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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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Dental Care Worth Smiling About

By Eoghan Meegan Popular Sandymount dentist Dermott McMorrough has moved to Smiles Dental, Ireland’s largest privately-owned dental care provider, in Waterloo Road. Dermott had been in Sandymount since 1990, and after some initial jitters believes now he did the right […]

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What to expect at the craft beer fair in the convention centre

What to expect at the craft beer fair in the convention centre

Farmers, crop experts, brewers, distillers, marketers and bar staff, basically everyone that is involved in bringing beverages to you are available to chat this weekend at the Alltech Craft Beers & Food Fair in the convention centre. Speaking with the […]

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Documentary Review: Scéalta Ón Old Town

By Geneva Pattison We’ve had some great television viewing options over the last few months, with TV specials and blockbuster movies. However, one of the most impressive things RTÉ has had to offer this past season was the documentary Phil […]

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The Legend of Tír na nÓg revisited

By Eileen Roberts Kate is sitting in her garden. It’s a beautiful summer’s evening. She’s thinking, where has life gone, I am in my sixties, the children are all married with their own children, Tom’s passed away, what’s ahead of […]

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Major awards for local film companies

By David Prendeville   Local companies Element Pictures and Samson Films scored massive hits at the illustrious Venice and Toronto film festivals. Element’s film The Favourite and Samson’s Float Like a Butterfly won significant awards. The Favourite won the Grand […]

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Dublin’s 1st Sportsfest begins this weekend

Dublin's 1st Sportsfest begins this weekend

Dublin Sportsfest is a week-long programme of events held by sports clubs across the county which will be held on their grounds, in parks, green spaces, urban spaces, maybe someones back garden if its safe. Have you ever heard of […]

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Sandymount Choir visit Bunratty

By Cindy Carroll Sandymount Gospel Choir travelled west across the Shannon on the 20 and 21st of January to take part as invited guests in the Shannonside Winter Music Festival. The Choir was in good company, with well-known musicians such […]

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