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Gathering from the Tides

Gathering from the Tides

A sense of nostalgic pride surrounded the opening of the Ringsend Gathering Festival. The Ringsend and Irishtown Community Centre played host to the launch of The Dublin Dock Workers Preservation Society’s photographic exhibition. A lively mixture of youth and experience […]

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Passion

Passion

At the Berlin office of a global advertising outfit, executive Christine (Rachel McAdams) has a twisted working relationship with her dedicated assistant Isobel (Noomi Rapace), showering her with affection while stabbing her in the back at every opportunity. When Isobel […]

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Give a Little, Help a Lot

Give a Little, Help a Lot

You’ve probably heard of the One Percent Difference campaign by now but may be confused as to what it’s all about. NewsFour spoke to Seamus Mulconry, executive director of Philanthropy Ireland, to find out just what the campaign is and […]

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Naturopathic Nutrition – Love your liver

Naturopathic Nutrition - Love your liver

Your liver is your body’s primary organ of detoxification – when it’s not well, neither are you! The largest organ in the body, it works pretty hard all day processing and filtering nutrients and toxins from the blood. It produces […]

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Marking the Site

Marking the Site

As Dublin become more populous and the endlessly discussed economic situation continues to inhibit growth and development, worn patches are beginning to show themselves in the city’s infrastructure and its commercial properties. Boarded-up shop fronts are that bit more common, […]

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Smear Test Essential to Prevent Cancer

Smear Test Essential to Prevent Cancer

Not getting a smear test is now the biggest risk factor for cervical cancer, a local doctor told us, after a report from Ireland’s national screening service found that nearly one in three Dublin women have still not used the […]

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Driving Ms D4

Driving Ms D4

As more women tackle the challenge of learning to drive, demand for female driving instructors has increased. According to the Road Safety Authority (RSA), around ten percent of instructors in this country are now female. Karl Walsh of ISM, Ireland’s […]

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The Pride of Donnybrook

The Pride of Donnybrook

She still says “committ-ee” with a broad Kerry accent, but Esther McGrath is the heart and soul of the Beech Hill Community in Donnybrook. Originally from Waterville in the Kingdom, Esther married a local man and settled twenty years ago […]

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Information Needed on Historic Tragedy

Information Needed on Historic Tragedy

Last year, NewsFour readers came up trumps in assisting Councillor Paddy McCartan’s quest regarding information on relatives of a late merchant seaman John Hearn, who was lost at sea in 1940. The Ringsend man was represented at a civic reception […]

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On the right track

On the right track

Dublin City Council has some good news for Dublin Four’s cyclists, having approved the construction of a cycleway that will link Ringsend with Fairview, via the Samuel Beckett Bridge. The route will be the second phase of the Sutton to […]

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