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undergoing an operation at Beaumont Hospital to remove one of his kidneys for living donation. Ivan was discharged from hospital five days after his operation but Sam will remain at Temple Street for a few weeks as he continues to recover. Continued page 2

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(LEFT): Ivan Kinahan pictured with his son Sam; and (ABOVE), Sam recovering in Temple Street after his kidney transplant operation.

Sam gets kidney gift from dad “Myself and my wife Chloe are looking forward to getting him home. While recuperating at His older sister Ali really home, Ivan said it was a great privilege to be able to misses him. It has been a very emotional time for all give Sam his kidney. of us. “He is a great child,” “The transplant will said Ivan. “The kidney is make a huge difference working well for him, but for all of us. Sam won’t it is expected he will be be pulled away three kept in hospital for a few times a week for dialysis weeks as he continues to treatment.” recover. continued from p. 1

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Ivan said that when he woke up after his operation, he immediately felt a great sense of relief. “In the immediate days following the transplant there was a huge relief for me that things had worked out,” he said. “Sam’s illness had put pressure on family for so long and a pressure which I carried personally, the huge extent of which I wasn't fully aware of until after the transplant went ahead. “I would encourage everyone to discuss organ donation. We are very conscious that other kids in Sam's dialysis ward don't have suitable living donors and they and their

families are depending on the goodwill of the general public to sign up for a donor card. “Beaumont Hospital demonstrated huge sensitivity to my needs as they tried to balance the importance of caring for me while I was eager to get to see Sam who was across the city at Temple Street Hospital.” Ivan added: “Our family is hugely grateful to the medical, nursing and surgical teams at Temple Street and Beaumont Hospitals for their wonderful care as well as to the Irish Kidney Association for supporting us throughout the process."

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Government’s climate change plan a sensible and fair path Every generation wants to leave the world in a better place than they found it for their children. We have a short window of opportunity to act. We must act now if we are to reduce our reliance on carbon and leave a better, healthier, more sustainable Ireland for www.richardbruton.ie future generations. The changes required are profound. YOUNG people across Dublin and the They will involve changes to how we heat our homes, how we plan our country have led the way in calling journeys, how we manage our farms for more action to meet the climate challenge. They recognise the urgency or businesses. We are putting in place the structures to make these choices of the issue and how critical it is for their generation that we take radical easier but they will require a sustained effort from everyone if we are to be action now. successful. We can already see the impact that The benefit is clear. By making these human behaviour is having on the changes now, we are putting ourselves world we pass on to our children. on a more sustainable path which Extreme weather events such as the recent storms and heavy snowfall seen will ultimately secure a more resilient in Dublin brought the city to a standstill country for future generations. Our with schools and businesses forced to businesses will be more competitive, close. Other countries have witnessed our homes more sustainable and our farms more efficient. even worse effects.

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We plan for a rapid increase in the number of electric vehicles on our roads and will build a nationwide charging network to support them. We will replace fossil fuel dependent heating systems with heat pumps in our homes. We will improve farming practices, making them more sustainable. We will increase the amount of our electricity that is generated from renewable energy to 70 percent and develop a framework so that people can sell excess energy from their home solar panels back onto the grid. We

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Climate Action Plan unveiled: what they said ALL eyes were on Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment, Richard Bruton, last week when the Government published its Climate Action Plan, which aims to give Irish people a “cleaner, safer and more sustainable future”. The far-reaching plan sets out over 180 actions, together with hundreds of sub-actions, that need to be taken at a time when the warning signs are growing, and the time for taking action is rapidly reducing. See below some of the reaction from public representatives and interested groups, and also, Opinion on Page 4. Green Party spokesperson on Climate

Change, Cllr David Healy "The Climate Action Plan proposes to deal with transport emissions by switching diesel engines to electric engines. It doesn't consider the other problems with our transport system especially the human costs, including congestion, affordability, public health, social isolation, quality of life, and economic costs. It doesn't acknowledge the resource issues involved in substituting the entire transport fleet, including the use of rare metals in batteries.” Dublin Fingal TD Alan Farrell (FG) “Fine Gael is driving unprecedented cross-party collaboration on climate

action and the Government is now stepping up the response. The publication of the all-of-Government climate plan is a landmark moment in the fight against climate breakdown. This plan will give Irish people a cleaner, safer and more sustainable future and will benefit generations of people in north county Dublin. Ultimately this is about securing a better, healthier, more resilient future for the whole country.” Social Democrats coleader, Catherine Murphy TD “We welcome that the Government’s plan to tackle the climate emergency has got this

far. Having a plan is a good start. But clearly the Government has not worked out a lot of things and it will be all about the implementation. So far, this Government have not impressed on implementing major infrastructure or change projects.” Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) Director General, Brian Cooke “The Motor Industry continues to be supportive of the drive towards zero emissions transport. The Climate Action Plan is hugely ambitious and it is important that we get greater clarity on the detail of any proposals, both short term and long term. The industry is a key

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Wheels set in motion for bike parade DUBLIN City Council is calling on locals to take part in a fun-filled cycling event this week. The Bike Parade will be held on Wednesday, June 26 (3.30pm) as part of the Velo-city 2019 international cycling conference. Delegates attending the conference will depart from the Convention Centre Dublin and travel along a section of the Sutton to Sandycove (S2S) cycle route. The route is a UNESCO designated Biosphere and one of Dublin City Council’s and the National Transport Authority’s flagship cycling projects. Cycling enthusiasts, school children and

families who wish to take part in the Bike Parade with the conference delegates can join the route at the Sails Sculpture in Clontarf, at the junction of Clontarf Road and Alfie Byrne Road. The parade will end in St Anne’s Park, Raheny, where a host of activities and attractions are planned for the participants. Speaking at the launch, newly elected Lord Mayor of Dublin, Cllr Paul McAuliffe, said: “On behalf of the city, I look forward to welcoming the international delegates attending the Velo-city 2019 Cycling Conference. “I hope that while they are here they will have the

opportunity to experience all our wonderfully friendly and vibrant city has to offer. “I’m sure that one of their highlights will be taking part in the Bike Parade as it will allow them to enjoy unparalleled views of Dublin Bay.” The Bike Parade is just one of the exciting activities happening in the city to celebrate the world’s largest cycling conference coming to Dublin, Velo-city 2019 ‘Cycling for the Ages’, which is taking place in the Convention Centre from June 25-28. The Bike Parade itself promises not only to deliver to the cyclists some spectacular views

Pictured are pupils from Springdale National School, Edenmore, cyclists from Cycling Without Age and Lord Mayor of Dublin Paul McAuliffe at the launch of the Velo-city 2019 Bike Parade. PHOTO: INPHO/RYAN BYRNE of Dublin along the way but participants will also be entertained with extracts from the awardwinning play by Steward Parker, Spokesong on a mobile stage towed by a

bicycle with a live piano performance on route! Owen Keegan, chief executive of Dublin City Council, said: “The Bike Parade is a fantastic opportunity for

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Plan lodged for amenity FINGAL County Council has lodged an application with An Bord Pleanala for planning consent for a new amenity on the Northside. Broadmeadow Way is a proposed new walking and cycling greenway route of approximately 6km in length between Malahide Demesne and Newbridge Demesne in Donabate. The proposed development will run across the Malahide Estuary adjacent to the mainline railway viaduct and will, if approved, provide an iconic route for walkers and cyclists of all abilities and ages to enjoy this stunning coastal route. It is expected that it will ultimately connect with the proposed Fingal Coastal Way, a 32km high quality, recreational stretch of greenway connecting Donabate, Rush,

Skerries, Ardgillan Castle, Balbriggan and Bremore Castle. Fingal interim chief executive AnnMarie Farrelly said: “This scheme will bring huge benefits to the communities along the route and provide a destination greenway for visitors to the area also.” Senior Engineer Paul Carroll said Broadmeadow Way will deliver a great facility for walkers, cyclists and nature enthusiasts in the area. “It will showcase the stunning natural scenery of the north county Dublin coastline and provide a scenic and direct route between the growing communities of Malahide and Donabate, as well as linking the two popular destinations of Malahide Castle and Newbridge House,” said Mr Carroll.

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Northside angler Stephen reels in top European prize A NORTHSIDE man was celebrating recently after reeling in the top prize in an international angling competition. Stephen Glynn, from Raheny, was crowned European Shore Angling Champion for 2019 at the EFSA European Shore Angling Championship held in Iceland. Stephen, who took the Gold Medal and Pin, became the first Irish angler to win the individual event. He was among the 10-strong Irish team of anglers who represented Ireland in Akureyri, Northern Iceland. On Day 1, the highlight for the Irish group was a zone win for Seàn Murray. The teams did not have a great day, however, and were back in sixth and seventh place. Day 2 proved to be

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there was both elation and disappointment. The ‘A’ team of Stephen Glynn, Ken Forsyth, Paul Tyndall, Mark Shortt and Shay O’Neill finished joint third on 89 points with Germany ‘A’ but lost out on a medal on the countback. The Netherlands ‘A’ and England ‘B’ came first and second respectively. However, Stephen Glynn’s individual triumph meant that Irish eyes were ultimately smiling! A total of 1,183 fish were caught, 388 on the first day, 754 on the second day but only 41 fish on the third day. Fish species captured in competition were Dab, Rough Dab, Cod, Wolf Fish, Scorpion Fish, Whiting and Starry Ray. At the conclusion of the presentation ceremony,

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Raheny Ladybirds mark 30th anniversary RAHENY locals were among 300 girls to celebrate Ladybirds’ 30th birthday at Dublin Zoo last Saturday week. Ladybirds, who are the youngest members of Irish Girl Guides, aged five to seven, meet every week in their local community to take part in activities, games, songs and crafts. They were delighted for the opportunity to meet up with Ladybirds from other counties to celebrate their milestone birthday. Monica McDonnell,

Chair of Irish Girl Guides’ (IGG) Ladybird Branch, said: “All the girls had a fabulous day with music, dancing and a big cake at each event. “There was a brilliant atmosphere and everyone had a great time. “The girls at Dublin Zoo were especially thrilled to be joined by award-winning space communicator Niamh Walsh who told them that their motto of learning to care and share was a vital part to an astronaut’s training.”

