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M50 suffers most disruptions ANALYSIS carried out by AA Roadwatch has found the M50 is the route most likely to be affected by disruptions caused by crashes. The motorway accounted for eight percent of all collisions reported by AA Roadwatch in the month of May. An analysis carried out by the AA’s traffic and
travel information service on traffic disruption showed, unsurprisingly, that the M50 is the route most likely to be affected, with 19 incidents reported in the month on May. “Even a small incident can cause a lot of trouble on a motorway,” says Ruth Jephson, AA Roadwatch Editor. “On a rural road, for example, a minor crash
may cause so little disruption to traffic that it may not warrant inclusion in our reports. However, a similar incident when it takes place on a motorway could potentially temporarily block a lane. As a result, even though the people involved in the crash could be perfectly fine, the knock-on impact on traffic could be much
greater. “There have been 13 million trips on the M50 so far this year so it comes as no surprise that it will feature a lot in our reports.” AA Roadwatch also noted a high number of incidents on the M7/N7, a route which includes ongoing roadworks and lane restrictions near Naas, with a total of 23
combined crashes. Other high activity routes include the M1, where seven crashes were recorded. The N4/ M4 (between Sligo Town and Dublin) and N11/M11 (between Dublin and Wexford) both recorded nine crashes each, with six collisions reported on the N40 in Cork. Over the course of the month the most
incidents were recorded on the national route network (N-Roads) with 31 percent of collisions. A quarter (25 percent) of crashes reported were on motorways, while 12.5 percent of collisions occurred on regional routes. Dublin had the most incidents in the month of May with 109 collisions reported by
AA Roadwatch. Cork was second and Limerick third. The Dublin Port Tunnel and the Limerick Tunnel were both closed three times each. The N84 in Mayo closed twice due to collisions and there were two separate closures on the Limerick stretch of the N21 over the course of the month as well.
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continued from page 1 there are over 6,000 people on waiting lists and there are countless of home help to others who effectively new applicants until have had their home November,” he said. hours cuts. “This freeze is going to “Without enough home have a major impact on help hours patients older citizens in need of care, on their families, on are forced to remain in hospitals at a huge cost, people with a disability, or else their families are and on their carers. forced to pay huge sums “It will also put huge for private for home care pressure on hospitals supports. because of delayed “The Taoiseach, Leo discharges and it will Varadkar, this week force older people into bizarrely claimed that nursing homes. “All of this is happening home care does not reduce bed numbers. because the HSE says there is a need to balance This is contradicting the HSE’s own 2018 Capacity their budget for 2019,” Review. Deputy Crowe addd. However, a “The real measure of spokesperson for the HSE performance here is that
denied that there was a “freeze” in home help hours. “The HSE’s Home Support Service aims to support older people to remain in their own homes for as long as possible and to support informal carers,” the spokesperson said. “In 2019 the HSE is expected to provide 17.9m home support hours to 53,000 people with Intensive Home Care Packages delivered to approximately 235 people (approximately 360,000 hours delivered in the full year). “Despite the significant level of service provision, the demand for Home
Support continues to grow. The main reason for increased demand relates to the increase in demographics of older people. “Nationally, at the end of April 2019, the number of people waiting for funding for Home Support was 6,310. “The majority of those awaiting funding are in their own home. Many are already in receipt of home support but are awaiting funding for additional support. “All those waiting for Home Support are assessed and provided with a new or additional service as soon as possible.”
