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PART OF DUBLIN PEOPLE MEDIA GROUP www.dublinpeople.com Tel: 01 8621611

Vol.26. No.8

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Troubled bus route is secured Áine O’Boyle THE National Bus and Rail Union (NBRU) has agreed to fully reinstate the troubled Number 27 Dublin Bus route which has been subject to ongoing anti-social activities. Services on the cross-city 27, which runs from Clare Hall to Jobstown, have been curtailed on a number of previous

occasions due to a series of incidents. According to NBRU executive, Sean Yeates, drivers on the route regularly face antisocial issues such as being spat at, having bricks thrown at the buses and passengers fighting on board. According to the union, of 48 incidents of anti-social behaviour recorded on their



website, 15 occurred on the 27 bus route alone. Dublin Bus were approached for comment on the matter but did not respond at time of going to press. The NBRU had previously discussed the possibility of withdrawing the service completely out of fear for their drivers’ safety. The issue came to a head

recently when the NBRU planned to curtail the route in Tallaght on Saturday, February 8, as the country went to the polls on General Election Day. In a strongly worded warning, the union said they were once again calling for a dedicated transport police as anti-social behaviour rises. They said buses on route 27 would only operate as far as

the Square Shopping Centre on that Saturday (February 8), adding that they would not rule out a permanent withdrawal from the area “if politicians and community reps don’t pull their weight”. At a meeting of the Tallaght Forum on February 7, representatives from the union, local community, gardai and politicians were invited to

engage with the issue.

General Secretary of the Call Us Any www.staffordfunerals.com NBRU, Dermot O’Leary, said: “While it was disappointing that a large number of local representatives had not been fully engaging with the Forum over recent months, (Fianna Fail deputies) John Lahart and Charlie O’Connor have been to continued on page 2

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General election sees some high-profile names fall on Dublin’s Southside THERE were a number of high-profile losers in this year’s General Election which saw some wellknown names on the Southside take a tumble. Among them was the outgoing Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Shane Ross who lost his seat in Dublin Rathdown. He was excluded on the fifth count in the constituency after Green Party deputy leader Catherine Martin topped the poll. Speaking on Newstalk, he said it was not a time for regret, but a time to congratulate those who had been successful. "There has obviously been a huge appetite for change,” he said. "I hope [the elected candidates] make a really successful government and bring about the change that is necessary." Running in the Dún Laoghaire constituency,

Winner: Cormac Devlin.

Loser: Shane Ross. another big name that failed to make the grade was Mary Mitchell O’Connor, who finished just under 500 votes behind Fianna Fáil’s

Cormac Devlin. People Before Profit’s Richard Boyd Barrett, Fine Gael’s Jennifer Carroll MacNeill and the Green Party’s Ossian Smyth took


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Lost: Kate O’Connoll.

the other three seats in the constituency. On Twitter, the former minister said she wanted to thank “all the people who opened their doors

Mary Mitchell O’Connor.

to me, all who discussed their concerns and hopes with me”. Fine Gael's Eoghan Murphy kept his seat in Dublin Bay-South where

his party colleague, Kate O'Connell, lost hers. The outgoing housing minister joined Sinn Féin's Chris Andrews, Fianna Fáil's Jim O'Callaghan and Green

Party leader Eamon Ryan who was the first to be elected. In Dublin Mid-West Sinn Fein’s Eoin Ó Broin and Mark Ward were both elected alongside Emer Higgins (FG) and Gino Kenny (S-PBP) but at the cost of some other big names, like those of John Curran (FF) and Paul Gogarty (Ind). Other high-profile losses occurred in Dublin SouthWest where Sean Crowe (SF), Paul Murphy (S-PBP), Colm Brophy (FG), Francis Noel Duffy (GP) and John Lahart (FF) were elected while Katherine Zappone (Ind) and Charlie O'Connor (FF) were eliminated. In Dublin South-Central, the long-serving TD, Aengus Ó Snodaigh (SF), was elected alongside Bríd Smith (S-PBP), Patrick Costello (GP) and Joan Collins were elected while Catherine Byrne (FG) and Catherine Ardagh (FF) were also eliminated.

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Dublin Bus and the gardaí that resources will be immediately approved to continued from page 1 assist in combatting the anti-social behaviour in the area.” the fore in assisting The NBRU subsequently with our attempts to agreed to restore the 27 both highlight and seek solutions to the epidemic service to these areas. In an earlier statement, proportions of anti-social Deputy Lahart said: behaviour. “Passengers are being “The NBRU have long terrorised on the way been campaigning for a to and from work on a dedicated Garda Public weekly basis and it is our Transport unit to help hope that a dedicated in combatting the type public transport police of behaviour being would act as a deterrent witnessed across our public transport system.” for those carrying out these attacks and The union said that incidents. at the Tallaght Forum, “The prevalence and “representations were threat of violence is made by Mr Lahart, deterring users of public Mr O’Connor and Sinn transport and is causing Féin TD Sean Crowe and assurances were given by serious delays.”




