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FE E RPART OF DUBLIN PEOPLE MEDIA GROUP www.dublinpeople.com Tel: 01 862161110th April - 16th April ‘19Vol.32. No.15EAST1 FREE NEWSPAPERS Scourge Creating of illegal awareness dumping to be tackledUNRIVALLED WEEKLY DISTRIBUTION ACROSS OUR 3 TITLESDUBLIN’SAoife Bullock, Mya O’Hara and Boland, students at Manor House School, pictured with the mural they created at Kilbarrack Train mfcu Feb 13.pdf 1 Jennifer 07/02/2019 12:36 Station to promote positive mental health. See story on Page 8. PHOTO: LORRAINE O’SULLIVAN/SHARPPIXOPINION PAGE 4CMYCMMYCYCMYKBANKS DON’T LEND UP TO €75,000 EASILY.Housing needs Baby JJ HarfordMemory laneSean Moynihan, chief executive of the charity ALONE, says there needs to be a choice in housing to allow older people to age in place.Enjoy a nostalgic trip down memory lane with Northside People’s hugely popular ‘From the Archives’ page of old stories and photos.Swords Boxing Club held a fundraising event in memory of local boy JJ Harford who died at just 10-weeks-old, leaving his family devastated.HEADSTONES BY ROBINSONSUP TO €75,000, ALL ONLINEwww.mfcu.iePhone: 01 8470600#OutOfTheBlue Member First Credit Union Ltd. is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland. Lending criteria, terms and conditions apply.ILLEGAL dumpers are poking their finger in the eye of communities all over the country. They are the words of Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment Richard Bruton. The Minister was speaking at an announcement in Darndale that €3 million in funding will be provided to the Anti-Dumping Initiative programme to support communities around the country to tackle illegal dumping.Minister Bruton said: “We can only stamp it (illegal dumping) out if we work together. “This money will step up the chances of catching the offenders and will provide help to those who want to do the right thing. “Innovation, surveillance using drones, special collections for awkward items like mattresses, spreading awareness among young people and recognising the work of volunteers can all play a role.” continued on page 2ARCHIVES PAGE 43NEWS PAGE 6Headstones Inscriptions Renovations Cleaning Grave accessoriesWE’RE NOT A BANK.No.Unit 2, Eklad Park, Malahide Road, Ind Estate, Coolock, Dublin 17 www.robinsonstone.ieCOME VISIT OURSHOWROOM TODAY2NORTHSIDE PEOPLE EAST 10.04.19Scourge of illegal dumping to be tackled with new funding NEW NAME, NEW IDEAScontinued from P1 targeting blackspots. “Since 2017, the AntiDumping Initiative (ADI) Minister Bruton said programme has removed there are plans to put some 5,000 tonnes of a special emphasis onillegal waste from some of the country’s most notorious fly tipping blackspots,” he said. “In the vast majority ofJEFFJOHNSTON Iarrthóir Toghcáin Áitiúil - Barda Chluain Tarbh Local Election Candidate - Clontarf Ward 086 835 4008j.johnstonFG@gmail.com@jeff johnston JeffJohnstonFGWorking for you in Clontarf with Cllr Naoise Ó MuíríMinister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment, Richard Bruton, with Madeleine Ebbs, Dublin City Council, at the funding announcement in Darndale.Slim 4 Life FOR MEN & WOMEN 100% Irish Owned Company Thank you for choosing Irish. 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Ms Ebbs welcomed the announcement and said it will go a long way towards tackling the scourge of illegal dumping. “This is a very serious issue that is affecting many areas all over the country and any initiatives that help to curb this problem are to be welcomed,” she said. Local councillor Larry O’Toole (SF) said: “While I welcome Minister Bruton’s initiative, I hope that it is not just spin.“We need a serious all encompassing response to the problem of illegal dumping. Dublin City Council, gardai, the local community and the minister’s own department have a role to play”. Cllr O’Toole added: “I would like to invite the minister to meet with local representatives and community members to further discuss possible solutions to this very serious issue.” Funding to the AntiDumping Initiative programme is increasing to €3 million this year, a 50 percent increase on last year. 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Jamie is an avid reader and enjoys reading the Alex Rider series. Eason Spelling Bee is the very definition of fun for school kids, encouraging them to read more, expand their vocabulary and fall in love with literacy.Brendan Corbett, Group Head of Marketing at Eason, said: “We’re now in the ninth year of the Eason Spelling Bee and we’re incredibly proud to see it going from strength to strength annually. “Each year, the children involved continue to impress us with their level of spelling skill and it’s wonderful to see schools across the country continuing to support this competition.” Along with the prestigious title of Eason Spelling Bee 2019 Champion, the winning speller in the national competition will also take home a collection of books for their school library worth €7,500 as well as a personal collection of books worth €500. This year, 900 schoolsaround Ireland will take part in the nationwide contest. Eason is partnering with Today FM for a fourth year and, in early summer, presenterAlison Curtis will host the Provincial and All Ireland Spelling Bee Finals. The Dublin final took place at the Carlton Hotel, Dublin Airport onApril 2. You can keep up to date with all the 2019 Spelling Bee buzz at www.easons.com/ spellingbee and @easons #EasonSpellingBeeCllr. Seán PaulMahonWorking With