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Southside Ladybirds enjoy a big birthday treat at Dublin Zoo SOUTHSIDE girls were among more than 300 others who celebrated Ladybirds’ 30th birthday at Dublin Zoo recently. Ladybirds, who are the youngest members of Irish Girl Guides, are aged from five to seven. Those from Dundrum, Ballyroan and Shankill were joined by Ladybirds from Meath, Louth, Cavan, Carlow and Offaly for the massive birthday bash. A further 300 Ladybirds from Cork, Kerry, Tipperary and Waterford travelled to Fota Wildlife Park for a simultaneous celebration. Ladybirds, who meet each week in their local community to take part in activities, games, songs and crafts, loved the opportunity to meet up with Ladybirds from other counties to celebrate their milestone birthday. “All the girls had a fabulous day with music,
dancing and a big cake at each event,” said Monica McDonnell, Chair of Irish Girl Guides (IGG) Ladybird Branch. “There was a brilliant atmosphere and everyone had a great time. The girls at Dublin Zoo were especially thrilled to be joined by award-winning space communicator Niamh Walsh who told them that their motto of learning to care and share was a vital part to an astronaut’s training.” While Guides (the branch of IGG for 10-14 year olds) started in Ireland in 1911, Brownies (the branch for 7-10 year olds) started in 1914 and Senior Branch (the branch for 14-30 year olds) in 1919. The Ladybird branch only started 30 years ago when it was decided to introduce Guiding to girls of a younger age. A pilot Ladybird unit in Ballybrack was such
a success that in 1989 Ladybirds was officially launched by then Minister for Education Mary O’Rourke. Within a year there were 33 Ladybird units operating throughout the country. Today there are more than
2,000 Ladybirds in the 26 counties. “The Ladybird programme encourages girls to care and share, to think of others and to contribute to their local communities,” said Monica, who is Leader of
Dundrum Ladybirds Chloe Kyne, Edie Kennedy, Beth Curran and Milly Thompson.
Cúchulainn Ladybirds in Drogheda. “Each girl is encouraged to try her best and learn new skills and is rewarded for doing the best she can. “During their time with us, we see the Ladybirds grow in confidence and
independence while making new friends and having a lot of fun.” IGG Chief Commissioner, Helen Concannon, added: "Irish Girl Guides excels at being relevant and in touch with the needs of each new
generation of girls. “Thousands of girls have benefited from their involvement as Ladybirds in IGG and have progressed to Brownies and Guides where they continue to grow in independence.”
Pictured are some of the Ballyroan Ladybirds who attended Irish Girl Guides’ Ladybirds’ 30th birthday party at Dublin Zoo.
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A move to electric cars forms a major part of the Government’s climate change plan. PHOTO: BIGSTOCK I have worked closely with all of my colleagues to develop this whole of Government Climate Action Plan. It sets out a path which is sensible and fair. It includes actions across all sectors - heat, transport, housing, public sector and agriculture with timelines and clear lines of responsibility. From now on we will have emissions targets for each sector with accountability for delivering them. The Government has set aside €30 billion in the National Development Plan to support this transition.
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will ban the use of non-recyclable plastics and place increased fees on companies who use difficult to recycle materials. We are taking care to support those people who are most exposed or least equipped to meet the change. A ‘Just Transition Group’ will advise on how this can best be done. If together we succeed, Dublin will be a better place to live, work and raise a family.
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Should I stay or should I go? THE summer is here and most Irish people will be itching to take their holidays. The question is, who will go abroad this year and who will take a ‘stay-cation’? Tommy Hickey went to St Stephen’s Green to ask: ‘Will you stay or will you go?’
Jodie Duff, from Laois, is avoiding the dreaded FOMO of not going to one of the biggest parties of the year by getting out of the country. “I’m going to Budapest, I have to get away,” said Jodie. “I missed out on an Electric Picnic ticket so I booked myself flights for
the same week. I don’t know much about the city, but the bath parties look like good craic.” For Dubliner Mary Maher she has no problem makig the most of what our own country has to offer. “My friends aren’t up for travelling so I’ll stay
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Irish Classic & Vintage Motor Show for Terenure College IRELAND’S biggest and best car show will return to Terenure College on Sunday, July 7. With up to 1,400 cars on display, children’s amusements, a wide choice of food and music from Tom Cole Jnr, the Irish Classic & Vintage Motor Show promises to be a great day out for all the family. This year is the 60th birthday of the Mini and Inspector Morse’s favourite Mark II Jaguar. In 2005, the burgundy Mark II Jaguar used on the hit TV series sold for more than £100,000. The 1960 car, made famous by the late John Thaw as the crossword, opera and real ale-loving Oxford detective, was snapped up by a UK-based businessman. As well as these iconic classics, there will be something for everyone,
