Archive for the Community Category

MOLI 2022 young writers bursary

The museum of Literature Ireland (MOLI) has just announced an exciting new venture for young writers across the country. The Edna O’Brien Young Writers Bursary will be a five day immersive programme for fifteen students from all over Ireland.

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Bringing the Sparkle back to Donnybrook Donnybrook Tidy Towns land well-deserved award

Another Dublin 4 village doing us proud! NewsFour would like to say well done and congratulations to Donnybrook TidyTowns on their 2021 Neighbourhood Awards win for Best Urban Village! They have done amazing work over the last few years finding […]

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Generous Offer brings Lord Mayor to Tears

Louise Whelan “A Butterfly alights beside us like a sunbeam…” Féileacáin is a non-profit organisation that was founded by a group of bereaved parents who came together to offer hope and support to others having suffered the loss of a […]

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Meet Rama – the therapy dog

Eoin Meegan This beautiful 5-year-old Goldendoodle (a golden retriever and poodle cross) is a friend to all who need him. So intelligent and kind he likes nothing more than to share love with those around him. Trained by his owner […]

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Dublin 4 lights up with the True Meaning of Christmas

Continuing a tradition since 2005 Mr Tilly’s Christmas Lights will once more illuminate the skies over Bath Avenue this festive season. Hope forged in loss, Liam Tilly’s altruistic act was inspired following the passing of his beloved wife Rita at […]

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Wetherspoons to open new docklands premises

Wetherspoons to open new docklands premises

British owned establishment, JD Wetherspoons, will be opening another pub in central Dublin next week.

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Santa Cycle, brain injury & a story of bravery

Santa Cycle, brain injury & a story of bravery

Every charity needs a little help from the public around this time of year, and why not help a worthwhile cause while being Santa-tastic at the same time? On Sunday the 5th of December at 4pm, the Laurels Cycle Crew will set off on their way, cycling 20km to raise money for the brain injury charity Headway.

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A New Initiative Could Play a Major Part in Ending Homelessness: Irishtown locals co-found Lanu – an exciting housing startup project

David Prendeville A new proptech startup company, Lanu, which takes its name from the Irish word Leathnú – meaning extend – was recently co-founded by two Irishtown locals. It has also been announced that it is one of two housing […]

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New Christmas Song for Peter McVerry Trust

New Christmas Song for Peter McVerry Trust

A brand new Christmas song has been released by Friends of Peter McVerry Trust, to raise some very much needed funds for homeless services at this special, but difficult time of the year for some.

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The Importance of Hope

Paula Moen My name is Paula Moen. I live in Ringsend and for as long as I can remember I have always loved the idea of vintage – from home furnishings to fashion. It is sustainable and often unique. I […]

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