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  • Enter the World of the Imagination
    Enter the World of the Imagination
    For all you chocolate lovers out there, the Butlers Chocolate Factory Tour is the place for you. Embark on a journey of chocolate tasting, facts about Irish chocolate history and get to design your very own chocolate! If you're looking...
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  • Your NewsFour Local Christmas Events Guide
    Your NewsFour Local Christmas Events Guide
    Friday December 1st Women’s Seasonal Swap at the Sandymount Community Centre. 10.30am-12.30pm. Free event. All are welcome. RCSF Holiday Fair and Markets. Irishtown Sports Stadium. Sensory Hour 3.30pm-4.30pm Full fair 4.30pm-8.30pm. ...
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  • Spooktacular Celebrations at Dublin Zoo
    Spooktacular Celebrations at Dublin Zoo
    Dublin Zoo is celebrating Halloween weekend with a spooktacular schedule of family fun activities, including themed magic shows, creepy crafts and ghoulish games, a special Spooky Trail, and much more! There will be a special offer for little...
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  • From your Valentine

    From your Valentine

    Ahh February 14th – the most rosemantic day of the year, but what’s the story behind it all? The true history of Saint Valentine is unclear but according to a few sources, long ago in 270 A.D. from February 13th-15th, a feast known as Lupercalia, which was an ancient pagan festival...
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  • The Editor’s Corner – Feb/Mar 2024

    The Editor’s Corner – Feb/Mar 2024

    According to a leading mental health support group anxiety was the most commonly reported issue that arose for people living in Dublin in 2023. There are many contributing factors to this; our health, the levels of violence on our streets, continuing wars in Ukraine and Gaza, global warming...
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  • Yeeah . . . It’s Paddy’s Day

    Yeeah . . . It’s Paddy’s Day

    St Patrick's Day (Lá Fhéile Pádraig) is just around the corner. The annual St Patrick’s Day parade will take place in Dublin, starting at the Parnell monument and continuing down our main thoroughfare with music, floats, dancers, marching bands from all over the world, puppets and everything you can imagine. Elsewhere around the capital...
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  • Enter the World of the Imagination

    Enter the World of the Imagination

    For all you chocolate lovers out there, the Butlers Chocolate Factory Tour is the place for you. Embark on a journey of chocolate tasting, facts about Irish chocolate history and get to design your very own chocolate! If you're looking for something fun to do with the family or friends, ...
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  • What to do if Someone is having Seizure #EpilepsyDay 2024

    What to do if Someone is having Seizure #EpilepsyDay 2024

    In advance of International Epilepsy Day on the 12th of February, Epilepsy Ireland, the national patient organisation supporting people living with the condition, have appealed to local people across Dublin to learn about Seizure First Aid. The organisation is highlighting the importance of knowing...
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  • Exciting times ahead at Sandymount Community Centre 

    Exciting times ahead at Sandymount Community Centre 

    The Sandymount Community Centre (SCC) is buzzing with a wide range of activities these days – there is something there for everyone in our community and all are welcome! Please do drop in! Formerly known as the Iris Charles Centre...
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  • Music for Valentine’s

    Music for Valentine’s

    What can be more synonymous with Valentine’s day than music? Come February 14 all the usual string-laden, cliche-ridden chart toppers will pour out of every radio station. But what really makes a great love song? It’s whatever stirs your soul and speaks to you personally; be it classical, rock,...
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  • The Lacey Report

    The Lacey Report

    To begin where I left off in December, it was lovely to attend The Wren Day at Sandymount Green on St Stephen’s Day morning. This wonderful celebration of Community has long been a celebration of community and friendship and also raises money for charity. Well done to all the organisers, the collectors and of course the musicians....
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  • The Watersedge Drama Group Takes to the Stage

    The Watersedge Drama Group Takes to the Stage

    The Watersedge Drama Group who get together every week in the Ringsend Community Centre from Tuesday to Thursday are at present focusing on putting together a play based on actual events and written by their very own...
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  • Dublin Port Company Unveils New Bicycle Racks at Great South Wall

    Dublin Port Company Unveils New Bicycle Racks at Great South Wall

    Dublin Port Company (DPC) is pleased to unveil a set of bicycle racks that have been recently installed at the Great South Wall to support the growing number of people who are accessing the popular location by bike. This new facility - ideally located at the start of the Great South Wall - will allow up to...
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  • Phoney Art Gallery

    Phoney Art Gallery

    Local artist Penny Stuart had an epiphany when she spotted the old historic Irish telephone box while she was having lunch in the Fair Play Cafe, and the idea sparked about using it as an art gallery. This brilliant plan that was forming in her mind would showcase her new art exhibition...
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  • A New Work of Remarkable Insight

    A New Work of Remarkable Insight

    Big thanks to Manilla Press, publishers of the One Dublin One Book 2024 winner Snowflake, by exciting new Irish talent Louise Nealon for sending NewsFour a copy for review. The book has caused something of a sensation since it was first published with Ms Nealon being heralded as the new Sally...
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  • Memoirs of an Irish Seafarer

    Memoirs of an Irish Seafarer

    This little book is a recount of George’s life and stories when he worked on board many Irish vessels. He tells about his days working as a chef which saw him progress to Ships Cook, and about the many adventures they had, which included sailing to just about every part of the world. ...
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  • Best Free Exhibitions In Dublin

    Best Free Exhibitions In Dublin

    The city is steeped in artistic history and creative energy, offering a range of free art exhibitions that showcase the many talents of local and international artists. From quirky contemporary galleries like Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA) to historic museums such as the National Gallery of Ireland (NGI), ...
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  • 2024 Cinema Preview

    2024 Cinema Preview

    2024 is packed with so many intriguing titles, from small arthouse fare like All of Us Strangers to megawatt blockbusters like Dune: Part Two. Marvel will look to rebound after a dismal 2023, with the likes of Deadpool 3, Venom 3, and Kraven the Hunter, ...
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