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Harbour. “A letter from An Bord Pleanala with the decision to grant permission for the above proposed development is long and not easily captured in a few words or in an image but note...ABP’s own inspector recommended against the development and the board chose to overrule them. There’s a lot to say but we’ll leave it here for now.” Local People Before Profit TD Richard Boyd Barrett said the decision was “incomprehensible”. “Bulloch Harbour is a unique public amenity used by people of all ages. It is an important part of the heritage of south County Dublin, ” he said. Speaking to Southside People last week, Frank Dillon, a member of the BHPA, raised the point that storm damage to the harbour during
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Jean is a Woman’s Way winner A SOUTHSIDE mum of two has won a Woman’s Way & Beko Mum of the Year Award. Jean Barrett (63) from Dublin 4 was crowned Mumpreneur of the Year 2019. Education and development are key to
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Locals tackle a sticky problem THE war on the blight of chewing gum litter continues with a new campaign launched by Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council last week. The cathaoirleach of the council, Cllr Shay Brennan, officially launched the Gum Litter Taskforce’s gum litter education campaign with Shankill Tidy Towns and dlr Litter Wardens. The Gum Litter Taskforce (GLT) has been successful to date
in changing the public’s behaviour by encouraging correct gum disposal through a targeted education and awareness campaign. The 2018 campaign maintained an all-time high of 93 per cent of people stating that they regard chewing gum as litter, up from 74 per cent when the campaign first began in 2007, pointing to the attitudinal impact which the campaign has had to date. Research commissioned
by the Gum Litter Taskforce and conducted by Kantar Millward Brown during the 2018 campaign highlighted the positive effect on people’s behaviour towards gum disposal. The latest results show that 88 per cent of people said that they always dispose of their gum correctly, up from 54 per cent when the campaign first began. Speaking at the launch, cathaoirleach, Cllr Shay Brennan said: “We are committed to continuing
our efforts to eradicate gum from our streets. “The GLT campaign has achieved positive results to date and has made great progress over the years in enacting positive behavioural and attitudinal change amongst the public when it comes to proper gum disposal. “I hope this year’s campaign will continue to build on those results.” Shankill Tidy Towns are a vibrant and active community group that is committed to environmental improvement. They have a well organised anti-litter programme with teams of volunteers who work hard to ensure the area remains litter free. Eoin McBennett, Chairman of Shankill Tidy Towns added: “We are delighted to have the opportunity to collaborate with the Gum
Litter Taskforce (GLT) and dlr to highlight the fight against gum litter.” Paul Kelly, Chairman of the GLT, stated: “Since its inception, the GLT campaign has sought to educate the public on the correct manner in which to dispose of used gum in a bid to tackle improper gum disposal. “The latest research results have shown how this ambition has been made a reality, with 88 per cent of people now saying that they always dispose of their gum correctly. “Going forward, we will look to build on these positive results further still and will continue in our efforts to fully rid our streets of littered gum. “Today’s launch is part of a broader nationwide campaign which includes an advertising campaign and a school’s education programme, ‘Bin It!”. Katherine Hogan,
Corporate Affairs Director, Mars Ireland said they were delighted once again to be part of this positive and vibrant campaign. “Through awareness raising and educational initiatives, the GLT campaign has had demonstrable success to date in changing behaviour and attitudes towards gum litter and encouraging positive gum disposal,” she said. “Although industry funded, the GLT campaign would not have been able to reach the heights which it has to date without the enthusiastic buy in and hard work of local authorities and local communities right around the country in tackling the issue of littered gum head on. “As ever, we look forward to matching this spirit of enthusiasm through our continued
support for this campaign and to playing our part in tackling the issue of gum litter shoulder to shoulder with communities the length and breadth of the country.” The 2019 campaign is the second in a three-year cycle which commenced on foot of a negotiated agreement between the Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment and Food Drink Ireland. ABOVE: Pictured (from left to right) at the launch of the gum litter taskforce gum litter education campaign are Nigel Kenning, Shankill Tidy Towns; Cllr Jim Gildea; Tom Casserly, dlr Litter Warden; Frank Ward, dlr Litter Warden, cathaoirleach, Cllr Shay Brennan; Eoin McBennett, Shankill Tidy Towns; John Kane, Shankill Tidy Towns and Paul Deery, Shankill Tidy Towns.
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by CMRF Crumlin – the principle fundraising body for the children’s hospital, aims to make every one of those sick children smile with small celebrations such as pizza nights, pyjama parties and new toys. These simple moments of joy can help make the day a little happier for the brave children battling illness at the hospital and are all made possible through the Giggle Fund and the donations they receive. During Shop4Crumlin week, One4all will donate 50c to CMRF Crumlin for every transaction made
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St Joseph’s Shankill awards Cherished Memories prizes ST JOSEPH'S in Shankill has celebrated the first ever primary school’s dementia awareness programme at Explorium: The National Sports and Science Centre. The centre hosted the inaugural Cherished Memories Art Competition Prize giving in June. Mark Langtry ‘The Science Guy’ was on hand to present the students with their prizes. Forty local primary schools were invited to enter and over 600 students took part in one of the five categories. The Cherished Memories Art Competition focused on cherished memories, and what memories mean to primary school children. Children took part by drawing on a cherished memory and writing a few words about that memory Teacher Olivia O’Sullivan is pictured with Minister Mary Mitchell O’Connor, Bobby and explaining why it is Berkery, Junior Infants from St Brigid’s Boys School, Foxrock and Mark Langtry aka important to them. ‘The Science Guy’.
