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Community Spirit Awards Closing

The Dublin Bus Community Spirit Awards scheme, which was initiated to recognise and support the invaluable work undertaken each day by local groups located within the Dublin Bus network, closes for applications soon. Ex-international footballer, Niall Quinn, has been patron […]

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Dates for the Diary: Dublin 4, Summer 2017

Dates for the Diary: Dublin 4, Summer 2017

To celebrate the arrival of longer days and warmer weather, NewsFour has put together a selection of some of the exciting events and activities due to take place over the coming months. It’s not a comprehensive list, just a few […]

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Family Fun in Irishtown on 17th

The Spellman Centre are organising a family fun day next weekend at the Irishtown Stadium. The event, which will include bouncy castles, face painting and a BBQ, will take place on Saturday 17th from 1pm to 4pm. Music will be […]

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June Bank Holiday at the RDS

This Saturday and Sunday sees the 20th edition of the Womans World exhibition take place at the RDS. The largest female exhibition event in Ireland and one of the largest events of its type in Europe, this year will see […]

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Riverfest 2017 on the horizon

This June Bank Holiday, Saturday 3rd – Monday 5th, North Wall Quay will once again play host to the Dublin Port Riverfest. ThunderCat Racing will be headlining the event with boats that can fly up to 6 meters in the […]

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Darkness into Light goes local

Darkness into Light goes local

Local preparations are being made for the first ever Pieta House Darkness into Light walk in Ringsend. The walk is to raise funds for the suicide and self-harm prevention centre. The 5km walk will take place at 4.15am on Saturday […]

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Sean Moore community awards

The Sean Moore Community Awards – first established during the 1988 Dublin Millennium – are returning for another year. The awards for “exceptional community service” were inaugurated to honour the memory of the late Sean Moore, former Dail Deputy, Minister […]

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Easter bunny comes to Ringsend

This Easter sees Ringsend residents with a couple of choices on how to celebrate the burial and resurrection of the almighty egg. Tunnelling tikes and burrowing babies can opt for at least two ways to unearth the cherished oval prize. […]

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Dublin book initiative launches

Wednesday at Pearse street library sees the launch of Dublin City Council’s “One City, One Book” initiative. The idea is to encourage everyone to read a book connected with the capital city during the month of April every year. This […]

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Darkness Into Light Goes Local

2017 will be the first year that “Darkness into light” will be organised in the Ringsend, Sandymount, Pearse Street and North Inner City areas in order to raise funds for Pieta House, the suicide and self harm crisis centre. The […]

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