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  • Stigma Doesn’t Play, I Do
    Stigma Doesn’t Play, I Do
    Shelbourne Football Club (FC) and St Patrick’s Mental Health Services are delighted to announce a multi-faceted partnership aiming to reframe mental health stigma and promote mental wellbeing in the community. Shelbourne FC is committed to embedding mental health promotion as...
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Culture

  • Golden Fleece Award 2021
    Golden Fleece Award 2021
    Michael Greene “It has always been my wish that those with talent be encouraged to develop their talents, particularly in Ireland” Lillias Mitchell (1915-2000) Founder of the Golden Fleece Award. All her life Lillias Mitchell displayed energetic enthusiasm for the...
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Memory Lane

  • Remembering Italia 90 and Jack Charlton
    Remembering Italia 90 and Jack Charlton
    Dermot Carmody A visit to this year’s Little Museum Of Dublin exhibition Italia 90 And Jack Charlton (before the museum’s activities were curtailed by lockdown measures) reminded us not just of the sad departure in July of an English and...
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Events

  • Public Participation Network news for May
    Public Participation Network news for May
    Geneva Pattison The Public Participation Network, is an official link between local authorities and community groups, to keep everyone updated on changes on a local level. The PPN also serves as an opportunity for volunteers, community groups and...
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  • Incognito 2021 Online Art Sale
    Incognito 2021 Online Art Sale
    Take part in Incognito 2021 Online Art Sale on April 22nd and support the great work of the Jack & Jill Children’s Foundation The Incognito art collection comprising 287 artists from Dublin is now live at www.incognito.ie with...
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Sport

  • FRANK THOMPSON                  Part One
    FRANK THOMPSON Part One
    Gavan Bergin Frank Thompson was born in Ballynahinch, County Down on October 2nd 1885 and grew up to be brilliant at football. By the time he was nineteen he was playing at the top level of the game in Ireland....
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Food & Wine

  • Vitamin D deficiency in Dublin says TCD study
    Vitamin D deficiency in Dublin says TCD study
    Geneva Pattison A recent medical and geographical study released from Trinity College Dublin has revealed that a large pro-portion of the population in urban areas are deficient in vitamin D. This study, conducted over five years, was a joint effort...
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