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Preview of Cannes 2021

David Prendeville All going well, July should see the return of the Cannes Film Festival. The most prestigious film festival in the world was, eventually, cancelled in 2020, after many delays. Its return this year will certainly be symbolic of […]

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Political visionary or ‘divorced from reality’ – Eoghan Murphy exits the Irish political scene

Dermot Carmody April 27th this year saw the surprise resignation from Dail Eireann of Fine Gael TD for Dublin Bay South and former Minister For Housing, Eoghan Murphy. Not least as a result of holding the latter post, Murphy evoked […]

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New Lord Mayor of Ringsend and Irishtown

A big congratulations from NewsFour to Derek Buckley on recently being elected Lord Mayor of Ringsend and Irishtown. Derek has worked tirelessly over the years as a community volunteer and took up the reins on May 1st last at the […]

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SPORT RETURNS TO RAILWAY UNION

Railway Union Bowling Club welcomes new players for Summer 2021. Lawn bowls is a very sociable sport and can be played by all ages and particularly popular with ex players from other team sports who’s playing days are behind them. […]

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Top 10 Tips for Sleep

Science is today rediscovering the amazing benefits of quality sleep, including how it builds up our immune system and may help fight against viruses. Here Health Scientist and Sleep Coach Tom Coleman gives us the Science: Sleep is essential at […]

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Irish grown flower market business boom!

Irish grown flower market business boom!

Read about your local flower farms and the recent business boom in Irish cut flowers!

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Turntable Takeover

Brian Quinn Vinyl sales soar to the highest level since 1990 I’m very good at the past; it’s the present I can’t figure out. I’ve gotten to the point where I can’t remember song titles, or at least they don’t […]

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How We Survived Covid-19

David Prendeville As Ireland prepares to reopen we ask, what have we learned from the pandemic, and will the “new normal” be a blessing or a bane? At long last, it looks like we may, hopefully, be emerging from the […]

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RICC – May 2021 – News Update

Ringsend and Irishtown Community Centre (RICC) have been super busy these past months providing outreach to the Community and with some services resuming in line with the current government guidelines. RICC 13th Annual ‘Stay Day Parade’ Unable to celebrate our […]

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Hail the ‘New Normal’ at Clann Gael Fontenoy

Felix O’Regan The ‘new normal’ has been welcomed with open arms by all at the club. The ’normal’ reflects the return to play now being enjoyed by all age groups – albeit in pods of 15 with health and safety […]

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