While Guides (the branch of IGG for 10-14 year olds) started in Ireland in 1911, Brownies (the branch for 7-10 year olds) started in 1914 and Senior Branch (the branch for 14-30 year olds) in 1919, the Ladybird branch only started 30 years ago when it was decided to introduce Guiding to girls of a younger age. A pilot Ladybird unit in Ballybrack, South Dublin, was such a success that in 1989 Ladybirds was officially launched by then Minister

Members of the Raheny Ladybirds pictured enjoying themselves at the 30th birthday party at Dublin Zoo. for Education Mary O’Rourke. Within a year there were 33 Ladybird units operating throughout the country. Today there are more than 2,000 Ladybirds in the 26 counties.

IGG Chief Commissioner Helen Concannon told Northside People: "Irish Girl Guides excels at being relevant and in touch with the needs of each new generation of girls. “Thousands of girls

have benefited from their involvement as Ladybirds in IGG and have progressed to Brownies (aged 7-10) and Guides (aged 10-14) where they continue to grow in independence, develop essential life-skills and

are introduced to the international aspects of the Guiding movement. “On behalf of the girls, I thank all the women who have volunteered as Ladybird Leaders over the last 30 years and look forward to the next 30!"

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Film Review 

Artists get a local invite

Fab four stars for Yesterday YOU’LL find it hard to read a better set up for a movie than ‘Yesterday’. A struggling musician has an accident, bangs his head and when he wakes up, he’s the only person in the world who has heard of the Beatles or their music. Genius! So now we need the perfect writer to execute this clever idea, enter Richard Curtis, and the perfect director to pull it all together, enter Danny Boyle. Acting talent is supplied by Himesh Patel of Eastenders fame and love interest Lily James channeling her best Keira Knightley (they are strangely similar). Both Patel and James are excellent in the lead roles, and aside from that, the only other thing you need to know about this movie is that there are 17

Beatles songs that feature, all classics, all woven skillfully and seamlessly into the story. Oh, and there’s an appearance from Ed Sheeran, luckily playing himself, as the wee ginger genius is equally as bad at acting as he is good at songwriting. The big story question is: what will our hero do with the classic tunes now at his disposal, will he exploit them for world domination or tell the truth, and as with all Richard Curtis scripts, will he get the girl in the end? So don’t let me down, let’s all come together and buy a ticket to ride the ‘Yesterday’ cinematic experience. If you enjoy it enough, get back for another screening. We award it a review score of four fab stars. On a very different

non-musical note, we also recommend ‘In Fabric’, the story of a haunted red dress that terrorises its owners, written and directed by Peter Strickland. This off the wall horror comedy is truly bonkers but equally gripping, scary, and at times, hilarious. Set against the backdrop of a quirky department store, with a cast that includes Hayley Squires and Marianne Jean-Baptiste, it’s probably not like anything you’ve ever seen before. But take a risk on this offbeat offering and we think you will be handsomely rewarded. We award it a review score of 4 well fitting stars.

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Home help concerns raised THE HSE said its Home Support Service aims to support older people to remain in their own homes for as long as possible and to support informal carers. It was responding to reports of restrictions in its home help hours. Dublin Fingal TD Louise O’Reilly (SF) said: “The news that the HSE are curtailing home help hours represents a backward step and this decision will not only result in a loss of more money for the HSE, but it could also mean families will end up having to pay for private care for their loved ones. “Every single day, we are hearing from patients who are in hospital but cannot be discharged because the HSE are not providing enough home support hours.” Deputy O’Reilly added: “Home help, in particular directly employed home help, is exceptional value for money and it enables elderly people to remain in their home or be safely discharged from hospital.” The HSE said that in 2019 it expected to provide: •17.9m home support hours to 53,000 people, and •Intensive Home Care Packages delivered to approximately 235 people (approximately 360,000 hours delivered in the full year) It said despite the significant level of service provision, the demand for Home Support continues to grow.

“The main reason for increased demand relates to the increase in demographics of older people; as the number of people over 65 increases, so too does the demand for new and additional home care supports as people become more dependent,” a HSE spokesperson told Northside People. “Nationally, at the end of April 2019, the number of people waiting for funding for Home Support (new and/ or additional services) was 6,310.  “The majority of those awaiting funding are in their own home, many of whom are already in receipt of home support but are awaiting funding for additional support.  “All those waiting for Home Support are assessed and provided with a new or additional service as soon as possible.  “People being discharged from acute hospitals, who can return home with supports, are prioritised.”   The HSE said funding for home support has a defined budget as set out in the National Service Plan. In 2019, the HSE is implementing a revised agreement with Home Support staff. “This involves payment of travel and travel time to relevant staff,” said the spokesperson. “Each Community Health Care Organisation is required to reconfigure rosters to ensure that service provision is maximised,

Dublin Fingal TD Louise O’Reilly (SF) expressed concern over the home help hours.

allowing travel time to be funded, and this process is now well underway. Additional funding in respect of travel was included in the 2019 budget. “Throughout the winter period additional

home support was provided to support early hospital discharge and prevent hospital admission.” The HSE said managers now need to ensure that their level of service provision is in line

with their budget, their delivery plan and the National Service Plan. “To achieve this local managers must ensure that the total number of hours being provided does not exceed targeted levels,” said the

spokesperson. “This may impact on their ability to provide new hours into the system. “It is not correct to say that no new clients will be allocated home help hours for the next five

months. “The allocation of new hours will be based on client’s needs and the resources available. “As per our service plan, 17.9m hours will be allocated to 53,000 people in 2019.”


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Adventure seekers take on challenge THIRTY youngsters from across Ireland, including a number from the Northside, concluded four days of hiking, kayaking, rock climbing, swimming and army assault courses at the annual Defence Forces Adventure Challenge. Eleven of the participants were from Dublin: Gabriel Dumitran (Coolock), Tadhg Walsh (Baldoyle), Bobbi Keane (Clontarf ), Georgalee Thomas (Glasnevin), Grace Cod (Lusk), Olivia Paget (Raheny), Adam McMahon (Swords), Darragh Nagle, Joshua Whitney, and Joel Osaghae (all Tallaght) and Max Cleary (Navan Road). The youngsters are all participants in ‘Gaisce–The President’s Award’, a selfdevelopment programme

for young people. The recruits, aged between 15 and 17, were put through their paces by personnel from the 2nd Brigade Artillery Regiment of the Defence Forces, who led the participants through a host of incredible adventure challenges, training and team-building exercises. The challenge shows young people what they can achieve when they step outside their comfort zone. Yvonne McKenna, chief executive of Gaisce – The President’s Award, said: “Due to the leadership and generosity of the Defence Forces, 30 Gaisce participants from all over Ireland experienced a unique insight into military life first-hand.

“These young people pushed themselves to their limits, and in the process, developed skills, built confidence and created friendships and memories to cherish. We congratulate them all on their achievements.” Gaisce is a challenge to young people from the President of Ireland, Michael D. Higgins, to dream big and realise their potential. Gaisce invited participants, aged 15-17, to nominate themselves for consideration. The once in a lifetime opportunity kicked off for the young people at the Custume Barracks, Athlone before moving to the Curragh in County Kildare, and finishing with the participants completing

Pictured at the ceremony to mark the end of the challenge were (back, from left): Georgalee Thomas, Olivia Paget, Lt Col Ray Kane, Gaisce Bronze Award Holder Grace O’Rourke, Josh Whitney, Grace Codd, Max Cleary; (front-left) Bobbie Kean, Joel Osaghae, Gabriel Dumitran and Adam McMahon. PHOTO: JEFF HARVEY PHOTOGRAPHY their final challenge of conquering the Slieve Bloom Mountains. Speaking about the challenge, Defence Forces spokesperson, Lieutenant Ian Gallaway, said: “The foundation of all Defence Forces training is our values of physical courage, moral courage, integrity, selflessness, loyalty and

respect. “We hope that we can help to develop those values in the young people who take part in the Gaisce programme.” Gaisce Bronze Award holder Grace O’Rourke, who recently became the only female to complete RTE’s Special Forces: Ultimate Hell

week, addressed the participants at a special ceremony recognising their achievements. Grace first became interested in the Defence Forces when she took part in the Gaisce Defence Forces Challenge as a teenager. “It is all the small lessons from setbacks that have