Siobhan Grant, fundraising manager at Saint Joseph’s said:“We are so grateful to Lidl Shankill and Explorium: The National Sports and Science Centre for sponsoring this initiative which forms a part of the first ever Primary Schools Dementia Awareness Programme. “It has given us a platform to establish connections with the local schools in our community to begin a conversation about dementia with our young people and how we can all help people enjoy the quality of life they deserve.” A special prize of a day pass for the whole class to Explorium: The National Sports and Science Museum for the Best Class effort was awarded to Ms Fox’s Senior Infants Class at Rathmichael National
School. The winners’ prizes were donated by the new Lidl Shankill, and from Explorium: The National Sports and Science Centre. On St Joseph's Shankill’s website there are some classroom discussion tips for teachers to help their students delve a little deeper into what dementia means and the affects it may have on people and their lives, and ways to help them. St Joseph’s Shankill is the only care home in Ireland solely dedicated to dementia care. Their vision is to lead the way in dementia care in Ireland through innovation, education and community engagement. “We want to ensure families and communities are supported, engaged and empowered to enable people living
with dementia to enjoy the quality of life they deserve,” they say. “St Joseph’s Shankill plan for 2019 is to create greater awareness of the work of Saint Joseph’s, Shankill, to create new programmes and to support the carers and those people living with dementia in our local community. “With 11 people diagnosed with dementia every day in Ireland there is a great need in society for specialised dementia care. “Everyone knows someone living with this devastating illness which is indiscriminate in its onset and the effects on people and their families can often be overwhelming. “We rely on the support of our community, not only through engagement and volunteering but also through donations.”
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BOOK OF THE WEEK
Irish Working Lives About The Author MARIE Louise O’Donnell is an educator, broadcaster, actress, writer and a noted public speaker. Having first lectured in Drama at Carysfort College, she moved to DCU where she worked in the communications department for 25 years. Following training in radio with the BBC, she worked weekly as a colour radio writer and reporter on the national broadcaster’s Today with Pat Kenny and Today with Sean O’Rourke shows. Eric Luke has worked as a staff photographer with various Irish national newspapers for over 45 years. He is a former Irish Times photographer and winner of numerous national awards.
WORK accounts for so much of our waking lives, yet we rarely reflect upon or celebrate the contribution of those whose vocations and careers are the bedrock of a thriving society. As a broadcaster, Marie Louise O’Donnell has had the privilege of spending time with individuals across Ireland, gaining a unique insight into their particular occupation and learning about what inspires or motivates them. Irish Working Lives is the story of the encounters – by turns candid and lyrical – and illuminate the ways in which these individuals perceive their occupation, its demands and the inextricable relationship between work and spiritual life. Whether spending a day on the road with a postman in Co Wicklow or meeting the Galway gardener who has used her own experience of personal tragedy to help others heal, Marie Louise’s assiduity and innate curiosity enlivens each and every encounter. Award-winning photographer Eric Luke’s stunning images explore each contributor’s relationship.
Former RUC officer’s first novel FORMER RUC officer Samuel Thompson has released Nights in Armour, a fictionalised account of the lives of a trio of policemen in the early eighties. The job of a police officer is not an easy one but throw in the IRA, loyalist paramilitaries, the British army and a Republican hunger strike, and it gets a whole lot worse. In Nights in Armour Carson Clarke, Jim Reid and their colleagues in the RUC are charged with policing a provincial town in Derry, arguably the most dangerous environment in the developed world. They’re trained to deal with car accidents and shoplifters, but history and politics just keep getting in the way as a series of shootings and bombings bring Northern Ireland to the brink of civil war. Their job gradually becomes a struggle to survive, and just keeping sane gets difficult as, bit by bit, their world collapses around them. Nights in Armour is written
with the authenticity of someone who served as a police officer in Northern Ireland at the time, and who lived through and experienced similar events. This book was also written very close in time to the historical events and carries the authenticity of the dialogue and thinking employed by the characters. Samuel Thompson was born in Belfast and grew up in the loyalist working-class areas of Shankill and Ballysillan, where he witnessed the start and worst years of the Northern Ireland Troubles. He joined the Royal Ulster Constabulary at the age of 18 in 1979 and served in counties Armagh and Tyrone, West Belfast and Belfast city centre, where he experienced the loss of colleagues and friends and saw numerous killings and bombings at first hand. Samuel retired in 2008 and expanded his love of history through writing a history of the Second World War as well as lecturing on the same subject at various events.
