Archive for the Events Category

Looney Quits Labour

Looney Quits Labour

The Mayor of South Dublin, Dermot Looney, has resigned from the Labour Party. In a statement on his blog, Mr. Looney said it had been clear the Labour Party is no longer for him – with increasingly different positions on […]

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Flood Damage?

Flood Damage?

Flood Damage? Threshold want to help bail you out For large parts of the country, 2014 barely hesitated in its beginning, going from the holiday season to the high drama of storm force gales and torrential rain. Although for the […]

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Christmas Event Guide

Christmas Event Guide

December 8th is the day the farmers come to the ‘big smoke’ to do their shopping and a massive day out for people from all corners of Ireland. But living in Dublin means it’s not such a novelty. Just a […]

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Keeping Children Safe Online

Keeping Children Safe Online

In a world that is increasingly connected, protecting the most vulnerable age groups from online predators can be a tough task. ESET Ireland – the spyware protection company – has compiled a survey on the social network predators and the […]

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Dublin AIDS Alliance Hold Gathering to Highlight World AIDS Day

Dublin AIDS Alliance Hold Gathering to Highlight World AIDS Day

As part of World AIDS Day on December 1st, Dublin AIDS Alliance will be holding a community gathering this Sunday. The event will take place at The Front Lounge on Parliament Street from 3 – 6 pm where there will be […]

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Dublin’s New Toy Fair Kicks Off Today

If you’re a big kid at heart or need ideas for children’s Christmas presents then the Dublin Toy Fair kicking off at the RDS is for you. This is a brand new event and promises to be the greatest toy […]

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Christmas Style Yourself Fabulous Fundraising Event

Christmas Style Yourself Fabulous Fundraising Event

Frances Jones of Image Matters (based in Sandymount, Dublin) recently featured in the New York Times where she spoke about the sartorial challenges faced by women in the corporate world. She will host an event to impart her knowledge of the six […]

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Craft Fair in Sandymount Donating Proceeds to the Philippines

Craft Fair in Sandymount Donating Proceeds to the Philippines

In the aftermath of one of the biggest storms to hit the Philippines The Annual Craft Fair in Sandymount will donate its proceeds to the charity Christian Aid. The craft fair will take place at Christ Church and Sandymount Market […]

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Give What You Actually Can

Give What You Actually Can

The Christmas ads are already on telly to warn us all to get our shopping done, and many of us will be groaning and rolling our eyes, with Halloween just barely behind us but even though the season for giving […]

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Water Restrictions to Continue

Water Restrictions to Continue

Dubliners have been looking at dry sinks in despair for the past few days. This is set to continue, despite reports of water falling from the sky. Although in some parts of Dublin city there seems to be no water […]

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