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Tribute tournament for Bohemians fan A FIVE-A-SIDE soccer tournament in memory of young Bohs fan Cian Mullally is taking place on Saturday, June 29, at Naas Sports Centre. The 21-year-old was lost to suicide last November and is still terribly missed by family, friends and fans at Dalymount Park. Bohemian FC is urging fans of the club to join with Cian’s family and

friends to back the soccer tournament by either entering a team or turning up to show their support. “When we enjoy nights like the recent Dublin derby together with friends, we often also remember those no longer there to share those special moments of collective joy with us,” a club spokesperson said. “Everyone at Bohemians

hopes that as many members and supporters as possible can get behind this tournament.” Cian’s mam, Mary Mullally, is also encouraging teams to enter the tournament. “Cian was an avid Bohs supporter and attended as many games as possible,” she added. “Bohs fans had a great presence at his funeral

and sang ‘Hold Me Now’ at his grave. It was very moving and we really appreciated their support on the day. “Some of Cian’s friends and his former soccer coach have set up a group called #ok2talkIRL and are organising this footie festival, 5-a-side soccer tournament for the Cian Mullally Memorial Cup and Shield. It promises to

be a great family fun day out.” All funds raised from the tournament will go towards the Samaritans in Newbridge. Teams can enter through Eventbrite at eventbrite.ie/e/ ok2talkirl-footie-festivaltickets-61661879341. Entries can also be made by email to ok2talkirl@ gmail.com or call 0879085437.

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A Stunning storm is brewing over Leopardstown THE Stunning arrived with a bang in the early 1990s with two number one albums and a slew of hit singles including the oconic 'Brewing up a Storm' and 'Half Past Two' as well as the classic tune, 'Romeo's on Fire'. A mainstay on the Irish live scene, The Stunning, fronted by brothers Steve and Joe Wall, have remained one of Ireland's most popular live acts over the years and a continuous presence on Irish airwaves. They make a welcome return to play the Bulmers Live at Leopardstown series on Thursday, July 11. For tickets and various hospitality options - go to the website www. leopardstown.com

and its already made its mark on the Irish music scene - it gives me hope for the future, despite 1. Most memorable the fact that mainstream moment in Dublin? music is becoming more Seeing Rory Gallagher and more homogenised in the Stadium around and the internet giants 3. When not 1980 - I was barely out of performing, what else do are syphoning off the primary school and I’d profits from music sales. never been to a gig before you do? BIMM graduates also I try and keep all the - the atmosphere was have to compete for gigs electric and he was full of plates spinning - writing and recording and staying with all the dinosaurs that charisma - that definitely are touring these days... on top of the headflicked a switch. including me! melting management and admin side of 2. Favourite place to 4. First album you things. I’ve also been visit in Dublin? bought and last album teaching in the music I feel a real connection you bought? with the Liberties as that's college BIMM Dublin on The first album I bought Francis Street since it where my mother was was ‘Led Zeppelin 2’ - I'd opened in 2011 - hence born and bred and she seen them on Top of the my connection with that was full of stories about Tops playing ‘Whole Lotarea. It’s been a learning it - going to the Bayno, ta Love’ and they blew me experience as much a the characters and the away. I hitchhiked from poverty. I’ve become very teaching one. There’s a Ennistymon to Dublin to fond of the Francis Street huge amount of talent buy that album - I used to comes through there area in recent years... Track Record with Joe Wall from The Stunning

it's full of interesting shops, cafes - Two Pups, the Liberty Kitchen, the Ginger cafe - I’ve gotten to know them all over the years.

The boys are set to stun at Leopardstown. do that regularly. The last album I bought was ‘Masterpiece’ by Big Thief. There was no hitchhik-ing involved - I hit the purchase album button in iTunes and there it was seconds later - not quite the same adventure, but I don’t miss standing by the side of the road in the rain for hours. It’s a great album - theres a touches of Pavement, Elliott Smith and the Shins about them, but they’ve their own thing going on too and there’s some great songs on it - Adrianne Lenker is a great song-writer. I saw them in Vicar Street recently - a bit ramshackle but lots of moments of magic.

5. Who are your influences? I’ve no idea really- I think a lot of different types of music has rubbed off on me over the years, hopefully not too much any one thing. 6. Outside of The Stunning, with you as guitarist who would make up your ideal band (dead or alive)? Jimi Hendrix on bodhrán, James Galway on drums, Jimmy Page on accordion - all the Jimmy’s, and with me on guitar this would make a classic four-piece, we just need a concept. 7. What three things are on your rider? It’s mostly booze and

snacks. I'm thinking of adding fake tan and gym equipment to the list this year - I need a total makeover. 8. Any tips on life? Don’t tell other people how to live their lives. 9. First person you'd invite to a dinner party and why? I’d invite John Lennon, the hurler from Laois. I could then boast that the great John Lennon once came to dinner in my house. I’d make sure to pretend to be interested in Laois hurling. 10. Last person you'd invite and why? John lennon, the Beatle he’s been dead too long.

Kings of the desert sing the blues TINARIWEN are the kings of Saharan desert blues, and heroes of the Tuareg struggle for freedom, dignity and selfdetermination. After nine albums and over 1,400 concerts throughout the world, the band return in 2019 for tours of Europe and North America. During the last 18 years Tinariwen have become

globally loved and revered for their creation of a new music genre as well as the integrity and tenacity with which they defend their culture. They are hugely attractive to both audiences and musicians who find in it some kind of truth and spiritual depth. On recent albums they have been joined by many guests including TV On

The Radio, Kurt Vile, Matt Sweeney, Flea, Mark Lanegan, Josh Klinghoffer, Cass McCombs Warren Ellis and Saul Williams among others… The soundtrack of the Tuareg revolution in the 1990s was made by electric guitars. Rhythms inspired by the gait of the camels, somewhere between the Malian blues and the

distant sounds of the Maghreb. While the Tinariwen style is vaguely a distant relative of blues music, via West African music, the musicians themselves claim to have never heard American blues music until they began to travel internationally in 2001. Tinariwen are Live at The Olympia Theatre on Monday, November 11.

After nine albums and over 1,400 concerts throughout the world, the band return in 2019 for tours of Europe and North America.


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Fighting Fit!

Siel Bleu Ireland kicks off its annual campaign to promote exercise among older Irish adults. Jack Gleeson met some of their fitness champions who are spreading the message: ‘I Can, So Can You!’

Jennifer Sweeney is in great shape.

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Marymount exercisers with Siel Bleu

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JENNIFER Sweeney pulls no punches when it comes to talking fitness. The 74-year-old from Howth has been exercising with Siel Bleu Ireland, a not-for-profit organisation promoting fitness among older adults and people with chronic illness, since beating oesophageal cancer in 2016. Her health has never been better. “I began exercising with Siel Bleu in October 2016 after a summer of chemotherapy which left me exhausted,” she told Northside People. “I began private classes with a trainer in my home and my trainer quickly caught on to my abilities and would very gently push me to go that little bit further. “I can now do 150 squats and I box. For me, the experience has been lifechanging.” Sweeney is one of several ‘champions’ showcasing their fitness transformations in Siel Bleu’s annual celebration promoting the importance of exercise, no matter the age. Following on from last year’s ‘I Can’ campaign, this year’s theme adds a layer of further encouragement to the masses with the slogan ‘I Can, So Can You!’ The campaign starts on June 24 and runs for one week, highlighting private and group exercise classes held nationwide. Carla Piera Fitzgerald, Brand Manager in Siel Bleu Ireland, said this year’s campaign #fitnessforseniors - is about inspiring people of all ages to get active. “The World Health Organisation (WHO), tells us that physical activity is the fourth leading cause of death worldwide,” she said. “This is a frightening statistic and one that that we must take seriously in Ireland, given that just one

third of older Irish adults are active. Our campaign is one of empowerment, that exercise can change lives and our incredible champions are fine examples of this.” In addition to Sweeney, this year’s campaign features Austin Hynes, 74, from Cabinteely. After a diagnosis of Parkinson’s in 2014, Hynes began Siel Bleu classes in Harold’s Cross, that are run in partnership with Parkinson’s Ireland. Feeling the benefits of exercising almost immediately, Hynes then got his friends involved so another Siel Bleu class could be run in Loughlinstown. “I am a minor league GAA coach for Foxrock, a local team near Ballyogan, and exercising has allowed me to return to this passion,” he said. “There is more to Siel Bleu classes than just exercise. “It’s about community, getting out of the house and meeting people. You gently exercise every muscle in your body and regain the confidence to move again.” Noel McLoughlin from Tallaght agreed. Now 79, McLoughlin, a stroke survivor who has beaten prostate cancer and had a hip replacement, found himself at low point after his battle with illness. It was a Siel Bleu Stroke Survivors’ exercise class that proved a turning point. “The Tallaght Stroke Survivors’ Group were running the class with Siel Bleu and I started attending at a time where my mood was running low,” he said. “When I first started the class, people struggled to lift their arms and taking a walk was something completely foreign to me. Now I can walk 9km and it is the most natural thing in the world for me to have my daily walk.

