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Emissions monitoring for Incinerator?

Emissions monitoring for Incinerator?

A public meeting was held by the Social Democrats on October 27th with the aim of discussing emissions monitoring at the new Poolbeg incinerator, which is due to come into operation in 2017. The aim of the meeting was to […]

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‘Thank you’ from the Marie Keating Foundation

‘Thank you’ from the Marie Keating Foundation

On behalf of the Marie Keating Foundation, Marie Molloy and Natalie Ryan would like to express their sincere gratitude for the tremendous support they received from family, friends, neighbours and colleagues (CPAS and CIF) when hosting a Table Quiz on […]

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Donnybrook Scouts visit Lesotho

Donnybrook Scouts visit Lesotho

Back in 2004, a group of adventurous scouts from Dublin embarked on a charitable mission to deepest, darkest Peru, with the aim of working with and helping out local scouts from the area. Amongst their number was Darragh O’Briain, the […]

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Airbnb looks to the future

Airbnb looks to the future

Mid October saw many of Dublin’s finest architectural buildings fling open their doors to the public for the 11th edition of Open House Dublin. The weekend event featured everything from the 17th century Royal Hospital Kilmainham, to the state of […]

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Growing old gracefully – The legend that is Micko O’Neill

Growing old gracefully - The legend that is Micko O’Neill

Michael O’Neill, or “Micko” as he has always been known, was born on February 24, 1921. Beyond the walls of 5 Fitzwilliam Street, his first home, the Irish War of Independence was raging. Later that year, the historic Anglo-Irish Treaty […]

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What would you tell your fourteen-year-old self?

What would you tell your fourteen-year-old self?

It’s December, a time of year for reflection, evaluation, and panicking about all we have to do before December 25th. To put things in perspective and maybe give our readers some food for thought when thinking about the year to […]

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The MS Readathon 2016

The MS Readathon 2016

The MS Readathon is held annually for raising the awareness of Multiple Sclerosis in Ireland and the plight of those who suffer with this crippling neurological affliction. More than 9,000 people in Ireland have been diagnosed with this condition and […]

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‘Metropoles’ approved for D4

‘Metropoles’ approved for D4

In our last edition, NewFour featured a story on the proposal to erect three new advertising screens in the Dublin 4 area, as part of the Dublin Bikes rental scheme. The plan was to install the giant double-sided panels, known […]

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Trick or treat for Temple Street

Trick or treat for Temple Street

On October 25th, the Ringsend and Irishtown Carer and Toddler Group held a Trick or Treat for Temple Street party for a very excited group of princesses, vampires, little supermen, fairies, witches and warlocks. Halloween is a special time in […]

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Ringsend College School Library

Ringsend College School Library

On Friday November 11th, Ringsend College officially launched the opening of its school library with Dublin’s Lord Mayor Brendan Carr, Councillor Dermot Lacey, Senator Kevin Humphreys, Minister Eoghan Murphy, Jim O’Callaghan TD and several other councillors of the DCC South […]

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