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  • Write it out
    Write it out
    January 16, 2020 by
    BY Kathrin Kobus The first month of the year 2020 is already passed the halfway mark, A new decade has begun and there is one strong advice we will have to follow throughout this year. Do not abbreviate simply to […]...
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  • Pride of the Neighbourhood
    Pride of the Neighbourhood
    BY Kathrin Kobus The year 2019 concluded  for St. Patricks Rowing Club with a truly huge award they received at the Lyrath Hotel in Kilkenny on the 30th of November. The very same day the boats were out on the...
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  • MoLI Blooms: the new Museum of Literature Ireland
    MoLI Blooms: the new Museum of Literature Ireland
    By Peter McNamara The new Museum of Literature Ireland, also known as MoLI (a reference to the legendary character Molly Bloom in Joyce’s Ulysses) opened its doors this September. MoLI is located on Stephen’s Green, in buildings which housed UCD...
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Memory Lane

  • The story of John Hearn
    The story of John Hearn
    By Peter McNamara For over 70 years, a question mark hung over the fate of local lad John Hearn. In 1939, he went off to join the merchant navy during the Second World War, aged 19. From that date, up...
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  • Art Source 2019
    Art Source 2019
    By Geneva Pattison The largest art fair in Ireland made a welcome return to Dublin from the 15th to the 17th of November in the RDS. Art Source featured work from 200 professional artists and galleries, from both...
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  • Sunday Service of a different kind
    Sunday Service of a different kind
    Paddy Cullivan and Larissa Nolan will be joined by our editor Beibhinn Byrne together with Sunday Business Post journalist Richie Oakley on Sunday 24th November at Tailor’s Hall 12pm (opposite Christchurch Cathedral) to rustle through print fresh Sunday...
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  • Quo Vadis … FAI
    Quo Vadis … FAI
    BY Kathrin Kobus Trouble was mounting at the end of 2019 for Irish football especially off the pitch. What has come to light in recent weeks and months makes for uncomfortable reading regarding the future of the whole organisation. John...
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