Austin Hynes “My mood picked up and my state of mind is one of positivity. I cannot emphasise enough how these exercise classes can change your life. If I can, then so can you.” Siel Bleu’s ethos is for everyone, no matter the age, and it’s particularly relevant where Marymount Care Centre in Lucan is concerned. Siel Bleu run weekly exercise classes for residents with remarkable results. “Siel Bleu and physiotherapy work together to help residents

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gain back some of their mobility,” said Conor McNulty, General Manager. “Anyone that is not doing physical exercise in nursing homes is missing a trick. “We cannot give up on people because they are in their 80s and 90s. “We encourage our residents to exercise and it has given residents a pep in their step and an activity programme they can look forward to.” For more information on Siel Bleu Ireland, go to: www.sielbleu.ie


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Howth kids meet Prince Albert  WHEN sports teams travel to another country for a competition, they often say, upon their return, they were treated like royalty. For a Northside soccer team this was literally the case during their recent trip to France.   A team of Howth schoolboy soccer players had an extraordinary royal meet-and-greet after Prince Albert of Monaco insisted on welcoming them personally to a French soccer tournament. Prince Albert flew in by helicopter to the event specifically to meet the Howth Celtic Under 10s in order to honour his Irish heritage. The Prince’s mother, actress Grace Kelly, became Princess Grace after marrying Monaco’s Prince Rainier in 1956. However, she maintained close links with family in Ireland, making a famous visit in 1961. After her untimely death, her husband opened the Princess Grace Irish Library in Monaco in 1984 as a tribute to her roots. And her love of Ireland was passed down to her son, Prince Albert, who is a regular visitor to Ireland, last travelling here in 2017. When he heard that an Irish team was going to

be playing in an Under-10 soccer tournament in Cap D’Ail, in the South of France, the Prince insisted on meeting them. He met every one of the youngsters and their accompanying parents and coaches. Robert Patton, coach of the Howth Celtic Under 10s, told Northside People: “We were told that Prince Albert especially wanted to meet our children given his maternal links to Ireland. “The Prince arrived late in the afternoon and greeted each of the children individually. He was then introduced to the four Howth Celtic coaches by Xavier Beck, the Mayor of Cap d'Ail, and our host for the weekend. ”The Prince then greeted all of the parents individually, with some chatting to him about his frequent visits to Mayo.” Mr Patton presented Prince Albert with a Howth Celtic jersey and pennant and thanked him for the hospitality shown by Mr Beck and his colleagues. Howth Celtic brought two Under 10 teams, comprising 23 children, to compete in the one-day tournament.  Thirty adults and other siblings also travelled with the group. The French hosts spared

nothing in welcoming the Irish to the small village. The children were treated to travelling on the AS Monaco coach to and from the airport. Mayor Beck welcomed the party at Le Chateau de Teracces on the Friday evening, where Howth Celtic were presented with a silver engraved memorial plate. Each child was presented with a jersey from the local children, their opponents the following day.  This was followed by a buffet in front of the Chateau which was lit up in green for the evening. On the Saturday, the Irish teams competed well in the tournament with local teams including AS Monaco.  One Howth team narrowly missed out on the semi final stage. The tournament was followed by a BBQ for the kids, parents and their opponents from Cap d'Ail and Corsica. Former Irish captain Richard Dunne, who runs a soccer academy in the village, also gave the children two training sessions.   Dunne will be bringing his academy to Howth Celtic in late August while the club is already planning to invite the Cap d'Ail and Corsica kids to Howth in the future.

Mayor of Cap d’Ail, Xavier Beck, speaking after he made a presentation to Rob Patton of Howth Celtic (left).

The Howth Celtic youngsters get a taste of the high life at the home of AS Monaco.

Three of the Howth Celtic youngsters enjoying their trip to France.

Prince Albert of Monaco, in the company of Mayor of Cap d’Ail, Xavier Beck, greets the Howth Celtic players.


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A general view of competitors at the start of the Irish Runner 5 Mile at the Phoenix Park. PHOTO: HARRY MURPHY/SPORTSFILE

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Competitors, from left, Pierce Geoghegan of Liffey Valley AC, Sean Doran of Clonliffe Harriers AC, Santry, Gerard Gallagher of Finn Valley AC and Barry Sheil of Longford AC during the Irish Runner 5 Mile, held in conjunction with the AAI National 5 Mile Championships. PHOTO: HARRY MURPHY/SPORTSFILE

(Above) Chair of Competitions John Cronin (right) presents Michael Clohisey of Raheny Shamrock AC with his winner’s medal following the Irish Runner 5 Mile, in conjunction with the AAI National 5 Mile Championships, in the Phoenix Park; and (right), Clohisey on his way to winning the event. PHOTOS: HARRY MURPHY/ SPORTSFILE

The Dublin camogie team that defeated Meath 1-16 to 0-12 in the Liberty Insurance All Ireland Championship at Parnell’s GAA Club. Also pictured is mascot Ava Reilly from Erin Go Bragh GAA Club. PHOTO: ILIVEPHOTOS

Kerri Finnegan, (Faughs) Dublin, is tightly marked by Ellen Burke and Claire Coffey, Meath, during the Liberty Insurance All Ireland Senior Camogie Championship match between the counties at Parnell’s, Coolock. PHOTO: ILIVEPHOTOS


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BALGRIFFIN LADIES’ PITCH & PUTT: St Mary’s Pitch & Putt Club is seeking new lady members. They play at Inisfails GAA Club, Balgriffin on Saturdays at 10am Why not go along and give it a try? For details, phone Pat on 086-3505384.

BALDOYLE

ART AND PHOTOGRAPHY: An Art and Photography Sale, in aid of St Francis Hospice, Raheny will take place at Baldoyle Community Hall, Main Street, Baldoyle on Saturday and Sunday, June 29 and 30 from 12noon to 5pm. FREE entrance and all are welcome.

ARTANE

CAFÉ FRIDAY: Artane Coolock Family Resource Centre is hosting a Free Community Café Friday on June 28 from 10.30am to 12noon. Enjoy tea, coffee and some light refreshments with people from the area. All ages are welcome.

RUSH

ARTISTS: A community art exhibition is being organised by Ros Eó Art to run in conjunction with this year’s Rush Harbour Festival (August 2-5). Exhibitions will be taking place in two prominent locations on Main Street, Rush from August 1-6 (inclusive). Application forms for artists wishing to exhibit are available by emailing roseoartgroup@eircom.net or can be downloaded from Rush Needs You or collected from Rush Community Centre or Rush Library. The minimum age for exhibitors is 18 years. The closing date for applications is Wednesday, July 17.

opened in the Raheny area. They meet every Thursday at 10.30am in St Anne’s Park (City Farm) Raheny. Men who live in Raheny and surrounding districts are welcome to attend.

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GOLF: Portmarnock Sports & Leisure Club Ladies' Golf Society, with members from Baldoyle, Portmarnock and Malahide, are looking for new members. They play 4-5 outings every year on different courses around north county Dublin and it's a bit of fun! You don’t need to be a member of a golf club to join. If you would like to know more contact either Mary at 087-6879490 or Yvonne at 086-8097140.

CITYWIDE

STOP SMOKING: The Stop Smoking Programme, an initiative developed in partnership with the HSE and Northside Partnership, offers a combination of one-to-one and group support or drop-ins to individuals, young and old, who wish to quit smoking. The services are free. For more information text or call 085-8478960.

DONAGHMEDE

COUNSELLING SEVICE: TARGET Counselling Service is available at 41 Grangemore Grove, Donaghmede (bungalow behind Holy Trinity Church). For further information, call 018670279 Monday to Friday from 9am to 2pm and 3.30pm to 7.30pm.

Carol Farrell (left), a member of staff at the St Michael’s House Day Service in Baldoyle, is pictured with service user Kathy McCabe (Baldoyle) on the occasion of a ‘New To You’ Fashion Sale cheque presentation. See more on Page 11.

