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Mr Tilly

Mr Tilly would like to wish everyone in the area a Happy New Year and thanks to everyone for their very generous donations for his Christmas light display. His house had many visitors this year and he raised a phenominal […]

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Lincoln Film Review

Lincoln Film Review

It seemed inevitable that if any modern film-maker was to tackle the subject of America’s sixteenth, and most revered president, it would be Steven Spielberg. Should Hollywood ever unveil its own Mount Rushmore, no doubt his face will be the […]

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First Junior Soccer Team of Edenmore

First Junior Soccer Team of Edenmore

Dublin Corporation built the Edenmore Estate in around 1964. Most of the families came from the inner city. It was and still is a vibrant place to live. Edenmore became a very strong community and lots of parents became active […]

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Dropkick Murphy’s in Vicar Street

Dropkick Murphy’s in Vicar Street

On the 13th of January the Dropkick Murphy’s played Vicar Street resulting in the usual mosh pits and shenanigans associated with the band. An American punk rock/Celtic folk band from Boston who started out in the 90’s they made a […]

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D4 Woman Makes Good-Will Gesture

D4 Woman Makes Good-Will Gesture

Founded in 1994 by the late movie star Paul Newman, Barretstown is a non-profit camp aimed at improving the lives of children who suffer from life-threatening illnesses. Situated at Barretstown Castle in Co. Kildare, the camp provides state of the […]

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Culinary Corner by Gemma Byrne

Culinary Corner by Gemma Byrne

Heart Melting Brownies These brownies would make a delicious finish to a romantic Valentine’s meal for two; crunchy on the outside with a gooey chewy centre and a really strong chocolate hit. They can be made well in advance so […]

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Help My House

Help My House

Q. My house is suffering leaks. Can I fix them later or are they causing damage? A. If you see a problem, get it fixed before it becomes a few problems. Around 40% of the house inspections we do relate […]

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Literacy – let’s get started

Literacy – let’s get started

For years Ireland was lauded as having the most highly educated people in Europe, but lately we have learned to our shame that we have failed our citizens, as one in four people in Ireland cannot read, write or have […]

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Wine

In matching wines with sweet foods it is advisable to match sweet with sweet. There are so many sweet wines available on the market today, produced from different grape varieties from around the world, providing different levels of sweetness and […]

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Writers in Sandymount

Writers in Sandymount

Sandymount has a rich literary history from James Joyce, Oscar Wilde and WB Yeats. These world famous writers were concerned with the written word in a time where print was the only way to communicate – a world away from […]

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