Archive for December 2014

Halloween in the Heritage Garden

Halloween in the Heritage Garden

Donnybrook played its part in this year’s Halloween festivities with a fun-filled event in The Heritage Garden on Bloomfield Avenue. The centre’s Celebration of Halloween took place on November 1st on a somewhat stormy evening packed with fancy dress, games, […]

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The Green Scene: Seasonal Magic

The Green Scene: Seasonal Magic

Winter draws in on us. All year we have watched nature moving. In Autumn it begins to slow down, perhaps to give us an opportunity to take a moment and appreciate the seasons that have passed. Now it’s winter, and […]

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Picture Roundup

Picture Roundup

Debut author Sharon Black (on right) launched her romantic comedy, Going Against Type, in Sandymount on Thursday, November 13. The book launch – which was introduced by singer and actress Honor Heffernan. Going Against Type, which is set against the […]

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DCC Notes

DCC Notes

The South East Area committee have met twice since NewsFour last reported. There have been a number of issues put to the council and the most pertinent are reported here. The council reported that the Feasibility Cost Estimate of the […]

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Dancehall Days

Dancehall Days

Stuck for gift ideas for a loved one who has everything? Has that same person spent any of their days in the dancehalls of the 50s and 60s, or can they appreciate good photography? Dancehall Days could be the answer […]

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The Cummins family

The Cummins family

We would like to express how grateful we all are for the support shown to us by everyone at the sad passing of Ross, much loved son and brother. To everyone from Ringsend, Irishtown and Pearse Street. To Betty Purdy, […]

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NewsFour’s 10 Best Movies of 2014

NewsFour's 10 Best Movies of 2014

As we reach the end of another year, it’s time to look back at NewsFour’s favourite movies of 2014. 10. The Grand Budapest Hotel Wes Anderson’s beautifully crafted films have always left us cold but with GBH he finally managed […]

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Growing Hair for Hilary

Growing Hair for Hilary

The staff of Dublin Bus Ringsend Garage saw the fruits of their fundraising labours rewarded on November 6th. The depot ran a Movember-themed campaign called Grow Hair for Hilary on behalf of Hilary Dempsey, a Dublin Bus inspector and colleague […]

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Poet in Profile: The Cream of the Milk

Poet in Profile: The Cream of the Milk

Part of the fun of contemporary poetry is the fact that it is culturally marginal in one sense (at least compared to TV box-sets and Tumblr) but has a large dedicated audience. That combination of sometimes fringe-y art concerns and […]

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Christmas Events at Pearse Street Library

Christmas Events at Pearse Street Library

This week sees Pearse Street Library play host to two Christmas events. Get ready to join in with the Ceiliúradh Chamber Choir tonight at 7.15pm, as they go on a Carolling Trot Around Europe. Directed by Breda O’Shea, the choir […]

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