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SANTRY COMMUNITY GARDEN: New volunteer members are welcome in this fouracre walled heritage garden in a quiet corner of Santry Demesne. Those who share the work HOWTH WRITING WORKSHOPS: Write your life stories share the varied and healthy produce! It is open Wednesday and Friday from 2pm to 4pm and in the natural setting of Ireland's finest muse, Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 1pm. Visit Howth. the garden or check the group out on www. Author, workshop facilitator and writing santrycommunitygarden.com coach, Lara O'Brien, has announced the opening of Howth Writing Workshops. Write to prompts, read, and receive/give supportive EAST WALL feedback. Using crafted prompts, Lara will CUPLA FOCAL: Try out your cúpla focal Every help you unravel and reveal your pivotal life Thursday at 11.45am in the Seán O'Casey moments and events of importance. Go to Lara Community Centre in East Wall. For more O'Brien, Writing Retreats Martha's Vineyard & information, phone Ben on 086-2663392. Howth - Ireland and book online and reserve   your seat. KILLESTER   MEN’S SHED: Killester Men’s Shed meets SEA ANGLING CLUB: Howth Sea Angling Club every Thursday from 10am to 12noon in the meet on the second Tuesday of every month Resource Centre adjacent to St Brigid’s Church, in the Angling Centre, West Pier, Howth, at Howth Road, Killester. They are seeking 8.30pm. New members are always welcome, new members who will find a friendly and beginners and experienced. No experience is welcoming group who undertake a variety of necessary as coaching is provided. For further mutually agreed activities such as day trips, details, phone 086-1923529. guest speakers, coffee and chat. Contact Niall   on 087-3141310 for more information.   SUTTON CARERS’ EVENT: Carers, the Cared for, and COOLOCK their families are invited to a new Community FLOWER SHOW: The ‘Heaven Scent’ Rose Worship Service, which will take place on and Sweet Pea Show, hosted by Dublin Five the third Sunday of every month, from 4pmHorticultural Society, will take place on 4.30pm, at Sutton Methodist Church, corner of Sunday, July 14 at 2pm in Chanel College, Church Road. A cuppa and a chat will follow. Coolock. Admission is €2. Light refreshments The venue is wheelchair accessible. It will and cakes will be served. Phone 087-2423020 consist of singing well-known hymns, prayer, for further information. bible reading and a short talk. Everyone is   welcome. COMMUNITY CAFÉ: Doras Buí Community   Café takes place at Bunratty Drive, Coolock, every Friday from 10am to 12noon. All are RAHENY welcome including your babies and toddlers. DOG WALK: Dogs Aid's Dog Walk is taking place on Sunday, July 7 at 3pm in St Anne’s Park. Guest speakers and much more. Join us on Facebook. Phone 01-8484811 for more Please come and support this wonderful local charity: €10 per dog or €5 unwaged. There'll be information.   prizes for Waggiest Tail etc and a raffle. WALKING CLUB: A community walk   catering for all ages and levels of fitness BINGO: Bingo takes place at the Raheny GAA takes place every Tuesday at 9.45am in the Clubhouse, 2 All Saints’ Road every Thursday, Stardust Memorial Park, Coolock. Parents, from 8.15pm to 10.15pm. Contact bingo@ grandparents and strollers are welcome after rahenygaa.ie or phone 01-8313530 from the school drop-off. No booking needed. Just 7.30pm to 10pm for more details.  turn up and join them for a walk.   For more information contact David Phelan MEN’S SHED: A new Men’s Shed has

Evan Simpson (12), from Donabate, competed in four events at the recent Leinster Division 1 Championships at the National Aquatic Centre (NAC). In the 11-12 year old boys’ category he won gold medals in both the 100m and 200m Backstroke to become Double Leinster Champion. He also won silver in the 200m Freestyle and 100m Butterfly events, and competed in three relays for the 14 and Underage group with his club, the NAC. on 087-6525001 or Madeleine Ebbs on 0868150286. MEETING: Alcoholics Anonymous holds an open Public Meeting for information and education in St Brendan’s Parish Centre (old church), Coolock Village, on the first Tuesday of every month from 8.30pm-9.30pm. All are welcome. For more details phone AA office on 01-8420700, 9.30am-5pm; after hours 6pm10pm/weekends 10am-6pm, phone 01-8527000.  

DONNYCARNEY

IRISH CONVERSATION: Practice your 'cúpla focal' every Thursday at 10.30am in Le Chéile Community Centre, Donnycarney. Contact Ben on 086-2663392 for more information.

SWORDS

TABLE QUIZ: A fun table quiz in aid of St Francis Hospice takes place every Monday in the Estuary Pub, North Street, Swords, starting

at 10pm. Why not go along and enjoy the craic? It’s for a very good cause! BEREAVEMENT: Bethany trained members are available to provide support to those grieving the loss of a loved one. They provide a free, confidential service. The group meets on the second and last Monday of every month from 7.30pm at the Parish Office, Parochial House, Seatown Road, Swords. Contact Terri on 01- 8403243, Brid on 086-6006397 or Mary on 01-8402652 for further information. Open to all Fingal residents.   

DARNDALE

MEN’S GROUP Golden Years Men’s Group in Darndale is looking for new members 65+ to join them for weekly bowls tournaments, art classes and socialising in a fun and friendly environment. Contact Golden Years Senior Centre for more information on 01-8771608.


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BOOK OF THE WEEK

Colin and the Concubine About The Author HAILING from Navan, Domhnall O’Donoghue works as an actor and journalist. He devides his time between Dublin, Venice and Galway, where he films TG4’s awardwinning series Ros na Rún. Domhnall has written for the majority of Ireland’s leading newspapers and magazines, including the Irish Independent, The Irish Times and Irish Tatler Man. He also writes a monthly column in Woman’s Way, the country’s biggest-selling weekly magazine. His first novel, ‘Sister Agatha: the World’s Oldest Serial Killer’, was published in 2016.

IRISH actor, author and journalist, Domhnall O’Donoghue, has released his second novel. Domhnall’s hometown, Navan, provides the setting for ‘Colin and the Concubine’, a light-hearted farce about sibling rivalry. The story captured by O’Donoghue hilariously captures some classical Irish nuances including Ireland’s relationship with the Eurovision, the Late Late Show and the Housewife of the Year. In the book, Colin Saint James hates his older brother, Freddie and for good reason. A true psychopath, Freddie has been hell-bent on destroying Colin's happiness since before he was born. Never one to admit defeat, Colin searches for opportunities to get one up on his sibling, even just once. When the heats for the final ever Housewife of the Year competition are announced, Colin sees his chance. The only problem is he needs a wife. Luckily, he lives next door to Navan's best-looking woman, Azra, who happens to be single and anxious to get a ring on her finger. But Azra is also a Turkish concubine and she and Colin don't

exactly see eye-to-eye over her nocturnal activities. Will Colin be able to park his reservations about his X-rated neighbour if it gives him the chance to emerge triumphant over Freddie for once in his life? Colin and the Concubine was officially launched in Dublin earier this year, with a host of Irish actors attending. Colin and the Concubine is now available nationwide and online. Praise for Colin and the Concubine: “Characters that jump from the page with an entertaining and engaging plot … Domhnall’s novel ties Ireland to Istanbul in a surprising and hilarious way. The perfect antidote to a chilly winter” – Áine Toner, Woman’s Way. “Full of Irish nostalgia. Hilarious, charming and a little bit bonkers – I loved it! – Jennifer Zamparelli.

New book takes you inside the Irish music industry JOHNNY Lappin, one of the most experienced veterans in today’s Irish music industry, is to launch his autobiography ‘In a Lifetime-From Hozier to U2’ on June 27. The book traces Lappin’s career in the Irish and International music business, from his early days as a live music promoter to negotiating a major international music publishing deal for Ireland’s latest global superstar, Hozier. Along the way he became one of Ireland’s leading music publishers, a valued board member with IMRO, a lecturer, and a tireless campaigner for the rights of Irish musicians and songwriters. Throughout ‘In a LifetimeFrom Hozier to U2’ Lappin

applies his quick wit and characteristic candour to tracing his turbulent career that has seen him cross paths with a galaxy of major stars, including U2, Clannad, Celtic Woman, Van Morrison, Elton John, Ron Wood, Phil Lynott, Ian Dury, Rory Gallagher, Bob Geldof, Chrissie Hynde, the aforementioned Hozier and many others. Lappin’s lifetime in the business also gave him a privileged front row seat at the extraordinary rise of the Irish music industry, as it grew from modest beginnings to become one of the major talent resources for the worldwide entertainment scene. Along the way, Lappin has been a singer, drummer, band

manager, record company owner, talent scout, concert promoter, lecturer, consultant, a member of “the music police” and, his first and last love, music publisher. ‘In a LifetimeFrom Hozier to U2’ is a warts and all, and then some more warts, description of what life is like in the frenetic 24/7 world of music. It is available now from Amazon. co.uk and in stores from June 27.

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Dog owners are embarrassed to use the scoop and pick up poop A NEW survey has highlighted Irish attitudes to dog fouling. The survey commissioned by pet retailer, Maxi Zoo, investigates attitudes and behaviours on the subject of dog fouling. Interestingly, with over 2,000 responses, the survey found that 93 percent of dog owners believe that it is socially unacceptable to leave dog poop on the ground. However one in 10 of those asked felt embarrassed when they had to pick up their dog’s poop in public. “For the most part, the survey results are positive - which is great to see that the majority of dog owners are responsible for their pets,” said Managing Director of Maxi Zoo, Ciarán O’Neill. “However, we realise there is still a wider issue which needs to be addressed to help alleviate the stigma attached to picking up dog poop, so that we can help combat this problem in our country. “We feel strongly about creating positive change and the issue of dog fouling is something we need to look at - changing the perceptions and behaviours of dog owners is the first starting point and we hope to encourage dog owners to ensure they carry dog poop bags at all times when

walking their dogs.” Ciarán said that 99 percent of the Maxi Zoo team are pet owners and vowed that they were going to look at ways that the pet retailer can help with this issue in Ireland. “In our 20 stores we are talking to thousands of pet owners every day of the week, offering advice and help - we genuinely love animals as much as our customers do, so it’s important that we play our part too,” he said. “While the survey showed that the majority of respondents (92 percent) were responsible enough to bring poop bags with them while walking their dogs, one percent of those asked admitted that they never pick up their dogs poop! “Educating this small percentage of people could be the turning point in eradicating this issue in Ireland.” Emma Fanning, Brand Ambassador and Training and Livestock Manager at Maxi Zoo, regularly runs information days at Maxi Zoo stores throughout Ireland and also conducts ‘Responsible Pet Ownership’ school talks. “Education is key when changing public behaviour,” she said. “We enjoy interacting with our customers and the wider community on how best to care for their pet.

