After 17 weeks of intense training, 44 recruit firefighters have participated in the Recruit Passing-Out Parade today in the Dublin Fire Brigade training centre in front of the Lord Mayor of Dublin Alison Gilliland, Chief Fire Officer Dennis Keeley, senior fire officers, invited guests and the recruit’s own families.
Dublin City Council is delighted to announce ‘Smithfield Fleadh’, its newest family-friendly event addition to the city’s events calendar. This free, folk and traditional music event is taking place in Smithfield Square on the 18th and 19th June 2022.
Ellen Keane And Kellie Harrington Unveiled As New Sports Ambassadors For Dublin City Council
Paralympic gold medallist, Ellen Keane (Swimming) and Olympic gold medallist Kellie Harrington (Boxing) have today been unveiled as the new Dublin City Council Sports Ambassadors as part of a new three-year deal.
Team from TU Dublin wins Dublin City Council’s ENFUSE Finals
Dublin City Council is delighted to announce that the team from TU Dublin has come first in the ENFUSE programme to support a local enterprise in Dublin by sharing ideas, knowledge and creating a bespoke plan to help the enterprise innovate.
Dublin City Council, in association with the North East Inner City (NEIC) Initiative and the Glencree Centre for Peace and Reconciliation is celebrating Africa Day 2022 by hosting a FREE fun celebratory event on Saturday 21st May from 10am to 2pm at Belvedere Youth Club, Buckingham Street, Dublin 1, with support from Irish Aid.