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This week’s Beauty Dial Star Buys By Edel Cox of The Beauty Dial (www.thebeautydial.ie)
Phytokeratine Repairing Thermal Protectant Spray RRP €23 For weak, brittle and damaged hair due to frequent heat styling, the Phytokeratine Repairing Thermal Protectant Spray is a heat-activated thermal protecting spray which works to reconstruct hair's internal structure to prevent damage and safeguard hair from frequent use of hot tools. Infused with botanical keratin, this heat-activated thermal protecting spray instantly prevents breakage and safeguards hair from heat damage. This spray leaves your hair protected, hydrated and silky soft. Available in pharmacies nationwide and at cosmeticsonline.ie Avène Sports Fluid SPF50+ RRP €22 Avène’s Sport Fluid SPF50+ is specifically developed for people who play sports and in particular, those with sensitive skin. The long lasting, highprotection fluid is highly water and sweat-resistant. Enriched with an antioxidant
complex, it protects skin against oxidative stress caused by both sun exposure and by physical exertion. The oil-free light texture of the Sport Fluid SPF50+ is refreshing and breathable with no sticky residue. Avène products are available from pharmacies nationwide. Uriage Silky Body Lotion Lait Veloitte RRP €10 (200ml) / €19.50 (500ml) Uriage Silky Body Lotion is a silky, fluid and smooth lotion that immediately fuses with the skin to intensely moisturise, smooth and provide comfort. It has a light texture that is immediately absorbed, and leaves your skin feeling extremely soft and moisturised. Bathed in Uriage Thermal Water, your skin regains an optimal level of hydration, lasting comfort and its natural glow. Available in pharmacies nationwide and online at www.cosmeticsonline.ie and at http://uriage.ie
Weir & Sons Iconic Dublin jewellers Weir & Sons turns 150 this year. To celebrate, they’ve collaborated with some of jewellery design’s leading lights on exciting commemorative pieces that are destined to be worn now and loved forever. Designers including Chupi, Shaun Leane and Paul Costelloe have created some very special pieces to celebrate the much-loved jeweller’s milestone anniversary. While each designer has created their own unique celebratory piece, all share a common theme - a jewel like emerald green colour. It’s a hue that not only draws on Weir & Sons’ proud Irish heritage, but reaches right back into the archives of the business, whose early packaging came in a vibrant green shade, while an old safe from the 1920s also came in a striking verdant colour. See these covetable and collectible limited edition pieces from Chupi, Shaun Leane and Paul Costelloe, created especially for Weir & Sons’ 150th birthday, now at Weir & Sons Grafton Street, www. weir.ie.
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North and Southside sisters join Debra trek challenge THREE sisters from both sides of the Liffey were among those who took part in the recent Debra Ireland Kerry Challenge to help raise vital funds for butterfly skin charity Debra Ireland. Ann Walsh of Sandyford joined her Northside sister Josephine Miller from Castleknock and
Bernadette Toher from Meath on Debra's inspirational Kerry Challenge. The charity supports people living with EB (epidermolysis bullosa). This rare and incredibly painful genetic skin condition causes the skin layers and internal body linings to blister and wound at the slightest
Dublin’s Lord Mayor, Paul McAuliffe, on his new bike.
On yer bike! DUBLIN’S new Lord Mayor, Paul McAuliffe, is getting his term of office off to a ‘wheely’ great start after being presented with his official bicycle by Dublin Cycling Campaign. This is the second year of what is hoped will become an annual tradition, with the official bicycle having been crowdfunded by Dublin Cycling Campaign supporters last year and supplied by the Dutch Bike Shop in Goatstown. The official bicycle provides the Lord Mayor with an alternative mode of transport that is efficient, healthy and emissions-free. The Lord Mayor got an early opportunity to enjoy his new set of wheels during the Velo-city Bicycle Parade. “I'm delighted to accept this bicycle from the Dublin Cycling Campaign group on behalf of the Mansion House and I look forward to meeting Dubliners across the city as I put it to good use,” the Lord Mayor said.
“It will certainly be handy on my regular trips from the Mansion House to City Hall. I also intend inviting all city councillors to take the Lord Mayor's Bicycle out into their communities for charity events and to promote cycling in the city.” Dr Paul Corcoran, Chairperson of Dublin Cycling Campaign, wished the Lord Mayor the best of luck in his term of office. “We expect that he will be getting plenty of use out of the official bicycle,” he said. Dick Brady, Assistant Chief Executive of Environment & Transportation at Dublin City Council, said: “Dublin City Council are delighted to see the Lord Mayor accept this bicycle.” He added: “The use of this official bicycle by the Lord Mayor reflects the transport priorities of the City Council, which encourage people to switch to sustainable transport modes.”
touch. The three sisters were among over 120 participants from around the country supporting Debra by lacing up their walking boots for the trek. Debra's Kerry Challenge is open to everyone from seasoned runners to first time amblers and involves three days of trekking
through the beautiful Dingle Peninsula. "The Kerry Challenge is a fantastic way to make a real difference in people's lives while meeting new friends and exploring Dingle's great outdoors," said Debra Ireland's Head of Marketing and Fundraising Judith Gilsenan. "Teams and individuals
can walk or run between 10 and 25km a day over two or three days in the beautiful but rugged terrain of the Dingle Peninsula." All profits raised from the event go directly to the charity Debra Ireland which supports the 300 people in Ireland living with EB.
Bernadette, Josephine and Ann Walsh.
