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Public committee meeting on Glass Bottle Site

A public committee meeting will be held tomorrow regarding the Ringsend Glass Bottle site. The aim of the meeting is to have a discussion on the possible uses for the site, the most popular being to reserve it for council […]

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Barrow Street photos returned to owner

Barrow Street photos returned to owner

In late May, we posted an article about two photographs found at the post office in Barrow Street on Pension Day. We were hoping to alert the owner of the images to their whereabouts, and can happily confirm that they […]

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This Week on NewsFour: July 23 – 30

Dublin City Council opened new Tearooms today in the leafy surroundings of Herbert Park, Dublin 4. Read more… Children’s Workshops at Pembroke Library Pembroke Library on Anglesea Road will play host to two workshops for children tomorrow, Wednesday July 27th. […]

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The Cinema Corner – July 29th

The Cinema Corner - July 29th

Following the success of Steven Spielberg’s Jaws, a bunch of man versus nature movies appeared in the late 1970s. Most were awful, but one of the best is William Girdler’s bonkers Grizzly, which basically transplants the plot of Spielberg’s film […]

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1916 Exhibition in National Print Museum

1916 Exhibition in National Print Museum

The National Print Museum is currently hosting an exhibition intent on giving a fresh perspective on the Rising. “Seditious Types, Legacy of the Printers of 1916” explores the central role played by printers and printed media in shaping the image […]

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Children’s Workshops at Pembroke Library

Children's Workshops at Pembroke Library

Pembroke Library on Anglesea Road will play host to two workshops for children tomorrow, Wednesday July 27th. The first workshop, Sunlight, is intended for babies and toddlers aged 4 to 14 months. It has been developed by artist Helen Barry […]

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Tearooms open in Herbert Park

Tearooms open in Herbert Park

Dublin City Council opened new Tearooms today in the leafy surroundings of Herbert Park, Dublin 4. This is the latest action of the Council’s Parks and Landscape Services initiative, which is refurbishing old buildings and making them into more useable […]

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This Week on NewsFour: July 17 – 24

This Week on NewsFour: July 17 - 24

The Transplant Team Ireland have returned from Finland, where they won a total of 21 Gold, 19 Silver and 29 Bronze medals in the 9th European Transplant & Dialysis Sports Championships. Read more… FoodMicro 2016 begins today FoodMicro begins its […]

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Public Meeting on Poolbeg West SDZ

Public Meeting on Poolbeg West SDZ

The second in a series of four public information sessions on the Poolbeg West Strategic Development Zone took place in Ringsend Library on Thursday 21st July. Hosting the meeting was Myles Farrell of Dublin City Council, who displayed a number […]

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The Cinema Corner – July 22nd

The Cinema Corner - July 22nd

The Irish Film Institute continues its season of folk horror with another three classics this week. On Saturday you can catch 1971’s Blood on Satan’s Claw, a creepy and atmospheric period horror in which a malevolent force possesses the children […]

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