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Reg Ryan The Schemer – Part 2

Gavan Bergin Reg continued to play at left-half for West Brom until he was moved to the inside-forward position midway through the 1949/50 season. That change worked well for West Brom, who had been in relegation trouble.They started scoring again […]

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SEAN MOORE AWARDS

Working with our sponsor, the Aviva Stadium, and our media partner NewsFour, we were delighted to host the Sean Moore Community Awards – after a hiatus of two years. It was really great to be back. The Sean Moore Awards […]

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Viking Splash set to return!

Viking Splash set to return!

Last week, Viking Splash Tours put up a “coming soon” post with a picture of their iconic DUKW (Duck) vehicle on their Facebook page. Commenters were beyond excited at the prospect of the much loved tours returning to Dublin’s streets. For nearly 20 years the tour has brought to life the history of Dublin city in a truly one of a kind way for children and adults alike.

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Happy 70th to the Lord Mayor of Sandymount!

Happy 70th to the Lord Mayor of Sandymount!

Johnny Byrne, the Lord Mayor of Sandymount celebrated his 70th birthday in style last week, surrounded by friends, family and neighbours. Derek Buckley, the Lord Mayor of Ringsend also joined in on the celebrations!

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Butterfly, trans family drama coming to TG4.

Butterfly, trans family drama coming to TG4.

The drama deals with the sesitive topic of a family supporting their transgender pre-teen daughter Maxine (formerly Max) in her fight for acknowledgement of her chosen gender.

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TedFest is back on March 3rd-6th 2022 Inis Mór AKA Craggy Island

TedFest is back from Thursday March 3rd to Sunday March 6th 2022 as Inis Mór in the Aran Islands becomes the legendary ‘Craggy Island’ once more for a weekend of high-jinx. Visitors will enjoy all the ecumenical craic that Craggy […]

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The folk origins of Women’s Christmas

Geneva Pattison Today marks the sixth of January, traditionally celebrated as Little Christmas, Women’s Christmas or Nollaig na mBan. You may remember your mam shouting at you to make your own dinner or being expected to pick up some extra […]

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Stephen Kenny’s World Cup Campaign Ends on a High Note

David Prendeville Ireland’s World Cup Qualifying campaign finally concluded last month, leaving fans with a genuine sense of hope for this team and what Stephen Kenny can do going forward. It would have been nigh on inconceivable last March, when […]

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Review: What Day Is It? Who Gives A F*ck.

Review: What Day Is It? Who Gives A F*ck.

What can we do to relieve some of the internal stress? Write it all down and let it all out, just as Jan Brierton has done.

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Letters to the editor: Fighting Blindness

Newsfour received the following letter from Kevin Whelan the CEO of the charity Fighting Blindness. It relates to the forthcoming Retina 2021 public engagement day and how best the public can show their support for the charity. Visit the website, www.fightingblindness.ie to find out more.

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