Archive for March 2016

Celebrate Irish Youth Music at the Aviva

Celebrate Irish Youth Music at the Aviva

On Saturday April 16, some of Ireland’s most promising musical talent will come to the Aviva Stadium for the Irish Youth Music Awards.

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Save Lives with Organ Donor Awareness Week

Organised by the Irish Kidney Association, Organ Donor Awareness Week begins on April 2 and will run until April 9. The national launch took place at 12.30 p.m. on Tuesday 29 March at Mansion House, Dublin. The launch was hosted […]

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Cinema Roundup March 25th

Two must see new releases this week; the first is Disorder, a French thriller starring European man of the moment Matthias Schoenaerts as a PTSD suffering soldier who takes a job guarding the wife and son of a shady businessman. Director Alice […]

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Have Your Say with the Sports and Wellbeing Survey

Have Your Say with the Sports and Wellbeing Survey

Dublin City Council has recently established the Dublin City Sport and Wellbeing Partnership, which aims to improve the quality of life for people living and working in Dublin.

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Let Your Voice Be Heard on the Ringsend Wastewater Project

Let Your Voice Be Heard on the Ringsend Wastewater Project

Residents of Dublin 4 can have their voice heard by participating in the Irish Water consultation on the Ringsend Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade Project. They can do this by making a submission with their feedback on the project scoping documents.

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Support Cystic Fibrosis in the VHI Women’s Mini-Marathon

Support Cystic Fibrosis in the VHI Women’s Mini-Marathon

Cystic Fibrosis Ireland work hard to provide services for sufferers of cystic fibrosis and their families.

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This Week on NewsFour: March 14 – 21

This Week on NewsFour: March 14 – 21

In 2009 a group of former Dublin dockworkers joined forces with Labour historians to form the Dublin Dock Workers Preservation Society. Read more… Help Complete the Collection: Waterfront News The National Print Museum is honored to allow the public an […]

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Cinema Roundup March 18th

John Carpenter’s cult ’80s satire They Live plays Saturday night at the Lighthouse. The late wrestler/actor Roddy Piper gives an iconic performance as John Nada, a homeless construction worker who uncovers a David Icke style alien conspiracy. The movie is famous […]

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Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day by viewing the Proclamation

Celebrate St. Patrick's Day by viewing the Proclamation

A significant event in the Rising was Patrick Pearse reading aloud the Proclamation of the Irish Republic outside the GPO on Easter Monday, 24 April 1916. It is a symbol which proclaims independence, justifies rebellion and offers a vision of […]

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Help Complete the Collection: Waterfront News

Since 2009 the Dublin Dock Workers Preservation Society have made it their mission to preserve the history of the Dublin Docks and honor the men and women that worked inside the dock gates and in the surrounding dockland industries. They […]

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