Archive for March 2017

The Cinema Corner – March 31st

The Cinema Corner - March 31st

Forget the first two Godfather movies; Francis Ford Coppola’s finest work is the movie he made in between those films, 1974’s The Conversation. Gene Hackman delivers one of American cinema’s all-time great performances as a surveillance engineer who begins to […]

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Dodder gathering at Herbert Park

Dublin City Council are hosting an event at the Hive in Herbert Park this Saturday and Sunday in conjunction with Dodder Action. From 2pm to 4pm on Saturday, a range of wildlife experts, scientists and environmental experts from DCC Parks […]

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Dog day afternoon at UCD

This Saturday sees the 2017 instalment of the annual Woodland Walkies event at UCD. The day which features dog walks, puppy orienteering and a Q&A session with a top vet, is a chance for UCD’s alumni, students, staff and the […]

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The Little Egret – The Snowy White Heron

The Little Egret - The Snowy White Heron

On a casual day while walking along the River Dodder, from the Aviva Stadium up to where the Dodder merges into the Grand Canal and where there is a confluence of the Dodder and the River Liffey, I arrive at […]

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New guest at the Pigeon House Hotel

New guest at the Pigeon House Hotel

It’s been a long time since anyone checked into the Pigeon House Hotel on Poolbeg Peninsula. Certainly, you’re not going to find many reviews on Tripadvisor or see it featured on any travel programmes. But it seems the unlikely ‘guesthouse’ […]

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International conference at print museum

An international conference on twentieth century printing history is to be held at the National Print Museum on the 30th and 31st March, 2017. The conference, entitled “From craft to technology and back again: print’s progress in the twentieth century”, […]

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Guaranteed Irish Heroes

Business group “Guaranteed Irish” are calling for individuals and organisations in Dublin to get involved in their Guaranteed Irish ‘Hero’ Awards. The scheme is designed to recognise the work of individuals who are considered ambassadors for Ireland both at home […]

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This Week on NewsFour: March 20 – 24

2017 will be the first year that “Darkness into light” will be organised in the Ringsend, Sandymount, Pearse Street and North Inner City areas…Read more… UCD boatmen get their ducks in a row UCD rowers had a successful day on […]

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One park, two families, four generations

One park, two families, four generations

Aoife is an aspiring writer and has contacted NewsFour through her parents. We were delighted to include this piece that showcases Aoife’s talent. Hopefully we’ll see more of her published work in the future! Herbert Park is a park located […]

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Paul Kennedy and the Watersedge Drama Group

Paul Kennedy and the Watersedge Drama Group

NewsFour caught up with local Ringsend playwright and drama teacher Paul Kennedy to talk about his life and work in the field of drama and his passionate work with the local community. Readers may remember the success of his last […]

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