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Caravan Palace rolls into town PARISIAN electronic alchemists Caravan Palace have announced a show at Vicar Street on January 21 as part of their 2020 tour. The band have also announced the release of their new sonically explosive album ‘Chronologic’ for August 30. Following on from the huge success of their last studio album, this could have seemed quite the task for the band. That album with its fusion of hedonistic house and old school jazz, has now sold more than 250,000 copies and featured the huge viral hits in ‘Lone Digger’ and ‘Wonderland’. It also afforded the band opportunities to perform on primetime UK TV shows including Later With Jools Holland, The Jonathan Ross Show, Tonight at The London Palladium, and BBC 2’s Hootenanny. The musical virtuosity of the band combined with their panache, flair and
genuine joy in performing live is evident at their awe-inducing sold out headline shows. Recent highlights include Brixton Academy and Somerset House - and main-stage performances at festivals include Glastonbury, Boomtown, Secret Garden Party and Wilderness. Not only are Caravan Palace stunning the live scene, they are one of the most viral acts in the digital world with statistics rising at an extraordinary rate. They have 2.1 million video uploads on TIKTOK (the world’s most downloaded app), 1.5 million monthly listeners on Spotify, 1.1 million YouTube subscribers, and 200 million YouTube plays of the ‘Lone Digger’ official video adding to 479 million total YouTube official channel streams. The instrumentalists and studio wizards have more than risen to the challenge with this new album, once again pushing their idiosyncratic soundscapes
to new heights. And continuing to blur the lines between vintage and modern. Broadening the sonic palette, the early swing, jazz and big band of previous records now share the stage with new influences including rhythm & blues, bossa and soul, amongst others, while the production and performance are firmly rooted in the present. Two years hunkered down in their studio have resulted in a record that is joyous, high-spirited and so distinctly Caravan Palace. For the first time, the band has also invited a selection of superb guest singers to appear in their music, adding to the texture and widening appeal of their sound. Initial singles from ‘Chronologic’ are already experiencing radio support from the likes of BBC Radio 1’s Future Sounds with Annie Mac, and BBC Radio 6 Music, along with airplay worldwide. First single ‘Miracle’
Caravan Palace blur the lines between vintage and modern. had its visual treatment from the same animation studio as the legendary
‘Lone Digger’ video, and has climbed to over 4.3 million YouTube views.
The second single ‘About Charles X, is has notched You’, which is also the first up nearly one million Spotify streams. to feature guest vocalist
Thanks Brother Shayne Ward to play release new tune The Olympia in October GRIT-POP duo Thanks Brother have released their second single of the year ‘F*ck My Life’. The song is a co-written with award-winning songwriter Gavin James and produced by Grammy winner Ruadhri Cushnan. ‘F*ck My Life (FML)’ is an uplifting slice of indiepop with a chant-along chorus juxtaposed against downbeat lyrics. Róisín and John’s vocals duet to create the perfect Summer tune that will stick in your head long after the last listen. Thanks Brother is comprised of Róisín O, who has enjoyed great success as a solo act since her debut album ‘The Secret Life of Blue’, and John Broe, formerly the writer and singer with Irish band Miracle Bell. They began writing songs together in 2014, originally for a Róisín O solo album, however, realising that there was an undeniable creative
Róisín O from Thanks Brother. chemistry, they embarked on the collaborative project Thanks Brother at the beginning of 2018. A second Irish tour
commences in November that includes a Saturday, November 16 date in Whelan’s of Wexford Street.
SINCE winning the UK X Factor in 2005, Shayne Ward has released four albums, played London’s O2 Arena, sold over three million albums, achieved a staggering 14 Platinum discs, had number one albums in nine countries, rocked West End audiences and ice-skated back onto Saturday night TV. Shayne is still, to this date, the most successful solo male X Factor winner. Manchester born and bred, Shayne’s family hails from Ireland, a connection he is fiercely proud of. A perfectionist when it comes to his performing, he is most at home on the stage, where his infectious vocals and incredible presence come alive. For him nothing is better than being in front of a live audience. Shayne released his third album, ‘Obsession’, in November 2010 and followed that up with a
major UK tour. That year he also performed at the Miss World Final in China to an estimated TV audience of over two billion and headlined the Boston Pride Festival in America. In 2011, Shayne branched out into musicals and played the inaugural Stacee Jaxx in the West End hit musical Rock Of Ages opposite Justin Lee Collins. Following that, he swapped leather for lycra, strapping on his skates and taking to the ice to appear on ITVs Dancing On Ice, gaining him a legion of new fans. Shayne is also known for his role as Aidan Connor in Coronation Street from 2015 to 2018. His debut single, ‘That's My Goal’, was released in 2005 and reached number one on the UK Singles Chart and was that year's Christmas number one. It sold 313,000 copies
on its first day of sales, making it the third-fastestselling single of all time in the UK, behind Elton John's ‘Candle in the Wind
1997’ and Will Young's ‘Evergreen’. You can catch Shanye in the Olympia Theatre on October 10.
Manchester born and bred, Shayne’s family hails from Ireland.
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Best of the Canary Islands
HE Canary Islands are a favourite holiday hotspot and with some of Europe’s best beaches, superb year-round weather conditions and otherworldly landscapes it’s easy to see why. Here are just some of the things you should check out during your next visit.
GET TO THE TOP OF THE TEIDE VOLCANO
Just after Mauna Loa and Mauna Kea in Hawaii, Mount Teide is the third highest volcano in the world. Located on Gran Canaria, it’s one of the most visited natural parks in Europe and the eighth most visited in the world. If you opt to take the cable car, which travels within 500 meters of the summit - prepare yourself for some simply breathtaking views. Climbing Mount Teide is also an option as well as a dream for many. Ascending the crater and smelling the sulphur emitted from volcanic fumaroles is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. There’s a bar and restaurant area, and even a hotel and a refuge at 3.270 meters. As the highest peak in Spain, it has been a World Heritage Site since 2007, and the park encourages visitors not to stray from the marked paths, enjoy the native flora and fauna of this geological treasure, and not to take stones as a souvenir.
