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The Ripple Effect – Generosity can be contagious!

The Ripple Effect – Generosity can be contagious!

Many people are facing stark choices as a result of the current economic situation. Do you pay the overdue ESB bill or put food on the table? Unfortunately some people have no choice but to skip meals just to keep […]

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Share your Lunch

Share your Lunch

Question: How much does it cost you to share your lunch with some of the poorest people on the planet? Answer: Absolutely nothing! Regular readers of NewsFour may be familiar with the charitable work of the Anchorage Project at 10A […]

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Roast’s Culinary delights

Roast's Culinary delights

On the first floor above Crowe’s Pub on Pembroke Road in Ballsbridge, in an room that once acted as a stage for small musical acts, lies Roast Restaurant. Not everyone knows of it, but the staff at Roast are determined […]

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RICC News

RICC News

RICC Radio had a great variety of shows on over Christmas which ranged from a visit to RICC Radio Station by Santa Claus, interviews on local services and singing from youth groups. We would like to take this opportunity to […]

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Facebook developers move next-door to Google

Facebook developers move next-door to Google

Google Ireland may soon have some new neighbours at their headquarters on Barrow Street. Ellier Developments, the property development company behind the development of Facebook’s Irish headquarters at Hanover Reach in Dublin’s Docklands, have purchased the cut-stone mill which stands […]

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Haven Building in Haiti

Haven Building in Haiti

When Leslie Buckley went to work in Haiti in 2004 he was moved by the poverty he witnessed. So in 2009 he launched Haven with his wife Carmel to assist rural districts with housing and shelter. Then on that fateful […]

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Naturopathic Nutrition – Curb your cravings

Naturopathic Nutrition - Curb your cravings

The connection between food and mood in humans is generally immense. We eat to celebrate, to cheer ourselves up, to reward ourselves and because someone gives us something and we feel obliged. Ironically, we rarely eat to simply fuel our […]

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The Ringsend Gathering Needs You

The Ringsend Gathering Needs You

The Ringsend Gathering will take place between June 14th & 16th and is hoping to include as many people from the Ringsend community in a weekend of festivities. “What it essentially is, is a Dockland-maritime-festival involving the different sporting organisations […]

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Son of a Morning Star

Son of a Morning Star

The splendid name ‘Son of the Morning Star’ was bestowed on General Custer by the Great Plains Indians of the First Nation. The Indian women said he looked magnificent on a horse, all six foot of him, in his white […]

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Dave Reddy and the Good Old Days

Dave Reddy and the Good Old Days

Dave Reddy, a local man from Sandymount, is probably best known for his involvement in Sandymount Community Radio and Ringsend Radio. It ran from 1982 to 1989 in conjunction with Community Week, which was held at the end of May […]

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