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The Liberties Boy is laid to rest BRENDAN Grace... ‘Ireland’s beloved Entertainer, Liberty Boy and Grandmaster of Comedy’ was laid to rest on Monday after Funeral Mass in The Church of St Nicholas of Myra on Francis Street. The Liberties legend, who died aged 68 last week, passed away peacefully at The Galway Clinic, surrounded by his heartbroken loving family, his death notice reads. The notice on RIP.ie adds: “Cherished husband of Eileen, beloved father of Amanda, Melanie, Bradley and Brendan Patrick. Deeply and sadly missed by his loving wife, daughters, sons, grandchildren James, Patrick, and Aiden, sonsin-law Frank and Terry, daughter-in-law Christina, sister Marie, nephew Philippe and his beloved Aunt Wyn, relatives and friends.” The comedian, entertainer and musician was a native of Dublin’s Liberties, an area he was proud to call home.
President Michael D Higgins was among those paying tribute, saying: “Brendan’s spontaneous wit and his sense of timing, his obvious delight in interaction with his audiences, meant that Brendan’s sense of humour was drawing from, and itself a profound contribution to, the deep wellspring of Irish wit.” Brendan Grace: R.I.P The President extended his “An RTÉ documentary in person and I loved that we condolences to Grace’s wife, 1976 focused on Brendan got that person. Everyone Eileen, his four children and Grace’s roots in the else got the entertainer, his wider family and friends. Dublin Liberties and his we got a more vulnerable Taoiseach Leo Varadkar ‘reminiscences’. He was version of that,” she said. paid tribute on Twitter, just 25 years of age - and “It was the comfort my writing: “RIP Brendan Grace, already a national legend,” mam gave him that made his an Irish comedy legend. Independent.ie reported. passing so gentle. “You made us laugh so Grace’s daughter Melanie “He promised that he many times, from Bottler Gillespie said her father had would never leave us and we to Father Ted and so many “the kindest, kindest heart”. believe that to be true.” others... “He had heart enough both He is survived by his wife “One of the greats. Our for his family and a nation of 46 years, Eileen, and three thoughts are with Brendan’s and we’re just so proud other children Amanda, friends and family.” of that. We were happy to Bradley and Brendan Comedian and actress June share him,” she told RTÉ’s Patrick. Rodgers said Grace was “a Liveline. A book of condolences wonderful family man” and “Offstage, although he was opened on Thursday a talented performer whose absolutely made us laugh afternoon at the Mansion singing and comedic gifts often, he was a different House, Dublin. made him “an all rounder”.
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Council unveils ambitious €1bn housing plan continued from page 1 provision of three primary and three post-primary schools. Approximately The schemes will 72 per cent of the housing be delivered in the will be located within 500 coming years through a combination of traditional metres of schools. It is estimated that design and build and joint approximately 98 per cent venture solutions. of residents will be able to The majority of the access a bus stop within new homes, the 2,600 400 metres or train station in Clonburris, are part of within 800 metres, thereby the Clonburris Strategic significantly reducing Development Zone that dependence on private car. was approved by An Bord The lands will be Pleanála in May. serviced by two train The lands that have stations at Kishoge and been designated by Clondalkin/Fonthill, the Government as a approximately a 15-minute Major Urban Housing train journey from Dublin Development Site City Centre. Three regional comprise approximately roads, including the Outer 280 hectares. Located Ring Road, connect the between the established lands to the N4 and N7 communities of National Routes. Lucan, Clondalkin and The council also Liffey Valley the new approved the construction development could of 41 new social homes at St provide homes for a population of over 21,000. Mark’s Avenue, Clondalkin at the meeting. The approved Planning The development will Scheme will include the
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Alone acquires dozens of housing units in Inchicore ALONE, the organisation which supports older people, has acquired Jamestown Court in Inchicore from Dublin City Council. The charity will provide homes for older people and undertake a phased redevelopment of the site. Alone will also lead a redevelopment and refurbishment project of the current site, parts of which are currently steeled up, to create agefriendly one-bedroom homes for older people on the housing waiting list. It is envisaged that the project will encompass refurbishment of the existing three blocks and the building of a fourth block. Construction work on Block A began in June and is estimated to take 12 months to complete. The full redevelopment
project will be completed by 2022. The acquirement of Jamestown Court was made possible with funding from the Department of Housing, Planning and Local Government through Dublin City Council (DCC), combined with loan finance advanced by the Housing Finance Agency (HFA). The Lord Mayor of Dublin, Paul McAuliffe, said: “Today highlights the important partnership of Dublin City Council, the Department of Housing and approved housing organisations, such as Alone, which come together to provide needed accommodation with specific supports required by our older population.” Seán Moynihan, CEO of Alone added:
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people’s housing.” Tenants will be provided with support from Alone’s housing officers and support workers and will also be offered the organisation’s pioneering BConnect assistive technology to support
The Lord Mayor of Dublin Paul McAuliffe and Seán Moynihan of Alone are pictured with Noel McDonald, Jamestown Court tenant at the launch of the new housing units in Inchicore.
