Thursday, November 21, 2019

Festina Lente Saddled up for Saint Joseph’s Shankill

On Monday the 11th of November, the Festina Lente Outreach Team visited the staff and residents of St Joseph’s Shankill, to show help highlight...

It’s Gold for Greystones digital agency Bbmm

A Greystones based digital agency has officially received a Gold Certification from SharpSpring - a global provider of cloud-based marketing and email software solutions...

We’ve two of the best Chinese in Europe

DUBLIN has its fair share of amazing Chinese restaurants. And according to a new list of 50 best Chinese restaurants in Europe, these two...

700 struck by mumps as vaccine falls

MORE than 700 Dubliners have been struck down with mumps so far this year. Like measles, mumps is a very serious disease which can...

Penneys to close store

PENNEYS in Rathfarnham is set to close, prompting concerns over the impact the closure will have on the local area. The store, located in Rathfarnham...

Uncle Gaybo is ‘unlikely’ to return to TV or radio

GAY BYRNE is unlikely to return to radio and TV and radio and he is still “up and down” from his prostate cancer treatment,...

Sorry, no ID, no entry says pub

RTE presenter Evanne Ni Chuilinn was “disappointed” after a popular Dublin pub refused her entry because she had no ID. Bouncers at Dicey’s Garden told...

We could be big in Japan with new direct flights

A DIRECT flight from Dublin Airport to Japan may be on the cards as talks took place last week with Japanese officials about the...

Trinity grad in ‘school’ jumper refused wine

A GRADUATE was left completely bemused by staff in a South Dublin supermarket after she was refused alcohol because she was wearing a ‘uniform’...

Bank chief warns of Brexit damage to us

THE Central Bank’s new Governor, Gabriel Makhlouf, has warned that all the outcomes of the UK leaving the EU are damaging for the economy,...
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