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Nineteen years after his debut for Dublin, Conal Keaney is on the road to return.
Yvonne Farrell and Shelley McNamara, architects behind Dublin’s new City Library, have been awarded with The UK’s highest honour for architecture.
In Dublin there is now a class immersive street art tour in collaboration with Jameson.
On Saturday, August 15th, UFC is returning to Dublin’s 3 Arena after four years.
The new Ridley Scott film which will mostly take place around Dublin, Meath, Wicklow and Tipperary are looking for Local extras for filming.
Jamie Oliver has decided to serve up comfort food at a new Dublin restaurant opening in April.
New releases of three, four and five-bedroom houses are coming to south Dublin on New homes schemes.
Later this week Ireland will be getting Europe’s first Magnum Ruby, available across spar stores.
In the 2020 Spirit of Community Awards, three Dubliners are been included in Pramerica’s top 20 finalists.
JLS have announced going back on tour with Dublin and Belfast gigs.
Sam Dennigan, a Dublin man is delighted after his vegan food brand is endorsed by Hollywood superstar Gwyneth Paltrow.
Saoirse Ronan reveals she is proud of her working class Dublin roots.
Prince William and Kate Middleton plan to visit Dublin between Tuesday 3rd March and Thursday 5th March.
Robbie Keane plays a prank on a member of the Middlesbrough press staff.
Deacon Blue’s fans-Their ‘Cities of Love’ tour will take place in Dublin Olympia Theatre on Tuesday, November 3.
An event organised by Kevin Street staff and the TU Dublin Graduate Network will take place on Saturday, February 29 and will be a trip down memory lane.
Smart, classic and contemporary new uniforms unveiled for Aer Lingus.
Jeans made the way they used to be with Savile Row-style craftsmanship in ‘The Dublin factory’.
Looking for class cinemas in Dublin? Here are ten of the best.
In 2020 a One Direction reunion is on the horizon.
Fourth class students from St. Fiachra’s National School in Beaumont are supporting the 2020 Citywide Reading Campaign.
‘The Giraffe Habitat Challenge’ which is sponsored by SSE Airtricity, ’ tasked budding young designers to try their hand at creating a new giraffe habitat, Northside students celebrate their competition success.
Over the next five years, Irish Rail has committed to upgrading and replacing lifts at all DART and commuter rail stations.
According to An Post, the first capital city in the world to see zero emissions postal delivery is Dublin.
An exclusive Lindt pop up store will be coming to Dublin for two days only for Valentine’s Day.
15-year milestone marked with new features for Google Maps.
The Titanic is being rebuilt and should be ready to sail a maiden voyage in 2022.
The cheapest breakfast in Dublin has been announced and it’s in IKEA.
15-year milestone marked with Google Maps and new features.
In ‘Twenty Two Dublin’ on Thursday April 16th, Miss Dublin 2020 will take place, applications are now taking place.
This summer the football pitches in Kilbogget Park pitches will reopen.
Fitness fanatics, The Dublin Meat Company’s Fit Food range are launching a range of healthy lunch options with same day delivery.
There have been some class murals of Ireland’s Six Nations stars women’s rugby players appearing around the country.
Exciting new dining options are coming to Dublin Airport with a ten year contract, Handsome Burger and Camile Thai.
Thanks to a joint initiative by environmental not-for-profit organisation Repak and waste recovery operator Panda, Dublin businesses have helped raise more than €20,000 for Focus Ireland.
Loreto Primary School in Rathfarnham were excited to get a glimpse into what life was like 25 years ago when a time capsule from 1995 was opened.
Aircraft Technician Apprenticeship and Landing Gear MAMF Apprenticeship roles are available by Dublin Aerospace, February 29 is the deadline.
In Dundrum, Brown Thomas are to open a major new shop.
In Dublin a group of primary school children are on a mission to try to end the use of single-use plastic party bags.
On Friday mornings at 10am a group of people meet in Taney Parish Centre, Dundrum-they are all Pram Jam Singers-parents and carers who love to sing.
After two years a North Dublin hotel, Metro Hotel is re-opened with a €20 million upgrade.
First international service launches with Dublin Airport to city centre route by UK coach operator National Express
In Cork a farmer is ecstatic when one of his sheep gives birth to quintuplet of lambs.
Is chilling out a waste of time? Claudia Hammond’s new book “The Art Of Rest” puts to rest this idea.
Shamrock Shakes return to McDonald’s for St Patrick’s Day.
St. Patrick’s Day Mullingar Half Marathon will takes place on the 17th March in the heart of Mullingar Town.
Athletes-Running shoes which help you go faster, The science behind it
Wolves Return and Use Bases as Havens 5 Years After Turning Disused Military Bases into Nature Reserves
4 Simple Ocular Stretches to keep your eyes in good shape for Computer Users
Nicola Roberts ‘confirmed as The masked Singer Queen Bee?
The national minimum wage set out in the National Minimum Wage Order 2020 is €10.10 per hour from 1 st February 2020
Vicky Phelan’s book “Overcoming ” has been named as the Irish Book of the Year.
Make-A-Wish is looking for volunteers in Dublin to help on Wish Day this march 13th
A new line of kids clothing for children with additional needs has been designed by Dunnes Stores.
A National Cultural Policy Framework to 2025 has been announced as Irelands first ever.
Ninth year of growth celebrated as 32.9 million passengers wecomed through Dublin Airport in 2019 .
€5 million in funding welcomed by council in Dun Laoghaire for new multi-sports centre.
The Mousetrap runs from March 30th to April 4th 2020 at Dublin’s Gaiety Theatre.
The 8th UCDVO Development Film Series will take place over five consecutive Monday evenings, starting the 27th January – 24th February 2020
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February 6, 2020