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Wear a Hat for Her….

Irish charity Brain Tumour Ireland (BTI) is calling on people in Dublin to don their favourite hat in support of its annual awareness and fundraising campaign #WearAHatDay on Friday, 23rd October 2020. The annual campaign raises funds for the charity’s […]

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The Gluten Free Living Show 2020

The Gluten Free Living Show 2020, supported by SuperValu, runs from 12th-16th October People who have to adopt a gluten-free diet for medical reasons often fail to get the support they need deal with the psychological challenges they face. Around […]

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One for the BooksRed Line Book Festival online 12 to 18 October

The Red Line Book Festival will go ahead this year despite government restrictions, with a reimagined programme of online events, taking place from 12-18 October. An initiative of South Dublin Libraries and Arts, the Red Line Book Festival has returned, […]

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Epilepsy Ireland’s Rose Week 12th–19th October 2020

Epilepsy Ireland’s national fundraising week, Rose Week, takes place from the 12th – 19th October. Epilepsy Ireland is the only organisation in the country who raise awareness of the condition which affects 40,000 people in Ireland today. Alongside their vital […]

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Inauspicious start for Stephen Kenny

David Prendeville Ireland’s dream of playing in next year’s rescheduled European Championships is no more, after they were beaten on penalties by Slovakia in the play off semi-final. The boys in green had played out a 0-0 in Slovakia before […]

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October November 2020 Issue

October November 2020 Issue

October/November 2020 Oct-Nov 2020 NewsFour Press2 by dara o riordain on Scribd

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St. Patrick’s Church weekly draw 12th October

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St. Patrick’s Church weekly draw 28th September

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Ringsend and District Autism Support Group

Shay Connolly Ringsend and District Autism Support Group held their first meeting in RICC on Wed, 1st July last. The Group was set up to offer support and for information sharing for parents who are struggling with the everyday problems […]

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Free musical instruments loan scheme for 12 to 17 year-olds at Dublin City Library

Eoin Meegan If you’re a teenager and you envisage yourself having a future career in the music business, but frustration bugs you because you don’t have, or can’t afford, a musical instrument, then keep reading. Musical instruments, even secondhand ones, […]

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