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Husband & Wife win competition NEWLANDS Golf Club in Clondalkin staged the 50th annual running of the open Husband & Wife Competition recently. Now the longest running husband and wife
competition in Ireland, the tournament was won by a delighted Aislinn and John Anthony Nolan from Terenure. The event was a shotgun start with morning and
evening sessions on the mature parkland course in Clondalkin. The afternoon starters seemed to get the best of the beautiful conditions. On one of the hottest
days the old course has seen this year, the Templeogue couple, playing off 36 & 11 respectively, combined for a total of 45 points in the fourball format, enough to take the victory by a single point. Played for the first time in 1969, the Newlands Husband & Wife competition became one of the most popular events in the ‘open’ calendar, drawing competitors from the greater Dublin area and much further afield. It is now the longest running husband and wife
competition in Ireland. “It is a wonderful day out and it is one of those lovely traditions in Leinster golf,” this year’s club captain Lex Flavin explained. “This has a great history. It is fiercely competitive as all the best tournaments are but it is also played in a spirit of fun and friendship. We see old friends and new faces every year.” Lex added: “For people getting into golf it is one of those rare sports that a couple can play together. That’s important for a lot of new members coming
in to Newlands. “We had couples here today from as far away as England. We had couples who been together longer than the competition’s 50 years, and we had a couple who got married three weeks ago. “It is a great fun day and while golfers are competitive types by nature as far as we know all the marriages have survived for now,” Lex joked. Captain Flavin also thanked all members taking part in his Captain’s Prize qualifying competition last weekend.
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Former butcher pleads guilty to handling stolen property Declan Brennan
He went to an address in Tymonville Lawn where Mahony's former partner AN out of work butcher has admitted he handled was living. Mahony was there at the a slice of the stolen profits from his former boss, the time visiting their children at the house in Tymonville Dublin Circuit Criminal Lawn when Detective Court court has heard. Jason Mahony (35), with Garda Coffey noticed a rental car parked outside. an address at Avonbeg, He later found a key for Tallaght, pleaded guilty to this vehicle on Mahony handling stolen property and, during a search of the at Tymonville Lawn, same car, found a totla of Tallaght on May 16, 2016. €9,705 in cash contained He also pleaded guilty in envelopes that had to a charge of money the names of the various laundering on dates in butchers' employees on May 2016. them. Detective Garda Ronan Further investigations Coffey gave evidence at later revealed that Dublin Circuit Criminal between May 13 and May Court that in May 2016 he began an investigation 16 of that year, three large cash lodgements were into a break in at McLoughlin's butchers in made into Mr Mahoney’s bank account. Ballyfermot, Dublin on One lodgement was in May 13. the form of a large amount A total of €15,861 had been stolen and a former of one and two euro coins. A total of €3,460 in cash employee was suspected was lodged. to be involved, he said.
Gardai later applied to have this bank account frozen. Detective Garda Coffey said that at the time €2,566 was left in the account, leaving a total amount of some €904 still unaccounted for. Mahony has previous convictions for theft, it was revealed. George Burns BL, defending, told the court that his client was homeless at the time. He said that since this offending Mahony has begun working in another butchers. He handed in €500 to the court and said Mahony, a father of four, intends to pay the remaining €404 over by September. Judge Patricia Ryan adjourned sentencing to October 25 and ordered a Probation Services assessment to be carried out.
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FG councillor John Bailey is laid to rest THE funeral of John Bailey, one of the longest serving councillors on Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council, took place last week. Cllr Bailey passed away on July 9, at home with his family by his side. He was the “beloved husband of Angela, loving father of Suzanne, Elaine, Maria, Joanna and Allison,” a notice on RIP. ie reads. “Sadly missed by his wife, daughters, sons-inlaw Vincent, Ronan, Jim, Hugh and Bryan, his much adored 13 grandchildren, extended family especially Marie, Annie and Susie, his colleagues and a wide circle of friends.” Cllr Bailey’s funeral took place on Saturday after requiem Mass followed by burial in DeansGrange Cemetery. In a statement last week Dun Laoghaire Rathdown
County Council led the tributes to the longstanding councillor. “Councillor Bailey was one of the council’s longest serving elected members, having been elected to serve originally 15 years ago, topping the poll in Dún Laoghaire in 2004,” the council stated. “He served on three councils following his reelection in the May Local Elections this year. “Councillor Bailey also served with distinction as Cathaoirleach of the council from 2011 - 2012. “Councillor Bailey was born and reared in Dalkey and was deeply connected with the people of the area, with family links going back generations. “He played an active role in business and commerce in the local area for many years as an owner of a number of business interests.” The council added
that a longtime member of the Cuala GAA Club, Cllr Bailey was deeply involved in Dublin GAA, serving 10 years as Chairman of the Dublin GAA County Board. “During his tenure he promoted significant investment in promoting juvenile participation in sport,” the council added. Cathaoirleach, Cllr Shay Brennan, said: “It was with sadness that I heard the news of John’s passing. “He was one of the most committed and hard working people to represent the citizens of Dún Laoghaire and he did so with great distinction. “He had vast experience which shone through in the Council Chamber. “One of his many interests was in Gaelic games where he was integrally involved in Dublin GAA and he supported it with great passion and enthusiasm.” Cllr John Bailey: R.I.P.
