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This year
'An utter waste': Controversial transport training centre given extra €1.5 million public money
The NTA ended up paying €3.5 million of the €7.8 million cost to develop a centre to train disabled people. The initial NTA grant was for up to €2 million.
Last year
Just 82 dog fouling fines were handed out by local councils in 2022
All time
Opinion: 'I'm vision impaired, so every step I take brings a potential surprise'
Tabitha Kenlon
'White elephant': The €2.7m transport training centre causing conflict in disability community
'Technology is the great equaliser' - how two apps for those with impaired sight are levelling the playing field
'Outstanding achievement': High Court ruling paves the way for blind people to vote in secret
New app aims to help those with sight loss navigate the city
Want to be blindfolded - in the name of entertainment?
One person with diabetes goes blind each week in Ireland - Diabetes Action
Irish inventions helping those with sight loss