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A FREE book-gifting scheme has been taken up by over 5,000



children in Tallaght. Some 75 per cent of all children up to five years


of age in Dublin 24 have signed up to the local free book scheme, supported by Dolly Parton, since it was launched one year ago. The Dolly Parton Imagination Library




NORTHSIDE PEOPLEcommunity EAST • 19 OcT and2016 also to NORTHSID receiving books,â€? she sadi. The Rotary Club. “Together with the “Given this success support of An Post and we are also supporting Tusla, 33,108 books have expansion the been delivered during PEOPLEthe NORTHSIDE EAST • 19 OcTof 2016 programme to other the past year. We are parts of the country and so grateful to the local postmen and postwomen exciting announcements are expected soon,â€? she who have helped to get all of these books into the said. CDI is a non-profit hands of more children.â€? organisation working to Parents living in improve outcomes for Dublin 24 can signtheir their Chief â–Ş Malahide Cub Scouts who received Scouts’ Awards: Aaro children in disadvantaged children up at www.cdi.ie/ MacLochlainn, Kate Sheridan, Adam Gardiner, Tara O’Keeffe, Daniel C communities inleaders Ireland. Leigh where William Hackett pictured imaginationlibrary with their Chief Scouts’ award â–Şcan â–Ş Malahide Malahide Cub Scouts who in received C Established 2004 in theirC they receive a free MacLochlainn, Kate Sheridan, Adam Tallaght, DublinMacLochlainn 24, CDI Gardin high-quality book to keep William Hackett with William their Hack Sc designs, delivers and Chief every month until they pictured

Reilly, gave details of the programme’s success as it celebrated its first birthday in Ireland last Friday. “An estimated 5,331 children in Dublin 24 have received, or are currently

(DPIL) project is being coordinated by the Tallaght based Childhood Development Initiative (CDI) to encourage local children’s reading. Programme Coordinator, Emma

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Election 2020 was great reality television TONY McCULLAGH Editor Dublin People Group t.mccullagh@dublinpeople.com

WHATEVER the eventual outcome of this month’s general election results, it must be said that coverage of the campaign represented reality TV at its best. Even people that I wouldn’t have previously regarded as political animals became overnight experts on proportional representation, tallies and transfers. Netflix had to play second fiddle as the nation broke out the popcorn and binge watched the

rolling election coverage on RTÉ and Virgin Media. It was a short but eventful campaign, with more lows than highs. Leo Varadkar looked more comfortable during television debates than he did when mixing with ordinary people out on the campaign trail. He certainly got off to a bad start. When a homeless man sustained serious injuries as his tent was being removed by a mechanical device along the Grand Canal, Varadkar was accused of politicising the horrific incident by asking Dublin’s Lord Mayor – Fianna Fáil candidate Paul McAuliffe – to make a statement on the matter. Leo’s student days also came back to haunt him when a previous admission about smoking cannabis resurfaced during an early television debate.

Sinn Féin leader Mary Lou McDonald and Michelle O’Neill, Deputy First Minister of Northern Ireland, meet the media at the election count in the RDS. PHOTO: DARREN KINSELLA At times, Fine Gael did a tremendous job of damaging its own campaign, not least when one of its candidates, Catherine Noone, suggested that her party leader was autistic. It was an extraordinary comment that was offensive on so many levels. Under normal circumstances, I suspect that Noone would have been disciplined by the party and possibly deselected as a candidate. However, given that the election was just weeks away, it was probably considered more politically expedient for Leo to accept her apology and take the air out of the

controversy. Fianna Fáil managed to largely steer clear of banana skins during the campaign, although Micheál Martin kind of overdid it on the anti-Sinn Féin sentiment, an approach he may well live to regret. The party’s most entertaining moment came when young gun Jack Chambers clashed with RTÉ’s Claire Byrne as she repeatedly asked him, justifiably, why children’s internet safety had been included in his party’s climate change manifesto. Sinn Féin seemed immune to bad press. The more their past was dragged

up by rival parties and elements of the media, the better they did in the polls. One thing is clear from the result: Irish voters resent being lectured about how they should think and feel. It would be unfortunate for Sinn Féin if its unprecedented electoral success was tarnished by further outbursts of rebel songs or slogans associated with the Troubles. I fully agree that Mary Lou McDonald shouldn't have to be her TDs' mammy, as she put it herself. But she does need to show leadership by not tolerating such behaviour in the future.



Irish charity plants 1.5 million trees in Ethiopia IRISH charity Concern Worldwide has planted over 1.5 million trees in Ethiopia over the past two years to reduce the suffering caused by the effects of climate change. The international aid organisation, which has been in Ethiopia since 1973, planted 1,549,819 trees, or an average of over 2,100 a day, in 2018 and 2019 in areas of the country devastated by droughts, floods and other severe weather events. The project, supported with funding from Irish Aid, is improving soil quality, providing food, jobs and helping to reverse the effects of climate change. Concern staff also took part in a separate one day national drive, led by the Ethiopian government, to plant

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millions of saplings in July last year to help tackle the climate crisis. “Trees strengthen soil and this gives people food, jobs and safer places to live, so this is critical, life-saving work,” explained Concern’s Country Director in Ethiopia, Eileen Morrow who is from Dundrum. “They, along with other plants and organisms in our ecosystem, also give us the oxygen we breathe while taking harmful, world-heating carbon dioxide out of our atmosphere – so by planting trees we are providing a lifeline in this worsening climate crisis.” Concern said it has had huge success from tree planting in Ethiopia in recent years with communities The UN Special Envoy for El Nino and Climate Mary Robinson in Ethiopia where she experiencing less flooding and more visited the Irish Aid program.

