Archive for August 2018

EU to decide on time amendments

EU to decide on time amendments

By Kathrin Kobus In about eight weeks time daylight saving time will end and winter time will begin. It is supposed that this will be one of the last times these changes will be in effect after the majority of […]

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The Spiritual Source Connecting with your inner child

By Eoin Meegan Judith McAdam is a Reiki healer, kinesiologist and theologian, whose new book The Source charts her own spiritual journey, as well as laying a path for anyone who wishes to achieve greater freedom in their lives. “Everything […]

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St Patrick’s Church weekly draw 27th of August

St Patrick's Church weekly draw 27th of August
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Solar Bones

Solar Bones

By Kathrin Kobus Literary Dublin, literary Ireland. The month of June sees one event after another, sometimes two or more in one week as is the case with Yeats and Bloomsday. These celebrate the canon but contemporary literature also leaves […]

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Goodbye to all that

Goodbye to all that

By Eoin Meegan Kiely’s pub in the heart of Donnybrook village is about to close its doors for the last time. The pub has been part of the history of Donnybrook for many long years with the present owners Pat […]

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New Stella Maris clubhouse completed

New Stella Maris clubhouse completed

By Peter McNamara After a long application process and weeks of building, the renovation of the Stella Maris Rowing Club is complete. The interior of the old clubhouse has been entirely modernised and an upper floor has been added to […]

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Yeats Day in Sandymount Green

Yeats Day in Sandymount Green

By Peter McNamara The annual Yeats Day celebration took place in Sandymount Green on June 13th. Organised by Anthony Jordan, the focus of this year’s event is Major Robert Gregory, the son of Lady Augusta Gregory. This year marks the […]

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Gender equality plan at The Lir

Gender equality plan at The Lir

David Prendeville Last week, The Lir Academy, as well as a number of other Dublin and Irish-based theatre companies launched their plan to tackle gender inequality in the industry. The policy is described as “The Lir’s commitment to maintaining gender […]

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Sandymount Hotel retains accolade of ‘Europe’s Leading Green Hotel’ at World Travel Awards

Sandymount Hotel retains accolade of ‘Europe’s Leading Green Hotel’ at World Travel Awards

By Sandymount Hotel Athens, 30th June 2018: Sandymount Hotel, Dublin’s largest family run hotel, has retained the top accolade as ‘Europe’s Leading Green Hotel,’ scooping the award for a second year running at the prestigious World Travel Awards. As the […]

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Heritage Alive in The Hive

Heritage Alive in The Hive

By Beibhinn Byrne To celebrate National Heritage week 2018, Donnybrook Tidy Towns with thanks to support from Dublin City Council presents the Beaver Row Players led by Glenda Cimino in a journey or more accurately a romp through Donnybrook’s history.  Presented through story, drama […]

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