Archive for the Local News Category

Celtic footy legends at Sheriff Street YCFC’s 50th anniversary

Celtic footy legends at Sheriff Street YCFC's 50th anniversary

Geneva Pattison Last Friday, Celtic Football Club legends, John Hartson and Brian McClair, officially launched Sheriff YC Football Club’s 50th Anniversary celebrations, which are due to take place officially next year. The pair also made the exciting announcement next year, […]

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Gig News: A Frosty Dawn

Gig News: A Frosty Dawn

If you’re feeling down about the seasonal pantos being restricted, fear not because Dublin City Council have you covered.

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RICC Christmas Wonderland!

Be sure to get down to the RICC this Sunday, December 5th, for their Christmas Wonderland! It will run from 1pm to 3pm, the cost is €2 per child and all are welcome!

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Enjoy Xmas in November! : RCSF Christmas Market

Are you craving a bit of joy in November, the type of holly-jolly joy that can only come from a Christmas market? If so, you’re in luck! On November 26th, The Ringsend Community Services Forum will be hosting an xmas fair, sponsored by Google and in partnership with the DCC, from 4pm to 8pm in the Irishtown Sports Stadium.

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Paula Moen: Artist in Profile

Paula Moen: Artist in Profile

Find out all about local artist Paula Moen and her modern and quirky plate designs.

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Music to our ears: Calling all local performers!

Music to our ears: Calling all local performers!

Calling all people of the Arts!
Apply for funding with the DCC.

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Swimming in filth: How bad is it out there?

Swimming in filth: How bad is it out there?

On foot of recent reports of the quality of sea water making some swimmers ill, the Environmental Protection Agency has released the Bathing Water in Ireland report.

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Public Participation Network news for May

Public Participation Network news for May

Geneva Pattison The Public Participation Network, is an official link between local authorities and community groups, to keep everyone updated on changes on a local level. The PPN also serves as an opportunity for volunteers, community groups and others to […]

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Mary Lavin: First female Irish writer to have a public area named after her

Mary Lavin: First female Irish writer to have a public area named after her

Geneva Pattison For the first time in Irish history, a public area will be named after a female Irish writer. The writer in question is the pioneer of women’s writing, Mary Lavin. The new Mary Lavin Place will consist of […]

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Ship to shore: Dublin Port wants your opinion!

Ship to shore: Dublin Port wants your opinion!

A recent press release from the Dublin Port Company has revealed that Dublin Port will likely reach its throughput capacity sometime around 2030-2040.

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