Kerr. “Then they go into the sea and they do three to WITH over 160 scuba five snorkles before they dives under their belts, qualify as a snorkeler, and the Bray Divers are after that, the world is proving to be one of the most active scuba diving theirs.” The diving lessons are clubs across the country. According to the founder very much focused on the individual. of the Bray Divers/ Kerr said: “Our training Wicklow Aquanauts Scuba is not a class structure Diving Club, Albert Kerr, situation, it’s individual, this is because the club so a person does their is incredibly lucky to be training at the pace that situated so close to the suits themselves, they sea. don’t have to keep up with “We’re one of the few clubs that’s so close to the a class. “It doesn’t matter if it water that you can put takes them a month to suit on in the club and go about 30 yards and you’re get something done, or a week, or an hour, it’s into the water,” he said. individual.” Despite being located The opening hours of in Greystones, the club the club are also made to attracts people from suit the 9-5 office worker, all across Dublin, from the stay-at-home parent or Swords to Lucan. the shift worker. “We have a fantastic “The training and the custom made building course can be centred in the harbour in around the availability of Greystones,” said Kerr. the person,” Kerr added. In order to become a The club operates on a club member, one must voluntary basis, meaning partake in 10 and 20 minute lectures to gain an that the scuba trainers are insight into what the club not being paid. According to Kerr: “We’re probably is all about. the cheapest club in the “That takes place over country.” two nights, and then the The individualistic next thing is they come into the pool and they do nature of scuba diving serves to be one of its a swimming test,” said


growth in food production and livelihoods. “We are improving the productivity of land for crops and livestock to create greater food security and a better environment for everyone,” added Concern’s livelihoods officer in Ethiopia, Dereje Jeba. The tree types Concern planted includes the droughtresistant drumstick tree (Moringa), the silky oak (Gravilliea Robusta), junipers, avocado and mango. The aid agency helped 573,000 people directly through its development work last year in Ethiopia. The East African country is particularly vulnerable to weatherrelated shocks with over 80 per cent of the rural population dependent greatest selling points, it is not reliant on competition and can be done at the leisure of the scuba diver themselves. “If a person is into scuba diving, they’re number one, it’s not competitive,” said Kerr.“Everybody wins, there’s no losers.” Scuba diving also knows no age, with Kerr’s most recent recruit being a fit and healthy 71-year-old. “It’s never too late. Once they’re able to get into the water and the doctor says they’re okay, there’s no problem,” he said. The club currently has a membership of 20 divers, with room for at least another six to 12 members. Aside from scuba diving, the club also partakes in a number of other activities while in the water, ranging from underwater clean-ups to biodiversity studies. Kerr notes that when the divers enter into the marine environment, they are at one with the aquatic animals there. “While we’re there we now work to clean up anything that’s down there, plastic, rubbish and ever diver has an onus to bring up at least five

Dundrum’s Eileen Morrow, Ethiopia Country Director, Concern Worldwide. on rain-fed agriculture. Ethiopia also has the added challenge of hosting almost one million refugees from other countries. pieces of rubbish if they can find them,” he said. “As we’ve been doing that we’ve been finding less and less rubbish, so the whole place is getting a lot cleaner, especially with plastic.” Along with the underwater cleaning, the club also does a monthly underwater survey in Greystones Harbour and the Nun’s Cove, sending on the results to biodiversity Ireland. The club itself is well-recognised internationally, boasting a membership to the Irish Underwater Council of which is affiliated to the International Underwater Council. “That’s why we have worldwide recognition,” said Kerr. “The standard of training from the bottom to the top in all countries is the same.” With membership to the club comes the opportunity to dive locally, nationally and abroad. “We’re just back from ten dives in Lanzarote, but we dive all over the country, in lakes and quarries and in the sea,” he added.



Kevin Street students to take a trip down the old memory lane TU Dublin is preparing for the arrival of 10,000 students to its new flagship campus in Grangegorman. Many of these students will leave Kevin Street, where TU Dublin has been a part of the local community for over 130 years. To pay tribute to Kevin Street, the university is hosting a special celebration before the beginning of its next chapter later this year in Grangegorman. The event, organised by Kevin Street staff and the TU Dublin Graduate Network, takes place this month, on Saturday, February 29. The celebration is a chance for Kevin Street alumni to revisit their college days and to commemorate the unique history of their alma mater as the home of technological education

in Ireland. TU Dublin is the university where the arts, business, sciences, engineering and technology converge and its 28,500 students and researchers come from all over Ireland and from all parts of the globe. Arnold Felix Graves founded Kevin Street Technical School, with financial support from Dublin Corporation, and 220 students began classes there in October 1887. From the very beginning, Kevin Street offered education and training at the leading edge of technology, a tradition that will continue in its new home in the Central Quad in Grangegorman. Alumni visiting Kevin Street will be able to meet with their former classmates and lecturers, view memorabilia, see their old labs and lecture

rooms, and hear about the university’s exciting new chapter at Grangegorman. Biological and Health Sciences graduates can reminisce about 70 years of Diagnostics, Dietetics and DNA in Kevin Street, while those who studied Mathematical Sciences can see photos of students from yesteryear - and even try their hand at some old exam papers! Computer Science will take former students on a trip down memory lane with an exhibition of old pictures and showcase what they will bring to their new home in Grangegorman. Electrical and Electronic Engineering is hosting a display of photographs, vintage lab equipment and other material from the school’s archive. At the same time, Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences staff will meet with

graduates on the third floor and provide tours of their state-of-the-art laboratories and talk about their plans for Grangegorman. Physics and Clinical Measurement alumni will be delighted to hear that the physics labs are still on the first floor and staff are excited to show how these facilities have been modernised over the years. Finally, former National Optometry Centre students can see demonstrations of their Take a trip down memory lane at TU Kevin Street. cutting-edge diagnostic equipment and visit the largely unchanged clinic labs. The Kevin Street celebration takes place between 1-4pm on February 29. The event is free, but places are limited so prospective attendees are advised to register for their place on Eventbrite.


