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  • The Cinema Corner - March 24th
    The Cinema Corner – March 24th
    March 24, 2017 by
    Based on the life of British explorer Percy Fawcett, The Lost City of Z is an elegant piece of classical filmmaking that could fool you into believing it was made by David Lean five decades ago. Shot on 35mm film […]...
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Community

  • DCC Notes
    DCC Notes
    Meetings of the South East Area Committee were held in December and January. A range of issues were discussed. In the December meeting, Cllr Paddy McCartan raised the issue of the new development, Dunluce, a series of apartments in Ballsbridge,...
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Culture

  • Paul Kennedy and the Watersedge Drama Group
    Paul Kennedy and the Watersedge Drama Group
    NewsFour caught up with local Ringsend playwright and drama teacher Paul Kennedy to talk about his life and work in the field of drama and his passionate work with the local community. Readers may remember the success of his last...
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Memory Lane

  • One park, two families, four generations
    One park, two families, four generations
    Aoife is an aspiring writer and has contacted NewsFour through her parents. We were delighted to include this piece that showcases Aoife’s talent. Hopefully we’ll see more of her published work in the future! Herbert Park is a park located...
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Events

  • Darkness Into Light Goes Local
    Darkness Into Light Goes Local
    2017 will be the first year that “Darkness into light” will be organised in the Ringsend, Sandymount, Pearse Street and North Inner City areas in order to raise funds for Pieta House, the suicide and self harm crisis...
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  • Mystery History Cabaret
    Mystery History Cabaret
    “Roll up, Roll Up. The magical mystery tour is waiting to take you away” wrote the Beatles back in 1967. Fifty years later and Ringsend’s own mystery tour kicked off last night as local residents boarded a special...
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Sport

  • Old Wesley celebrate 125 years
    Old Wesley celebrate 125 years
    Old Wesley Rugby Club celebrated its 125th Birthday in style with a Dinner Dance on St. Patrick’s Eve at the Ballsbridge Hotel. Some 400 members and guests were treated to an entertaining questions and answers session compered by club member...
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Food & Wine

  • Coffee to save the day
    Coffee to save the day
    Fairchain and Fairtrade are two different initiatives to give third world countries a fair price for their produce. Fairtrade Ireland first came to these shores in 2003 and since then has seen 51 towns across Ireland using Fairtrade channels. The...
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