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Just do it, for homelessness

Just do it, for homelessness

National housing charity Threshold is calling on women of all ages to walk, run or jog in this year’s Mini-Marathon on behalf of Threshold to raise vital funds to make a difference for families facing homelessness. Every four minutes, Threshold […]

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Tech Week is back!

Tech Week is back!

National and secondary schools throughout Dublin will take part in Tech Week, Ireland’s national festival of technology, this month between April 22nd and April 28th with a variety of nationwide events. The festival is aimed at sparking an interest in […]

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Walk and Talk Visits Sandymount

Let’s Walk & Talk’ is a fun programme of city walking activities suitable for young and old which runs throughout the year. The programme is made up of a number of social walking groups which meet every week, and a […]

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McCloskey’s Fundraising Night for Irish Cancer Society

By  Eoin Meegan There will be a fundraising night for the Irish Cancer Society in McCloskey’s Pub, Donnybrook, on Saturday the 12th of May. The event, which is now in its sixth year, is organised by local resident David Doyle. […]

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St Patrick’s celebrations

St Patrick’s celebrations

It’s that time of the year again, when we and the rest of the world celebrate all things Irish. St Patrick’s Day has really snazzed itself up from previous decades of watching barely put together locals floating down O’Connell Street […]

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Sandymount Hotel’s green award

Sandymount Hotel’s green award

By Paul Carton It’s not easy being green, but the green army of women John Loughran has working with him at the Sandymount Hotel seem to be making light work of it. “You don’t say no to these women, they […]

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The National to play Donnybrook

  By: Paul Carton  Donnybrook Stadium is to host American band The National over a weekend this Summer. The band, who have played to sell-out crowds in Vicar Street and reached the number one spot in the Irish Album Charts […]

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Ireland’s astronaut ready for lift off

Ireland’s astronaut ready for lift off

by Kathrin Kabus During this year’s BT Young Scientist exhibition, one special guest drew the crowds on Thursday afternoon. Dr. Norah Patten aka ‘Girl in Space’ hopes to realise her dream of going into space within the next six years, […]

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Scratch the Itch on Pearse Street

This month’s Classic Film Club screening at Pearse Street Library takes place this afternoon, Wednesday 31st January, at 2pm. It’s The Seven Year Itch, the first film in a Billy Wilder season. Both language exchanges will also take place this […]

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Grayson Perry at the RHA

The Royal Hibernian Academy on Ely Place have just launched an exciting new exhibition from famed and acclaimed English artist, Grayson Perry. The display, entitled “The vanity of small differences”, consists of a series of six large tapestries which follow […]

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