Hair salon’s winning makeover A LOCAL hair and beauty salon has been awarded €1,000 in recognition of the work undertaken to transform its shopfront. Temple Hair and Beauty in Templeogue was awarded the funding from South Dublin County Council under the annual Shopfront Grant Scheme. The award of Best Designed Shopfront was in addition to a grant received to part fund the installation of an improved shopfront design. “The new shopfront encompasses everything the Shopfront Grant Scheme is setting out to achieve,” said Mayor of South Dublin County, Cllr Vicki Casserly.

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Young Southside volunteer is up for a top award THREE young people Charlotte Gallagher, Rebecca Colley and Pictured with students Melissa Pajzos and Ciaran Hegarty, from Old Bawn School Community School, were (from Jake Redmond from Co left) Eileen Lee, Operations Manager Dublin, PM Group and Ms Ursula McCabe, principal. PHOTO CHRIS BELLEW Dublin have been chosen as some of the country’s /FENNELL PHOTOGRAPH most outstanding youth volunteers. A First-Year student at Our Lady’s School, Templeogue Road, Terenure, Charlotte was diagnosed with Leukemia at age 10 and became the youngest member and

Company unveils new bursary for community school A NEW bursary for Old Bawn Community School pupils has been unveiled. PM Group, the Irish headquartered, international project delivery specialists, announced the bursary. The school is located near the company’s Dublin office in Tallaght, Dublin 24. The €50,000 bursary is open to sixth year and transition year (TY) pupils over a four-year period. The bursary will support students’ interest in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) and encourage them to pursue

third level education. The collaboration will include the provision of laptops for a selected group of leaving certificate students who move forward to STEM related courses in third level education. Mentoring will also be provided for each student pursuing STEM related courses. As part of the collaboration, PM Group will also provide spaces on its TY Programme and internships for students looking to pursue engineering courses at third level. Speaking at the announcement of the

bursary, Eileen Lee, Operations Manager, PM Group in Dublin, said: “We are delighted to partner with Old Bawn Community School, which is located in the heart of our local community in Tallaght. “Technology and innovation are key drivers for our business and we are passionate about supporting and mentoring young talent, particularly in the STEM disciplines. “As we extend our CR (Corporate Responsibility) Programme, it is fitting that we focus on our local community and, in particular, support the efforts of local students

volunteer of the Sarah Jennifer Knott Foundation (SJK). A close friend of Charlotte’s family, Sarah passed away in 2015 aged 31 from Cancer of Unknown Primary (CUP). Unable to find the source of Sarah’s cancer her family set up the foundation to raise awareness and pay for research. Charlotte has been

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to pursue third level education.” In welcoming the bursary announcement, Ursula McCabe, Principal of Old Bawn Community School, added: “We are very pleased to partner with PM Group in supporting our sixth year and TY students as they pursue third level education. “I’m particularly delighted that PM Group has committed to providing mentoring and internship opportunities for our students over the next four years. This will be critically important for them as they transition to third level education.” Charlotte Gallagher.

Several local attractions win Awards of Excellence HOTEL and visitor destinations in Dublin have been celebrating after winning 20 Awards of Excellence. The CIE Tours International Annual Awards for Excellence, which are now in their 30th year, recognise the best hotels and tourist attractions across Ireland based on feedback from over 25,000 customers throughout the year. Each winner achieved a customer satisfaction rating of over 92 per cent from CIE Tours International visitors with Gold Award Winners achieving the highest

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Tasty line-up for Fruit festival FORBIDDEN Fruit, Dublin's first and longestrunning city centre festival - is returning for its 10th anniversary on the incredible grounds of Irish Museum Of Modern Art, Royal Hospital Kilmainham. It all kicks off on Saturday, May 30 with Jorja Smith, Peggy Gou, Loyle Carner and Fatima Yamaha. On Sunday 31, dance masters Underworld headline with Hot Chip, The Murder Capital and The Avalanches all taking to the stage. English R&B singer/ songwriter Jorja Smith’s soulful, jazz-tinged cadence, heartfelt lyrics, and retro sound invoke names like Alunageorge, Nao, Lulu James, and Amy Winehouse. The Brit Award winning artist’s debut record ‘Lost & Found’ was released to critical acclaim - and she has collaborated with the likes of Drake, Burna Boy, AJ Tracey, fellow Fruit artist Loyle Carner and many others. She will be playing her first ever Dublin show at Forbidden Fruit 2020. We also love the awesome Peggy Gou, who played her Irish festival debut at Forbidden Fruit in 2017 to a rapt audience. One of the biggest names in dance music today, the South Korean DJ and producer now returns as one of our 2020

