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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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Is Merchant’s Arch to be demolished?

This week the news emerged about the shocking decision to demolish the iconic Merchant’s Arch area in Temple Bar and building a new hotel in it’s place.

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The 2 Johnnies are back and wackier than ever!

The 2 Johnnies are back with an exciting new show heading for RTE next week. On September 27th at 9:30pm, the comedy duo will be appearing on our TV screens as part of a four part series diving deep into the worlds of Tik Tok, Urban Art, Online Gaming and Niche Sports. Seems like a strange collection of subjects, but lets hear the boys out!

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Book Review: If Only She Knew

Geneva Pattison Local author Derville Murphy’s new book, If Only She Knew, has been described as “Peaky Blinders meets Pride and Prejudice” and that is really an apt description indeed. Published by Poolbeg Press, this exciting historical fiction book will […]

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Get feisty, fun and fired up for Fiestaval 2021!

Get feisty, fun and fired up for Fiestaval 2021!

This August, get ready to feast your eyes on exciting spectacles, stellar performances and magical entertainment with Fiestaval.

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Fidget Toys Popping off again

Brian Quinn Push Poppers, the new toy craze sweeping across Irish playgrounds. Remember bubble wrap as a child? The excitement, the thrill, the pop! Sure, your parents seemed pleased enough with their new crockery package, but for you, the true […]

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A Trio of Talents

Rodney Devitt In 1952, at the age of about seven, I was a fairly competent reader. This was not considered unusual or remarkable by my parents or immediate family, all for the most part avid readers themselves, subscribers to magazines, […]

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Author Derville Murphy on writing, art & architecture

Author Derville Murphy on writing, art & architecture

In this interview local author, artist, architect and certified renaissance woman, Derville Murphy, kindly spoke to Newsfour about what drives her to write, how art has influenced her work and what are the makings of a knockout historical fiction novel.

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Surprise By-Election for Dublin Bay South

Surprise By-Election for Dublin Bay South

Peter McNamara Coming to a soap box near you: it’s the Dublin Bay South Showdown. Eoghan Murphy (see profile pg, 14), best known for his tenure as Fine Gael’s Minister for Housing (talk about a troublesome tenant), has resigned his […]

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