SUNBATHE AT MASPALOMAS BEACH
With wind-sculpted golden sand dunes and clear, crisp ocean Maspalomas truly is one of the most beautiful beaches on the Canary Islands. Stretching just over 3km, the beach makes for the perfect place to sunbathe, to take a relaxing stroll or to simply soak up the sunset in the evenings. One of the best spots to see the sunset is the first set of dunes by the Charco de Maspalomas lagoon. The beach stretches from the beautiful lighthouse to La Punta, the most southern point of the Island. But, it doesn’t end there! It then transforms into the Playa del Inglés, another four kilometres of the finest sand in the east.
César Manrique was an artist, architect and environmental activist who left his mark on Lanzarote.
VISIT THE FASCINATING ARCHITECTURAL LEGACY OF CÉSAR MANRIQUE
César Manrique was an artist, architect and environmental activist from Lanzarote. He did not create in nature but rather with it, and his relationship with the landscape was not simply aesthetic but also a commitment to defending the environment. Jameos del Agua is a volcanic tube opened on the surface where you can admire a natural lagoon of transparent emerald waters which is home to a native species of the island - a minuscule, albino, blind and gleaming little crab of unknown origin. Mirador del Rio is a building located at 500 meters in altitude at the top
The Teide Volcano on Gran Canaria. of the Risco cliff, hidden beneath the rock and barely visible from the outside, with large windows and exterior balconies that provide a stunning view of Lanzarote. Visitors can see traditional ceramics and a range of sculptures. The domed main room and cupolas are not to be missed.
TASTE VOLCANIC WINE IN LANZAROTE
The Canary Islands have become an exceptional wine-producing region
The amazing dunes at Maspalomas Beach. due to the volcanic nature of their soils and almost desert-like climate. The ash coating retains moisture, protects buried soils from erosion, inhibits evaporation, and traps solar input. Partially ringed by almond shaped stone walls on tar dark soils, the vine arrays appear hauntingly gorgeous, and many of them are included within Timanfaya National Park in the southwest. White wines are predominant in the Canaries and are often opulent
and full, sometimes with a citric precision. Whereas red wines often have a Burgundian heft of pepper and complex darkness-leather, mocha, black fruit, caramel and even diesel. Several wineries across Lanzarote offer wine tastings and visits.
TRY AN ALOE VERA WELLNESS TREATMENT IN A CANARIAN SPA
The spa centres in the Canary Islands are well-known and make
full use of all the natural resources provided by the Canary environment. Plenty of unique treatments are offered such as thalassotherapy, geotherapy, wine therapy or aloe therapy. The spa of the Iberostar Grand Mencey in Santa Cruz de Tenerife is set over 4,500 sq mts and facilities include everything from a dynamic heated pool with bubble beds, whirlpool sections, and aqua-massage swan necks, to saunas, a foot spa, and a steam room.
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Volkswagen aims to build 22 million electric cars in 10 years THE Volkswagen Group is forging ahead with a fundamental change of system in individual mobility and systematically aligning with electric drives. The group is planning to launch almost 70 new electric models in the next 10 years – instead of the 50 previously planned. As a result, the projected number of vehicles to be built on the group’s electric platforms in the next decade will increase from 15 million to 22 million. Expanding emobility is an important building block on the road to a CO2-neutral balance. Volkswagen has signed off a comprehensive decarbonisation program aimed at achieving a fully CO2-neutral balance in all areas from fleet to production to administration by 2050. Volkswagen is thus fully committed to the Paris
climate targets. The 2025 target is to reduce the CO2 footprint of the vehicle fleet by 30 per cent across the lifecycle compared to 2015. Volkswagen is therefore electrifying the vehicle portfolio, with investment in this area alone amounting to more than 30 billion euros by 2023. The share of electric vehicles in the Group fleet is to rise to at least 40 percent by 2030. Dr Herbert Diess, CEO of Volkswagen AG, said: “Volkswagen is taking on responsibility with regard to the key trends of the future. “The targets of the Paris Agreement are our yardstick. We will be systematically aligning production and other stages in the value chain to CO2 neutrality in the coming years. “That is how we will be making our contribution.” VW is planning to launch almost 70 new electric models in the next 10 years – instead of the 50 previously planned.
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SOME 350,000 Irish cars are estimated to have illegally low tread depth, but only 450 drivers have been penalised in three years, it has been revealed. A new penalty point regime for tyre safety came into force in May 2016 – and research examined by Continental Tyres since then shows only 3,260 tyre penalty notices have been issued, an average of just 90 per month. Compare this with nearly 5,000 notices for mobile phone use in just the first two months of 2019 and the safety implications for road users are concerning. Commenting on the figures, Tom Dennigan of Continental Tyres Ireland, said: “Given the crucial impact on safety that tyre condition can have, it is very concerning to see the low level of enforcement of tyrerelated penalty points across the country.