Funding boost for childcare providers FRESH funding of €71,360 will lead to the creation of additional childcare places in Dun Laoghaire Rathdown, Fine Gael Senator Neale Richmond has said. Children’s Minister Katherine Zappone has announced a total of €6.25m in capital funding to providers of Early Learning and Care and School Age Childcare this summer. Nationally this will lead to an increase of more than 3,600 childcare places for children up to age 15. “As a new parent I am keenly aware of the importance of high quality, affordable childcare,” Senator Richmond said. “Such services allow families to choose the type of work and homelife that best suits their needs. “This investment is a welcome boost for
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New charity partnership is launched ONE of Ireland’s largest providers of communitybased services for individuals with intellectual disabilities, St Michael’s House, has announced a new charity partnership with Dundrum Town Centre. The partnership will directly benefit the St Michael’s House unit in Goatstown. The partnership highlights Dundrum Town Centre’s long standing tradition of charitable support and their commitment to supporting individuals with complex needs. To increase the accessibility of the centre and as part of their Autism Friendly Initiative, Dundrum Town Centre have introduced a Quiet Room, which is situated on Level 2M. The room is equipped with calm lighting, cushions, blankets, toys and bean bags and offers people a place to go during their visit if they find the main mall overwhelming or if they
need to take some time to relax. Commenting on the announcement, Debra Smith, Environment & Community Coordinator of Dundrum Town Centre said: “At Dundrum Town Centre, we feel it is extremely important to support our local communities and charities. This is why we have chosen St Michael’s House Goatstown as our charity partner for 2019. We admire the work that they do and are glad that we can support this amazing organisation. “We are delighted that so many of their service users visit Dundrum Town Centre which is testament to the accessibility of the centre. “We are looking for-ward to this partnership and hope that we can make a really positive impact on the services that St Michael’s House provide.” To mark the launch of the partnership, local unit linked carers were treated to a ‘Tea Party Surprise’
by Dundrum Town Centre to celebrate National Carer’s Week 2019. The coffee morning took place in House of Fraser Café Zest, to honour the carers and reward them for the hard work that they do to enrich the lives of others. Complementary massages were generously provided to all carers from the expert staff at Boots Pharmacy. Barbara Wiseman, Head of Communications and Fundraising for St Michael's House said: “We are extremely grateful to Dundrum Town Centre who have been kind enough to show their support for the vital role our services play in the community. “The first event celebrating carer’s week was a big success and we want to extend our gratitude to Dundrum Town Centre and the staff of Boots Pharmacy who got involved and pampered the well deserving carers on the day.”
No need to wait for hospital treatment PEOPLE who need hospital treatment or surgery do not need to wait. You could receive treatment in Belfast at Kingsbridge Private Hospital under the EU Cross Border Directive. The HSE operates a Cross Border Healthcare Directive entitling patients requiring surgery or treatment in the Republic of Ireland to avail of faster treatment across the border in Northern Ireland or any other EU state. Brexit will not affect this Directive. Examples of healthcare that is available under the scheme include Cataract surgery and Orthopaedic
services including surgery for hip, back and knee conditions. With hospitals in both Sligo and Belfast, Kingsbridge is one of Ireland’s largest private healthcare providers. They were the first hospital to offer treatment on a large scale via the EU Cross Border Directive. With recent legislation being passed in the Oireachtas, the Directive is sure to continue for the foreseeable future irrespective of the Brexit outcome. Since 2015 the hospital has helped over 3,000 patients from the Republic to skip the queues and receive reimbursement.
The dedicated team is fully trained in all aspects of the required paperwork and will guide you through the entire process. With many consultants and Royal Colleges advising against flying for up to six weeks after surgery, you can avoid sitting on a plane by popping on the motorway straight to Belfast. An information day will be held at the Royal Marine Hotel, Dun Laoghaire on Thursday, July 25 between 10am and 7pm. The Cross Border team will be on hand to give you more information and talk you through the process.
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Locals view details of plans for Dublin 8 sites RESIDENTS, community groups and sporting clubs in Dublin 8 attended two special Open Days detailing the proposed regeneration of the former Player Wills and Bailey Gibson sites on the South Circular Road last week. Hines Ireland acquired the adjoining properties at the beginning of the year. Since then a project team has been drafting a vision for the regeneration of a consolidated development, which includes the creation of a transformative residential scheme for the area. In announcing this new community initiative, Gary Corrigan, Managing Director with Hines Ireland, said: “We have been working very hard over the past six months to develop a new vision for the Player Wills and Bailey Gibson sites. “We are keen to share the outline of that vision
Locals view the presentation for the vision for the regeneration of the Player Wills and Bailey Gibson sites during the two open days hosted by Hines. and to get the views of the local community and residents on what we see as the future for the sites. “We recognise the importance of including our neighbours in this process and we are aware of the needs of the local community in Dublin 8, particularly regarding green spaces sporting facilities, shops and
sustainable homes. “We distributed invitations to everybody living locally as well as community groups and sporting clubs and of course anybody with an interest.” Hines said the open days were designed to provide visitors with insight into planning application and delivery timelines for the
development. The Hines project team was also on site throughout both days to provide additional information and gather feedback from members of the public about the vision for the proposed regeneration of the site. “The main purpose of both open days was to consult the public and
to gather their thoughts, ideas, and opinions, which will then inform the creation of a detailed masterplan which will be the basis for any future proposal to redevelop the sites,” Mr Corrigan added. The vision for the regeneration of the Player Wills and Bailey Gibson sites is based on Dublin City Council's Development Plan and the SDRA 12 Framework Plan. Designers say both plans have established clear design guidelines, which will guide the creation of what is described as a residential-led urban quarter, and a new public park that will include a range of recreational and sporting facilities. Once the masterplan and design schemes are finalised and approved, a planning application for the regeneration of the Player Wills and Bailey Gibson sites is likely to be submitted later this year.
