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Fun at Ringsend Dog Show

Fun at Ringsend Dog Show

Ringsend’s first-ever dog show was held on Saturday, April 30th in Ringsend Park. On a cold but sunny day, dog lovers and locals alike gathered for a day of fun, prizes, hampers and dogs! This is part of the Ringsend […]

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Volunteering at St Mary’s

Volunteering at St Mary’s

Have you ever thought of volunteering but unsure how to go about it or what it may entail? In honour of ‘National Volunteering Week’ which took place between May 16th and 22nd, NewsFour met with Joan Kiernan from St. Mary’s […]

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Ballsbridge ICA celebrates 10th birthday

Ballsbridge ICA celebrates 10th birthday

Ballsbridge ICA was formed in 2006 and has been going strong since. The 10th Birthday was celebrated with lunch in Rolys and a party with birthday cake in the Iris Charles Centre, Sandymount, where the guild meet on the second […]

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SDZ for Poolbeg

SDZ for Poolbeg

With the current state of the Irish property market, you would be hard pushed to find someone who hasn’t been affected by the housing crisis in one way or another. As rent prices continue to skyrocket and the issue of […]

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Many good wishes on Priscilla’s retirement

Many good wishes on Priscilla’s retirement

Students from the CDETB Adult Education Service in Ringsend gathered together on May 17th to wish Priscilla Fitzpatrick well in her retirement. She has been part of the service for 15 years as a tutor, coordinator and support tutor. Students […]

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The Big Lie In

The Big Lie In

Some people run 26-mile marathons for charitable organisations. Some run coffee mornings. Harold’s Cross and Blackrock Hospice and Care Services, however, have asked people to do absolutely nothing. That’s right. On Sunday April 17th, their fundraiser requested that participants stay […]

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The Chris Crossing

The Chris Crossing

In late May or early June, twelve members of An Garda Síochána from Store Street will row approximately 58 nautical miles from Holyhead to Dublin Port in a fundraising challenge called The Chris Crossing to raise funds for the National […]

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Ark angel

Ark angel

“What’s the best thing about the Council?” “Everything!” So says Naoise Byrne, a fifth class student at St. Patrick’s National Girls School, Cambridge Road. Naoise is a member of The Children’s Council an initiative run by The Ark, Ireland’s only […]

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The Ringsend Rose

The Ringsend Rose

Ringsend is a town in Dublin with no shortage of ‘Lovely Girls’, but who, we ask, is the loveliest of them all? Well, the Ringsend Rose competition set out to find out and there was no end to the fun […]

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From Pearse St to Sing St a musical journey

From Pearse St to Sing St a musical journey

NewsFour met with Connor Hamilton a local actor and musician from Pearse Street after his performance in the recent hit film ‘Sing Street’. NewsFour drew up a profile of this aspiring and prolific individual whose passion for music and for […]

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