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Rovers seal third spot against a well-deserved fourth place Waterford

Rovers seal third spot against a well-deserved fourth place Waterford

Shamrock Rovers 3 Waterford FC 1 at Tallaght Stadium A strong team performance by both sides gave this game a battle that hasn’t been seen in Tallaght stadium in a long time. The midfielders for Waterford Frenchman Bastien Héry and […]

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Old Wesley v Old Belvedere -Match review

Old Wesley v Old Belvedere -Match review

ALL IRELAND LEAGUE DIV 1B – OLD WESLEY 9 OLD BELVEDERE 9   Played in wet and grey conditions this match had draw written all over it from start to finish.   There were never more than 3 points between the sides, […]

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Ireland vs Denmark at the Aviva Stadium

Ireland vs Denmark at the Aviva Stadium

Ireland 0 Denmark 0 (Full-time) Martin O’Neill is not himself these days. He’s missing his charisma and wit in any interview recently and the post-match press conference after tonight’s game was no different. He spoke slowly with precision and never […]

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Storm Callum headed for Dublin’s Coastline-Orange Level warning in place

Storm Callum headed for Dublin's Coastline-Orange Level warning in place

An ‘Orange Level’ warning has been issued by Met Éireann in anticipation of Storm Callum which is expected to hit Dublin’s coastal towns tonight. Storm Callum is expected to have gusts of wind, being strongest at the coast, to be […]

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President to give festival of history closing address at Dublin castle

President to give festival of history closing address at Dublin castle

President Higgins will close Dublin’s Festival of History with a ceremony at The Printworks, Dublin Castle, this Sunday. The event is free but places at the event are on a first come first served basis.  The Printworks building can hold […]

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Covanta’s plans to burn more kept on ice

Covanta's plans to burn more kept on ice

By Paul Carton Covanta have had to withdraw their application to burn more waste. The application to ‘increase the annual capacity of existing waste to energy facility by 90000 tonnes’ which was lodged with An Bord Pleanala (the board) requested […]

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Community development grant scheme 2019 open for applications

Community development grant scheme 2019 open for applications

The 2019 Dublin city council community development grant scheme is now open for applications. Community Groups make their applications while taking into consideration the key priorities of the scheme such as: Community Development Social Inclusion Integration Local Area Issues There […]

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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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The new tidy town committee for Raytown pays floral tribute to its boating heritage

The new tidy town committee for Raytown pays  floral tribute to its boating heritage

  The Ringsend and Irishtown Tidy Towns and the Environment committee (R.I.T.E) launched ‘The Raytown’ flower boat over the weekend. The boat was donated by the Mayor of Raytown, Deke Rivers and its flowers planted by members of the R.I.T.E […]

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What does the harvest moon mean to you?

What does the harvest moon mean to you?

By Paul Carton  As the harvest moon finishes its full moon cycle tonight there are a few questions that need to be answered about this full moon’s importance which its sweet sounding name implies has meaning not just for farmers […]

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