Back to School allowances now available THE Back to School Clothing and Footwear Allowance will be paid from July this year. Fine Gael Minister Josepha Madigan has encouraged families who don’t receive an automatic payment to make an application for the allowance. The Dublin Rathdown TD said: “My colleague, the Minister for Social Protection, Regina Doherty, has confirmed to me that the Back to School Clothing and Footwear Allowance will be made available again this year. “The Back to School Clothing and Footwear Allowance is a once-off payment to assist eligible families with the extra costs when children start school each autumn. “In 2018, 36,933 families across Dublin received the allowance to help them with the cost of school clothing and footwear at what is an expensive time
of year. “The majority of eligible families in Dublin Rathdown will receive an automatic payment from the week beginning July 8, which is great as it allows families sufficient time to prepare for back to school. “These families will receive written confirmation before the end of this month informing them of their automatic entitlement. “I strongly encourage families who do not receive this letter regarding an automatic entitlement to make an application for the allowance, even if they received a payment last year.” To qualify for the Back to School Clothing and Footwear Allowance, a person must be in receipt of certain social welfare payments or taking part in training, employment or adult education schemes.
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Date confirmed for Petworld Furry 5K THE Petworld Furry 5K annual sponsored dog walk is taking place at 10am on Sunday July 28 in seven locations across Ireland. The Furry 5K is a sponsored walk with all
proceeds going to Autism Assistance Dogs Ireland (AADI). AADI is a national charity established to transform the lives of children with autism and their families. It provides highly trained
‘task specific’ assistance dogs to children with autism. The assistance dogs support the children to overcome the distressing elements of autism. The Horkans Group,
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All of the funds raised go to AADI and the walkers get a chance to meet representatives from AADI to see how the money they have raised will be spent. The walk promises to be a fun morning, full of laughter, as animal lovers (and their dogs) come together for a great cause. Afterwards, there will be refreshments for both the two and four-legged participants back at Petworld. The first 300 people that have registered and turn up for the walk across the seven stores will also get a free Furry 5K t-shirt and a goody bag. Nuala Geraghty, AADI CEO, explained the importance of fundraising for AADI. “One in every 65 children in Ireland has autism and yet so many people know so little about the condition, adding to the difficulties faced by many children and their families,” she said. “Autism doesn’t just affect the child. It affects everyone in the family.” It costs AADI €22,000
and takes two years to train each of its life changing assistance dogs. The families receiving the dog also receive handler training and on going placement aftercare to ensure maximum benefit from the partnership. These highly skilled dogs are more than a friend. They are trained to keep their child companion safe. Attached via a belt to the child, these dogs listen and respond to the commands of the parent/handler. The dog’s primary focus is to prevent the child from running into danger when they are out and about. “Over 90 percent of our funding comes from fundraising and donations so we rely on the generosity of the public and business to enable us to change the world for as many children and families in desperate need as possible,” said Geraghty. “We are extremely grateful to the support that Petworld and Horkans
have shown AADI since they invited us to become charity partners. “Their wonderful family ethos is reflected in the kindness that they continue to show AADI, the families that we support and our amazing volunteers. “We are extremely proud of this relationship and look forward to continuing to build awareness of how Autism Assistance Dogs can change the world for children with autism and their families.” You can register online for the Furry 5K at www. petworlddirect.ie or pop into your local Petworld store to pick up an Autism Assistance Dogs Ireland sponsorship pack.
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which includes Horkans and Petworld, selected AADI as their national nominated charity in 2016. Over the past three years the group has raised over €22,000 for the charity. “Our Furry 5K is a funfilled, family event that gives animal lovers (and their dogs!) the chance to come together and support an incredible cause,” said Stuart Cooper, COO with the Horkans Group. “Autism affects one in 65 people in Ireland and it personally touches some of our own families here at the Horkans Group so it gives us even more commitment to actively support this great cause. “This year, our walk is taking place on Sunday July 28 and we are hoping to raise as much money as possible for this very worthy cause.” The registration fees for the walk are €10 per person, €15 for two people or €20 for a family. You can pay the fee yourself or by raising funds for the charity through a sponsorship card.
