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  • The Cinema Corner - December 8th
    The Cinema Corner – December 8th
    December 8, 2017 by
    One of the undisputed classics of British cinema, 1944’s A Matter of Life and Death has been newly restored and returns to the big screen at the Irish Film Institute this week. David Niven gives his most iconic performance as […]...
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  • Back to school budgeting
    Back to school budgeting
    The new school year has just begun and with it, its associated costs. The list is endless and it’s like a financial vicious circle. Most people could not afford to cover the back to school costs out of their income....
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  • Long Gaze Back  shows great perception
    Long Gaze Back shows great perception
    Dublin City Council’s award-winning initiative, One City One Book, has announced the choice for 2018: The Long Gaze Back, An Anthology of Irish Women Writers edited by Sinéad Gleeson. The scheme run by the public libraries service, which invites readers...
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Memory Lane

  • Artful characters
    Artful characters
    Do you remember the guy who used to camp down at Sandymount Strand that locals called ‘Moses’? Did you ever speak to the man or ever find out his background? Or how about the man who used to live down...
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  • A Mardi Gras for mutt and man
    A Mardi Gras for mutt and man
    The third Doggie Do with Dogs Trust was another amazing success, with pooches prancing on the dog walk in a bid to become The Dog of Dublin 2017. The furry festival took place on September 10th in Herbert...
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  • RDS Craft Awards Exhibition
    RDS Craft Awards Exhibition
    The excellence of Irish craft was on show again this year from August 2-13 at the RDS Craft Awards Exhibition. There were 336 entries across ten categories on display and for judging and while they may have been...
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  • 50/50 for 2020 Paralympics
    50/50 for 2020 Paralympics
    On Monday the 11th September Dave Tilly and Donnacha McCarthy set out for Rotterdam. Thanks to weekend overtime work at the Bicycle Design Centre, Naas, their tandem was repaired just in time and ready for the World Championship in Paratriathlon....
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Food & Wine

  • Food and Wine Awards Recognise D4
    Food and Wine Awards Recognise D4
    We have all known for quite a while that some of the best nosh and vino are to be found in Dublin 4. Well now it’s official with the arrival of the Irish Food and Wine Awards, as the organising...
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