Archive for October 2013

This Week’s Cinema Round-Up

This Week's Cinema Round-Up

What better way to spend Halloween night than at the movies? Tonight, the LightHouse cinema will transform into Franken-House with a night of Frankenstein movies. The evening kicks off with a choice of either a recorded showing of Danny Boyle’s […]

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Should Ireland Legalise Cannabis?

Should Ireland Legalise Cannabis?

Independent TD Luke ‘Ming’ Flanagan recently launched the Cannabis Regulation Bill 2013 which is due to be voted on by the Dáil on November 6th. The bill allows for legal, regulated use of cannabis for medicinal and recreational purposes. Flanagan […]

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Winter’s coming!

Winter's coming!

The clocks going back marked the seasonal changes with daylight saving time starting at 1am on Sunday morning with the only 25 hour day of the year and will go forward again on Sunday 30th of March 2014. This bank […]

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Do you know these little critters?

Do you know these little critters?

Thanks to Maggie Biggs for sending NewsFour this gem that includes unidentified children from the local area. If you think you can help us out with naming them, drop us a line.

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Cinema Roundup

Cinema Roundup

If you’re a fan of horror movies (and at this time of year, who isn’t?) then Dublin is the place to be this weekend with two festivals bringing fright flicks to the big screen. Horrorthon takes place in the Irish […]

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The Leinster V Connacht Match is Gonna Be a Howl

The Leinster V Connacht Match is Gonna Be a Howl

Leinster Rugby are going all out for Halloween with a ghoulish theme set to take over the Leinster V Connacht game at the RDS. The event, officially titled the Halloween Thriller Event, happens on Saturday October 26th with kick-off at […]

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Will the budget affect the hospitality trade?

Will the budget affect the hospitality trade?

On Tuesday, two months earlier this year than normal, details of the budget were released. As expected, a now annual hike in the price of alcohol was implemented, with beer and spirits rising by 10 cent, while wine sees an […]

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Barking Mad?

Barking Mad?

As with all things in life, Shelbourne Park has changed somewhat throughout the years. The former football ground, beside the Dodder River, is now better known for the noble sport of greyhound racing than goal scoring. Yet this sport has […]

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Cricket, Lovely Cricket

Cricket, Lovely Cricket

To celebrate the Gathering, Pembroke Cricket Club held a reunion for its past members in May. The event included a gala dinner and a memorabilia exhibition in the club’s grounds. The organisers requested that members bring old photographs or other […]

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Railway Union RFC

The new season is well and truly underway at Railway Union RFC, with men, women and underage teams all back at training since July. Sunday 8th September saw the launch of the Railway Locos, the minis programme which caters for […]

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