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BOOK OF THE WEEK
The Getaway by Maria Duffy TO THE outside world, best-selling author Linda Costa has it all. Her rise to fame as a successful writer has catapulted her into the public eye and she’s repeatedly quoted as saying how she’s living the dream, and doing the job she’s always wanted to do. Linda has an idyllic family life also, married to the tall, dark and handsome, Roberto and their two wonderful children. Shauna and Ben complete the perfect picture. So you’d be forgiven for thinking Linda has nothing to complain about. That her life is full of rainbows and unicorns and that she wakes up every morning counting her blessings. But appearances can be deceiving, and the truth is Linda is not happy. The book that earned her the title of a bestselling author was 10 years in the making and faced with the dauting task of producing another in less than a year, has thrown her into a tizzy. And on top of that, she’s increasingly feeling as though she’s been taken for granted at home and pulled in a million directions. It’s difficult to keep all the balls in the air at once and Linda is trying to juggle a full time job with the demands of her husband and children, not to mention her disabled father. There just never seems to be enough hours in the day.
About The Author WHEN Maria Duffy left her career in the bank to become a stay-at-home mum, she never dreamed that writing, something she’s always loved, would become her job one day. She lives in Dublin with her husband Paddy and their four children. Her bestselling novels include ‘Any Dream Will Do’ and ‘A Love Like This’.
Her writing often has two take a back seat as she tries to keep the house afloat, panders to the demands of her family, travels across the city to bring her dad to his appointments and all the time worrying about what her teenage children are up to. So on the verge of a breakdown, Linda knows she needs to get away. A little distance between her and her problems is exactly what she needs so she books to go and see her friend in Spain for two weeks. She sees it as a chance to get some writing done and an opportunity to shake off the unsettling feeling she’s been having about her husband and her life. But as she relaxes by the pool and begins to take stock of her life, the idea of returning to the chaos of home seems less and less tempting. And then when the handsome Kabir makes an appearance, her whole life is thrown into disarray as she begins to question what she wants from life. Meanwhile, back home, her family are beginning to discover that running a house is not as easy as it seems. That fairies don’t exist and somebody has to physically wash the clothes for them to appear back clean in the wardrobe and that the dishwasher has to be loaded and switched on for the dishes to be washed. Linda’s family begin to realise that maybe they’ve taken her for granted but is it too late for them to show her how they feel? As the days roll past, things become more and more complicated and Linda knows she has some decisions to make. Will she choose the life she has or opt for the one that she thinks she wants? Or will that decision be taken out of her hands?
Bringing the world of Viking Dublin to life SHIPBUILDING, raiding, trading, praying and playing – Viking customs and habits are brought to life in this richly illustrated account of the beginnings of Dublin town, which was published last year. Viking Dublin was a vibrant and major multicultural centre of commerce in early medieval Europe. Today Dublin is unique in the world for its enormous stock of preserved Viking records, both archaeological and written. Together, they reveal intimate details of life in the town and bring us beyond the myths to a people who developed a small coastal settlement into a bustling hub of trade and craft. Fully illustrated with photographs, drawings and new maps, ‘Dublin and the Viking World’ takes readers into the streets and homes of this important Viking town. Expert authors explore the acclaimed Dublinia exhibition experience and the latest in world-class scholarship to show readers the real world of Viking Dublin. Dublin and the Viking World aims to introduce readers to the period when Dublin became Ireland’s first fully
functioning town. The primary focus is on Dublin and its immediate hinterland, but throughout this book the wider world inhabited by Vikings is never far away. It will be of particular interest to visitors and readers who wish to learn more about our archaeology, history and historical geography.
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A stomping night ahead for Bulmer’s live at Leopardstown STOMPTOWN Brass headline the Bulmer’s carnival night as part of the Bulmer’s live at Leopardstown series on Thursday, July 18 Stomptown Brass has emerged as one of the most unique acts in Ireland, performing their blend of funk and blues with a raucous cacophony of powerful driving rhythms. Making the most of their impressive line-up of two drummers, two trombones, two trumpets, one saxophone and one big dirty tuba, Stomptown Brass are an original, supercharged, energy driven band, taking the brass tradition and completely turning it on its head. During the evening the New Orleans inspired event will also see Stomptown Brass play 'flash mob' style in between races. They will perform alongside Rio carnival characters walking amongst the crowds and street theatre
performances featuring Horrid Helga’s Victorian Circus. For tickets and hospitality options - go to www.leopardstown.com Track Record with Liam Ryan from Stomptown Brass 1. Most memorable moment in Dublin? That time Ireland kept winning in rugby.
leave it to one of the vinyl fellas to answer the last one, I can't remember the last time I bought a CD. 5. Who are your influences? When we were starting out, it was the touring brass bands that you would see in Ireland - the Hypnotic Brass Ensemble, the Hot 8 Brass Band etc. Now it's probably a strange mix of jazz, Ethiojazz and techno.
