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The Ripple Effect – Generosity can be contagious!

The Ripple Effect – Generosity can be contagious!

Many people are facing stark choices as a result of the current economic situation. Do you pay the overdue ESB bill or put food on the table? Unfortunately some people have no choice but to skip meals just to keep […]

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Share your Lunch

Share your Lunch

Question: How much does it cost you to share your lunch with some of the poorest people on the planet? Answer: Absolutely nothing! Regular readers of NewsFour may be familiar with the charitable work of the Anchorage Project at 10A […]

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Writers in Sandymount

Writers in Sandymount

Sandymount has a rich literary history from James Joyce, Oscar Wilde and WB Yeats. These world famous writers were concerned with the written word in a time where print was the only way to communicate – a world away from […]

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Dublin Author Solves Publishing Puzzle

Dublin Author Solves Publishing Puzzle

For many, writing, let alone having your work published, can be a daunting task. Thanks to the internet however, it’s now easier than ever to get your work out there. Dublin author Laurence O’Bryan is example of a writer who […]

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Dalkey Drilling – An Taisce get involved

Dalkey Drilling – An Taisce get involved

Just before Christmas An Taisce announced that they have been granted a judicial review at the High Court against the Department of Environment, Community and Local Government, for allocating licences to Providence Resources Ltd to survey and drill in Dublin […]

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Just Saying

Just Saying

In a new web video Director and Irish emigrant, Dave Tynan, paints a haunting, yet hopeful, picture of Irish emigration and Dublin. The video titled ‘Just Saying’ was produced by Dublin based film producer Kathryn Kennedy and directed by Tynan- […]

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International Caps Presentation

International Caps Presentation

Olympian Raymond Gannon was awarded an international soccer cap in Dublin City Hall on Thursday 13th of December. It was an impressive venue for the 7th Annual FAI Football for All International Caps night.  Special Olympics Ireland was represented by […]

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Discovering Generation V

Discovering Generation V

Most days Adam Lacey, a 22- year-old music and ancient classics student in NUI Maynooth slides out of his bed, knocks on YouTube, and spends his free time between classes watching video blogs. The phenomenon of video blogging (vlogging for […]

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Tis the Season to be Sensible

Tis the Season to be Sensible

We may dream of a white Christmas but, come January, many of us will find our bank accounts in the red. When it comes to sensible spending over the holiday season, we rarely behave like wise men (or women). A […]

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Tidy Towns

Tidy Towns

You may have noticed over the last year or so that Sandymount has been looking brighter and cleaner and you will be pleased to learn this is the work of the recently formed Sandymount Tidy Towns group. The roots for […]

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