Archive for January 2018

Keep calm and ❤ Christmas

With Christmas less than three weeks away, the quest to find perfect gifts is well underway. Dublin City Centre is already heaving with stressed out shoppers clutching long lists and more than their own weight in shopping bags. Offering a […]

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Jacob’s Tour – It’s a cracker!

September and October saw an interesting exhibition on the history of Jacob’s biscuit factory in residence at Pearse Street library. The tour was presented by curator Wendy Williams and kicked off with some details on how the famous Irish biscuiteers […]

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The Cinema Corner – January 12th

The Cinema Corner - January 12th

Gary Oldman picked up a Best Actor award at the Golden Globes for his performance as Winston Churchill in Darkest Hour. It really is the definitive screen portrayal of the wartime Prime Minister. Joe Wright’s film focusses on the early […]

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Luke Kelly to be celebrated with two statues

Luke Kelly to be celebrated with two statues

Dublin legend Luke Kelly is set to be remembered on both sides of the Liffey for his contribution to Irish music. The singer from the Docklands will have his statue, commissioned by Dublin City Council, placed in the Luke Kelly […]

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New Age for Irishtown Gospel Hall

The old Gospel Hall building on Irishtown Road, previously St. Matthew’s school, and used, up until recently, by the Abundant Grace Christian Assembly, hosted a very different type of event in October. The neighbours are surely used to hearing diverse […]

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Christmas star

After the first few frosty days of the beginning of Advent, December 3rd turned rather mild and instead of some snowflakes, a light drizzle welcomed pupils and parents on their way to the hall of Star of the Sea School […]

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NewsFour Launches Classifieds

NewsFour is pleased to announce that from our February 2018 edition, we will be running a small ads section to further open up our paper to the community at large. NewsFour has of course been in operation for over 30 […]

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Let Me Call You Sweetheart

Let Me Call You Sweetheart

One of Ringsend’s most endearing residents, Michael (Micko) O’Neill, passed away on October 29th. Micko was well-known to everyone in the area and loved by most who met him, that is apart from sporting rivals, I’m sure. Born in 1921, […]

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Coddle: a winter warmer

The annnual Government Budget and the mention of coddle for dinner almost seem to happen in synchronicity but unlike the budget, what’s simmering in your pot, if you’re a Ringsender, is the same every time. There has been some debate […]

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Dublin Port Centre maritime garden opens

On Thursday, October 12, one objective set out in the Dublin Port Masterplan Review reached an important milestone when Dublin Port Company Chairperson, Lucy McCaffrey, and Chief Executive, Eamonn O’Reilly, invited Guests of Honour Ardmhéara Bhaile Átha Cliath and Honorary […]

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