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A good read for more than one stormy night: In a Glass Darkly

By Kathrin Kobus Southside of Merrion Square just under 18,000 marathon runners received their well-earned medals in the afternoon sunshine last Sunday. They may not have been aware that in one of the townhouses, next to the Catholic Library resided […]

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Spooky but not scary

BY Daragh Doyle from the EPIC On the 28th October otherworldly will descend upon the vaults of the CHQ building in historic Dublin Docklands, as spirits big and small will gather for the inaugural family Samhain festival! The EPIC The […]

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UCD in the running for five KTI awards

University College Dublin, through NovaUCD and ConsultUCD, has received five nominations for this year’s  Knowledge Transfer Ireland (KTI) Impact Awards. UCD and Glanbia have been shortlisted for the Collaborative Research Impact Award for the AgriChemWhey project. This project is focused […]

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Pretty in Pink: Join the Great Pink Run and beat cancer

Eoin Meegan Do you want to face a challenge to help beat breast cancer? The Great Pink Run is back on October 19th in the Phoenix Park. You have a choice of a 10k or a 5k run or walk, […]

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Shel’s are back

By Kathrin Kobus Friday the 13th September 2019 brought happiness back for Shelbourne FC. It was the day the team around coach Ian Morris travelled to Drogheda to clinch the First Division title and trophy with an away win. The […]

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Fiddler’s Green and more

By Kathrin Kobus A very special concert as part of the All in a row charity events will get under way at 8pm this evening in St. Patrick’s Church. Since early afternoon the sound stage has been set up and […]

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TeamOfUs start their campaign in Japan

Since earlier this morning, Irish time the Rugby World Cup in Japan is under way. The hosts beat Russia in the first match 30:10. The other two teams from group A will face off Sunday morning: Ireland versus Scotland. Joe […]

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The importance of being seen

This dull, grey, wet morning proved the necessity for the annual appeal by the Road Safety Authority together with ESB Networks and An Garda Síochána to parents, guardians and teachers to ensure road safety instructions part of school lessons for […]

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Litter goes home

It took a while but midway through the summer holidays the playground at Sean Moore Park was finally opened. Dublin City Council also quickly added the necessary protective netting behind the goal of the back pitch, in time to have […]

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Study Pal comes as an App

By Kathrin Kobus The academic year may just have started but this year’s Leaving and Junior cert candidates will be reminded from day 1 about the importance of the tests awaiting them next May and June. The scheduling for all […]

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