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Picking up your dog's poop is an they would not pick up another dogs Ireland has held many successful essential part of being a responsible national campaigns in the past on poop - even if it was next to their dog owner. topics such as The Smoking Ban of own. “Not only can dog poop potentially 2004 and a €1.6 million Dublin City • Over half of the respondents carry harmful bacteria which is campaign against the disposal of believe that the poop bag material bad for health - but we believe chewing gum in public places. would influence their purchasing accidentally stepping in dog poop is Maxi Zoo want to address the issue behaviour. With over 53 percent one of the most annoying things that of dog fouling and plan to drive this of those choosing degradable or can happen to someone and tends to initiative which they are working on biodegradable plastics. disrupt your whole day. at present, to play their part to help Without doubt, dog fouling is an “We hope that by educating and overcome this problem. issue that needs to be addressed. encouraging the public further, we can help remove this annoyance.” The survey showed that almost two thirds of respondents think it is important to pick up after your dog as it is not good for the health of others. One third felt that it was important as it is a form of littering, and the remaining three percent felt it was important in case they get fined. This low stat isn’t surprising when in 2018 it was reported that in Dublin city only four such fines were issued by Dublin City Council. Other key findings of the survey included:  • 95 percent of respondents believe that there are not enough dog waste bins in their local area. • One in 10 people would leave their dogs poop on the ground if it was off Emma Fanning, Brand Ambassador and Training and Livestock Manager at path in a woodland area. Maxi Zoo Ireland, with Ciarán O’Neill, Managing Director of Maxi Zoo Ireland. • Over half of dog walkers admitted PHOTO: JULIEN BEHAL PHOTOGRAPHY

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The Dublin People has teamed up with Dogs Trust to help find homes for lost and abandoned dogs. Top dog this week is Rocky, a fantastic twoyear-old male crossbreed who is looking for his Special Someone. He is a really playful boy who loves playing with all of his toys, but he is also pretty chilled out too. Rocky loves to spend time in his cosy bed and is the happiest little boy when getting belly rubs, kisses and cuddles from his favourite people. Rocky is looking for a family who will have the time to invest in him and help him with his anxiety but don’t worry, our experienced training and behaviour advisors will be more than happy to support his future family with this. Can you offer Rocky the understanding home he so truly deserves? If you can then contact Dogs Trust on 01-8791000.

Give a Dog a Home Today! Phone us on 01 8791000 This summer, Maxi Zoo will be giving away 1.5 million FREE poo bags to help alleviate the problem of dog fouling. Call in to your local Maxi Zoo store to collect your free poo bags. Clarehall Retail Centre, Malahide Road, Clarehall

Dogs Trust is based in Finglas, just off exit 5 on the M50. Map and directions can be found on their website at www. dogstrust.ie. You can also pop up for a visit. Dogs Trust is open six days a week from 12-4pm. The centre is closed all day Tuesday. You can also find Dogs Trust on Facebook at www.facebook.com/dogstrustireland or Twitter @ DogsTrust_IE.


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This week’s Beauty Dial Star Buys By Edel Cox of The Beauty Dial (www.thebeautydial.ie) F34 Blank Canvas RRP €15 Transforming your sun-deprived skin from dull to golden doesn't come without its dangers - whether you're a self-tan newbie or undetachable from your tanning mitt, there are a few tricky areas just waiting to catch you out. The F34 from Blank Canvas is a large multi-purpose bronzing brush from their Dimensions Series that will change your tanning game forever. Handmade from extra soft, high quality, anti-bacterial fibres. It is very easy to clean thanks to its synthetic fibres and this brush is also vegan friendly.

Blank Canvas can be bought online on www. blankcanvascosmetics. com Cloud10 Beauty and in national pharmacies. Green Angel Seaweed Daily Moisture Face Cream with Jasmine, Neroli & Vitamin E RRP €29.95. This light moisturiser is enriched with 100% natural Vitamin E oil, which when absorbed into the skin, creates a protective barrier on the derma layer helping to block external environ-mental aggressors and helping maintain youthful looking skin while also helping to maintain the efficacy of Jasmine and Neroli organic essential oils, both known

for their powerful anti-oxidant and moisturising properties. Suitable for every skin type, the antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties in Green Angel’s Daily Moisture Face Cream make it a great choice for blemished skin. Perfect under makeup, it goes on smoothly and absorbs quickly, and smells simply divine.

Novexpert Booster Serum with Hyaluronic Acid RRP €56 Perfect for all skin types, for every season. Novexpert’s Booster Serum is the best daily beauty regime anyone can ever ask for. This ultra-concentrated Booster Serum contains 100% pure and natural Hyaluronic Acid (H.A) that provides press repulp, moisturisation and smoothing effect on any skin types. A single bottle contains the equivalent of 20 injections of H.A. Apply everyday 2 to 6 drops of the Booster Serum in the morning and/ or the evening. This is the perfect product to ensure you stay

hydrated after a long day soaking in the sun! Available in pharmacies nationwide and at www.cosmeticsonline.ie Shoehorn.ie Holidays, sunny days, alfresco eats, festivals all mean one thing, Summer is officially here and that means it’s time to expose your feet, well maybe after a nice pedicure. Shoehorn.ie have every style of sandal you could want or need, from flip flops to strappy stilettos, shy and sensible to flirty and funky , you are sure to find your perfect pair. Whatever your sandal de-sire, be it the sensible and prudent tourist, the sassy strappy stiletto, gorgeous gladiators that come in all heel heights and designs or the demure and delightful T bar flatties, Shoehorn.ie make dressing your feet this summer feel like a holiday.


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Career change all adds up to satisfaction for mature student

GAINING top marks in the Diploma for Accounting Technicians programme has given a Dublin-based mature student a springboard to a better career. Accounting Technicians Ireland’s qualification is recognised as the fastest pathway to a professional accounting career. David Gordon (49) from Clare Village, Clare Hall secured one of the top marks in the country in the course last year. The former mobile phone retail manager

is now enjoying a new career in accounts with a company just five minutes from where he lives. A native of Swinford, Co Mayo, he opted for the two-year online course to fit in around his working day and it’s a decision that has changed his life for the better. “I’m now full time in finance and I’m delighted,” he said. “I was very disillusioned with the career I was in and I felt there was very little light at the end of the tunnel.

“After 15 years in mobile phone retail management, I had the choice of either moving to the same job somewhere else or upskilling. “Accounting Technicians Ireland offered me better prospects in a job that I love doing. “To think that last year I was sitting exams and now a year on, my life has changed for the complete better. “I would recommend the online course to anyone. You do have to be very self-motivated to

keep on top of everything but the support I received from tutors was second to none.” The Accounting Technicians Ireland qualification is a passport to a rewarding career in accountancy or business. The Accounting Technicians Ireland (ATI’s) qualification, offered full or part-time, is open to the countless number of people who have been working in industry or small practice firms for years but have no formal training, school

and college leavers and mature students. Over 70 colleges around the country offer ATI’s flexible courses which allow students to obtain this professional qualification in as little as two years. The accounting qualification provides access to employment opportunities for a broad range of accounting and finance roles and will enable students to further progress to senior financial management posts. Open days for potential students and employers will be held at Accounting Technicians Ireland in Pearse Street on July 3, 15, 25 and August 8, 19 and 28 and must be booked in advance on numbersindna.ie. Accounting Technicians are qualified accounting professionals that work at all levels of finance

throughout the private and public sector, industry and commerce and in accountancy practices. Accounting Technicians can perform a wide range of finance roles, from accounts staff to financial controller and beyond. For instance, they can do financial accounting and budgeting, costing and credit control, payroll administration and tax returns. More experienced Accounting Technicians may often perform senior managerial tasks and audits. The two-year Diploma for Accounting Technicians programme is also the first step to a full qualification in accountancy. “This is a pan-sectoral qualification which meets the needs of industry, practice and the public sector,

and graduates enjoy exemptions from the full range of professional accountancy bodies including Chartered Accountants Ireland, ACCA, CPA, CIMA as well as Higher Education third level accounting programmes,” said Gillian Doherty, ATI’s Chief Operations Officer. “A recent analysis of the labour market by the National Skills Bulletin confirmed a continuing high demand for accounting technician skills. “Many businesses finance the programme for potential Accounting Technicians – recognising the benefits of having a qualified technician run the financial side of the business while the owner develops the entrepreneurial end.” Visit www. numbersindna.ie for more details.

Dublin student makes national design final David Gordon is originally from Swinford, Co Mayo.