headliners. Loyle Carner first appeared on the scene back in 2014, with his debut EP ‘A Little Late’, which cemented him in the UK's rap scene as one to watch. He followed that up in 2017 with his BRIT (Best Male, Best Newcomer) and Mercury Prize nominated, top 20 debut ‘Yesterday’s Gone’. He then released his highly anticipated sophomore record, ‘Not Waving, But Drowning’ in April of last year. His performance at this year’s All Together Now and his sold out Vicar Street show in October of last year were truly something special. This will be Loyle’s first time to grace the Forbidden Fruit stage in 2020. Returning for his first show since 2018, Fatima Yamaha is one of many aliases used by Dutch producer Bas Bron, under which he releases understated electronic dance tracks that have a retro, synth-led aesthetic. The alias originally emerged in 2004, for the release of an EP, ‘What's a Girl to Do’, on D1 Music. Soon after the EP was released, Bron put aside the Fatima Yamaha moniker to focus on several other pseudonyms, including Bastian, Gifted, and Seymour Bits. As the years rolled by,

the title track continued to circulate, gaining new momentum from various reissues, including a release on Bron's own label, Magnetron Music, and Dekmantel, both in 2015. By then the record had gained an underground following, resulting in the resurrection of Fatima Yamaha for a string of festival appearances and a full-length debut album, ‘Imaginary Lines’. Having had no tour dates throughout 2019, this is Fatima Yamaha’s first show announcement to mark his return in 2020. Underworld, aka Rick Smith and Karl Hyde (pictured right) are at home headlining the world’s biggest festivals and events, playing underground techno clubs and warehouses, sound-tracking theatre productions or taking over art galleries, disused shoe shops, and Japanese department stores. Having cemented their place in the ’90s underground techno scene, the group’s definitive breakthrough came in 1996 when their timeless anthem ‘Born Slippy (Nuxx)’ became the soundtrack of a generation after it was featured in the film Trainspotting. From playing a sold-out Forbidden Fruit in 2016 to then headlining the debut year of All Together

Now in 2018, this marks Underworld’s return to Dublin in 2020 to headline what will be a very special 10th anniversary for the festival. Returning for their first outdoor live Dublin show since 2013 is Hot Chip. This excellent synth pop gang headlined All Together Now in 2019, and now make their Forbidden Fruit debut. Australian mixing maestros The Avalanches

will also be taking to the Forbidden Fruit stage for their debut. Fans had to wait 16 long years for ‘Wildflowers’, the follow up to ‘Since I Left You’. The band took to Instagram to reveal that they are mixing their third studio album, due for release this year. Dublin based five-piece The Murder Capital exploded onto the scene last year with their intense brooding post-punk. Their

debut album 'When I Have Fears' reached Number 2 in the Irish album charts. Currently playing sold-out shows on their European tour, followed by a North America tour, with a sold-out Vicar Street show in February, now is your chance to witness them live. Even more artists will be joining in across the weekend including singer and rapper Biig Piig. Expect silky vocals and

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Joan As Police Woman will be playing ‘Cover Two’ in Dublin WE just can’t get enough of Joan As Police Woman. After her sold out Irish tour last July, it has been announced that Joan will be performing her new album ‘Cover Two’ live in concert with Parker Kindred (drums) and Jacob Silver (bass) for two nights, on Saturday, June 13 and Sunday 14 in the Georgian gem that is Dublin’s Pepper Canister Church. Tickets for Joan As Police Woman Trio are on sale now. Her new album ‘Cover Two’ (Sweet Police/PIAS), will be released in May.

This will be Joan’s second album re-working songs by other artists and again, Joan makes some very interesting and surprising choices. About the new album Joan says: “I began working on new covers ever since the release of the first covers album 11 years ago. “I’ve been performing ‘Kiss’ by Prince and my version of ‘Out of Time’ by Blur throughout last year’s Joanthology Tour and finished the record as soon as I returned home this winter. “Recreating existing

songs is a gratifying creative challenge for me, especially with songs I adore. I start with the question ‘why, exactly, do I love this song?’ “I take those elements and reform them, sometimes removing much of the remaining material to refocus them through new glasses. “I re-harmonise the chords, radically change the feel or shift the hook or the phrasing to rebuild the composition. “For ‘Spread’ by Outkast, I invited my friend and musical genius Meshell Ndegeocello to

recite André’s words and play bass as only she can. “I beat boxed the drums, had Parker play live over the tracks and added the masterful trumpeter Cole Kamen-Green. “Under Control’ by The Strokes is my favorite song of theirs. I always heard it as classic R&B song dressed up as a Strokes song, so I just reframed it the way I heard it naturally and did my best Brian May guitar playing. “Not The Way’ is from Cass McCombs’ first EP. I’d listened to the song for years before I realised what the lyrics were and

then just wanted to create a version of my own. “The verse describes being judgmental and difficult which leads to the blithe chorus ‘That’s not the way to make friends’. “Keep Forgetting’ by Michael McDonald is a song that lyrically tears me up. It felt like it was a terribly sad song dressed up in a slick untouchable suit. I recreated it as the heart-broken ballad inside that suit. “Talk Talk’s ‘Life’s What You Make It’ is a mantra for me. I sang it with the incredible vocalist Justin Hicks.” We just can’t get enough of Joan As Police Woman.



