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Minutes from the Cambridge Road Refurbishment public workshop

Minutes from the Cambridge Road Refurbishment public workshop

For the minutes of the Cambridge road refurbishment workshop click here  

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Self-driving bus…are we there yet?

Self-driving bus...are we there yet?

By Paul Carton  Your adventure awaits at the convention centre next weekend with the Easymile EZ10, the shuttle bus with a mind of its own, that wants to carry you and 14 other willing participants for a ride up to […]

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UEFA Announce Euro 2020 Aviva Dates

By David Prendeville UEFA have officially announced the dates for June 2020 in which the Aviva Stadium will play host to the European Championships. The Dublin 4 arena was one of 12 venues chosen for the major international competition in […]

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Donnybrook Lawn Tennis club celebrates 125 years with open day

By Paul Carton Donnybrook Lawn Tennis Club is celebrating its 125th year in existence with an open day for the general public. The event is on this Sunday the 8th of July, begins midday and runs until 4pm. The club […]

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US anthems at Donnybrook Stadium

By Paul Carton Pardon me for plagiarising, but I need to use a line from a song by the headliners at Energia Park’s festival “And I cannot explain it, Oh, any other, any other way” before I go on to […]

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June rocks Energia Park

By Paul Carton Walk up, dance home this June when Donnybrook Stadium plays host to a collection of music acts, which include genres of punk and psychedelic rock. The newly-named Energia Park will open its doors this summer to ‘Mercury […]

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StepUp for Stevo

By Kathrin Kobus Around four hundred, maybe even five hundred family, friends and teammates turned up on Sunday April 8th for a charity run in support of local teenager Stephen Deering, who is currently undergoing cancer treatment. NewsFour had joined the […]

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Dun Laoghaire to Howth on St Patrick’s Day

Dun Laoghaire to Howth on St Patrick’s Day

By Eoin Meegan I braved the elements on St Patrick’s Day to do the Aware annual Harbour to Harbour walk from Dun Laoghaire to Howth and as well as the challenge it was an occasion of great fun and social merriment. […]

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The Alltech Craft Beer Expo

The Alltech Craft Beer Expo

By Eoin Meegan Oblivious to the damp, dreary night outside, everybody was full of good, crafty cheer when the Convention Centre hosted the Sixth Alltech Craft Beer Fair from 8th-10th March. In excess of 5,000 visitors were expected over the […]

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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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