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Sleeping Drimnagh man found slumped with stolen jewellery Brion Hoban
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City’s pet festival promises a lot of fun IRELAND’S biggest summer festival, the Laya Healthcare’s City Spectacular, has announced the return of its official charity partner for the 4th year running as the Dublin Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (DSPCA). Pet-acular with DSPCA and Purina will present its most ambitious festival programme yet designed to engage, enthral and entertain the dog lovers of Dublin. Festival Director Shell Holden, said the annual event is a celebration of all things canine, and one of the most popular and busy zones at both Dublin and Cork festivals. DSPCA’s Fundraising & Events Coordinator Natasha Eames, added: “Each year Pet-acular is getting bigger and better. We love meeting lots of fabulous dogs with their wonderful owners. It is a day not to be missed, and is great fun for the whole family, especially the furry friend in your life.” Mutt and man will enjoy doggy delights such as the DSPCA Scruffs dog show,
dog training and agility demos with the DSPCA Dog Training Academy, a doggie deli and some Pet-acular surprises from Purina. The DSPCA Village Vets will also be talking to festivalgoers about pet health advice. Dog lovers can treat their cuddly companions with personalised dog beds and blankets and even star in their own photoshoot with their pooch at Wetnose Studios. The customs dogs will also be giving a demonstration in the Pet-acular show ring. Lovers of four-legged furry friends will have the opportunity to meet dogs who are looking for forever homes in the DSPCA Doggy Adoption Parade. Purina will also be on hand at Pet-acular with a relaxation tent for all the family to take time out of the busy festival atmosphere. It all takes place on July 13 and 14 in Merrion Square, and on July 20 and 21 in Fitzgerald Park, in Cork.
Canadian aerial acrobats ‘The Silver Starlets’ are pictured with James Patrice and some of the DSPCA dogs at the launch of Ireland’s biggest summer festival, Laya Healthcare’s City Spectacular.
Local council gets Smart with e-travel IN A bid to reduce commuting congestion and emissions in the county, Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council has developed a platform for staff to access e-cars, e-bikes and pushbikes for off-site business travel. Just over 12 months ago, Smart Dublin launched
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Enterprise Ireland, is part of the Small Business Innovation Research programme. RIGHT: Ronan Herron, David Keeley, Aoife Ni Rathaille, Shane Dunny, Philomena Poole, Matthew Pilgrim and Paddy Boyle at the launch.
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Crumlin welcomes new UCD graduate nurses CHILDREN’S Health Ireland (CHI) at Crumlin hosted its annual nursing graduation and hospital badge ceremony last week with the 26 nurses who graduated with a BSc in Nursing (Children’s & General) from University College Dublin (UCD). The event, a joint graduation with the Mater Misericordiae University Hospital (MMUH) and St Vincent’s University Hospital (SVUH), sees graduates of this Honours Degree programme undertake clinical placements in both children’s and adult hospitals. They also graduate with a dual qualification of Registered Children’s Nurse and Registered General Nurse.
During the ceremony held in the hospital, the graduates accept the traditional blessing of the hands, after which they receive their hospital badges from CHI at Crumlin and either MMUH or SVUH. Tracey Wall, Director of Nursing in CHI at Crumlin, welcomed graduates, their families and representatives from MMUH, SVUH and UCD to the event and delivered the keynote address at the ceremony. During her address, Ms Wall reflected on the developments and achievements of nursing and the contribution the graduates will bring to the care of patients across a multiplicity of settings as they embark on their careers.
“I am delighted to be delivering this keynote address to you today,” Ms Wall said. “This integrated Children’s and General Nursing Degree Programme has been in existence for 13 years now. It is a testament to its success that it has prepared confident and competent nurses to work with children and adults who have a wide variety of complex illnesses and injuries. “Healthcare is continuously advancing and nurses will need to constantly upskill and develop their knowledge and skill to be responsive to the latest developments in medical, surgical and technological advancements,” she added. “During your programme, we have
cultivated a philosophy of lifelong learning. I encourage you to continue learning and seeking new knowledge.” Aisling Stafford gave the class reflection on behalf of the graduates. She also acknowledged the support of all those who helped them during their student years, including their classmates, the staff of the hospitals and UCD, and not least the patients and their families. “Being a nurse comes with its own challenges, may it be the early mornings or long shifts, but it is the patients who continue to motivate us and remind us why we do this job,” she said. “It is truly a privilege to have worked within each hospital.”
