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Fast For Focus

Fast For Focus

NewsFour was on hand to witness the passing of a cheque for €500 from Abundant Grace Christian Assembly to Focus Ireland. Assembly members conducted a fast for 21 days, modelled on the fast of Daniel in Isaiah 58: 6-7. The […]

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To Hell or Monto

To Hell or Monto

“Monto” is still a word that slips from the lips of Dubliners often, with an air of affectionate or roguish allusion. Monto was, of course, the infamous red-light district named for Montgomery Street (now Foley Street) and enclosed within the […]

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Dodder Day Clean-Up

Dodder Day Clean-Up

The group Dodder Action conducted their annual Dodder Day clean-up on April 18th. This is the third year of the event, which focusses on an attempt to build a community along the whole river. The main meeting points for volunteer […]

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Pet Poison

Pet Poison

Ireland is known as a nation of animal lovers, and when we take pets into our home they quickly become integral members of our family. There is a lot of pain involved with losing a cherished pet, with many experiencing […]

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Jump in at the Deep End – with ESB Swimming Club

Jump in at the Deep End - with ESB Swimming Club

The ESB Swimming Club which has been based in the Sportsco Complex since 1979 was founded well over 55 years ago and is going from strength to strength. David Rossiter, who is highly involved with the club, spoke to NewsFour […]

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Did Your Granny Make Bombs for the War?

Did Your Granny Make Bombs for the War?

When Hugo McGuinness was giving a talk around a series of photographs depicting a group of women working in a munitions factory in the Docklands, a member of the gathering piped up, pointed to a picture and proclaimed, “That’s my […]

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Auf Wiedersehen Pets

Auf Wiedersehen Pets

It is with a heavy sadness that I have to wish you all Auf Wiedersehen as I fly off for a new life in Germany next week. I have worked with NewsFour and Sandymount Community Services since 2010 both as […]

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Dublin Bay Conference & “Did Your Granny Make Bombs for the War?”

Dublin Bay Conference & "Did Your Granny Make Bombs for the War?”

There are some fascinating insights into local history open to the public today and tomorrow, with the 300th anniversary of the Great South Wall in Dublin Port and the Dublin Dock Workers Preservation Society’s “Did Your Granny Make Bombs for […]

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Railway U18s Retain Umbrella 7s

Railway U18s Retain Umbrella 7s

As always at Railway, there is plenty of action on the pitch at this time of year. With the season drawing to a close, most of the league action is over. All teams are in the middle of cup campaigns […]

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Sandymount Tidy Towns Events

Sandymount Tidy Towns Events

Sandymount Tidy Towns has lots in store for the community over the coming months! This Saturday (May 2) will see the Sandymount Tree Walk, a leisurely and informative one or two hour wander around Sandymount. Beginning on the Green at […]

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