“Particularly worrying are the statistics for the number of drivers penalised for having tyres with less than the legal limit of 1.6mm tread depth. “Over the three years, a total of 450 drivers have received penalty points for driving on tyres that have less than 1.6mm of tread depth, that is an average of 13 cars per month.” Mr Dennigan added: “Continental Tyres own studies of tread depth levels consistently show that on average one in six cars on Irish roads are driving on at least one tyre with a tread depth below the minimum legal level of 1.6mm. “That would equate to approximately 350,000 cars that are illegally driving on dangerously worn tyres. This is backed up by what we are hearing from our tyre dealer customers around the country.” John Whelan, who
runs JW Tyres in Carlow town, said: “Day in, day out, we are seeing cars at our depot on seriously damaged or worn tyres below the legal 1.6mm of tread depth. “We do our best to explain to the driver how unsafe bald or damaged tyres can be – you don’t know when one will cause a blowout. But sometimes the driver is adamant that they do not want to or can’t afford to replace the tyre. Bottom line is that there are many, many more cars out there on illegal tyres than reflected in the penalty point statistics.” At the other end of the country, Barry Monaghan of Donegal Tyres in Donegal town also commented on the number of dangerous tyres that he sees on cars coming into his depot. “We are also seeing a high number of cars that would fall foul of the tyrerelated penalty points if a Garda checked them.” A new penalty point regime came into force in 2016.
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Subaru’s Crossover and Forester to feature new e-BOXER system SUBARU Ireland have released details of their new e-BOXER hybrid models which are set to arrive in Ireland this November. This e-BOXER hybrid technology marks the first stage of the Subaru electrification strategy. The Subaru XV Crossover and the all-new Forester are the first two models to feature the e-BOXER. Subaru's new-generation power unit system combines electric motor assist with two of Subaru's core technologies: BOXER engine and symmetrical all-wheel drive. The Subaru e-BOXER features a customised lineartronic transmission that integrates an electric motor, powered by a high performance Lithiumion battery, DC/DC Converter and Electric Motor Inverter. The XV Crossover is set
to be priced from €38,945 whilst the Forester will start from €44,495 for SE models (inclusive of grants). Order books are now open for both models with first vehicles set to arrive on Irish shores this November. This e-BOXER announcement follows news that Toyota and Subaru will jointly develop a BEV-dedicated platform as early as next year, marking the next stage of the Subaru electrification strategy. The two companies will apply Subaru’s allwheel drive and Toyota’s vehicle electrification technologies to jointly develop a C-segment SUV. Subaru’s all-new XV is a compact, all-wheel drive SUV that’s as sure-footed and reliable around town as it is in the countryside. A horizontally-opposed Subaru Boxer engine, Lineartronic transmission
and Symmetrical AllWheel Drive provide superior road-holding, handling and grip – qualities that make every Subaru so controlled and reassuringly safe to drive. Two Boxer petrol engines are available, plus SE and SE Premium trim levels. The XV features Subaru’s latest equipment as standard. EyeSight driver assist technology provides warnings and collision avoidance assistance, whilst X-MODE with Hill Descent Control confidently manages braking and power on steep inclines and descents whilst you steer. The XV’s keyless entry with push button start system makes short work of setting off. XV also benefits from next-generation design and manufacturing enhancements. Subaru’s Global Platform
(SGP) creates a chassis that offers higher rigidity, increased strength, lighter weight, better rolling resistance and responsive steering – further increasing all-round safety. The Subaru XV’s exterior fuses athletic lines with rugged, capable styling. Angular wheel arch extensions coupled with two eye-catching wheel designs hint at XV’s all-wheel drive prowess and impressive 220mm ground clearance. From a distinctive hexagonal front grille, the design flows through to the sporty LED Steering Responsive Headlights – which, when traffic is detected, can automatically switch from high to low beam headlights. The Suburu XV is engineered to give you confidence at the wheel Subaru has released details of their new e-BOXER hybrid models which are set to under all conditions. arrive in Ireland this November.
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There’s more to the garden than SUMMER entertaining in your garden doesn’t have to be all about sunshine and barbecues. Big believers in making gardens work as part of your home, leading interior design house Neptune has ideas on how you can enjoy entertaining outdoors, even when the sun has set. For those fortunate enough to have them, garden rooms, conservatories and even greenhouses can be transformed into an outdoor room. It is about being connected to your garden and finding ways to help it act the part of a bona fide room in your home, even as the sun goes down. We are becoming used to garden furniture, sofas, armchairs, coffee tables and even rugs in our outdoor spaces. However, come evening, it is lighting that will really make you sit
up and take notice of this space. Lamp light is one of the most interesting ways that you can bring the sitting room atmosphere outdoors, because it really isn’t done so often. Fortunately, Neptune’s new battery-operated Hanover cordless lamp makes bringing lamp light to the garden so much more doable. And when it comes to lighting outdoors, candles are still one of the easiest tricks in the book to pull off. Neptune’s Kate hanging tealight-holders, when suspended from nearby greenery, are just perfect for creating atmosphere in a very simple, budget friendly way. Day or night, bringing mirrors into the great outdoors is another good way of dressing and styling your garden, and not just for a special occasion, but for you to enjoy every day of the week. They are not just
Neptune’s blue granite Stanway eight-seater table (€3,073) and Harrington carver chairs (€395) with Sefton throw and Grace scatter cushions in Harry Flax Blue. there to look lovely. In the evening, mirrors throw the light around, reflecting your garden greenery and candlelight so you get to enjoy
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cushions close to hand. Some snuggly wraps and blankets draped over the backs of a garden sofa or chairs will no doubt be appreciated
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Unemployment rate continues to fall THE amount of people on the Live Register continues to fall rapidly, according to the lastest statistics published by the Central Statistics Office (CSO). The figures show that the seasonally adjusted unemployment rate for June 2019 was 4.5 percent, down from 5.9 percent 12 months previously in June 2018. The seasonally adjusted number of people unemployed was 109,700 in June 2019 compared to 140,200 in June 2018 which is a year-on-year drop of 30,500.