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Cuala scores new sponsorship deal THE first ever GAA club sponsorship to include education and employment incentives has been launched by the American biotechnology company, Amgen, in conjunction with Cuala GAA club. Amgen’s support of the Southside club will last for three years and will include an annual education bursary and mentoring for the bursary recipient. There will also be a guaranteed place on their coveted eight-month paid internship programme as well as funding for the preparation of all the club’s adult football and camogie teams. This includes five adult
men’s football teams, three adult women’s football teams and three Camogie teams. The launch was attended by GAA President, John Horan, Amgen Vice President of Regional Manufacturing, Alan Harmon, Director of HR Amgen, Olive Casey and officials from the thriving Dun Laoghaire club. The attendance included a host of current AllIreland champions and inter-county stars. Dublin senior footballers, Michael Fitzsimons, Con O’Callaghan, Conor Mullaly and Peadar O’Coifigh Byrne, were joined by Jennifer Dunne from the Dublin Senior Ladies Football team, as
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Heritage Council invites submissions from across Dublin THE Heritage Council has issued an invite to organisations, individuals, businesses and community groups to get involved in National Heritage Week 2019, which takes place from August 17 – 25. National Heritage Week is a celebration of Ireland's built, natural and cultural heritage and aims to generate awareness, appreciation and preservation of our wonderful resources. Getting involved is a great opportunity to shine a light on the fantastic work that is carried out in communities and is the perfect occasion to put your organisation on the map. So, if you've got something you’re proud of, why not let people know and register an event? New event organisers are particularly welcome. To find out everything you need to know about registering your event, visit www. heritageweek.ie. This year The Heritage Council’s chosen theme for Heritage Week is the celebration of ‘Pastimes and Past Times’.
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Dog owners are embarrassed to use the scoop and pick up poop A NEW survey has highlighted Irish attitudes to dog fouling. The survey commissioned by pet retailer, Maxi Zoo, investigates attitudes and behaviours on the subject of dog fouling. Interestingly, with over 2,000 responses, the survey found that 93 percent of dog owners believe that it is socially unacceptable to leave dog poop on the ground. However one in 10 of those asked felt embarrassed when they had to pick up their dog’s poop in public. “For the most part, the survey results are positive - which is great to see that the majority of dog owners are responsible for their pets,” said Managing Director of Maxi Zoo, Ciarán O’Neill. “However, we realise there is still a wider issue which needs to be addressed to help alleviate the stigma attached to picking up dog poop, so that we can help combat this problem in our country. “We feel strongly about creating positive change and the issue of dog fouling is something we need to look at - changing the perceptions and behaviours of dog owners is the first starting point and we hope to encourage dog owners to ensure they carry dog poop bags at all times when
walking their dogs.” Ciarán said that 99 percent of the Maxi Zoo team are pet owners and vowed that they were going to look at ways that the pet retailer can help with this issue in Ireland. “In our 20 stores we are talking to thousands of pet owners every day of the week, offering advice and help - we genuinely love animals as much as our customers do, so it’s important that we play our part too,” he said. “While the survey showed that the majority of respondents (92 percent) were responsible enough to bring poop bags with them while walking their dogs, one percent of those asked admitted that they never pick up their dogs poop! “Educating this small percentage of people could be the turning point in eradicating this issue in Ireland.” Emma Fanning, Brand Ambassador and Training and Livestock Manager at Maxi Zoo, regularly runs information days at Maxi Zoo stores throughout Ireland and also conducts ‘Responsible Pet Ownership’ school talks. “Education is key when changing public behaviour,” she said. “We enjoy interacting with our customers and the wider community on how best to care for their pet.
