Children

Keeping Children Safe Online

Keeping Children Safe Online

The Children’s Rights Alliance calls for EU election candidates to ensure a high bar is set at European level to regulate social media giants and protect children and young people’s safety online. The call came at a hustings event chaired by Ian Power, CEO of SpunOut with Dublin EU candidates

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“My Anxiety Tool-box”

“My Anxiety Tool-box”

Nicola Shannon, a renowned Dublin wellness teacher, has unveiled a much needed solution to assist families navigating the challenges of anxiety and stress in children. Approached by countless disheartened parents frustrated and let down by the endless Health Service waiting lists Nicola knew the need

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Sandymount Fun Cycle

Sandymount Fun Cycle

On Sunday May 19th, 150 cyclists of all ages and abilities joined in the Sandymount Fun Cycle from Lansdowne Tennis Club to Sandymount Green. The 3km Cycle was organised by Sandymount Cycle Bus as part of Bike Week. For the second year running we had glorious sunshine as we passed by local schools

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The Editor’s Corner – Apr/May 2024

The Editor's Corner – Apr/May 2024

In a world dominated by mobile phones and video games, encouraging young people to read and develop a love of books has probably never been more important. The reading habit needs to be instilled at a young age. In a new initiative to help boost child literacy, Enterprise Mobility and Children’s Books

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Jingle all the Way to Croke Park to join Santa at his Christmas training camp! 

Jingle all the Way to Croke Park to join Santa at his Christmas training camp! 

Fans of the festive season and Gaelic games will be thrilled to hear that Santa Claus is preparing his sleigh and reindeer for his annual trip to Croke Park! Santa arrived at the GAA Museum at Croke Park in Dublin on Saturday November 18th

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Ringsend Sea Scouts Back in Action with well deserved CSIF Funding

Ringsend Sea Scouts Back in Action with well deserved CSIF Funding

The 1st Port Sea Scouts in Ringsend’s ‘Scouting for Safe Harbour’ is among the projects selected to receive funding under the 2023 CSIF (Community Safety Innovation Fund), announced last month by Minister for Justice Helen McEntee.

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Irish Girl Guides to Teach Digital Skills to Older People

Irish Girl Guides to Teach Digital Skills to Older People

Vodafone Foundation announces a new partnership with Irish Girl Guides to help close the digital divide between generations. The Irish Girl Guides have become a new charity partner of Vodafone Foundation’s Hi Digital initiative, which brings digital skills, training and support directly to older people across the country.

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Fancy Creating your very own Comics this Halloween?

Fancy Creating your very own Comics this Halloween?

Heather Gray has been running art camps and classes in Rathmines for the last six years. Her amazing Halloween Comic Book Art Camp is a chance to discover the magic of comic books, creative drawing, and storytelling.

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Feel the Magic of Dublin’s Winter Lights this Christmas

Feel the Magic of Dublin’s Winter Lights this Christmas

Dublin City Council is delighted to announce that the spectacular ‘Dublin Winter Lights’ will remain on until January 1st. 16 locations around the city have been transformed with colourful projections and lighting displays, including for the first time, The Spire.

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Donnybrook Christmas House that puts Children at its Centre

Donnybrook Christmas House that puts Children at its Centre

Spectacular Christmas House in Donnybrook with all proceeds going to Children’s Health Ireland, Crumlin. This house of wonder is the brainchild of David Doyle, is breathtaking to look at, and all for a really good cause.

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