Archive for February 2017

Ask your Local Representative

Do you live in Ringsend or Irishtown? Do you have a burning question about your local area that you want to ask an elected representative? If it’s not rude, then you may still have time to get it to the […]

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Strong local entries at Young Scientist

Strong local entries at Young Scientist

If you were ever worried about what’s in store for the next generation, a trip to BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition (BTYSE) in the RDS at the start of the year would have put your mind at ease. The […]

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Aircoach changes local routes

Aircoach changes local routes

Aircoach have recently reviewed the Killiney to Dublin Airport Services route. Key elements of this timetable revision will see a change in the routing of the Killiney service, which will now operate via Ballsbridge. This will result in an improved […]

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Mystery History Cabaret

Mystery History Cabaret

“Roll up, Roll Up. The magical mystery tour is waiting to take you away” wrote the Beatles back in 1967. Fifty years later and Ringsend’s own mystery tour kicked off last night as local residents boarded a special orange double […]

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The Cinema Corner – February 23rd

The Cinema Corner - February 23rd

It’s a strong week for new releases. The best of the bunch is Patriots Day, a nail-biting dramatisation of the events surrounding the 2013 Boston marathon bombing and the subsequent manhunt to find its perpetrators. The movie commendably steers clear […]

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Dean Swift Exhibition visits Pearse Street Library

Dean Swift Exhibition visits Pearse Street Library

Pearse Street library recently hosted an interesting exhibition of materials relating to ‘Gulliver’s Travels’ author Jonathan Swift. The exhibition was opened on January 7th by Deputy Lord Mayor of Dublin, Rebecca Moynihan. Among other valuable artefacts, the display included a […]

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CoderDojo – a global network

CoderDojo – a global network

CoderDojo, the worldwide movement that teaches young people to code, is going from strength to strength these days. Co-founded just four years ago by Cork teenager, James Whelton, the free and volunteer-based community groups now have programming classes all around […]

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Ringsend and Irishtown: Reshaping on the horizon

Ringsend and Irishtown:  Reshaping on the horizon

Local Environment Improvement Plans for Ringsend and Irishtown will be announced shortly by landscape architects Mitchell and Associates, conditional on Dublin City Council agreement. The plans are in the middle stage of development and much of it may be subject […]

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RICCY’s Cafe: Here to help

RICCY’s Cafe: Here to help

Ringsend Irishtown Community Centre Youth Café (RICCY’s Café), located on the Irishtown Road has been open since November of 2015 and has become a popular haunt for the kids in the area. Newsfour met the RICCYs café team; Niamh, Amy, […]

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The Cinema Corner – February 17th

The Cinema Corner - February 17th

Keanu Reeves return to the role of bearded butcher in John Wick: Chapter Two. It’s a rare sequel that improves on the original, with a more even pace and an expansion of the fascinating criminal world established in the first […]

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