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A DUBLIN student is amongst five finalists who presented their newly created products on a theme of enhancing health and wellbeing to a panel of judges at the finals of the Design Innovation in Plastics (DIP) competition, 2019. Daniella Kaligorsky is in her third year of study at Technological University, Dublin. Industry headline sponsored by Covestro, and the longest running student plastics design competition of its type, DIP is held every year to encourage university students to come up with brand new products made primarily of plastic. Competition organisers, the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining and the Worshipful Company of Horners, this year set the challenging brief of ‘Healthy Body – Healthy World’ – looking for a product which promotes wellbeing and has the qualities of longevity and sustainability. Daniella has come

up with a product called CHECKKIT, a kit, which explains how to properly conduct a self-examination for breast cancer. It includes models that simulate the breast and the physical symptoms of breast cancer. “My life changed dramatically as a result of a family member passing away from breast cancer,” Daniella said. “Cancer survivors and patients can feel exceptionally lonely due to lack of awareness and fear of discussing the illness, and that inspired me to look deeper into the subject.” Daniella was among an original field of 149 entries and now, along with the other four finalists, will go to the awards ceremony in London on July 5, when the results will be announced. The winner will receive a trip to Germany to visit Covestro, along with a cash prize. A key feature of the

competition is that every finalist also receives short industry placement with one of the competition sponsors; Brightworks, HellermannTyton, Innovate Product Design, PDD and RJG Technologies.

Daniella Kaligorsky will go to the awards ceremony in London on July 5.


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Renault’s ZOE leads the electric charge THE Irish EV market is up 270 per cent compared to 2018, and more customers have already bought a Renault ZOE in 2019 than in the whole of 2018. The stylish Renault ZOE’s popularity among Irish motorists is due to several factors, and not just its good looks! Despite a generous 317km range from its 41kWh battery, the ZOE costs thousands less than its nearest rival, starting at €25,590. Just like its more expensive competitors, ZOE’s battery is included in the car’s purchase price which means, with 0 per cent finance over five years, customers can minimise the monthly cost of the car and take immediate advantage of ZOE’s huge savings on fuel and maintenance. A typical Irish driver, doing 20,000km a year,

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ŠKODA unveils allnew Scala to the public The new Scala arrives in Ireland in time for the 192 registration period.

ŠKODA Ireland has revealed further details of the eagerly anticipated SCALA compact hatchback. The new Scala replaces the previous Rapid Spaceback and will be the first ŠKODA model to be based on Volkswagen Group’s A0 MQB platform. The Scala arrives in Ireland in time for the 192 registration period and is longer, wider, higher and more spacious than the Rapid it replaces. The Scala also marks the next major development for the Czech brand in terms of design language. The design of this all new five-door hatchback was influenced by the Vision RS study which was unveiled at the Paris Motor Show in October and combines emotive design with a high degree of functionality and stateof-the-art connectivity. In addition, the Scala will be the first ŠKODA production model in Europe to bear ‘ŠKODA’

lettering on the tailgate instead of the ŠKODA logo. The Scala also features LED headlights and tail lights as standard with full LED versions available as an option, which for the first time, come with dynamic rear indicator signals. On the inside, the modern look continues with the focal point being the infotainment display which measures up to 9.2” in size, making it the largest screen in its class. The optional 10.25” customisable Virtual Cockpit display, which is built into the dashboard, is also the largest in the segment and allows drivers to choose between five different display settings. The Scala also has one of the largest boots in its class with a capacity of 467 litres, which increases to 1,410 litres with the rear seats folded down. The ŠKODA Scala comes with a choice of four EU6 engines ranging from 95hp to 150hp which

include three petrol engines and one diesel. All engines come with direct injection and a turbocharger as well as Stop/Start technology and brake energy recovery. The name Scala is derived from the Latin word for ‘stairs’ or ‘ladder’ and signifies the design, performance, and thought shift, or ‘next step,’ in ŠKODA’s compact car segment. Through the name, ŠKODA also wishes to celebrate three exceptional stories that, in fact, inspired the name itself. The ŠKODA Scala is the first production model in the next stage of the ŠKODA design language’s evolution. It takes its inspiration from the Vision RS study, borrowing the concept car’s sporty yet timeless design, complete with sculptural shapes. The Scala will follow the conventional ŠKODA trim line structure of Active, Ambition and Style.

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ŠKODA Ireland are accepting applications, for a range of new trainee positions across their network of 27 dealers. In the last 12 months the ŠKODA brand has seen significant growth in after sales and service business resulting in Apprentice Technician, Accessory and Parts Advisors and Service Advisor positions becoming available. Sales Executive Positions are also required after the launch of the new ŠKODA Scala and the imminent arrival of the new Kamiq crossover in November. This recruitment drive comes as part of the car brand’s increased focus on training and career

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Butlers arrive in Dublin Applications now open for GERMAN lifestyle chain, Butlers, has opened a new store in Stephens Green Shopping Centre. The new store stocks the full range of the top brand’s quirky and imaginative gifts along with designer collection furniture. The news is already gathering momentum via social networking channels according

to company director, Clinton Nel. “Our multi-channel retail strategy also helps other independent businesses in the area, even if they are of a competitive nature,” he says. “Our stores are generally destination stores and will drive footfall to the shopping centre, consumers are

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Record May at Dublin Airport ALMOST three million passengers travelled through Dublin Airport in May, a 4 percent increase over the same month last year and a new record for May. Passenger volumes to and from continental Europe rose by 4 percent during the month, with more than 1.6 million passengers travelling to European destinations last month. More than 884,000 passengers travelled to and from UK destinations in May, which was an increase of 2 percent when compared to last year. Transatlantic traffic to and from North America increased by 8 percent with 412,500 passengers travelling on this route sector. Other international traffic, principally to the Middle East, Africa and Asia Pacific regions

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Dublin City Council Sean and Stefanie Kelly seek planning permission for the construction of a new vehicular entrance with alterations to the front boundary wall of the existing property at 177 Killester Avenue, Killester, Dublin 5. The planning application may be inspected, or purchased at a fee not exceeding the reasonable cost of making a copy, at the offices of Dublin City Council during its public opening hours and a submission or observation in relation to the application may be made to the authority in writing on payment of the prescribed fee within the period of 5 weeks beginning on the date of receipt by the authority of the application.

Planning Dublin Dublin City Council We, Foreign Bear Studio, intend to apply for planning permission for development at this site 10 St. Mary’s Road, East Wall, Dublin 3, D03 YY93. The development will consist of erection of two-storey rear extension and front porch. The planning application may be inspected or purchased at a fee not exceeding the cost of making a copy at the offices of Dublin City Council during its public opening hours. A submission or observation in relation to the application may be made in writing to the authority on payment of the prescribed fee within the period of five weeks beginning on the date of receipt by the authority of the application.

PLANNING DUBLIN Dublin City Council We Joanne and Joe Donohoe of 83 St Assam’s Avenue, Raheny, intend to apply for Planning permission for proposed alterations to front garden of dwelling, to accommodate parking of an additional car. Gated entrance widened from 3.4m wide to 4.4 metres wide with gate post reinstated to match existing. Permeable granular stone finish to hardstanding area. Gulley at front entrance to collect stormwater and divert to existing surface water drain. No alteration to dished kerb or grass verge outside boundary. The planning application may be inspected, or purchased at a fee not exceeding the reasonable cost of making a copy, at the offices of Dublin City Council during its public opening hours and a submission or observation in relation to the application may be made to the authority in writing on payment of the prescribed fee within the period of 5 weeks beginning on the date of receipt by the authority of the application.

PLANNING DUBLIN Fingal City Council We, Niall & Liz Murtagh intend to apply for retention permission for development at this site, 49 Boroimhe Aspen, Swords, County Dublin. The development consists of a the conversion of the attic space to storage use and addition of 2no. roof lights to the rear and 1no. rooflight to the side of the roof. The planning application may be inspected, or purchased at a fee not exceeding the reasonable cost of making a copy, at the offices of Fingal City Council during its public opening hours and a submission or observation in relation to the Application may be made in writing to the Planning Authority on payment of a fee of €20, within the period of 5 weeks, beginning on the date of receipt by Fingal County Council of the Application, and such submissions or observations will be considered by the Planning Authority in making a decision on the application.

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TENDER Mechanical (Building Services) led Builder contractors are requested for a proposed Project at the Holy Family JNS Swords, Co. Dublin to be completed over the summer of 2019. The project consists of water tank replacementsa with ancillary building works and is governed under the Dept of Education guidelines and CWFP-6 public procurement guidelines. Interested contractors are requested to contact John Walsh by email at jwalsh@morleywalsh.com for further details. Site Visits to be arranged with same. Contractors to note that under the guidelines funding is released when works completed (70%) and signoff as to compliance by the Engineer (30%) assigned by the schools Board of Management. Retention and LAD’s also apply. Tenders to be returned no later than Friday the 05th July at 12 noon. PLANNING DUBLIN Dublin City Council We, Maire McLoughlin & Derek Tighe wish to apply to Dublin City Council for permission to construct a dormer window to northern side as part of attic conversation. This is an addition to previously granted planning permission reference number 4711/18 & all associated site development works at No 6. Charlemont, Griffith Avenue, Dublin 9 D09 H6X6. The planning application may be inspected or purchased at a fee not exceeding the reasonable cost of making a copy, at the offices of Dublin City Council during its public opening hours. A submission or observation in relation to the application may be made in writing to the planning authority on payment of the prescribed fee (€20.00) within the period of 5 weeks beginning on the date of receipt by the authority of the application, and such submissions or observations will be considered by the planning authority in making a decision on the application. The planning authority may grant permission subject to or without conditions, or may refuse to grant permission

