u 16 double delight for syls

U-16 double delight for Syl’s

St Sylvester’s U-16s completed a tossing and football league title double recently, beating Ballinteer St John’s by 3-22 to 1-15 to claim the Division 3 hurling title on residence turf in Malahide on Tuesday before seeing off Cuala in the football decider on Saturday by…

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caution residential property titan plans might change face of dundrum forever

Caution Residential Property Titan Plans Might Change Face Of Dundrum Forever

By Rachel Cunningham Reps from Envision Dundrum have revealed concern over potentially brewing growth strategies that might bring about considerable modifications to Dundrum Town Centre and also the surrounding location. Home gigantic Hammerson co-owns Dundrum Community Centre with joint venture companion Allianz and also its…

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head2head stroll returns for cystic fibrosis ireland

Head2Head Stroll Returns for Cystic Fibrosis Ireland

After the success of their digital stroll in 2020, the Head2Head yearly stroll is returning this year on the 5th of September, writes Amy Rohu. The occasion aims to motivate all to finish either a 21km or 42Km walk, the range from Howth to Sandymount,…

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kilternan horse centre plans fall at first hurdle

Kilternan horse centre plans fall at first hurdle

BILLIONAIRE property developer Luke Comer has suffered a setback in his plans to build an equine centre of excellence in Kilternan. Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council have decided to refuse his application to extend the duration of planning permission for the planned centre near the Kilternan…

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young local artist accepted into acclaimed exhibition

Young local artist accepted into acclaimed exhibition

A young Southside artist is set to exhibit her work in a highly renowned exhibition opening later this month. Méabh Hennelly, from Stillorgan, was selected through an open submission process to exhibit her photographic artwork in the prestigious 191st Royal Hibernian Academy (RHA) Annual Exhibition,…

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former nurse opens ye olde curiosity shoppe in leopardstown

Former nurse opens Ye Olde Curiosity Shoppe in Leopardstown

By Rachel Cunningham Deirdre Knight was a qualified midwife and theatre nurse when she ventured into the world of business in 2015, gaining experience as an ISO auditor and collecting vintage pieces in her spare time. She explained: “In doing that work I got sound…

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blackrock educate together secondary school opens for the first time

Blackrock Educate Together Secondary School opens for the first time

Blackrock Educate Together Secondary School opened its doors for the first time this week to first year students. Temporarily located in the Sandymount Building on Simmonscourt Road, Dublin 4, the school will be able to cater for around 1,000 students when fully established. It’s permanent…

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Outdoor Poetry in the beautiful surroundings of Cabinteely Park’s Japanese Garden

Nell Regan reads from A Void in the Clouds, a new translation of Ogura’s 100 Poems by 100 Poets, one of one of the most vital collections of poetry in Japan. Though the poets include emperors as well as empresses, courtiers and high priests, ladies-in-waiting…

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dlrcoco votes to reduce property tax by 15 for 2022

DLRCoCo votes to reduce property tax by 15% for 2022

Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown County Councillors have voted to reduce the Local Property Tax for homes in the county by 15% for 2022. At yesterday evening’s council meeting, 24 elected representatives voted in favour of the cut while 16 voted to retain the tax at its current…

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gaelic football ballyboden hold back brave ballinteer

Gaelic football: Ballyboden hold back brave Ballinteer

2020 small ‘a’ football Champion final Ballyboden St Enda’s 4-12 Ballinteer St John’s 2-11 Ballyboden St Enda’s were crowned Dublin small ‘A’ football champions for the seventh time in their background after success over Ballinteer St John’s in last Wednesday’s high-scoring decider (2020) in Parnell…

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