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This Week on NewsFour: 26th-30th May

This Week on NewsFour: 26th-30th May

Monday Watersedge Community Drama Group Present The Family Feud This week saw some local talent tread the boards at the RICC, as the Watersegde Community Drama Group gave us The Family Feud. Read more… Tuesday Green Thumbs Up For Bloom […]

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Drink Sensibly this June Bank Holiday Weekend

Drink Sensibly this June Bank Holiday Weekend

The June Bank Holiday is nearly upon us, and it looks like it is going to be a scorcher! It’s the perfect time of year to head for the beaches, rivers and lakes, but drinkaware.ie would like everyone to keep […]

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What You Maybe Meant to Keep

What You Maybe Meant to Keep

The National Print Museum has opened its major exhibition for the spring this year, What You Maybe Meant to Keep. In association with the website Irish Election Literature and the Irish Left Archive, the museum will host an exhibition of […]

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Storm Warning in Effect

Storm Warning in Effect

Dublin City Council has ordered floodgates at the Dodder and Tolka Rivers closed ahead of tidal surges and strong winds. Met Eireann issued a national weather warning bringing the national status to orange, meaning wind gusts of between 110 – […]

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Ringsend College

Ringsend College

Ringsend College will be offering new initiatives for the incoming First Years in September 2014. The two new schemes are iPads instead of text books and GAA Sports Scholarships. NewsFour spoke to both the principal, Donnachadh Clancy and the new […]

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Maeve’s Times

On Maeve Binchy’s first outing as a journalist with The Irish Times she reported on the wedding of Prince Charles’ sister Anne to Captain Mark Phillips at Westminster Abbey. Rather than the po-faced royal family treatment, Maeve went all out […]

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Films

Films

Showing in Irish cinemas from October 4th, Alex Fegan’s documentary takes a wry look at that great national institution – The Irish Pub. Many film-makers tackling this subject would likely focus on the history of such establishments and their place […]

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The Poetry Place

Last Days In those last days you were drifting away from us more quickly than any of us realised, you made child-like by illness and morphine as I got you a cigarette after your jelly and ice-cream. I sat with […]

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But isn’t science boring?

But isn't science boring?

If you think science is boring you must have never visited the Science Gallery on Pearse Street. It is a public science center, ‘where art and science collide’. Exhibitions are represented by diverse fields of study from ìgeneral nerdinessî to […]

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Artist Profile – Pete Hogan

Artist Profile - Pete Hogan

After 44 days at sea Pete arrived, on his boat the ‘Molly B’, at the Aran Islands. From there he rang his Dad (from a telephone box) who rushed over from Dublin to see him and buy him a decent […]

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