Archive for the Local News Category

City to Port: New cycleway and Port Museum plan.

City to Port: New cycleway and Port Museum plan.

New cycleway and Port Museum, development commencing 2021.

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Knowledge STEMs from curiosity: Science Week’s 25th anniversary

Knowledge STEMs from curiosity: Science Week’s 25th anniversary

Geneva Pattison Now, perhaps more than ever, we are living, breathing and celebrating science in all its various forms. This year has seen the world looking to scientists for guidance, advice and hope for a better future. November 8th to […]

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Post it – yourself

BY Kathrin Kobus An Post has launched the new service called Click&Post. It allows customers to print off labels for parcels, packages etc at home and drop off the posting item at the post office or a parcel locker. If […]

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Yi Garden in Herbert Park at a standstill 

Geneva Pattison The planned installation of the Yi Garden in Herbert park has been postponed pending a review. The project had been on the table since 2016, and was set to be undertaken in September of this year. Newsfour got […]

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Ringsend Park’s winning hoops

Works by Dublin City Council’s (DCC) Parks Services began on the existing basketball court in Ringsend Park on September 9th are now nearing completion. The works involved improvement to the surface drainage, resurfacing of the court and installation of new  […]

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Men’s shed fundraiser and Ringsend’s historical shed

Peter McNamara There has been another breakthrough for the Dublin 4 Men’s Shed campaign– the shed is set to get a temporary location at the Ringsend & District Community Centre. Now, with that temporary location, the shed organisers can finally […]

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Velo-city 2019: Cycling Conference at the Convention Centre

Geneva Pattison From the 25th to the 28th of June, the Dockland’s Convention Centre will hold the largest meeting of cycling enthusiasts and speakers in the world. Velo-city is a yearly event organised by the European Cycling Federation (ECF) and […]

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Save Our Trees

The Green Party has backed concerns from residents regarding the loss of mature trees as part of the Bus Connects proposals. It has said that the final plans must retain more mature plans, even if this involves restricting car access […]

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SUMMER BBQ’S AT DYLAN HOTEL

Sitting in the heart of the city just off Baggot Street, The Dylan Hotel’s beautiful outdoor terrace, The Nurserie (named for its selection of Victorian plants), is one of Dublin’s best hidden gems. An ideal spot to sit back, relax […]

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Shelbourne Park Vintage Treasure Market

By Geneva Pattison On the 5th of May, Shelbourne Park played host to the Vintage Treasures Market. The ground floor bar area was transformed into a bijou trove of collectables and classic pieces. The jewellery stall was packed with high […]

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