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A Stunning storm is brewing over Leopardstown THE Stunning arrived with a bang in the early 1990s with two number one albums and a slew of hit singles including the oconic 'Brewing up a Storm' and 'Half Past Two' as well as the classic tune, 'Romeo's on Fire'. A mainstay on the Irish live scene, The Stunning, fronted by brothers Steve and Joe Wall, have remained one of Ireland's most popular live acts over the years and a continuous presence on Irish airwaves. They make a welcome return to play the Bulmers Live at Leopardstown series on Thursday, July 11. For tickets and various hospitality options - go to www.leopardstown.com
of talent comes through there and its already made its mark on the Irish music scene - it 1. Most memorable gives me hope for the moment in Dublin? future, despite the fact Seeing Rory Gallagher that mainstream music in the Stadium around is becoming more and 1980 - I was barely out of more homogenised and 3. When not primary school and I’d never been to a gig before performing, what else do the internet giants are syphoning off the profits you do? - the atmosphere was from music sales. BIMM I try and keep all the electric and he was full of graduates also have to plates spinning - writing charisma - that definitely and recording and staying compete for gigs with flicked a switch. all the dinosaurs that on top of the headare touring these days... melting management 2. Favourite place to and admin side of things. including me! visit in Dublin? I’ve also been teaching in I feel a real connection 4. First album you with the Liberties as that's the music college BIMM bought and last album Dublin on Francis Street where my mother was you bought? since it opened in 2011 born and bred and she The first album I bought - hence my connection was full of stories about was ‘Led Zeppelin 2’ - I'd with that area. It’s been it - going to the Bayno, seen them on Top of the a learning experience as the characters and the Tops playing ‘Whole Lotpoverty. I’ve become very much a teaching one. ta Love’ and they blew me There’s a huge amount fond of the Francis Street Track Record with Joe Wall from The Stunning
area in recent years... it's full of interesting shops, cafes - Two Pups, the Liberty Kitchen, the Ginger cafe - I’ve gotten to know them all over the years.
The boys are set to stun at Leopardstown. away. I hitchhiked from Ennistymon to Dublin to buy that album - I used to do that regularly. The last album I bought was ‘Masterpiece’ by Big Thief. There was no hitchhik-ing involved - I hit the purchase album button in iTunes and there it was seconds later - not quite the same adventure, but I don’t miss standing by the side of the road in the rain for hours. It’s a great album - theres a touches of Pavement, Elliott Smith and the Shins about them, but they’ve their own thing going on too and there’s some great songs on it - Adrianne Lenker is a great song-writer. I saw them in Vicar
Street recently - a bit ramshackle but lots of moments of magic.
7. What three things are on your rider? It’s mostly booze and snacks. I'm thinking of adding fake tan and gym equipment to the list this year - I need a total makeover.
5. Who are your influences? I’ve no idea really- I think a lot of different types of music has rubbed 8. Any tips on life? off on me over the years, One is quite simple.. hopefully not too much Don’t tell other people any one thing. how to live their lives! 6. Outside of The 9. First person you'd Stunning, with you as invite to a dinner party guitarist who would make up your ideal band and why? I’d invite John Lennon, (dead or alive)? the hurler from Laois. Jimi Hendrix on I could then boast that bodhrán, James Galway the great John Lennon on drums, Jimmy Page once came to dinner in on accordion - all the my house. I’d just have Jimmy’s, and with me on to make sure to pretend guitar this would make a classic four-piece, we just to be interested in Laois hurling. need a concept.
Kings of the desert sing the blues
After nine albums and over 1,400 concerts the band return in 2019.
TINARIWEN are the kings of Saharan desert blues, and heroes of the Tuareg struggle for freedom, dignity and selfdetermination. After nine albums and over 1,400 concerts throughout the world, the band return in 2019 for
tours of Europe and North America. During the last 18 years Tinariwen have become globally loved and revered for their creation of a new music genre as well as the integrity and tenacity with which they defend their culture.
They are hugely attractive to both audiences and musicians who find in it some kind of truth and spiritual depth. Rhythms inspired by the gait of the camels, somewhere between the Malian blues and the distant sounds of the
Maghreb. While the Tinariwen style is a distant relative of blues music, the musicians themselves claim to have never heard it until they travelled. Tinariwen play the Olympia Theatre on Monday, November 11.
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Fighting Fit! Jennifer Sweeney is in great shape.
