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This Week on NewsFour: August 24-28

Dig Where You Stand Claim your history today in the chq Building with Dublin Dock Workers Preservation Society! Read more… Wesleyans and Hatters of Beaver Row Learn about Donnybrook’s hidden history of Wesleyans and Mad Hatters this weekend! Read more… […]

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Smell Memories

Smell Memories

The following three stories by students of Ringsend Adult Education Service were inspired by smell memories. Orange Zest and Horses’ Sweat By Frances Parnell My grandmother lived in Pembroke Mews, Baggot Street, and childhood memories of times I stayed with […]

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Summer mocktails

Summer mocktails

Refreshing summer drinks that can be enjoyed come rain, hail or shine, but hopefully with shine! Ginger beer Ginger is one of the oldest flavourings and is reported to have a number of positive medicinal properties, including helping to reduce […]

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Back to School with MABS

Back to School with MABS

It’s that time of year again and although our younger readers are only beginning to chillax into the summer downtime, the parents/guardians will have no such respite, as back-to-school costs require precision planning in advance if they are to be […]

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DCC Notes

DCC Notes

A range of tree pruning, street lighting, litter bin, pothole and footpath repair, and parking permits issues were brought to the attention of Dublin City Council by local councillors in the last two South East Area meetings. The council endeavour […]

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A Lesson from History

A Lesson from History

The Holocaust is undeniably one of the most horrific human tragedies of our times and it would seem impossible to draw any positives from this story, but that is exactly what one man is doing through his work. Tom Reichental, […]

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Adult Education at Ringsend College

Adult Education at Ringsend College

Ringsend College is part of a central cog in a larger programme to address adult education issues in Ireland. The college is a part of CDETB, which has a remit over many different areas of education, training and learning, and […]

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Proportional representation: Use the power of your vote

Proportional representation: Use the power of your vote

Have you lost faith in your local politician? Are you disillusioned with the electoral system? If you don’t bother to vote or deliberately spoil your vote, you could be helping to re-elect the people you have lost faith in! Every […]

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Locals lost in the post

Locals lost in the post

Residents of Sandymount woke up to a big disappointment last Easter, and it was not the Easter Bunny who did not deliver. The local Post Office closed up shop without warning during Holy Week, leaving both the Sandymount customers and […]

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Pricey Property in Ringsend

Pricey Property in Ringsend

The last few years have seen an explosion of commerce and activity in the Grand Canal Dock and the IFSC. Ireland’s corporate tax rate has made Grand Canal Dock an attractive prospect for large multinational tech corporations. The most famous […]

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