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Tuesday 26 September 2023 Dublin: 12°C

# community spirit

Last year
'Our focus is on being there': The coffee shop helping locals process the Creeslough tragedy
Café owner Siobhan Carr said it has been a huge community effort since Friday.
All time
'Long gone is just picking up litter. It's much bigger than that': TidyTowns helps bolster community spirit during Covid-19
Tidy Towns committees around the country have been still been working all year, despite the cancellation of the competition for 2020.
Klopp fears City could give Liverpool 'a proper knock' on Sunday
The Liverpool boss is demanding defensive improvement from his side for the Community Shield clash.
'Shocked and humbled': Community raises enough cash to replace defibrillator destroyed by vandals
The life-saving piece of equipment was wrecked by three youths earlier this week.
Generations come together to celebrate 50 years of Ballymun
It’s all thanks to Axis Ballymun, which has put on a programme of arts events to mark its 15th birthday.
'Some people wanted to stay in the Ballymun flats and would go back now if they could'
Joseph Plunkett Tower is the last of the seven Ballymun flats standing and today work began on its demolition.
No one showed up to this little boy's birthday party, but his local community had his back
His mother invited 16 of his classmates, but no one turned up.
This wasteland of debris and syringes was transformed into a blooming garden
The power of teamwork.
This was not a vote of anger, it was a vote of community
The Taoiseach says it was anger that led to his party’s poor performance over the weekend, but the problem is more fundamental than that.
Column: Is anybody interested in the silent destruction of our communities?
Community projects decimated by funding reductions in recent budgets now face the prospect of commercial companies taking over their role, writes Rory Hearne.
Column: What does it mean to be an Irish American today?
It’s not a political bond or a business bond that binds Ireland and the US – it’s a bond between people, writes Sean Dunne.
€10,000 reward offered for information on gang attacking pensioners in Donegal
The community have come together to try and put an end to the attacks on the elderly.
"Community involvement" key for Ireland's energy plan
Environmentalist and TV presenter Duncan Stewart was speaking as ‘People’s Charter’ drawn up to tackle fuel poverty.
John Simpson and Jim Sheridan among speakers at Dalkey Book Festival
The weekend’s literature-packed event is aimed at boosting community spirit in the recession, organiser and economist David McWilliams told