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Fontenoy Files

Fontenoy Files

Success Comes Aplenty to Clanna Gael Fontenoy Recent weeks have brought plenty of excitement for the Clanna Gael Fontenoy Club, both on and off the playing field, bringing to an end another successful year. But it’s probably the achievements of […]

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No Ordinary Man

No Ordinary Man

Eric Russell grew up in Sandymount with his brothers, parents and Granny. He led a regular life, was interested in rugby, table tennis and snooker and indeed showed great promise in sports. Sadly his Granny passed away when he was […]

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Educate Together

Educate Together

Dublin 4 Educate Together Start Up Group met with Ruairi Quinn and Kevin Humphreys to discuss the prospects for an Educate Together School in the Sandymount/Ringsend area www.dublin4educatetogether.ie L – R: Rosemarie Tobin, Doug Aird, Labour TD Kevin Humphreys, Jessica […]

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DCC Notes

New website puts Dublin’s young creative community on the map DCC launched a new website mapping out arts and cultural events across the city including Dublin 4. The website called yam.ie (Your Arts Map), shows Dubliners how to get to […]

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25 Years of Community Achievement

25 Years of Community Achievement

Dublin South East Community Training Centre which provides vocational training and support celebrated 25 years of outstanding service to the local community recently. In the challenging times in which we find ourselves the work of Community Training Centres (CDC) is […]

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Drilling off Dalkey

Drilling off Dalkey

Drilling for oil or gas is often a contentious issue and we only need to look west to see the controversy between Shell and the local residents of Rossport. However in the last few months this controversy has come closer […]

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Don’t Get Scammed

Don't Get Scammed

Alarming new figures from the National Consumer Agency (NCA) show that there’s been a large increase in the number of calls to scam related helplines particularly involving PC phishing.There have been 835 such calls in the last 12 months to […]

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Dock Lives: John Hawkins

Dock Lives: John Hawkins

“My father had the button,” says John Hawkins while he sits in the confines of St Patrick’s Rowing Club and thinks about how he came to spend his working life as a docker. “If your father was a docker then […]

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Damien Dempsey – Almighty Love

Damien Dempsey - Almighty Love

When Damien Dempsey first came to prominence there were plenty of high brow music critics eager to write him off. He didn’t look like a rock star and his songs were rooted firmly in the realism of suburban Dublin. He […]

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St Patrick’s CYFC

St Patrick’s CYFC

We begin this issue with the news that after five fantastic years at the helm first team manager John Young has decided to step down, the announcement in early October was unexpected but work commitments must come first. The club […]

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