Tag Archives: Dublin


Memorials Held For Magdalene Laundry Victims

Image Source: by Lelia Connolly Up to one hundred people attended a special event at Bohermore Cemetery this afternoon, to remember the women of Galway’s Magdalene Laundries. Memorials were also held in Dublin and Cork. The ‘Flowers for Magdalenes’ event is now in its 6th year and sees flowers laid on the graves of the women


Red Hot Chili Peppers Postpone Dublin Gigs

  by Lelia Connolly The Red Hot Chili Peppers have unfortunately had to postpone their 3Arena shows tomorrow (20th) and Wednesday (21st) due to illness. A statement from the band has been released saying; “We are so sorry that we cannot come to Dublin as planned for the next few days. Anthony has been fighting off the


All Ireland Final “Day”?

  By Eoin Togher It was the third Sunday of September, the occasion had finally arrived-All Ireland Final day, the date both Mayo and Dublin fans marked in their diaries: the 18th of September. Everyone anticipated an epic battle and could not wait to see who came out on top, Mayo were the underdogs while Dublin

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Man arrested in Adventure World case

      by Patrick Kazimierczak A man has been arrested and questioned in a Dublin Garda station over an armed robbery at an adventure centre in Tallaght.   Two men entered the Tallaght adventure centre in Whitestown Business Park; they were driven there by a third person who waited in the car outside.  


DART Drivers Set To Strike

img – www.breakingnews.ie   by Danielle Holian DART drivers have voted to go on strike. The action is in response to Irish Rail starting to run trains every ten minutes on Sunday; more regular service is to begin from April 10th. SIPTU’s Paul Cullen said, “Our members see the introduction of a 10 minute DART