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Peop e Northside TEL: 01 8621611. Vol.23. No.34. VERIFIED READERSHIP 25 Aug - 31 Aug ‘10 EAST Sugarbabe Stunning Debs Dresses arriving weekly from America n Ope ys 7 Da-Sat Mon-7.30 9.30 39 Henry St., D.1. Tel: 8747091 Angry residents oppose DART Underground plan OVER 3,500 residents in East Wall are united in their opposition to Irish Rail’s plans for the DART Underground, which will see their area become a building site for the next 10 years due to tunnel boring. by Aoibhinn Twomey Locals were shocked to learn that East Wall is the only site where tunnel-boring machines will be assembled and launched as part of the construction of twinbore tunnels. To add insult to injury, the residents are furious that the area will not even get its own DART station despite having to bear the brunt of the works for the duration of the project should the proposal for the underground rail line go ahead as planned. Irish Rail had initially proposed that tunnelling would take place at two locations – Inchicore and East Wall. However, tunnelling at Inchicore was dropped for cost saving purposes. The plans were revealed when Irish Rail recently applied to An Bord Pleanala for a Railway Order. Angela Broderick, spokesperson for the Protect East Wall action group, said the entire community has been galvanised in its opposition to the plan, which she believes shows a “blatant disregard” for the community. Continued page 2 20 page Education Supplement ...inside ● GREAT SPECTACLE: Emily Cathcart (7), from Balbriggan, pictured with a giant Marmaduke at the recent Dogs Trust Re-homing Centre's Supporters’ Day, where many homed dogs returned for a reunion party. PHOTO: MARC O'SULLIVAN ● MISSING: Bernie Gavan Renewed appeal for missing Bernie on anniversary A NORTHSIDE woman has made a desperate appeal for information into the whereabouts of her sister on the third anniversary of her disappearance. Bernie Gavan, who was originally from Finglas, was last seen in the Phibsboro area at approximately 2.30pm on August 19, 2007. Bernie suffered from bipolar disorder and was due to turn 62 next month. Her heartbroken sister, Ann O’Hanlon, from Donaghmede, is hoping that a fresh appeal might bring to light information that will give the family some answers in relation to Bernie’s disappearance. “We really don’t know what happened to her,” Ann told Northside People. Continued page 2 CASH FOR GOLD Ireland Showrooms Charlestown SC, Finglas • Tel: 01 834 1607 Sum mer Sale WE BUY YOUR UNWANTED OLD OR NEW GOLD CHAIN, RINGS, NECKLACES, BRACELETS ETC. NOW ON!! UP TO 50% OFF ALL MADE TO MEASURE BLINDS Roller Blinds ................................from €19 Aluminium Venetian Blinds ........from €32 Vertical Blinds..............................from €30 Wood Venetian Blinds .................from €20 Extra discount available for Bulk Buying Free Estimates/Free fitting 3 Day Service on all blinds from measuring to fitting Bathroom Centre ANY CONDITION - CASH PAID For details Telephone: 087 265 7985 OMNI PARK S.C., SANTRY OPPOSITE THE SKY TV STAND. ID REQUIRED Open Mon, Tues, Wed 11am-5pm; Thurs, Fri 11am -9pm; Sat 11am-6pm; Sun 12am-6pm Open Thursdays until 7pm Northside Peop e 150 Harmonstown Rd, Raheny, D.5. EAST unrivalled coverage EVERY WEEK 45,000 COPIES VELUX SOLAR PANELS - INTELLIGENT HOT WATER  Tel: 8511700 w w w. d av i e s . i e

Northside People (East) August 25th 2010

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