Archive for the Gallery Category

Property Apartheid

Property Apartheid

Women’s rights have changed unbelievably in the last few decades. We can vote, we have choice who (and if) we choose to marry, we can get any job we are qualified for and if we want to buy a place […]

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The Lost Boys

The Lost Boys

Just off Dame Street there just happens to be two Starbucks practically next to each other. The venue was chosen mainly because it’s the cheapest venue to host a chat about mental health and youth unemployment. Due to the economic […]

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Remembering Noah

Remembering Noah

Jason and Debbie Reid’s world was turned upside down when their unborn son Noah was diagnosed with Potters Syndrome/Bilateral Renal Agenesis, which is a condition that inhibits the formation of kidneys in the foetus. With the support of family, friends […]

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Niamh Walsh Rememberance

Niamh Walsh Rememberance

We would like to say thanks to everyone who touched or was touched by Niamh’s life. €580 was generously received by Enable Ireland on your behalf. From the Walsh family. Garden In Heaven There Was A Special Garden in Heaven […]

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Funny Bone Tune-up?

Funny Bone Tune-up?

A new musical comedy club night, the Fandora Club, which bills itself as ‘a show, inside a competition, inside a show’ takes place on the first Thursday of every month at The Grand Social just off the Ha’penny Bridge. The […]

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We Are Sailing

We Are Sailing

Now that the excitement of the Tall Ships is subsiding and we’ve begun to take stock of the enormous good it did, the challenge is to properly understand its legacy. The Tall Ships races are races for sail training. The […]

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The Cliffs of Moher One-Day Tour

The Cliffs of Moher One-Day Tour

One Saturday in September, I took a €40 day trip with The Dublin Tour Company to the Cliffs of Moher. I boarded the shuttle bus departing from outside the Dublin Discover Ireland Centre at Suffolk Street at 7am, where I […]

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Your Number One Priority

Your Number One Priority

There has been a great deal of controversy voiced in the area about the changes to local bus routes, and at NewsFour we have received a number of calls from distraught readers. Up to a few months ago there was […]

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Martin goes to the Fleadh Cheoil

Martin goes to the Fleadh Cheoil

On Saturday August 18th local man Martin Lawlor (right) and Banjo player Kieran Ferry set off for the Fleadh Cheoil in Cavan. They said they would be celebrating win, lose or draw. The standard of the bodhrán over 18s competition […]

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Dancing at Dodder View

Dancing at Dodder View

The Dodder View Cottages Street Party on 8th September celebrated 100 years since the houses there began construction. The event was a massive success for a community still coming to terms with the 2011 flooding. The street party attracted over […]

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