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  • Darkness into Light goes local
    Darkness into Light goes local
    April 28, 2017 by
    Local preparations are being made for the first ever Pieta House Darkness into Light walk in Ringsend. The walk is to raise funds for the suicide and self-harm prevention centre. The 5km walk will take place at 4.15am on Saturday […]...
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Community

  • Facebook and Google in the Community
    Facebook and Google in the Community
    The tax affairs of locally based IT giants Facebook and Google hit the headlines late last year when it was revealed that both firms paid remarkably low tax rates on huge profits generated in Ireland in 2015. If as critics...
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Culture

Memory Lane

  • Monkstown RC plaque honours war dead
    Monkstown RC plaque honours war dead
    November 24th last year saw Monkstown FC, on Park Avenue, Sandymount, unveil a new plaque in their clubhouse in commemoration of past members who perished in the First World War. The event saw a large turnout comprised of club members,...
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Events

  • Easter bunny comes to Ringsend
    Easter bunny comes to Ringsend
    This Easter sees Ringsend residents with a couple of choices on how to celebrate the burial and resurrection of the almighty egg. Tunnelling tikes and burrowing babies can opt for at least two ways to unearth the cherished...
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  • Dublin book initiative launches
    Dublin book initiative launches
    Wednesday at Pearse street library sees the launch of Dublin City Council’s “One City, One Book” initiative. The idea is to encourage everyone to read a book connected with the capital city during the month of April every...
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Sport

  • Game on again at Lansdowne
    Game on again at Lansdowne
    Lansdowne Lawn Tennis Club was officially reopened on March 4th. It has been refurbished to the tune of €1.2 million and it is the club’s sixth refurbishment. The club dates back to 1875, when it was founded by Henry Dunlop....
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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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