Minister for Employment Affairs and Social Protection Regina Doherty has welcomed the latest statistics. She said the drop is significant and, especially so when compared with February 2012, when it peaked at 16 percent. â€œWe have continued to make huge inroads into tackling unemployment in every region and, as a result, the country is now benefiting from a strong workforce and thriving economy,â€? said Minister Doherty. â€œIn the area of youth
unemployment, the seasonally adjusted unemployment rate was 10.1 percent in June 2019 compared to 14.3 percent in June 2018. â€œThis is an improvement but I and my Government colleagues will continue to concentrate our efforts in providing the supports needed by our young people with apprenticeships and training.â€? Examples of support provided by the Department to jobseekers and employers include:
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Enterprise event launched AROUND 300 businesswomen are expected to convene for a major business event in Dublin this October. National Womenâ€™s Enterprise Day (NWED) will take place on October 17 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Blanchardstown. An annual initiative of the Local Enterprise Offices (LEOs), NWED is supported by Enterprise Ireland and the local authorities. It aims to inspire, encourage and assist women across Ireland in setting up and running their own business. This year Fingal LEO will organise the biggest
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Dublin City Council Permission is sought by Joan Kelly and Michael Kelly for development at 49 Fortesque Lane, Rathmines, Dublin 6, i.e. at the rear of 49 Lower Mountpleasant Avenue, Rathmines, Dublin 6. The development, within the curtilage of a property listed in the Record of Protected Structures, will consist of the removal of the garden shed, the rear gate/timber fence and part of the masonry wall, the creation of a covered set back entrance onto Fortesque Lane complete with roller shutter and garden gate, the construction of a two storey building comprising a car port, a garden room and an entrance lobby at ground floor level and a home office at first floor level. The existing boundary wall between Nos. 48 & 49 Fortesque Lane will be removed within the foot print of the proposed development and will be replaced by a new boundary wall. The roof will comprise a selected metal clad curved section and a flat section. The external walls will comprise selected brickwork and cladding. 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 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 Permission is sought for development of the site at No. 43, Avenue Road (rear of No. 43, Bloomfield Avenue), South Circular Road, Dublin 8, by Mary F. Murphy. The development will consist of (a) the removal of the boundary wall along Avenue Road, and (b) the construction of a 3 storey terrace, comprising 3 no. mews, fronting onto Avenue Road. 2 no. mews to comprise kitchen/dining/living area, toilet, bin and bicycle storage, and rear courtyard at ground floor level; 1 no. bedroom, bathroom, study, storage, utility room, open balcony at first floor level; 1 no. ensuite bedroom, with open balcony and terrace at second floor level. 1 no. mews to comprise 1 no. bedroom, study, storage, utility, bathroom, toilet, bin/bike storage, new boundary garden wall at ground floor level; kitchen/dining/living room, external deck and terrace at first floor level; 1 no. ensuite bedroom with open terrace at second floor level. 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.
BULLOCK AND SANDYCOVE HARBOURS DRAFT MASTERPLAN 2019 Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council has prepared a Draft Masterplan for Bullock and Sandycove Harbours. The Masterplan is intended as a non-statutory guide to the potential future use and enhancement of these Harbours, as well as providing context and guidance to influence the future function and operation of both places. A copy of the Draft Masterplan will be available for inspection from Monday to Friday (excluding Bank Holidays) from Tuesday, 9th July 2019 to Monday, 19th August 2019 inclusive, at the following locations: • County Hall, Dún Laoghaire (9.00am – 5:00pm) • Council Offices, Dundrum Office Park, Dundrum (9.30am – 12.30pm & 1.30pm – 4.30pm) • All branches of Dún Laoghaire–Rathdown Libraries during Library opening hours. The Draft Masterplan may also be viewed on, or downloaded from, the Council’s website at www.dlrcoco.ie Submissions and observations on the Draft Masterplan may be made in one of the following ways: 1. Write to: Senior Executive Officer, Planning and H.R. Department, Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council, County Hall, Marine Road, Dún Laoghaire, Co. Dublin. 2. Online: On the Council’s website homepage under dlr consultations. All submissions and observations in respect of the Draft Bullock and Sandycove Harbours Masterplan 2019 made to Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council within the above time period will be taken into consideration by the Council. Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council, County Hall, Dún Laoghaire, Co. Dublin, Ireland Comhairle Contae Dhún Laoghaire-Ráth an Dúin, Halla an Chontae, Dún Laoghaire, Co. Átha Cliath, Éire Tel: 01 205 4700 Fax: 01 230 0299 Web: www.dlrcoco.ie
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DublinTown’s Summer in Dublin campaign will see Henry Street and the newly pedestrianized Suffolk Street animated with a range of superhero-themed, free, family entertainment between 1pm and 5pm each Saturday over eight consecutive weeks starting on July 13 on Henry Street. Families can enjoy activities such as face painting, music, superhero characters, balloons, giant games and a novelty photobooth – all for free.
