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The Citizen’s Breakfast – A Bloomsday Theatre Event returns Sunday June 16th

The Citizen's Breakfast - A Bloomsday Theatre Event returns Sunday June 16th

This year sees the return of The Citizen’s Breakfast – A Bloomsday Theatre Event on Sunday the 16th of June. Proceedings kick-off with audience members meeting at the Shelbourne Road entrance to the Aviva Stadium. From there the play allows […]

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Hato’s run: The Pit Stop Krew pays tribute in D4

Hato's run: The Pit Stop Krew pays tribute in D4

The Pit Stop Krew stopped by at Ringsend church as part of their Tunnel Run to remember their member Dave Hatton. The run now known as Hato’s run pays homage to their loyal member who passed away 15 months ago. […]

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Dial Dáil emergency 911

Dial Dáil emergency 911

First there was the cross-terrier Tyson who hopped on the commuter train from Sallins, then last week a family of deer tried to board the DART. Are animals trying to tell us something and tired of waiting for Noah and […]

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Tied to a tree: Councillor McCartan protects D4’s elders

Tied to a tree: Councillor McCartan protects D4's elders

Fine Gael Councillor Pat McCartan has recently been at the forefront of a movement to highlight the threat posed to trees along Route 14 of the proposed BusConnects programme. He has placed ribbons on the trees in danger of being […]

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St Patrick’s Church weekly draw 27th of May and the bank holiday one

St Patrick's Church weekly draw 27th of May and the bank holiday one
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NewsFour’s RTE short story award recipient gives tips on competition

NewsFour’s RTE short story award recipient gives tips on competition

There are only seven days left to have your story written, edited and posted into RTE for the chance to win big money for only 2000 words.If you are in the top three you will receive a four figure sum […]

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Summer preview of cultural events

By David Prendeville It’s hard to believe but summer is just around the corner once more. Whether we get a repeat of last year’s scorching weather remains to be seen, but there are plenty of cultural events for people to […]

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Ringsend Rovers vs Ballybrack FC at Ringsend Park: Match Report

Ringsend Rovers vs Ballybrack FC at Ringsend Park: Match Report

Ringsend Rovers 2 Ballybrack FC 3 Leinster Senior League (LSL Saturday Major 1C) Going into this game Ballybrack FC had been probably the most talked about team all season in all of Ireland, albeit for the wrong reasons. That’s not […]

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BuJo blue for The Wheelers

By Kathrin Kobus The Sandymount Wheelers, a small social group of cycling enthusiasts have been around for a while and after the winter months it is time to get the two-wheelers back out on the road for some group trips […]

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Archie Goodall The cast-iron footballer

By Gavan Bergin Archie Goodall was born in Belfast in 1864 and grew up in Kilmarnock in Scotland. As a boy he learned to play football along with his brother John, who went on to be an England international player. […]

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