Tallaght man broke a beer bottle over taxi driver's head Brion Hoban A SOUTHSIDE man who broke a beer bottle over the head of a taxi driver has been jailed for nine months. David Murphy (29) of Belfry Green, Tallaght, pleaded guilty at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court to assault causing harm at Slade Road, Saggart, on March 21, 2015. Judge Pauline Codd sentenced Murphy to three and a half years but suspended the final two years and nine months of the sentence. Garda Andrew Griffin told Derek Cooney BL, prosecuting, that in the early hours of the morning a taxi man picked up Murphy and a woman from a house in Clondalkin. Murphy was carrying a beer can and a bag containing beer bottles.

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behaviour in a Garda station and criminal damage. Sarah-Jane O'Callaghan BL, defending, said her client's family had been homeless for significant portions of his life. However, she said he is now sober, drug free and employed. Judge Codd said she was taking into consideration Murphy's plea of guilty and his personal circumstances. She noted that the attack has left the taxi driver more cautious in his work and he is now afraid to work nights. He lost around â‚Ź800 in earnings because he was out of work for a time after the assault. The court heard that Murphy failed to engage with a victim awareness course and is deemed to be at a medium risk of reoffending.

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thinking, energy, feelings and behaviour. While they can vary from mild to severe, and impact on our relationships, family and work lives, it is possible to find ways to manage the conditions, and to lead healthy and productive lives. Bríd O’Meara, Aware’s Director of Services, said that by giving back, volunteers gain as much as they give on the Support Line. “Our more than 400 volunteers nationwide are a crucial lifeline for people impacted by depression and bipolar disorder,” said Ms O’Meara. “They play a key part in our work supporting people affected by stress, depression, bipolar disorder and moodrelated conditions, and are passionate about nurturing people’s

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14 Motoring


The Care Trust get on the road with the all-new Renault Clio RENAULT Ireland has partnered with Irish charity The Care Trust (TCT) to supply 36 all-new Renault Clios for its series of fundraising lottery draws in 2020. Renault Ireland Brand Ambassador and Today FM Breakfast Show presenter Ian Dempsey was on hand to launch the new partnership recently. The Care Trust is a nonprofit organisation and a registered charity, raising much needed funds for the CRC, Rehab, and the Mater University Hospital since 1974. In 2019, The Care Trust provided €2.15 million to CRC, Rehab and the Mater Hospital from its fundraising efforts. These funds help to ensure that thousands of children and adults with physical, medical or intellectual disabilities, those who are socially disadvantaged and those requiring medical care have the opportunity to achieve their full potential. The Care Trust runs three draws every month, and an all-new Renault Clio must be won in every draw. In the 30 years since

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Škoda makes some predictions for 2020 The total number of new cars sold in 2019 fell by 6.8 per cent to 117,031 units compared to 2018. Škoda Ireland is projecting a slightly more optimistic result in 2020, with 120,000 passenger vehicle sales forecasted. Despite this year’s decline there is still a very healthy appetite for vehicles with 12.9 per cent more used car imports registered in 2019 compared to 2018. The biggest challenge for the industry over the last three years was the staggering 307,900 used imports that indirectly affected the new car market. With the introduction of the new government NOx tax from January 1, used imports will not be as advantageous as was previously.

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More candidates are dropping out of the interview process NEW research carried out by e-recruitment platform, IrishJobs.ie, reveals that 90 percent of employers have experienced candidates dropping out of the interview process in the past 12 months. Seven in 10 employers who experienced a drop out said the candidate was offered another job during the process. Interview process length Seventy five percent of employers said their interview processes take one month or less. However, over a quarter of jobseekers say they have experienced a lengthy interview process of between two to five months, with a further 3 percent of interview processes taking more than five months to complete. Common frustrations As Ireland remains at full employment, employers need to dedicate significant time and resourcing to recruit new hires. This should involve an appraisal of current recruitment and interview processes, to avoid losing candidates to competitors. Some of the biggest frustrations felt by jobseekers during the interview process include the non-disclosure of salary data (27 percent,) a lack of communication as to their stage in the process (25 percent) and long application forms (12 percent). Almost half of jobseekers (48 percent) would like to see more face-to-face engagement while a further 64 percent felt as though the process didn’t allow them to adequately demonstrate their skills and expertise. Orla Moran, General Manager of IrishJobs.ie said: “Employers and hiring managers should seize the candidate interview process as an opportunity to demonstrate their organisation’s peoplefocused internal culture and employer brand. “Even unsuccessful candidates can become champions of an organisation if they have a positive experience of the interview process, and leave feeling valued and respected.

dictated by these. “However, by avoiding common errors and frustrations, employers can

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Every company will have different recruitment priorities. “Ensuring that the hiring process avoids some of the most common frustrations for jobseekers, will keep candidates engaged throughout the process. “Process length should be a key consideration during the process.” Ms Moran said there is a fine line between taking enough time to identify the best candidates and taking

too much time to make a decision. “We are now in a jobseekers’ market, and as the results suggest, if a process is too long, employers risk losing candidates to their competitors,” she said. “Every company will have different recruitment priorities and their hiring methods will inevitably be


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Dublin and Dun Laoghaire Education and Training Board invites application for the following permanent position. A panel will be formed for any future vacancies that may arise.


