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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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Reporting responsibly at a beer fest

As the Alltech Beer & Food Fair at the convention centre was drawing to a close and the excitement for St Patrick’s Day festival was just starting this reporter decided to go against the grain and explore the non- to […]

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What to expect at the craft beer fair in the convention centre

What to expect at the craft beer fair in the convention centre

Farmers, crop experts, brewers, distillers, marketers and bar staff, basically everyone that is involved in bringing beverages to you are available to chat this weekend at the Alltech Craft Beers & Food Fair in the convention centre. Speaking with the […]

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Pillowcase campaign join strong coalition this Saturday

Pillowcase campaign join strong coalition this Saturday

The housing and homeless situation has generated so many activist groups that there was nearly a new one setting up every week. Now they’ve formed a coalition, strength in numbers. If the numbers of the homeless and rent increases don’t […]

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Patrick’s Rowing Club fundraiser for Karl Doyle

By Kathrin Kobus St.Patrick’s rowers have done their bit at the National indoors championships, now they call out to their D4 community and not just Raytowners to come along on March 30th to Ringsend Library. Not just to showcase their […]

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Climate change talk in St Mary’s church on Haddington Road this Thursday

Climate change talk in St Mary's church on Haddington Road  this Thursday

Lecture in St. Mary’s Church HADDINGTON ROAD The Patrick Finn Lecture Series   Climate Change: Care for Our Common Home This lecture will put the Encyclical in the context of global and local concerns and initiatives, and explore practical issues […]

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