‘Travesty’, a debut play by Liam Williams, runs at The New Theatre (43 Essex Street East, Temple Bar) from July 9-20 at 7.30pm (+ Matinee on Saturday, July 13 and Saturday, July 20). Preview on July 9 and opens on July 10. Tickets: €17 (€14 conc.) ‘Travesty’ is presented by The Corps Ensemble in association with The New Theatre. Ben doesn’t even like Anna that much. She doesn’t take life seriously enough. And then a couple of years go by and he’s in absolute floods and she just wishes things could be different. This is a play about gender, the ethical dimensions of modern love, and lemon tarts. For more information visit www. thenewtheatre.com
Over 200,000 festivalgoers are expected at Laya Healthcare's City Spectacular in Dublin's Merrion Square on July 12-14. Expect three days of over 100 street performances from jaw-dropping international talent, feel good family health and wellness area with Laya Healthcare, a live music stage with bop-worthy bands, an even bigger Just Eat Street food market with delicious global cuisines from barbecue to bratwurst to burritos, football skills arena and football freestylers, an imaginative play universe for kids and hands-on lego model building, children's storytelling and creative writing, vintage funfair rides and a plethora of free spectacular programming for all ages.Entry is free and no tickets are required. See www.cityspectacular.com.
Ireland's premier show for Irish LEGO fans, organised by brick.ie, the creative team behind Ireland's most spectacular LEGO models, is taking place at City North Hotel & Conference Centre, Gormanston, this weekend on Saturday and Sunday, July 13/14. Brick Féile will have Ireland's largest brick pits where the little ones (and maybe the bigger children) can get stuck into play areas to show off their building skills and there’ll be a world record breaking mosaic team from Fairy Bricks on hand to help you build your part of Ireland's largest ever mosaic. For ticket info see www. brickfeile.ie.
INTERNATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION
The Municipal Gallery in dlr LexIcon, Dún Laoghaire, is now hosting the 161st Royal Photographic Society International Photography Exhibition. Held every year since 1854, this is the longest standing exhibition of its kind in the world and is a celebration of photography today, showcasing the best of contemporary photography from established and emerging photographers. It offers an insight into current trends and subjects at a time when photography and the moving image have never QUIZ NIGHT been more relevant to the human IN SWORDS experience; and also provides a A fun table platform for new generations of quiz in aid of St photographers. Francis Hospice The exhibition features 100 takes place every images by 54 international Monday in the photographers selected from an Estuary Pub, open-call which attracted over North Street, Swords, starting at 10pm. Why not go along and test your 7,000 entries from professional knowledge? It’s for a very good cause! and amateur photographers from
over 60 countries including UK, USA, Australia, Brazil, Russia and Indonesia. This inspiring exhibition comprises a wide range of photographic genres from portraiture and landscape to documentary photography addressing contemporary issues as well as personal stories.
refreshments and cakes will be served. If you would like more information on this popular annual event, phone 087-2423020.
THE WEAVING PAINTINGS
FLOWER SHOW IN COOLOCK
The ‘Heaven Scent’ Rose and Sweet Pea Show, hosted by Dublin Five Horticultural Society, will take place on Sunday, July 14 at 2pm in Chanel College, Coolock. Admission is €2, and light
The Farmleigh Gallery in Farmleigh Estate, is hosting an exhibition of works by Gareth Jenkins, Kohei Nakata and Masashi Suzuki. The Weaving Paintings by Kohei Nakata physically describe the action of painting lines in pearl acrylic that appear to weave between each other. His Layered and Line Paintings suggest a ritualistic repetitive process Opening hours are from Tuesday to Sunday, 10am to 5pm.
Crossword Answers July 10th CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS Across: 1 Surrendering; 7 Regan; 8 Froze; 9 Moo; 10 Mandarins; 11 Lustre; 12 Starve; 15 Grenadier; 17 Cos; 18 Slugs; 19 Enter; 21 Heir apparent. Down: 1 Seismologist; 2 Egg; 3 Dining; 4 Refractor; 5 Naomi; 6 Reassessment; 7 Rooms; 10 Merganser; 13 Racer; 14 Line up; 16 Etude; 20 Tea. QUICK SOLUTIONS Across: 1 Intermediary ; 7 Creep; 8 Plumb; 9 Mar; 10 Corpulent; 11 Asylum; 12 Mettle; 15 Apartment; 17 Axe; 18 Latch; 19 Rough; 21 Preposterous. Down: 1 Incomparable; 2 Rue; 3 Expiry; 4 Imprudent; 5 Rouse; 6 Obstreperous; 7 Curly; 10
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We take a look back at extracts from old newspapers to see what was in the news this month from years gone by
Pupils from Our Lady of Victory School in Ballymun look after Glen Hansardâ€™s Oscar while he performs during a visit to the school, April 2008. PHOTO BY DARREN KINSELLA
Irish Press, July 26, 1962
Irish Independent, July 7, 1949
Irish Press, July 17, 1934
Rosanna Davison is crowned Miss Ireland at Citywest Hotel, August 2003. She later went on to win Miss World.
Irish Press, July 30, 1932
Irish Examiner, July 26. 1843
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