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An Outstanding Year

An Outstanding Year

On Saturday October 20th I spoke with Gabriel Murphy at St. Patrick’s Rowing Club end of season BBQ. Gabriel who has been a member of the East Coast Council for a long time and was also PRO of the East […]

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Amazing Grace

Amazing Grace

The Abundant Grace Christian Assembly centre on 57 Irishtown Road, Dublin 4 is a non denominational, independent Pentecostal Church where people come from all ethnic and religious backgrounds. They don’t see themselves as Catholic or Protestant they just see themselves […]

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A Chinese Dickens

A Chinese Dickens

An early School leaver from China has won the Nobel Prize in literature this year. He is the first Chinese citizen to win this prize since its creation 111 years ago. Author Mo Yan, whose real name is Guan Moye, […]

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12 Shows of Christmas

12 Shows of Christmas

There are many things that we only do at Christmas in this country. It’s the only time outside of a funeral that some of us will darken a church door without the promise of a free meal and a loose […]

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Sad fate of Sandymount Seal

Sad fate of Sandymount Seal

Moira Lawson, a photographer based in Dublin, took an early morning stroll on Sandymount Beach recently. The tide was way out and Moira noticed a rather unusual looking lump on the beach. The lump turned out to be a baby […]

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Naturopathic Nutrition

Naturopathic Nutrition

Vitamin D, the new kid on the block, is getting a lot of press and research attention lately and after the… er… ‘Summer’ we’ve just had, maybe it’s time we took notice. In times past, it was known that Vitamin […]

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The Food Corner: Chicken Cacciatore

The Food Corner: Chicken Cacciatore

With the arrival of an Autumn chill in the air this classic Italian dish is a welcome warmer. It’s a simple, rustic meal but the rich sauce is packed with the flavour of the wine, olives and tomatoes. (Picture by […]

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Artist in Profile: Sarah Rossney

Artist in Profile: Sarah Rossney

Dublin-based artist Sarah Rossney began working in stained glass and her style has evolved into the more intricate design of her contemporary paintings. Her works are a backdrop to people’s everyday lives and often capture the buildings and memories of […]

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Fairytale Starts for Railway’s Newest Teams

Fairytale Starts for Railway's Newest Teams

If Carlsberg did season openers, they might just look to Railway Union’s newly-fledged Under 21s and Women’s teams for inspiration. The U21s side travelled to Clane for their first ever line-up in a 10-a-side tournament. Although the weather wasn’t ideal, […]

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Old Wesley RFC

Old Wesley RFC

Now that Katie Taylor has helped put women’s boxing on the map, Old Wesley RFC are planning the same for the oval ball game by launching Women’s and Girl’s Rugby! It is our goal to cater for both experienced players […]

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