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Sheriff St boy finally comes home

Sheriff St boy finally comes home

  Yesterday a ceremony took place at half-three on Sheriff Street revealing a new statue erected to commemorate the 35th anniversary of Luke Kelly’s death. There was a great turnout from the public and the event was attended by President […]

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Old Wesley vs Malone -Match Review

Old Wesley vs Malone -Match Review

Match Review by Ken Browne Old Wesley just lose out to top Ulster side Malone All Ireland League – Old Wesley 17 Malone 21   Despite an early lead and a late surge Old Wesley lost out by just one […]

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A healthy future ahead through your local library at Pearse St

A healthy future ahead through your local library at Pearse St

We all know healthy living will make you live longer but actually abiding by the 5-7 a day veg and fruit rule is next to impossible. With so much variety nowadays in supermarkets and in take-aways and restaurants, one expects […]

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Old Wesley vs St Marys -Match Review

Old Wesley vs St Marys -Match Review

Old Wesley take bonus point win at Templeville Rd All Ireland League – Old Wesley 41 St. Mary’s 15 Match report by Ken Browne After December’s long overdue victory over St. Mary’s, Old Wesley travelled to Templeville Road expecting a […]

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Free Dietitian Led XPERT Course for Type 2 Diabetes in Pearse Street Library

Free Dietitian Led XPERT Course for Type 2 Diabetes in Pearse Street Library

A free 6 week course to help you manage your Type 2 Diabetes is starting on Monday the 28th of January at Pearse Street library. It will be delivered in the morning time by the HSE Community Dietitian. The award-winning […]

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TradFest begins next week in Temple bar

TradFest begins next week in Temple bar

TradFest begins next week across the city bringing the public some much needed jovial times after the long quiet weeks after Christmas. They’ve got Sean nós singing and songwriting workshops, multi-instrumentalists, bagpipes, bodhráns, the whole kaboodle. Some gigs are free, […]

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Information on Oxfams new shop in Ringsend

Information on Oxfams new shop in Ringsend

Oxfam have moved into Fitzwilliam st, Ringsend where the Cafe revive used to be. The shop will not be open till sometime late February but this Thursday the 10th of January, from 10-3pm they are there to take unwanted gifts […]

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The Art of Mental Health Festival

The Art of Mental Health Festival

The art of mental health? Conjures up in my mind that drawing from a sufferer of schizophrenia trying to explain the disease to someone (see photo). Although that painting is raw in its form it encompasses a lot of what […]

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Memorial game tonight @ 7pm Ringsend Astro Park -Ringsend Rovers vs Rathfarnham Punters

Memorial game tonight @ 7pm Ringsend Astro Park -Ringsend Rovers vs Rathfarnham Punters

Ringsend Rovers and Rathfarnham Punters  play a memorial match tonight for an ex-player who passed away at this time five years ago. Brian Morrissey, who hailed from Clonlara, Co Limerick, sadly took his own life Christmas day and since then […]

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Sandymount hotel’s Beatrice O’Donoghue wins Employee of the year award

Sandymount hotel's Beatrice O'Donoghue wins Employee of the year award

Sandymount Hotel’s Front of house manager Beatrice O’ Donoghue has won the Irish Hotels Federation (IHF) ‘Dublin Employee Of The Year’ award. It’s Beatrice’s first time winning the award and she was nominated for the award by the management at […]

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