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Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council Permission is sought for the construction of new vehicular access route from approved recessed planning application Ref No. D18A/1154 to existing hardscaped area. The retention of existing hardscaping yard and timber store bays. The installation of permeable hardscaping to the additional area of the plot, the installation of temporary enclosures to house gravels, aggregates, barks, wood chipping and the expansion of existing timber bays and associated site works on a site area of 0.23ha, at The Green Barn, Enniskerry Road, Kilternan, Dublin 18 by David Johnson. The planning application may be inspected or purchased at a fee not exceeding the reasonable cost of making a copy at the offices of the Planning Authority, County Hall, Dún Laoghaire, during its public opening hours. A submission/observation may be made on payment of €20 within a period of 5 weeks from the date the application is received by the Planning Authority.

Dublin City Council PROTECTED STRUCTURE We, Marval Ventures Ltd intend to apply for Planning Permission for works to the exterior of 4 Leinster Street South, Dublin 2 which is a Protected Structure. The works will comprise re-painting the existing shop front, pilasters and plinth and installing new fascia shop signage over the existing fascia. The signage will comprise a new powder coated aluminium fascia, with raised individual letters and full width external LED trough light illumination. The planning application may be inspected or purchased at a fee not exceeding the reasonable cost of making a copy, at the offices of the Planning Authority during its public opening hours and a submission or observation in relation to the application may be made to the Authority in writing on the 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 PLANNING DUBLIN Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council We Declan & Frances Carr intend to apply for planning permission at 3 Sandycove Avenue, Sandycove, Co. Dublin. No. 3 Sandycove Avenue East is located within the Sandycove Point Architectural Conservation Area. The development consists of the following works: a) extension and alteration to existing two storey dwelling comprising construction of a two storey rear extension, b) alterations to existing dwelling layout, c) new rear double entrance to rear boundary wall, d)removal of existing front boundary wall and railing to facilitate off street car parking and all site development and facilitating works. The planning application may be inspected, or purchased at a fee not exceeding the reasonable cost of making a copy at the offices of the Planning Authority, Marine Road, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin during its public opening hours of Monday to Friday from 10am - 4pm. 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, within the period of 5 weeks beginning on the date of receipt by the Planning 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.

Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council Further Information Dianne and Alan Moore have applied for permission for development which will consist of modifications to the existing extension to the rear of the property, including works to extension roof and new addition to side of extension, new rear dormer to roof, modifications to internal layout and front elevation, including provision of a self-contained unit, new structure at rear of garden, and works to front garden including new fencing, patio, planting and new bike store location at 49 Ludford Drive, Dundrum, Dublin 16. Planning Reference: D19B/0502 refers. In this regard note that Significant Further Information has been furnished to the Planning Authority and is available for inspection or purchase at the offices of the Planning Authority at a fee not exceeding the reasonable cost of making a copy, during its public opening hours, and that a submission or observation in relation to the Further Information may be made to the Authority in writing and on payment of the prescribed fee (€20.00) within 2 weeks of the date of receipt of the newspaper notice and site notice (within 5 weeks in the case of an application accompanied by an E.I.S) by the Authority and no further fee is required where a valid submission or observation has already been made in respect of this planning application.


SOUTHSIDE PEOPLE 19.02.20 PLANNING DUBLIN Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council Permission is sought for the installation of 10 no. photovoltaic solar panels (circa 17sqm) on south-east facing existing roof at 34 Hillcourt Road, Glenageary, Co. Dublin by Cameron Lee. The planning application may be inspected or purchased at a fee not exceeding the reasonable cost of making a copy at the offices of the Planning Authority, County Hall, Dún Laoghaire during its public opening hours. A submission/observation may be made on payment of €20 within a period of 5 weeks from the date the application is received by the planning authority.

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PLANNING DUBLIN Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council Planning Permission is sought for; Extension of roof ridge to fully built up gable with new gable window, formation of attic room, fit roof windows and solar panels to the front & all associated site works at 7 Gledswood Close, Clonskeagh, Dublin D14 KA62 by Elizabeth Pienaar & Willis Moore. The planning application may be inspected or purchased at a fee not exceeding the reasonable cost of making a copy, at the offices of Dun Laoghaire Rathdown Planning Authority, County Hall, Dún Laoghaire 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.

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PLANNING DUBLIN Dublin City Council We, John & Graziella Schuster intend to apply for Retention Permission & Planning Permission for development at this site: 56 Orwell Park, Rathgar, Dublin 6. The development will consist/consists of : Retention permission to retain the rear, ground floor patio door which has an amended opening size from that previously approved under application 4097/18 and retention of the single storey side extension which has amended window openings to the side and rear elevations, and reduced height from that previously approved under application 4097/18. Planning Permission is also being sought for the construction of a single storey, enclosed plant room and partially covered BBQ area to the side of the existing dwelling, with associated site works. 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, Planning Department, Block 4, Ground Floor, Civic Offices, Wood Quay, Dublin 8 during its public opening hours (9.00a.m.- 4.30p.m.). 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.

Planning permission is sought by Humphrey Cushner and Amanda McLoughlin for development at 8, Grosvenor Park, Rathmines, Dublin 6, D06K7Y5. Development consists of replacement of dormer windows to rear with glazing flush with roof slope, replacement of existing windows, single storey extension to rear and ancillary internal alterations. The planning application may be inspected or purchased at a fee not exceeding the reasonable cost of making a copy, at the offices of the Planning Authority during its public opening hours and a submission or observation in relation to the application may be made to the Authority in writing on the payment of the prescribed fee within the period of five weeks beginning on the date of receipt by the Authority of the application.