2. Favourite place to visit 6. Alongside yourself, in Dublin? who would make up your The Ilac Centre during ideal band (dead or alive)? the sales. There's no Jerry Fish, Radie Peat atmosphere like it. and saxophone player 3. When not performing, Oisin Murtagh - we would make a mean LCD what else do you do? Soundsystem tribute I think we all go to a lot of other gigs, particularly band. if our drummer Brenny is 7. What three things are playing with another band on your rider? - we like to go and cheer Cans, Buckfast, hot him on. water bottles. 4. First album you 8. Any tips on life? bought and last album you Live long, live on bought? the edge, put it all on My first album was Instagram, and stop ‘Scooter - The Stadium thinking about death! Techno Experience’. I'll Stomptown Brass has emerged as one of the most unique acts in Ireland.
All roads lead to Coppers! Dublin actor returns THIS summer all roads lead to Coppers! Copper Face Jacks: The Musical has kicked off a smash hit summer run at the Olympia Theatre with a the star-studded opening night last Thursday. Packed full of craic, huge laughs, culchies, Dubs, and lots of shifting, the cast are gearing up for a summer of fun at the Olympia Theatre until August 10. The craic will be ninety. Guaranteed. Johnny Ward returns as Gino Wildes and is joined by Roseanna Purcell (as Noeleen Níc Gearailt), Michele McGrath ( as Gretchen Ackerman), and Stephen O'Leary (as Mossy Munnix). Tom Moran is back (as Cormac McCloone) as is Rachel O'Connell (as Lucelita Ni Choncubhair), Kelly Marie Ni Cheallaigh (as Therese McQuill), Mark Fitzgerald (as
Eamon Godly), Shane Fallon (as Anto Moran) and Daithi O'Donnell (as Jeremiah). From the creator of Ross O'Carroll Kelly - Paul Howard, Copper Face Jacks: The Musical is a love story set on the eve of a Dublin v Kerry All Ireland Final. Laugh out loud as a sweet Kerry girl ends up falling head over her flatshoes for the Captain of the Dublin football team - Gino Wildes. Can love conquer all as these two young sweethearts face massive cultural and linguistic hurdles on their road to happiness/Croker? The first performance was dedicated to Brendan Grace, whose death at the age of 68 was announced this morning. The show tweeted: “Tonight’s opening night performance will be Writer of the ‘Copper Face Jacks The Musical’, Paul dedicated to Brendan Howard, is pictured with the cast on stage at the Grace.” Olympia Theatre ahead of their opening night.
to the Viking Theatre RAHENY-based actor Brendan Conroy will return to the Viking Theatre, Clontarf playing a major role in new Irish comedy ‘24 Hours From Tulsk'. Brendan is well known to Irish television audiences for his role as Peter Cadogan’ in The Irish RM for RTÉ and Channel 4, which is still shown around the world. He won an IFTA award for 'Kings' and rave reviews for his performance in 'The Field' opposite American actor Brian Dennehy at the Gaiety. '24 Hours from Tulsk' also stars Séamus Moran (Fair City), Deirdre Monaghan (Game of Thrones') and Niall O'Brien. It runs to to July 27 at 8pm. Booking 087 -1129970. Tickets: €15.
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Well worth a test drive Seán Creedon THERE is always a bit of confusion about the DS brand. It’s distributed here by Citroen who want it to be a standalone brand. Mind you such a classy motor has no difficulty in being a stand-alone as I experienced last week when driving the new DS7 Crossback.
The French are very proud of their DS range, which was launched at the Paris Motor Show in 1955 and was brought back in 2010 when the DS3 brand was re-introduced. President Emmanuel Macron’s car of choice at his inauguration two years ago was the new DS7 Crossback. The speciallydesigned crossover had a personalised opening roof
so Macron could greet the French crowds who had assembled on the streets of Paris in the rain. DS models have transported French presidents since the sixties when Charles De Gaulle credited the stateof-the-art suspension onboard his Citroen DS with saving his life. I didn’t have any life saving moments last
The DS launch in the InterContinental Dublin.
week, but one day I did take my eye off the road for a second or two and got a warning ‘beep’ as I was driving too close to the car in front. The French have always loved style and there is so much style around the DS7. The external colour of my test was grey, but that was the only thing grey. ‘Luxurious,’ that’s the best word to describe this car, which is a bit expensive. I was going to say it’s not cheap, but cheap is not a word you should use when writing about the DS. The car is easy recognisable from the unique DS lettering in the massive grille at the front. There is a touch of a SUV and a coupe to this car that possibly blurs sector lines and sizes. I’m told it could be a rival for the Volvo XC40. Inside there is a lot of suede on the dash and doors, which gives the interior a very classy, but
also a very dark look. There are a lot of buttons in the column between the driver and the front seat passenger. The buttons are used to open both front windows. Also there is the electric hand-brake and in the first few days in the car I found myself reaching for the handbrake instead of the button from my window. It’s very comfortable and solid car travel in with a high driving position. There is plenty of room in the back seat for three adults and two roof-rails add to the SUV look. The boot is a decent size and the really good news is that you get a mini spare wheel. Prices start at €36,000 for the Puretech 130 Elegance version. My Performance Line automatic test car with a plethora of extras will cost you €49,745. Then there is Prestige and Ultra-Prestige if you a have plenty of cash.
