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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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Irishtown Garda Station open day this Sunday

Irishtown Garda Station open day this Sunday
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Dublin’s 1st Sportsfest begins this weekend

Dublin's 1st Sportsfest begins this weekend

Dublin Sportsfest is a week-long programme of events held by sports clubs across the county which will be held on their grounds, in parks, green spaces, urban spaces, maybe someones back garden if its safe. Have you ever heard of […]

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Get your voice out there with Sandymount choir

Get your voice out there with Sandymount choir

Have you got a good set of pipes on you? or love to belt out a tune no matter what? Well if that is you then look no further than the Sandymount based chamber choir ‘Ceiliuradh Choir’ . They are […]

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‘Managing meltdowns and helping your child to behave well’ at the Pearse St library

'Managing meltdowns and helping your child to behave well' at the Pearse St library

Managing Meltdowns & Helping Your Child to Behave Well, presented by Assistant Psychologists: Toni Galligan, B.A., MSc., and Sara Daly-Butz, B.A., MSc. This talk aims to discuss temper tantrums and some of the reasons they may be happening with our […]

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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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Curious creatures on show at the National Gallery

Curious creatures on show at the National Gallery

By Paul Carton  White-lipped peccary, Brazilian porcupine, nine-banded armadillo, capybara, jaguar, and white-eared opossum are just some of the animals on show in the ‘Curious Creatures’ exhibition at the National Gallery. The main feature of this exhibition is a recently […]

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Bread41: Under the bridge downtown

Bread41: Under the bridge downtown

By Paul Carton  Opening this Friday at number 41 Pearse St is a bakery-eatery selling fresh long-fermented sourdough, pizzas, pickles and the latest food trend; fermentables kimchi and kombucha. Before I was able to ask Bread41 co-owner Eoin Cluskey on […]

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