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Oh baby, baby…

Oh baby, baby...

As far back as records go, Irish women have had more children than their sisters across Europe and today is no different, with Ireland leading the population growth league by a considerable distance. While the number of inhabitants within Europe […]

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Remembering Anthony (Flyer) Flood

Remembering Anthony (Flyer) Flood

First Birthday Away From Home Born 8th October 1941 Birthday wishes we send today, To the Stars in the sky not far away, Let the Stars be your candles, Keep them burning bright, So when we look up to the […]

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An Autumn Approach

An Autumn Approach

There was an Autumnal feeling in the air as I walked up the recently restored Dodder walkway. The light of the sun was reflecting off the giant glass dome that is the Aviva Stadium. The water in the Dodder was […]

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US Election Fever

US Election Fever

The campaign to take the White House is in full swing, with President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney gearing up for the last few weeks of campaigning. Next week the candidates will partake in a series of debates that each […]

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Lest We Forget

Lest We Forget

November is the month when the British wear a red poppy to commemorate those who sacrificed their lives during wars. The eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month marks the signing of the Armistice on 11th November […]

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Martin Moore: A Policeman in 1940s Palestine

Martin Moore: A Policeman in 1940s Palestine

Too often personal stories get lost in history. When public commemorations happen, a parade will be planned or a dignitary will speak of the number of lives lost and progress we have made in the years gone past. But captivating, […]

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Tony (Rasher) Doyle R.I.P.

Tony (Rasher) Doyle R.I.P.

The family of the late Tony (Rasher) Doyle wish to say a sincere Thank You to all those who helped us, sympathised with us, donated their time, sent condolences, called to the house with food, flowers etc. and who were […]

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Open House at Poolbeg

Open House at Poolbeg

The famous power station is among the many buildings open to the public in October How much value do you place on the buildings that make up your city? Do you see them as merely bricks and mortar, some of […]

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Get Ready, Get Set, GoCar

Get Ready, Get Set, GoCar

Last week I had a drive in a new car which offers a new concept in car ownership in Ireland. We have always been obsessed with owning a car, but now with the recession we have become more aware of […]

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They Came, They Scored Touchdowns, They Won

They Came, They Scored Touchdowns, They Won

One or two of you may have noticed the swarms of American football fans who landed in Dublin on the weekend of September 1st. As NewsFour reported in our last issue, the college football brilliance of the Fighting Irish of […]

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