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1. See 19 Across. 9. The Old Man’s cry that stops the vessel (3) 10. The garlic could make you sleepy (9) 11. Try an easy diversion round the south (5) 13. Waste time making a fried concoction (7) 14. Previously told that conflict will come to a disastrous end (6) 16. How the local authority imposes regulations (2-4) 18. Fancy getting a point after aiming badly (7) 19 & 1 Across. What stamp counterfeiters create (5,11) 20. Swiss scattered in the vale (9) 21. To knock a popular song (3) 22. Fine old house converted into steamy hotel (7,4)

1. Gloomy (11) 9. Possess (3) 10. Analysis (9) 11. Sticky (5) 13. Humdrum (7) 14. Decorated (6) 16. Docile (6) 18. Utmost (7) 19. Wrench (5) 20. Support (9) 21. Card game (3) 22. Knock-out drug (11)

DOWN 2. Epoch (3) 3. Mournfully (5) 4. Scant (6) 5. Voluptuous (7) 6. Incite (9) 7. Dispute (11) 8. Showiness (11) 12. Compel (9) 15. Syrup (7) 17. Oppose (6) 19. Flinch (5) 21. Garland (3)

DOWN 2. The month for hawthorn (3) 3. Recover from a succession of strokes (5) See answers on the following page 4. Start to show to some advantage (3,3) 5. The senselessness of having been elected by a tiny fluctuation (7) 6. The wrong thing to drop at dusk (9) 7. Manufacturer of revolvers (11) 8. Sporting records - these will be arranged in twenties (5-6) 12. Tiny spring flower (9) 15. It’s obvious I’ve been upset by depression (7) 17. The kind of tasks for one in a servile position (6) 19. Bird island near the bottom of the cliff (5) 21. Express hesitation as you stitch the edge (3)

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A few things worth checking out this week

GLASNEVIN CEMETERY MUSEUM Women’s Tours, Children’s Tours & Summer Tour Times

This year’s Dublin Pride parade on Saturday, June 29, will assemble on O’Connell Street and Parnell Square with an expected 7,000 people from over 150 different groups with floats, marching bands, colourful costumes and lots and lots of noise leading the way at 1pm. From O’Connell Street, the parade will turn on to Eden Quay and pass Liberty Hall, where the first large scale march for LGBTQ+ rights in Ireland started in 1983. The Parade will cross the Liffey at Talbot Memorial Bridge and travel along City Quay, Lombard Street, Westland Row and end with a free outdoor event in Merrion Square.

TAYTO PARK FUNFEST A host of entertainers from the worlds of music, circus, family entertainment, dance and art will come together for the Tayto Park Funfest this weekend ( June 29 & 30). Hudson Taylor will headline the main stage on Sunday evening with international acts Rak-Su and Heather Small (The Voice of M People) topping the bill on Saturday. There will also be big top tents hosting a variety of children’s entertainers from jugglers to circus performers to dancers and everything in between. Tickets are priced at €55 per day and this includes entry to the park, wristbands for all attractions (as many times as you want) plus entry to Funfest.

FLAVOURS OF FINGAL

The Flavours of Fingal County Show returns to Newbridge House and Farm, Donabate, on Saturday and Sunday, June 29 and 30. Flavours of Fingal offers something for all of the family, from live music and entertainment, to the Arts and Crafts Marquee, which will feature an array of handcrafted products. Children will be entertained with acres of bouncy castles, face painting, archaeological digs, magicians, storytelling, a Courtyard ‘Chill Out Zone’ and much more.   The festival is free of charge for visitors who arrive on foot, use public transport or the free shuttle bus service. For those who opt to drive, parking tickets should be booked in advance online on www.flavoursoffingal.ie.

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM From June 27 to 29, Balally Players is bringing Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream to life in a refreshing and inventive production. In the garden setting at St Enda’s, the story follows two pairs of young lovers in an evocative, joyful and funny piece of theatre. They journey into the spirit world with Oberon, Titania, Puck and two diminutive fairies and as night falls in the park. Gates open at 7pm for a 7.30pm start and seating is available. The group recommend you bring a throw or an extra layer of clothing, for later in the performance, as it can get chilly, on certain nights. Tickets are €14 (€12 with a concession) and are available at milltheatre.ie and by calling 01-2969340. Tickets will also be available at the gate each evening from 7pm.

PRIDE PARADE

AUTHOR READS AT LIBRARIES   WOMEN’S TOURS Glasnevin Cemetery Museum is delighted to announce the return of their popular Women’s Tours. These tours will focus on the legendary women to whom Glasnevin is home to and will take place on the last Sunday of every month at 2:00pm from June until November. On these tours, visitors will hear the stories of some of the following incredible women: • Maud Gonne MacBride • Delia Larkin • Grace Gifford Plunkett • Constance Markievicz • Charlotte Despard • Madeline Ffrench Mullen • Jennie Wyse Power • Elizabeth O’Farrell • Hanna Sheehy-Skeffington These inspirational women played a pivotal role in shaping Irish history and culture. Hear their stories and discover Ireland’s herstory carved in stone! CHILDREN’S SUMMER TOURS Glasnevin are delighted to announce that they will also be running Children’s Tours on Saturdays at 2:00pm during the months of July and August. Designed especially for children, these tours are perfect for the whole family and will showcase some of the cemetery’s most entertaining stories. Some highlights include: • Fr. Browne and the Titanic the man who captured rare photographs of the famous ship! • Grave-robbing - Why does Glasnevin Cemetery have such high walls and watch towers? • Yew Trees - there is more to them than you think! • William Fogarty’s pesky parrot! • Maria Higgins - the only person

in the cemetery who was buried twice! ADDITIONAL SUMMER TOURS This summer, Glasnevin will be running an extended timetable! From 29th June, the General History tour will run hourly from 10:30am to 3:30pm daily. Visit the gravesides of the inspirational figures that shaped the Ireland we know today including Michael Collins, Charles Stewart Parnell, Daniel O’Connell, Grace Gifford, Maud Gonne and Countess Markievicz. The Dead Interesting tour will run at weekends and Bank Holiday Mondays at 1:00pm. This tour offers an alternative view of the varied heritage that Ireland’s largest cemetery holds. Learn of its sculpture, symbolism, architecture, sporting heroes, natural life and the lesser known stories. Visitors can also visit the O’Connell Tower! Legendary Irish statesman Daniel O’Connell is buried in an ornate crypt beneath the spectacular round tower; the tallest of its kind in Ireland, standing at 180ft. Climb the 198 steps to spectacular views of Dublin, Wicklow and the Irish Sea! Not convinced? Go and see for yourself! Tickets are available to book online or at the museum reception. W: www.glasnevinmuseum.ie T: +353 (0)1 882 6550 E: museum@glasnevintrust.ie Group Bookings: booking@ glasnevintrust.ie Opening Hours: (open daily) Summer (April – September): 10am - 6m Winter (October – March): 10am – 5pm

Author Breda Joy will read from her debut novel, ‘Eat the Moon’, at Greystones Library on on Tuesday, June 25, at 7pm and at Tallaght Library on Wednesday, June 26, at 7pm. Published by Poolbeg Press, Breda was one of 12 finalists in the Green Bean Novel Fair 2016 at the Irish Writers’ Centre, Parnell Square, Dublin.

KALEIDOSCOPE

A tantalising new three day camping festival for family and friends is taking place at the stunning Russborough House, Blessington from Friday June 28 to Sunday June 30. Inspired by Electric Picnic, Kaleidoscope will try to harness the magic of the Little Picnic’s entertainment and family campsites and transport it to this brand new venue. Expect a host of the best music acts and DJs, in addition to programming for babes in arms to teens as well as the grown-ups. See www. kaleidoscopefestival.ie for details.

Crossword Answers June 26th CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS Across: 1 Impressions; 9 Hoy; 10 Lethargic; 11 Essay; 13 Fritter; 14 Warned; 16 By-laws; 18 Imagine; 19 False; 20 Helvetian; 21 Hit; 22 Stately home. Down: 2 May; 3 Rally; 4 Set off; 5 Inanity; 6 Nightfall; 7 Wheelwright; 8 Score-sheets; 12 Streamlet; 15 Evident; 17 Menial; 19 Finch; 21 Hem. QUICK SOLUTIONS Across: 1 Pessimistic; 9 Own; 10 Diagnosis; 11 Tacky; 13 Routine; 14 Ornate; 16 Pliant; 18 Extreme; 19 Wrest; 20 Stanchion; 21 Loo; 22 Anaesthetic. Down: 2 Eon; 3 Sadly; 4 Meagre; 5 Sensual; 6 Instigate; 7 Controversy; 8 Ostentation; 12 Constrain; 15 Treacle; 17 Resist; 19 Wince; 21 Lei.


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We take a look back at extracts from old newspapers to see what was in the news this month in years gone by

An aerial shot of Ballymun in 2003. PHOTO: DARREN KINSELLA

Bono and Brendan O’Carroll pictured at the National Entertainment Awards in the National Concert Hall in 1994. PHOTO: DARREN KINSELLA

Irish Press, June 1, 1992

Mayo Examiner, June 20, 1870

Irish Press, June 26, 1963

Freeman’s Journal, June 20, 1874


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