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Game is on – #20×20

BY Kathrin Kobus There were smiles all around from the six female rugby players, three from Railway Union, and three from Suttonians who met earlier today at the Sandymount hotel instead of a rugby pitch. #Changethegame – is an initiative […]

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29th February – Leap day is also Rare Disease Day

BY Kathrin Kobus This year has the one extra day in February, 2020 being a leap year.   The leap day, the 29th February is also rare disease day. A reminder by the Rare Disease Ireland that there are around […]

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Public Transport for free – in Luxembourg

BY Kathrin Kobus When back in autumn 2018 BusConnects first plans for redesigning the public transport network were announced the reaction was – mixed. Spines, orbitals, radials were word coinages we have to get familiar with. And of course a […]

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Write it out

BY Kathrin Kobus The first month of the year 2020 is already passed the halfway mark, A new decade has begun and there is one strong advice we will have to follow throughout this year. Do not abbreviate simply to […]

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Get nominating …

So the call for this year’s Garda Youth Awards. Dublin South Central Garda Division is inviting members of the public to nominate a young person or group of young people between 13 -21 years old, who contribute positively to their […]

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Stay safe and enjoy the Festive Season, with regards from An Garda Siochana

BY Kathrin Kobus The busiest shopping period of the year is approaching its climax a little over a week from today. Here are some tips to stay safe and have no mishaps.   Online shopping and selling Check and double […]

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Road closures for Runners

Tomorrow evening the annual run in the Dark for the Mark Pollock trust will take place. The event takes place in 4 official locations, Dublin, Cork, Belfast and London plus pop-up events in over 50 cities worldwide. The Dublin races will start 8pm and […]

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STEM & STEAM

BY Kathrin Kobus Yesterday Science Week began and the abbreviation STEM, standing for science, technology, engineering and maths is frequently being mentioned to engage and encourage studies in those fields beyond gender gaps and to face technological and ecological challenges […]

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A Foxy Promotion

Pembroke Foxes Andrew Balbirnie has been promoted as of today as Ireland Men’s new test and One-day captain. He follows William Porterfield, who had held the position for over ten years. Andy Balbirnie made his international debut in 2010 and […]

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The FAI Cup for Rovers and a Hockey ticket for Olympic Games

BY Kathrin Kobus Jubilant scenes came from two stadia in Dublin 4 late on Sunday afternoon and around 9pm in the evening. Firstly Shamrock Rovers could lift the FAI cup again for first time since 1987. 88 minutes regular playtime […]

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