Archive for September 2018

What does the harvest moon mean to you?

What does the harvest moon mean to you?

By Paul Carton  As the harvest moon finishes its full moon cycle tonight there are a few questions that need to be answered about this full moon’s importance which its sweet sounding name implies has meaning not just for farmers […]

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Openings at NewsFour and Sandymount Community Services

Openings at NewsFour and Sandymount Community Services

            The following vacancies are now open to apply for:  Journalist/Researcher, Newsfour CES: 2087673 Closing 26/10/2018  Accounts/Admin Assistant, Clanna Gael CES: 2087674 Closing 26/10/2018  Cafe Assistant, Fair Play cafe, CES 2087675 Closing 26/10/2018 Advertising Sales/Admin, […]

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St Patrick’s church weekly draw of the 24th of September

St Patrick's church weekly draw of the 24th of September
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Irishtown Garda Station open day this Sunday

Irishtown Garda Station open day this Sunday
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Dublin’s 1st Sportsfest begins this weekend

Dublin's 1st Sportsfest begins this weekend

Dublin Sportsfest is a week-long programme of events held by sports clubs across the county which will be held on their grounds, in parks, green spaces, urban spaces, maybe someones back garden if its safe. Have you ever heard of […]

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Get your voice out there with Sandymount choir

Get your voice out there with Sandymount choir

Have you got a good set of pipes on you? or love to belt out a tune no matter what? Well if that is you then look no further than the Sandymount based chamber choir ‘Ceiliuradh Choir’ . They are […]

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St Patrick’s church weekly draw 17th of Sept

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‘Managing meltdowns and helping your child to behave well’ at the Pearse St library

'Managing meltdowns and helping your child to behave well' at the Pearse St library

Managing Meltdowns & Helping Your Child to Behave Well, presented by Assistant Psychologists: Toni Galligan, B.A., MSc., and Sara Daly-Butz, B.A., MSc. This talk aims to discuss temper tantrums and some of the reasons they may be happening with our […]

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The great Alexander Stevenson

The great Alexander Stevenson

By Gavan Bergin Alexander Stevenson was born in Dublin in 1912 and grew up in the East Wall area. He was a brilliant footballer as a boy and by the time he was eighteen years old he had become an […]

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Clanna Gael Fontenoy Success for Clanns on and off the pitch

Clanna Gael Fontenoy Success for Clanns on and off the pitch

By Felix O’Regan The club’s spanking new dressing rooms were officially opened by Eoghan Murphy TD and Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government. Funding from the Waste to Energy Community Gain Fund enabled the club to completely refurbish five […]

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