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St Patrick’s Church Weekly Draw 18th of February 2019

St Patrick's Church Weekly Draw 18th of February 2019
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Precious Heaney Homeland in Peril

By Peter McNamara Seamus Heaney, the Nobel Prize-winning poet and long-time Dublin 4 (Sandymount) resident, died on August 30th 2013. If he were alive today you can be sure he would be deeply concerned about the latest goings-on in his […]

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Clanna Gael Fontenoy: Celebrating achievemnet

By Felix O’Regan Clanna Gael Fontenoy CelebParticipation is all important. Whatever the outcome, win lose or draw, this is the unspoken motto of Clanna Gael Fontenoy.  But when special effort and particular achievement deserve recognition, the club is not found […]

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DCC Notes for December 2018 / January 2019

By Alexander Kearney December 10th SEAC Notes On the 10th December 2018 the monthly South East Area Committee (SEAC) meeting took place with Rose Kenny attending as South East Area Manager, and Ruairí McGinley (Ind) in the role of Chair. […]

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Ringsend community allotments: Growing your own

By Geneva Pattison As you walk through Ringsend Park towards the back you’ll find the Ringsend allotments, run by DCC. There are a total of 34 plots currently in use. At the moment, there is a three-year waiting list for […]

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Beyond the halfway point of the Premier League Season

By David Prendeville We’ve crossed the halfway point of the Premier League season and Liverpool fans are understandably giddy, as they lead the table, four points ahead of Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City. It could have been even better had Liverpool […]

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Childhood lasts more than one lifetime

By Kathrin Kobus Everybody knows that a clear-out of old things is a good idea. You might sit down, take out items that have been hidden away for years or decades. Suddenly childhood is back like yesterday. You need the […]

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Sean Moore Community Awards 2019

Working with our sponsor, the Aviva Stadium, and our media partner NewsFour, we are delighted to confirm that the Sean Moore Community Awards – first established during the 1988 Dublin Millennium – will again be presented in March 2019, at […]

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Who said print is dead?! Learn both physical and digital printing at PrintLab this Saturday at the National Print Museum

Who said print is dead?! Learn both physical and digital printing at PrintLab this Saturday at the National Print Museum

Have you ever wanted to design your own poster or card? Well now you have the chance to materialise those design ideas and get your creativity flowing this coming Saturday, the 16th. at the launch of PrintLab, in the National […]

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Wildcard’s The Hole in the Wall at Sundance

By David Prendeville Irish horror film The Hole in the Ground, to be distributed across the country by Merrion Square-based company Wildcard Distribution, recently had its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival in Toronto. Upon its premiere, it received […]

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