase of land to accommodate up to 600 social and affordable homes at the Glass Bot(...)

More than 370 houses and apartments to be built on three sites. File photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Discounted apartments with prices starting at €116,000 will be available to low- and middle-income buyers who qualify for new affordable housing schem(...)

Maddix and his mother, Nadine Staunton, who is struggling to find a new school for her son. Photograph: James Forde

Aidan Ennis (6), from Cherry Orchard, Dublin, will be almost eight before he finally starts school. He has autism, and his mother, Louise Lawlor, has(...)

There were several “obstacles” holding up the delivery of extra public housing, Owen Keegan told the Department of Housing. Photograph: David Davies/PA Wire

Dublin City Council’s reliance on emergency powers to progress housing projects will not be justifiable if sites continue to face delays, council chie(...)

The Health Information and Quality Authority carried out an unannounced inspection last August into Woodvale Group, a residential service for 12 adults operated by the Daughters of Charity.

A residential centre in west Dublin for vulnerable adults with disabilities and medical conditions was found to have had inadequate numbers of trained(...)

Affordable housing built by housing co-operative Ó Cualann Cohousing Alliance last year. Dublin City Council is seeking   to build more than 370 affordable homes   in Ballymun and Ballyfermot

Dublin City Council is seeking developers to build more than 370 affordable homes for low- and middle-income workers to buy at sites in Ballymun and B(...)

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