Communitiesseanpaul.mahon@dublincity.ieWhen the time comes to say goodbye...Make sure you give your old vehicle a proper send off. If the time has come to dispose of your old car or small van, ELVES are here to help you say a proper goodbye. ELVES can help you find a permitted scrapyard and our website will show you the simple steps to take, to ensure that you are no longer responsible for your vehicle.Visit www.elves.ie to find your nearest permitted scrapyard.087 235 3552Opinion4NORTHSIDE PEOPLE EAST 10.04.19Helping our older people to age in place SEAN MOYNIHAN CEO ALONE www.alone.ieIN OUR experience, there needs to be choice in housing to allow older people to age in place. This is why we are calling for a ‘spectrum of housing’ that not only takes into consideration the needs of older people from a health, community and social inclusion perspective, but also shows an awareness of the need for differentprice points. ALONE values the importance of community-based supports to be in place on the ground to enable the older person to overcome challenges, as well as being able to access the benefits and resources that will enable them to remain living at home. ALONE estimates that, at any one time, 20 percent of older people require some level of support intervention. Now is the time to begin the process of building communities for people to live in throughout their life-cycle and to support older people to age in place, preparing for the demographic change and addressing gaps in housing options.There needs to be choice in housing for older people. PHOTO: BIGSTOCK We believe that further planning needs to take place to ensure that this housing is located in areas of high demand, close to people’s current homes. This will ensure that people are not displaced from their communities and forced to move away from their families and social networks. National planning policy should make sites available for local authorities and Approved Housing Bodies to provide more social housing with supports for older people, and for private developers to provide affordable housing. Thisneeds to become an integral part of creating age-friendly communities. The cost of building smaller homes for older people is estimated between €10,000 and €20,000 cheaper than building three and four-bed family homes. This will also reduce the incidence of older people having to remain in acute hospital settings due to lack of housing options available or long delays in housing adaptations, and will reduce the numbers of older people moving to costly nursing home provision due to lack of alternative supports.20% OFFTriple Glazingcopy from ad id 21602for April Change grey background on logo OnlyWINDOWS & DOORSto white & move up huge sale section to showHighest off pic belowQuality itWindows & DoorsPhone: 01 8970777 • Mobile: 086 8970777 • www.dbestwindows.ie (LANDLINE MAY HAVE INTERUPTIONS DUE TO REFURBISHMENT)15YR GUARANTEE ON OUR ELITE 1,000 RANGE • HOME IMPROVEMENT GRANTSIt is estimated that the cost to the ‘Fair Deal’ scheme will increase by an additional €729m annually by 2031 as a result of demographic changes. The pressure on the private rented sector and HAP Scheme will also reduce. 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ASK STAFF FOR DETAILS02/04/2019 14:066NORTHSIDE PEOPLE EAST 10.04.19Fundraiser held in memory of Baby JJ A NORTHSIDE sports club recently hosted a very special fundraisingevent in memory of a local child who died at just 10-weeks-old.Councillor Cllr Tom BRABAZON Tom BRABAZON Representing ALL of the areas Standing up for our communityRepresenting ALLof of the following areas: which consistsDonaghmede, Ayrfield, Ard na Greine, Edenmore Greenwood, Clarehall, Clongriffin, Grange Abbey, Grattan Lodge and Wood, Kilbarrack, Foxfield, Maywood Bettyglen, St Assams, Avondale, Woodbine, Grange Park, Belmont Park, Ashcroft , Swans Nest/Mount Olive, Briarfield, Roseglen, Thornville, Limewood, Lough Derg, Howth Road, Foxes Lane, Howth Road, Donahies , Belmayne, Foxhill etcOn March 15 the Swords Boxing Club community held a charity coffee morning in memory of Baby JJ Harford who died suddenly on February 17. The coffee morning which raised in excess of €2,500 was organised by JJ’s parents Grainne and Joey Harford along with his sisters Amber and Ava, and was attended by family, friends and the club’s members. The nominated charity on the morning was FirstLight, formerlyknown as Irish Sudden Infant Death Association (ISIDA), which was founded in 1977. FirstLight provides crisis intervention and free professional counselling services throughout Ireland to bereaved parents and family members who have suddenly lost a child up to 18 years. Speaking about the coffee morning and their son, Baby JJ, Grainne, who lives in Swords, said: “Thank you toall involved in both organising the coffee morning and all that came along to support it. “Our lives have changed dramatically since losing our baby son to cot death at just 10 weeks. He was such a healthy and happy baby that it's hard to understand why this happened. “Everyone who met JJ fell in love with him and we are devastated he is gone and miss our baby boy so much but he will never be forgotten. OurBaby JJ Harford pictured with his two sisters Amber and Ava. JJ died at just 10-weeks-old. family will always talk about him and keep his memory alive. “He was so special to us all and the happiness he brought was incredible. My heart would just burst every time he smiled. Itom.brabazon@dublincity.ie 086 8092944 NOTARY PUBLIC Fionnuala Sheehan, chief executive