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Nature Heroes Drop into the Natural History Museum on Merrion Street Upper, from 10am-4pm on Saturday, February 22 and meet some real nature heroes from organisations such as BirdWatch Ireland, Irish Whale & Dolphin Group, Seal Rescue Ireland, Inland Fisheries Ireland, The Herpetological Society of Ireland and more. Learn about sustainability and how to be more environmentally friendly towards wildlife in Ireland. There are lots of different activities and short talks on the day during this free, fun and educational event. No booking required.

Mamafesta Memorialising is on at Project Arts Centre.


This spring critically acclaimed choreographer Philip Connaughton brings his beautiful, sparkling, laugh-out loud meditation on the fear of forgetting and of being forgotten Project Arts Centre with performances from February 19-22. Mamafesta Memorialising is woven from inspirations including musical theatre, Bruce Forsythe’s Generation Game and most importantly, Philip’s mum Madeleine, who has senile dementia. Tickets cost from €16-18. Booking via www.projectartscentre.ie or call 01-8819613.

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Mother Tongues Festival will take place in Rua Red, the Civic Theatre and Tallaght Library.


The Mother Tongues Festival will take place in Rua Red, the Civic Theatre, and Tallaght Library this weekend on February 22 and 23. The festival celebrates the best in contemporary theatre, poetry, dance, music, literature and visual arts through some of the many languages spoken in Ireland today. Events are held in a mixture of English and the artist's mother tongue, offering an opportunity for you to have an immersive experience. For details see mothertonguesfestival.com

The Casino Model Railway Museum, Malahide, opened again recently following the completion of a €4 million restoration programme on the historic Casino building and conservation of the Fry Model Railway Collection. As well as the Fry Model collection, the museum also accommodates a large modern model railway layout depicting several railway scenescapes in Ireland, interactive displays, soundscapes, an education and exhibition space and historical interpretations and memorabilia from Irish Railways. To book a visit see www. modelrailwaymuseum.ie

The Casino Model Railway Museumnow is now the permanent home of the Fry Model Railway collection.

Crossword Answers February 19 CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS

Across: 1 Life sentence; 7 Minim; 8 Parka; 9 Tax; 10 Theorises; 11 Rumpus; 12 Geisha; 15 Farthings; 17 Dig; 18 Igloo; 19 Let on; 21 Scene stealer. Down: 1 Light traffic; 2 Sin; 3 Number; 4 Exporters; 5 Cares; 6 Manslaughter; 7 Maxim; 10 Touchdown; 13 Sedan; 14 Angles; 16 Relic; 20 Tie.

Scene + Heard, the Festival of New Work is running from February 12-29 at Smock Alley Theatre.

Make brownies & cookies at Airfield Estate, Dundrum.


Bring your young bakers along and together create some delicious Brownies & Cookies in the new Inspiration Kitchen at Airfield Estate, Dundrum. This adult and child baking workshop is perfect if you're looking for a mid-term activity to enjoy with the little ones. It’s happening on Saturday, February 22, from 10.30am to 1pm. For tickets see airfield. ticketsolve.com.


Running until February 29 at Smock Alley Theatre, this festival showcases the best tasters of never before seen theatre, comedy and DEREK JARMAN, PROTEST! music from the north, south, east There’s a final chance to see a and west of Ireland. Organisers major retrospective of the work programme a variety of wild and of acclaimed British artist and filmmaker Derek Jarman (1942-1994), wonderful performances. The public at IMMA, Royal Hospital Kilmainham. can then give their honest feedback in a variety of ways – secret ballot, Marking 25 years since his death, video booth, or tablet tale. You buy a this is the first time that the diverse €10 ticket (if booked in advance) to a strands of his practice have been specific ‘block’ containing two short brought together in over 20 years. The retrospective ends on February shows, performed one after the other, lasting about an hour in total. See 23. Visitors are advised that this exhibition contains adult themes that smockalley.com/sash-2020-whats-on may not be suitable for all audiences. for details. Derek Jarman, PROTEST! ends on February 23.

A Holy Show at Draiocht this Saturday.


It’s 1981. Step on the plane with us and experience the most Irish of hijackings, featuring an ex-Trappist monk with a bottle of water as his weapon, the Pope as his nemesis, and a burning desire to know The Third Secret of Fatima. Featuring actors Roseanna Purcell and Mark Fitzgerald, it’s playing at Draíocht on Saturday, February 22 at 8pm. Tickets cost €18. See www.draiocht.ie.


Across: 1 Photographer; 7 Split; 8 Adieu; 9 Eye; 10 Pointless; 11 Umpire; 12 Mimosa; 15 Suffering; 17 Dot; 18 Twice; 19 Toper; 21 Unreasonable. Down: 1 Prerequisite; 2 Oil; 3 Retain; 4 Plaything; 5 Exile; 6 Substantiate; 7 Steep; 10 Persevere; 13 Order; 14 Hiatus; 16 Feign; 20 Pen.

From the Archives 27


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

An undated old photo of Raheny Village.

Irish Independent, February 15, 1927 Ian Dempsey with Zig and Zag on ‘Dempsey’s Den’, circa 1989.

Freeman’s Journal, February 8, 1817

Irish Independent, February 7, 1936

Freeman’s Journal, February 21, 1862



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Southside People February 19th 2020  

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