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REG RYAN – THE SCHEMER

Concluding the remarkable story of Reg Ryan Gavan Bergin On November 18th 1952, Reg Ryan was playing for Ireland against France at Dalymount Park in Dublin when the crash barriers at each end of the ground broke and the crowd […]

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What Will Katie Do Next?

BJ Quinn April 30th, 2022, Katie Taylor vs. Amanda Serrano was marketed as the ‘biggest women’s fight of all time’. On paper, the event broke all the records before the bell was rung: It was the first female fight ever […]

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“Free Mental Health Services are vital with rising cost of living!” says National Mental Health Charity

Turn2Me, a National Mental Health Charity, has stated that free mental health services are absolutely vital, now more than ever, with the rising costs of living. The charity stated an increased number of users reported feeling anxious about the rising […]

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Meet the RICC Radio Crew

If you haven’t yet tuned into RICC Radio and the amazing podcasts that go out every week where have you been? At the helm of the radio show are the three amigos, Mick Hanley who is the radio manager, Jennifer […]

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Words of Passion and Truth: Thomas Gregg
New Local Voice Emerges on Scene

Louise Whelan Thomas Gregg lives in the same world as the rest of us, but he sees it a little differently. That’s because Thomas has a poet’s mind. Poets not only see the world around them, but observe and analyse […]

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IMMA Launch Major New Exhibition

David Prendeville On July 7th past IMMA (Irish Museum of Modern Art) launched a new exhibition, The Otolith Group: Xenogenesis, addressing contemporary social and planetary issues and the impact of humans on the earth. The exhibition is fresh off a […]

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Best Back to School Movies Streaming Right Now

BJ Quinn I used to dread going back to school. I remember, as a neurotic six-year-old, pulling my mother aside the day before returning saying: “I can’t do it, I forgot how to add and subtract! And the alphabet? Forget […]

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Cinema’s Revival in 2022

David Prendeville It’s been a terrific year for film so far in 2022. Paul Verhoeven’s Benedetta, Joanna Hogg’s The Souvenir Part 2, Lucille Hadžihalilović’s Earwig, Sean Baker’s Red Rocket and Gaspar Noe’s Vortex are just some of the stellar titles […]

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From The Grand Canal To The Dodder –
Illustrious Lives by Beatrice M. Doran

Dermot Carmody Beatrice M. Doran’s book is a collection of concise biographies of a number of extraordinary individuals who have dwelt at one time or another between the watery boundaries of the Dodder and the Grand Canal. Around 70 souls […]

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