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Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council
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Planning permission is sought for re-building the roof to so that the ridge runs 860mm above the height of the original ridge, perpendicular to the road, with gables facing the East and West, and removal of gables to the North and South, incorporating rooflights to the North and South to convert the loft space to study. This is a reduced proposal following the previous application reg ref D19B/0017, refused on 12 March 2019 at 117b Ballinclea Heights, Killiney, Co. Dublin by Brian O’Brien. 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, Dun 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.
PLANNING DUBLIN Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council Permission is sought for (1) the installation of 3No Dormer windows to the rear of the existing main roof. (2) the creation of off street parking to the front of the property, with the formation of a new vehicular entrance, new vehicular gates and dishing of public footpath in front of new access (works to public path to be carried out by DLRCC). at 71 Albert Road Lower ,Sandycove, Co. Dublin by Scott and Jenny Kirkwood. 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, Dun 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.
PLANNING DUBLIN Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council I, Peter Scott Veitch, intend to apply for Permission for development at this site, 3 Westminster Grove, Foxrock, Dublin 18. The development will consist of: 1. A single storey flat roof front garage extension to be connected to the main dwelling. 2. Relocation of the existing front main entrance door to the side. 3. A two storey side extension to consist of a new stairs access to the attic level. 4. Conversion of the attic space for use as a study and WC. 5. All drainage, structural and associated site works to be implemented. The 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 may be made to the Planning 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.
Fergus Flanagan Architects on Behalf of Eileen Cullen & James O’ Sullivan, intend to apply for Permission for development at 80 Shrewsbury Lawn, Kilbogget, Cabinteely, Co. Dublin, D18 Y5R5.The proposed development consists of 1. Demolition of the existing rear glazed sunroom and side garage structures to allow for the new extension works, 2. Proposed conversion of the existing attached garage for habitable use with proposed single storey flat roofed rear and side extensions to the existing dwelling, proposed two new rooflights and four new flat roofed dormer windows to both sides of the existing pitched roof structure, amendments to all elevations including window/door revisions, proposed external glass covered terrace areas located to the side and rear and all associated side works. The planning application may be inspected or purchased for a fee not exceeding a 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 10:00am to 4:00pm. A submission or observation in relation to the application may be made in writing to the Planning Authority, on payment of a fee of €20 within 5 weeks of receipt of the application by the Planning Authority 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 DUBLIN Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council. Garrett and Kat Ryan intend to apply for Planning Permission for full planning permission for a two storey extension to the side (South West) and a single storey extension to the rear (North West) of 35 Beechwood Lawn, off Rochestown Park, Dun Laoghaire. Permission is also sought for a cantilevered cover over the existing hall door. 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, Dun Laoghaire, during its public opening hours. A submission/observation may be made on payment of €20.00 within the period of 5 weeks from the date the application is received by the Planning Authority.
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PLANNING DUBLIN Dun Laoghaire Rathdown Co. Council. We, Graham Porter and Heidi Kinsella, intend to apply for Permission for development at this site 121 Meadow Vale, Blackrock, Co. Dublin. The development will consist of: 1.Demolition of existing rear block shed. 2. Construction of a new entrance porch with a tiled pitched roof. 3.Construction of a new single storey flat roof rear extension to consist of a kitchen. 4. Construction of a new two storey side extension to consist of a playroom and a dining room at ground floor and a study at first floor with part flat and part pitched tiled roof to match existing. 5. Internal remodel of the existing dwelling to suit the proposed layouts including all structural, drainage and associated site works. The 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 may be made to the Planning 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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Survey reveals the value of workplace friendships MOST employers would accept that a happy workforce equates to a productive workforce, but new research by Jobs.ie suggests many employers are overlooking the value of workplace friendships to their business. According to the research, 55 percent of workers say workplace friendships positively impacts on their productivity.Â Additionally, 79 percent of workers would like to see their employers do more to proactively encourage workplace friendships and stronger connections between colleagues. Based on a sample size of 2,770 employees, the survey identified the following benefits of workplace friendships: â€˘74 percent said it improves their general
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24 Fashion & Beauty
This week’s Beauty Dial Star Buys By Edel Cox of The Beauty Dial (www.thebeautydial.ie) Dr Bronner’s Baby Mild Magic Balm - RRP €13.95 The Dr Bronner’s Baby Mild Magic Balm has a blended formula of avocado, coconut, jojoba, hemp, olive oils and organic beeswax providing a soothing quality for your little one’s skin, perfect for any cuts or bumps. The Dr Bronner’s Baby Mild Magic Balm has eight uses including; helping to prevent nappy rash, soothing irritated red crease lines on babies arms and knees, moisturises dry or chafed skin, heals recent tattoos, defines unruly eyebrows, styling beards or moustaches and can also be used as an eye cream or to tame flyaways. The Dr. Bronner range is stocked health stores and selected pharmacies nationwide and can also be purchased online at www.lifesgreat. ie Image VITAL C Hydrating Anti-Aging Serum €76 Adding antioxidants to your skincare routine can help boost your skin care and sun care, especially while you’re out having fun. Indian Gooseberry is a fruit rich in vitamin C and various minerals, amino acids, tannins, and flavonoids. Long used in Ayurvedic medicine, the fruit is known for its strong antioxidant activity and has become a popular addition in skincare products. From antiaging creams and serums to sunscreens, Indian gooseberry has demonstrated its strength in protecting the skin from damage induced by free radicals. Studies have shown that oral and topical applications of the antioxidant compounds in Indian gooseberry have shown a reduction in oxidative damage from reactive oxygen species. Phyllanthus emblica fruit extract is also an important
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ANSWERS July 10th
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Find the words hidden in the puzzle below
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FESTIVAL OF CURIOSITY
From Playful Days to Curious Nights – experience a cultural feast of unique, visual and interactive experiences at this year’s Festival of Curiosity. It’s Dublin’s International festival of science, art, design & technology and it’s taking place from July 18-21 across 14 venues in Dublin City Centre. Full details of events can be found online at festivalofcuriosity.ie.
