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Senator Victor Boyhan is a regular contributor to Seanad Eireann debates.

He specialises in areas of concern to local councillors, local government and local enterprise.

He believes in transparency, openness and social justice.

He has taken an interest in the issue of refugees and the homelessness problem..


Dalkey is on 'fire tonight' as the Cuala's red & white chequered flags festoon the entire town waiting for the homecoming of our local hero's.

"It was a fantastic game, so proud of the lads the background team and Mattie Kenny, a glorious victory for sport in Dún Laoghaire Rathdown."

"The GAA is alive in South County Dublin - its time for more pitches and resources to be secured for sport."

- Senator Victor Boyhan

Event Date : Tuesday 17th April 2018.

Venue : Wood Quay Venue, Dublin City Council Offices, Dublin 8

Please RSVP to Paula Mitchum on 01-678 8858 or email by Thursday 12th April

In a further twist in the long running proposed cruise Line berth at Dun Laoghaire Harbour, An Bord Pleanála has written to Dun Laoghaire Harbour Company this week requesting them to furnish further information in relation to the effects on the environment of the proposed development. The board is also seeking further technical and scientific information on the project.

The multi-million site was bought by Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council in 2014
A multi-million 18th Century house and gardens once earmarked for a housing development is to be opened to the public.

Fernhill House and Gardens in Sandyford was bought by Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council (DLRCC) in 2014 for a snip of what it made in 2007 from €45m to €4.5m.

Dozens of South Americans and Eastern Europeans are unlawfully being rented "living space" in a single Co Dublin house in dangerous, unhealthy and cramped conditions, a court heard.

Barrister Liam O'Connell told Judge Jacqueline Linnane that he would be asking her to order Richard Stanley to immediately end the use of his property at Lehaunstown, Cabinteely, "as what can only be described as an unauthorised hostel".

We would like to say a HUGE thank you once again to all who have been involved with us, from start to finish, for this year's LAMA Community & Council Awards.

The Awards night couldn't have been any more spectacular with almost 400 of you from all corners of the country coming together to celebrate.