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The Cinema Corner – November 17th

The Cinema Corner - November 17th

Filmmaking brothers Josh and Benny Safdie are known for their gritty dramas shot on the streets of New York with amateur casts. For their latest, Good Time, they’ve managed to snag a genuine movie star in Robert Pattinson, excellent here […]

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Children’s craft workshop at the National Print Museum

Children’s craft workshop at the National Print Museum

The National Print Museum in Beggars Bush Barracks is planning a mid-term week full of fun for kids! From Tuesday the 31st of October to Friday the third of November, the museum will run daily craft workshops for children to […]

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Back to school budgeting

Back to school budgeting

The new school year has just begun and with it, its associated costs. The list is endless and it’s like a financial vicious circle. Most people could not afford to cover the back to school costs out of their income. […]

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Donnybrook Scouts celebrating 90th ‘birthday’ with three-day camp in Herbert Park

Donnybrook Scouts celebrating 90th ‘birthday’ with three-day camp in Herbert Park

The Donnybrook scouting group celebrated their 90th birthday with a group camp in Herbert park during the second week of September. It was the first time anyone had been given permission to camp overnight in the park. All sections of […]

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The Cinema Corner – November 10th

The Cinema Corner - November 10th

Wonder Woman proved one of the biggest box office hits of 2017, so what better time for a biopic of its creator, William Marston? Professor Marston and the Wonder Women tells the story of how Marston (Luke Evans) created the […]

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Grafitti, Traffic and Antisocial Issues

Grafitti, Traffic and Antisocial Issues

There was no South East Area meeting during August. A South East Area meeting took place on the 11th of September. Cllr Mannix Flynn raised the issue of how graffiti was being dealt with through waste management in the South […]

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Long Gaze Back shows great perception

Dublin City Council’s award-winning initiative, One City One Book, has announced the choice for 2018: The Long Gaze Back, An Anthology of Irish Women Writers edited by Sinéad Gleeson. The scheme run by the public libraries service, which invites readers […]

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Review: The Secret Life of Ashley Brown by George Fitzgerald

The novel The Secret Life of Ashley Brown by George Fitzgerald is a challenging and compelling read. Dealing with drugs, class and love in a complex and at times controversial manner. Ashley Brown, the title character, reads many love stories […]

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Artful characters

Do you remember the guy who used to camp down at Sandymount Strand that locals called ‘Moses’? Did you ever speak to the man or ever find out his background? Or how about the man who used to live down […]

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Port adds to city skyline

Port adds to city skyline

Dublin Port Company has made a striking and a bright change to the city’s skyline with the resurrection of one of its iconic 1960s cranes. Crane 292 stands tall again after 20 years. The 115 feet tall, Crane 292 has […]

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