A day-long free, family friendly festival of hackers, crafters, coders, DIYers and curious inventors will transform Merrion Square on Saturday, July 20. This community run event takes the form of a “show and tell” experience where inventors/makers sourced through an open call, will have an opportunity to showcase their creations at individual booths in a carnival atmosphere. Makers range from tech enthusiasts to crafters, educators, tinkerers, hobbyists, engineers, artists, science clubs, students, authors and commercial exhibitors. More info at dublinmaker.ie
The Liberties Festival is one of Ireland’s oldest festivals and it’s back again from July 17-21. It’s now a highlight of the summer in Dublin with a series of family-friendly, sporting and community events, and an exciting multi-cultural and arts programme encompassing visual art, film, dance, comedy, literature and music. For full details see libertiesfestival2019.com paintings from both artists, starring vibrant colours and naturalistic motifs that reflect their interests and influences. For more information see www. thecopperhousegallery.com.
take place on Friday, July 19 from 10am to 4pm; Saturday, July 20 from 12noon to 5pm; and Sunday, July 21 from 12noon to 5pm. The exhibition will feature oil-based
Glackin, will take to the stage on July 20. Tickets to attend Hothouse The Swords Summer Festival, which Flowers are available from www. tickets.ie. There will also be family runs from Thursday to Sunday, July fun and entertainment in Swords 18-21, will feature a wonderful array Town Park from 12noon to 6pm on of musical and comedy acts over the July 20 and July 21. course of the weekend at Swords Castle. On July 18 Lightening Comedy SUMMER COLOUR will feature a number of talented EXPLOSION comedians including David Gilna, Dublin artists Jennifer Hart and Paul Currie, Christina McMahon Jean Lowndes have come together and Robbie Forde while on July 19 as artists and friends to hold a joint ‘Forever Young’, will be showcasing exhibition in the Copper House the songs and stories of Rod Stewart. Gallery (St Kevin’s Cottages, Synge Hothouse Flowers, along with Street, Dublin 8). special guests Jerry Fish and Eoin ‘Summer Colour Explosion’ will
SWORDS SUMMER FESTIVAL
National Museum of Ireland – Natural History are partnering for the oneday event as part of International Year of the Salmon (IYS) which aims to engage the public around the challenges facing salmon today. Visitors to the museum will learn more about the fantastic collection FISHY FUN of fish on display and how Ireland’s Fishy Fun is being held at the Museum of Ireland - Natural History, most iconic fish species, salmon, is Merrion Street, Dublin 2, on Saturday, facing its biggest challenge yet. July 20 from 10am to 4pm. There is no charge and no booking required. Fishy Fun will bring a range of interactive activities suitable for all the family. Inland Fisheries Ireland and the CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS Across: 1 Squeal; 4 Repair; 9 Independently; 10 Correct; 11 There; 12 Satin; 14 Ideal; 18 Large; 19 Harvest; 21 Qualification; 22 Eleven; 23 Cheers. Down: 1 Stitch; 2 Undercarriage; 3 Ample; 5 Elected; 6 At the same time; 7 Rhymes; 8 Units; 13 Itemise; 15 Plaque; 16 Sheik; 17 Stones; 20 Reach. ▪▪ QUICK SOLUTIONS Across: 1 Induct; 4 Assist; 9 Intelligently; 10 Thrusts; 11 Train; 12 Civil; 14 Grass; 18 Brace; 19 Refugee; 21 Unintentional; 22 Dental; 23 Street. Down: 1 Idiots; 2 Determination; 3 Calls; 5 Shelter; 6 Intransigence; 7 Trying; 8 Kiosk; 13 Inertia; 15 Abound; 16 Wrong; 17 Pellet; 20 Faint.
Crossword Answers July 17th
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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
Irish Press, July 7th 1982.
Irish Press, July 24th 1935.
Portmarnock beach in 1949. PHOTO: DUBLIN CITY PUBLIC LIBRARIES
Evening Herald, July 15th 1939.
Freemans Journal, July 12th 1845.
Irish Press, July 7th 1937.
H Williams in Raheny in the 1980s.
Irish Press, July 7th 1982.
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