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  • Public Transport for free – in Luxembourg
    Public Transport for free – in Luxembourg
    February 12, 2020 by
    BY Kathrin Kobus When back in autumn 2018 BusConnects first plans for redesigning the public transport network were announced the reaction was – mixed. Spines, orbitals, radials were word coinages we have to get familiar with. And of course a […]...
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Community

  • Sean Moore Community Awards 2020
    Sean Moore Community Awards 2020
    Working with our sponsor, the Aviva Stadium, and our media partner NewsFour, we are delighted to confirm that the Sean Moore Community Awards – first established during the 1988 Dublin Millennium – will again be presented in March 2020, at...
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Culture

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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Events

  • “Raytown” Men’s Shed Race Night
    “Raytown” Men’s Shed Race Night
    By Peter McNamara The newly christened “Raytown Men’s Shed” held a packed-out race night fundraiser at the Poolbeg Marina, on November 29th. A special projector was set up, which showed random past races run by anonymous horses. There...
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Sport

  • Charlie O’Hagan The Entertainer – part 2
    Charlie O’Hagan The Entertainer – part 2
    By Gavan Bergin Charlie O’ Hagan played his second international game for Ireland against Wales in Belfast on April 4th 1905. In that match Ireland started poorly, with Wales dominating the early stages. Though Ireland won the ball back quickly...
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