Archive for August 2017

DCC Notes

DCC Notes

The Dublin City Council South East Area committee held meetings in June and July. Councillor Mannix Flynn requested that something be done about the rat infestation along the Dodder, specifically at the Milltown Car-Park Bring Centre. The manager replied that […]

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Scouting Update for Newsfour

Scouting Update for Newsfour

The Orion Beavers went to a summer camp at Portlick Scout Camp in County Westmeath. It was attended by 20 beavers from the group. They participated in events such as “obstacle courses, climbing walls, water slides and zip lines,” all […]

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Citizens Information Report

Citizens Information Report

A Window Into the Most Pressing Concerns of People in Dublin One in six adults living in the country contacted one of the country’s 42 Citizens Information Services (CIS) last year, including Dublin 2,4 and 6 Citizens Information Services, according […]

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Docklands Corporate Run Next Week

Accountancy firm Grant Thornton, experts in adding, subtracting, and even multiplying, will be holding their annual 5K corporate challenge on Wednesday 6th September. The route will include Sir John Rogersons Quay, Benson Street, Hannover Quay and Blood Stoney Road, so […]

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Detonation in Ballsbridge

Detonation in Ballsbridge

  A regular Monday morning in Ballsbridge, people heading to work, embassy staff opening the shutters, a bomb disposal team detonating a grenade. Yes you read that correctly, believe it or not, the Defence Forces bomb squad were called to […]

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Food and Wine Awards Recognise D4

We have all known for quite a while that some of the best nosh and vino are to be found in Dublin 4. Well now it’s official with the arrival of the Irish Food and Wine Awards, as the organising […]

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Vermeer Exhibition opens

Vermeer Exhibition opens

Masterpieces of a lauded Dutch painter are currently on exhibition within walking distance of Dublin 4. Vermeer And The Masters Of Genre Painting: Inspiration and Rivalry is currently being held in the National Gallery of Ireland, Merrion Square West. It […]

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National Gallery Historic Wings Reopen

National Gallery  Historic Wings Reopen

Fans of the National Gallery of Ireland will be happy to see that the extensive refurbishment of the gallery’s Historic Wings has finally been completed. The newly renovated areas of the gallery reopened to the public on June 15th, and […]

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Local Racquet Has Strong Aims

Local Racquet Has Strong Aims

Squash Link is an initiative to involve young girls and boys from Ringsend and further afield in sport. This is done through the sport of squash. They play in the Sportsco facility, which is located in South Lotts Road, Ringsend. […]

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The Cinema Corner – August 25th

The Cinema Corner - August 25th

A classic of the action genre, James Cameron’s Terminator 2: Judgment Day has been restored under the director’s supervision and plays in cinemas on Tuesday for one day only. Unfortunately it’s in 3D, but it’s well worth revisiting this on […]

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