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The Editor’s Corner

Beibhinn Byrne Our front page on this issue is a snapshot of the resilience, community and hope that continues in daily life during these strange and disruptive days. Families, community groups and locals all over Dublin 4 and indeed the […]

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Government announces new COVID-19 research projects

The Government has announced 26 new COVID-19 research and innovation projects to complement existing third-level research activity. Projects will address key areas such as frontline healthcare, diagnostics, infection control, contact tracing, mental health, potential treatments, and management of the mitigation […]

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The Sikh Community provides free meals for frontline workers

By Eoin Meegan Gurdwara Guru Nanak Darbar is a familiar sight in Sandymount, located just outside the village on Serpentine Avenue. Formerly a cinema and then a theatre, for the past 34 years it has been a Sikh temple (Gurdwara), […]

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Cleaning and Cycling

By Kathrin Kobus On Saturday Ringsend Tidy Towns or R.I.T.E. members came together at the Men’s Shed Cambridge FC, picked up their gear and started along the footpath leading past the carpark at the stadium and towards The Square in […]

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Helping each other

BY Kathrin Kobus When the lockdown came at the end of March Peter McCabe called on Clanna Gael Fontenoy members with enforced free/ leisure time to help vulnerable neighbours in the community between Sandy mount and Ringsend.   Now more […]

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Newsfour June/July 2020 Issue available online

The latest issue of NewsFour is available here: June/July 2020 June-July 2020 NewsFour Onl… by dara o riordain on Scribd All past and current issues can also be viewed through our Archives:

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The Gerard Byrne Studio opens Virtual Exhibition

By David Prendeville Faced with gallery closure due to Covid-19 pandemic, The Gerard Byrne studio in Ranelagh has opened its door virtually to let people explore Gerard’s latest collection of botanical paintings predominantly from his Artist-in-Residence at the Singapore Botanic […]

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Ecology II – Competition

BY editor Hopefully the Fair Play cafe project will be one of the entries for this years SEAI Energy Awards, because yesterday the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland launched its annual SEAI Energy Awards. These awards recognise and reward excellence […]

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Ecology I “Mission accomplished.”

The ‘Ringsend Irishtown Sustainable Energy Community (RISE-C)’ has completed a number of initiatives in 2019.Recently, the group completed a 2019 Communities grant with the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI). This grant included the installation of solar panels, LED lighting […]

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Fair Play goes on the news, nationally

During the lockdown Ringsend and Irishtown became a focal point for various news outlets, including national broadcaster RTE. Check out the Fair Play Cafe.

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