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Dial Dáil emergency 911

Dial Dáil emergency 911

First there was the cross-terrier Tyson who hopped on the commuter train from Sallins, then last week a family of deer tried to board the DART. Are animals trying to tell us something and tired of waiting for Noah and […]

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Tied to a tree: Councillor McCartan protects D4’s elders

Tied to a tree: Councillor McCartan protects D4's elders

Fine Gael Councillor Pat McCartan has recently been at the forefront of a movement to highlight the threat posed to trees along Route 14 of the proposed BusConnects programme. He has placed ribbons on the trees in danger of being […]

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NewsFour’s RTE short story award recipient gives tips on competition

NewsFour’s RTE short story award recipient gives tips on competition

There are only seven days left to have your story written, edited and posted into RTE for the chance to win big money for only 2000 words.If you are in the top three you will receive a four figure sum […]

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Ringsend Rovers vs Ballybrack FC at Ringsend Park: Match Report

Ringsend Rovers vs Ballybrack FC at Ringsend Park: Match Report

Ringsend Rovers 2 Ballybrack FC 3 Leinster Senior League (LSL Saturday Major 1C) Going into this game Ballybrack FC had been probably the most talked about team all season in all of Ireland, albeit for the wrong reasons. That’s not […]

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The Sean Cox fundraiser at the Aviva Stadium

The Sean Cox fundraiser at the Aviva Stadium

A strong communal atmosphere spread across the Aviva at this fundraiser for Sean Cox. One where families , partners , loyal Iiverpool and Ireland fans lifted spirits with the Cox family held close to their hearts. Sean was shown in […]

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‘100 days of walking’ climaxes in Herbert Park

'100 days of walking' climaxes in Herbert Park

A large, enthusiastic crowd assembled on a sunny, if somewhat chilly Wednesday evening in Herbert Park to join Dr. Ciara Kelly of Newstalk and Operation Transformation fame, complete the last leg of the #100daysofwalking project. The initiative to walk for […]

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Down Syndrome Ireland win People’s Choice Award

Down Syndrome Ireland win People's Choice Award

Down Syndrome Ireland are to receive an extra €50K on top of their initial prize €50K prize in Google’s Impact challenge. At a gala event last night in The Foundry Innovation centre at Gooogle Buildings on Barrow street, the People’s […]

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Calender of events at your local library

Calender of events at your local library

Calendar of events in your local library – for more events happening in the rest of Dublin’s libraries please visit www.dublincitypubliclibraries.ie Wednesday 10th of April @ 1pm in Pembroke Library- ‘A Cultural Revolution: the last years of Donnybrook fair, 1855-1868. […]

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Artist in profile: Kamil Pleca

Artist in profile: Kamil Pleca

The lounge area in a busy city centre hostel is not a typical place you expect to find an artist at work, especially a painter. As backpackers and student excursions march up and down the hostel from one area to […]

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Ireland vs Georgia : Match report

Ireland vs Georgia : Match report

Ireland 1-0 Georgia Capacity: 40,317 There hasn’t been as much excitement around Irish football since the 2002 World Cup in Japan. That was an anti-climax then leaving fans enraged professional footballers couldn’t solve their differences. This time round it’s the […]

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