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Spellman Football Tournament and Family Fun Day

This Sunday sees local 5 a side teams compete at Irishtown Stadium in a special tournament and family day. You can still register your side by calling 6677666 and if not, your’re also welcome to turn up for the BBQ, […]

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DCC notes

DCC notes

Compiled By Paul Carton February Tree Programme for 2018: It is anticipated that this work will be undertaken over the coming months and prior to the trees coming into leaf. At Shrewsbury Park, there is a planned crown reduction of […]

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Enable Ireland Garden and Gift Store

Enable Ireland Garden and Gift Store

The Enable Ireland Garden and Gift Store is located on Sandymount Avenue, nestled under a beautiful horse chestnut tree. The garden centre began with a request from one adult with a disability using Enable Ireland services to start growing tomatoes. […]

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Dublin Port supports the arts

Dublin Port supports the arts

By Paul O’Rourke Dublin Port is known for many things; importing 25 million tonnes of cargo every year, welcoming almost two million ferry passengers and providing safe harbour to over 100 cruise ships. Late last year, the new port centre was […]

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‘Tilting Towers’ win for developer

‘Tilting Towers’ win for developer

By Alexander Kearney A Dublin City Council planner has finally accepted changes to the profiles of two commercial blocks in one of the most distinctive developments in Dublin 4 – Boland’s Quay on Grand Canal Dock. The case is an early […]

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Covanta’s day in court

Covanta’s day in court

By Paul Carton   A Dublin District Court Judge has fined the incinerator operators Covanta, €1,000 for being in breach of their licence with the EPA. Covanta, who are in a public-private partnership with DCC, known as the Dublin Waste to […]

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Dun Laoghaire to Howth on St Patrick’s Day

Dun Laoghaire to Howth on St Patrick’s Day

By Eoin Meegan I braved the elements on St Patrick’s Day to do the Aware annual Harbour to Harbour walk from Dun Laoghaire to Howth and as well as the challenge it was an occasion of great fun and social merriment. […]

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Lord Mayor of Ringsend

Nominations close this Thursday for Lord Mayor of Ringsend. Application forms are still available from the Ringsend and Irishtown Community Centre (RICC) so if you know of anyone who you wish to put forward, head down and pick up a […]

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The Hanging Gardens of Ballsbridge

The Hanging Gardens of Ballsbridge

By Alexander Kearney We are fortunate in having in this country an efficient, stable, comprehensive banking and financial system of the highest integrity and probity.” Even after nearly forty years, the nasal quality and slightly bored tone of the recorded […]

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Walking on Snow by Mary Guckian

By Kathrin Kobus 1956 7.1.1956 Cleaned out gripe at the hayshed and stone path where the manure would be cleaned out from the byre. Snow at night time. 8.1 1956 Freezing all day Sunday and during night time. 9.1.1956 A lot […]

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