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It’s all gone very Spanish down on Pearse Street

DocSpot is a new initiative organised by Pearse Street library where once a month, they screen a documentary for free, and lay on light refreshments to boot. This Saturday 24th June from 1.30pm, the library will screen a Spanish language […]

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There’s something special about today.

Did you wake up this morning feeling a little strange? Does it seem like there are too many hours in the day? Are you reading this at night and wondering why you still haven’t switched on the lights yet? If […]

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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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Last of the Walk and Talks

Let’s Walk & Talk is a programme of city walking activities organised by Dublin City Council that has already included tours of Bull Island, St. Stephen’s Green and the Docklands. The final installment in the series takes place next Thursday […]

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The Cinema Corner – June 16th

The Cinema Corner - June 16th

Ahead of the upcoming release of a restored version of The Graduate, the Irish Film Institute plays host to a season of films starring the great Dustin Hoffman. On Saturday you can catch the conspiracy thriller Marathon Man, on Sunday […]

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Railway Union Treasure Hunt

A Bloomsday treasure hunt and BBQ will take place this Friday 16th June at Railway Union sports grounds from 6pm. The hunt consists of a walk of approximately 3.5 kilometres around Sandymount and participants will set off in teams of […]

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It’s Bloomsday time!

Yes it’s that time of the year again and NewsFour have picked out just a couple of events from the packed itinerary that makes up the Bloomsday festival, currently underway and running until Friday 16th June. If you are reading […]

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Parents against the Incinerator

Do you live in the shadow of the Covanta incinerator? Are you a concerned parent? Do you want to know more about the danger of burning waste? If so, there is a meeting coming up soon that you may want […]

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The Cinema Corner – June 9th

The Cinema Corner - June 9th

Director Fritz Lang is best known for his 1927 sci-fi classic Metropolis. This week sees the release at the Irish Film Institute of his earlier silent epic Der Mude Tod (aka Destiny) in a newly restored version. The story of […]

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UCD Festival this weekend

This Saturday 10th June, sees the second UCD Festival taking place in Belfield, where attendees can enjoy first-hand the excellent facilities the college has to offer. Below are some festival highlights: Philosophers Café Meet philosophers from the UCD School of […]

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