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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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Dublin Fringe Festival 25th Birthday Feast

By Dermot Carmody The Dublin Fringe Festival celebrates its 25th birthday this year with shows in more than 30 locations around the city running from September 7-29. The festival draws over 30,000 spectators each year to a range of innovative […]

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Cube Homes: The Future of Housing?

By Geneva Pattison As property prices continue to soar in Dublin, the public are constantly looking for creative solutions to get their foot on the housing ladder – enter Cube Homes. These homes are stylishly-converted shipping containers fitted to your […]

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100th Liffey Swim

The 100th Dublin City Liffey Swim will take place tomorrow, August 3rd, starting with the men’s race at noon and the women’s an hour later. Over 600 swimmers, with 40 participants travelling from all over the world, have signed up for […]

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BusConnects update

Two things: proposals for the bus service aka the revised network of bus service and proposals the core bus corridors are related, but are treated separately by the National Transport Authority, NTA. The first round of consultations and for submissions […]

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A Greenway and a pile of rocks

It was a year ago that the Greenway strategy was launched with planned fund of €53 millions to invest over the course of three years from 2019-2021. It’s a great vision to create green, environmental friendly walk and cycling spaces. […]

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Beneath the Clock

By Kathrin Kobus “Beneath the Clock” is the title of the latest book from Swan Press and is a compilation of mainly poems but also some flash fiction and short prose from writers of the Rathmines Writers Workshop (RWW). It […]

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New Oxfam Shop Opens in Ringsend

By David Prendeville Oxfam opened up a new charity shop on Fitzwilliam Street in Ringsend on Thursday 21st March. It warmly invites the local community to come and browse and buy, raising vital funds that will save and transform lives […]

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Dublin Waste to Energy facility processes one millionth tonne

Dublin Waste to Energy facility has accepted its one millionth tonnes of residual waste at its facility at Poolbeg in Dublin. It was delivered by Keywaste Ltd., which is one of the companies contracted to deliver waste to the facility.  […]

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