of FirstLight (right) receives the cheque from the Harford family at Swords Boxing Club.loved every second being with him.” Grainne said it’s heartbreaking for any family to lose a child. “A part of you dies with them, there is an emptiness that cannot be ever filled,” she added. “Only other families in our same position really understand this and we hope they also can get the support and counselling they need provided by FirstLight.” Fionnuala Sheehan, chief executive of FirstLight, said: “We would like to sincerely thank the entire Harford family and Swords Boxing Club community for their overwhelming generosity. “These vital donations will greatly help FirstLight in continuing to support suddenly bereaved families nationwide.” FirstLight operates a 24/7 emergency helpline 1850 391 391. For more information, visit www. firstlight.ie 7NORTHSIDE PEOPLE EAST 10.04.19NOW OPEN AT C A R LTO N H O T E L D U B L I N A I R P O R T M A I N C O U R S E F R O M €13.95 O P E N F O R B R E A K FA S T, L U N C H & D I N N E R D A I LYC a r l t o n H o t e l + 3 5 3 1 8 6 6 75 0 0r e s e r v a t i o n s @ m a y fl y r e s t a u r a n t . c o mSpend €50 get €10 back * T & C s : E x p i r e s 3 0 t h J u n e 2 0 19 Reservations advisable P r e s e n t v o u c h e r t o r e d e e m o ff e r M AY F LY R E S T A U R A N T C A R L T O N H O T E L D U B L I N A I R P O R T8NORTHSIDE PEOPLE EAST 10.04.19Mural’s mental health message A NEW mural that highlights the importance of mental health and aims to end the stigma around it was unveiled on the Northside last week. The mural, which was created by local students from Manor House School in conjunction with Iarnród Éireann, was unveiled at Kilbarrack DART Station. Kilbarrack native and Manor House pupil, Aoife Bullock, devised the idea to help brighten up the station and spread the message of positive mental health, which is also central to Iarnród Éireann’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) strategy. This is not the first mural to be placed at the station, which has a tradition of artwork being created by local groups and people. Speaking at the unveiling, Aoife said: “As students we wanted to spread a message that it is ok not to feel ok andthat we should not be afraid to talk about our mental health. “We wanted to play an active role in our community and to make a difference.” The mural contains positive messages and also the Samaritans’ contact number. Iarnród Éíreann’s corporate social responsibility strategy focuses heavily on mental health causes. The company is the chief sponsor of the Cycle Against Suicide, is a distribution partner for Green Ribbon in the month of May and also works closely with the Samaritans. It is planned that more murals will be put in the station in the future by Iarnród Éireann in conjunction with local community partners. Kilbarrack Station Manager John Donegan said: “The murals we have here have always helped brighten up the station and we are delighted to see another addition, particularlyPictured at the unveiling of the new mural at Kilbarrack Train Station were Aoife Bullock, Kilbarrack Station Manager John Donegan, Mya O’Hara, teacher Warren Montgomery and Jennifer Boland. PHOTO: LORRAINE O’SULLIVAN/SHARPPIX one with such an important message.” Other murals locatedOFFSITE UNRESERVED CLEARANCEAUCTION OF HEATING, PLUMBING & RENEWABLESWilsons Auctions, Dublin Saturday 13th April | 11amON BID LINE AVA DING ILA BLEWe have received instruction from Arcon Energy Efficient Supplies to sell by Unreserved Public Auction over 200 Lots. The auction will take place at:thepremises premisesofofArcon ArconEnergy EnergyEfficient Efficient Supplies, Unit Monskland Retail Park, Athlone the Supplies, Unit 9, 9, Monskland Retail Park, AthloneLorFor more information contact: Shanta Lawlor shantalawlor@wilsonsauctions.com 086 8361 148Kingswood Interchange, Exit 2 Naas Road, Dublin 22, 01 464 2800Lee Geary leegeary@wilsonsauctions.com 086 816 6809for more information visit www.wilsonsauctions.comBELFAST | PORTADOWN | DARLY | DUBLIN | TELFORD | QUEENSFERRY | NEWCASTLE | MAIDSTONE | NEWPORTat the station depict Ireland’s World Cup journey in Italia ‘90 andanother mural carries a strong message against bullying.Thousands of passengers pass by the murals every day atKilbarrack and it has become a key feature of people’s journeys.Reid gets top HSE job FINGAL County Council chief executive Paul Reid has been appointed asthe new Director General of the Health Service Executive.Mr Reid will leave his position on May 13 after the final monthly meeting of the current council. Mr Reid said: “It is both an honour and a privilege to have been appointed to such an important role that impacts on the lives of everyone in the State. "However, it will certainly be with a heavy heart that I will leave Fingal County Council. I can say for sure that being in the role as chief executive of Fingal, for the past five years, has been the best and most fulfilling job that I have had in my career to date. "I have had the opportunity to make an impact on the quality of life of all of the people, business and communities of Fingal that we serve." Mr Reid said a lot has been achieved over the last five years.   "I was delighted when I came in 2014 to find a body of councillors who were committed to the council’s vision of making Fingal the place of choice in Ireland to live, work, visit and do business," he said. "Over the past five years there wasalways a willingness to find t
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