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Siel Bleu Ireland kicks off its annual campaign to promote exercise among older Irish adults. Jack Gleeson met some of their fitness champions who are spreading the message: ‘I Can, So Can You!’ JENNIFER Sweeney pulls no punches when it comes to talking fitness. The 74-year-old from Howth has been exercising with Siel Bleu Ireland, a not-for-profit organisation promoting fitness among older adults and people with chronic illness, since beating oesophageal cancer in 2016. Her health has never been better. “I began exercising with Siel Bleu in October 2016 after a summer of chemotherapy which left me exhausted,” she told Northside People. “I began private classes with a trainer in my home and my trainer quickly caught on to my abilities and would very gently push me to go that little bit further. “I can now do 150 squats and I box. For me, the experience has been lifechanging.” Sweeney is one of several ‘champions’ showcasing their fitness transformations in Siel Bleu’s annual celebration promoting the importance of exercise, no matter the age. Following on from last year’s ‘I Can’ campaign, this year’s theme adds a layer of further encouragement to the masses with the slogan ‘I Can, So Can You!’ The campaign starts on June 24 and runs for one week, highlighting private and group exercise classes held nationwide. Carla Piera Fitzgerald, Brand Manager in Siel Bleu Ireland, said this year’s campaign #fitnessforseniors - is about inspiring people of all ages to get active. “The World Health Organisation (WHO), tells us that physical activity is the fourth leading cause of death worldwide,” she said. “This is a frightening statistic and one that that we must take seriously in Ireland, given that just one
third of older Irish adults are active. Our campaign is one of empowerment, that exercise can change lives and our incredible champions are fine examples of this.” In addition to Sweeney, this year’s campaign features Austin Hynes, 74, from Cabinteely. After a diagnosis of Parkinson’s in 2014, Hynes began Siel Bleu classes in Harold’s Cross, that are run in partnership with Parkinson’s Ireland. Feeling the benefits of exercising almost immediately, Hynes then got his friends involved so another Siel Bleu class could be run in Loughlinstown. “I am a minor league GAA coach for Foxrock, a local team near Ballyogan, and exercising has allowed me to return to this passion,” he said. “There is more to Siel Bleu classes than just exercise. “It’s about community, getting out of the house and meeting people. You gently exercise every muscle in your body and regain the confidence to move again.” Noel McLoughlin from Tallaght agreed. Now 79, McLoughlin, a stroke survivor who has beaten prostate cancer and had a hip replacement, found himself at low point after his battle with illness. It was a Siel Bleu Stroke Survivors exercise class that proved a turning point. “The Tallaght Stroke Survivors’ Group were running the class with Siel Bleu and I started attending at a time where my mood was running low,” he said. “When I first started the class, people struggled to lift their arms and taking a walk was something completely foreign to me. Now I can walk 9km and it is the most natural thing in the world for me to have my daily walk.
Austin Hynes “My mood picked up and my state of mind is one of positivity. I cannot emphasise enough how these exercise classes can change your life. If I can, then so can you.” Siel Bleu’s ethos is for everyone, no matter the age, and it’s particularly relevant where Marymount Care Centre in Lucan is concerned. Siel Bleu run weekly exercise classes for residents with remarkable results. “Siel Bleu and physiotherapy work together to help residents
gain back some of their mobility,” said Conor McNulty, General Manager. “Anyone that is not doing physical exercise in nursing homes is missing a trick. “We cannot give up on people because they are in their 80s and 90s. “We encourage our residents to exercise and it has given residents a pep in their step and an activity programme they can look forward to.” For more information on Siel Bleu Ireland, go to: www.sielbleu.ie
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New student accommodation opens its doors in Dublin 8 GONE are the days of cramped student bedsits. One of Dublin’s newest student accommodation schemes threw open its doors last week to offer a glance at what tenants will be offered. Fresh Student Living, the company who will be managing the Brickworks building, held an ‘open house’ event for local businesses and prospective tenants to show off the array of fantastic facilities. Although the site is still under construction visitors were treated to a preview of what the cinema room, gym, roof terrace and state-of-the-art study areas will look like. They also got a first glimpse at one of the newly finished en-suite bedrooms and living areas. Accommodation Manager, Gill Brady, said: “We are so proud of Brickworks and everything it has to offer anyone
The sitting rooms feature all mod-cons. studying in the Dublin area. It was fantastic to show people round our great facilities. We work extremely hard at Fresh to ensure that all of our schemes deliver more than would be expected
The bedrooms are neat and cozy.
of standard student accommodation. Students who stay with us will enjoy not only high-quality, modern living spaces but also the peace of mind that we are on hand to prioritise their
wellbeing and ensure they are able to get the most out of student life.” Brickworks, which officially opens at the end of August, is on Brickfield Lane, just off Cork Street in central Dublin 8.
offer additional services to help people get the best out of their time as a student. Ms Brady added: “Our friendly on-site accommodation teams make sure everything
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18 Fashion & Beauty
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This week’s Beauty Dial Star Buys By Edel Cox of The Beauty Dial (www.thebeautydial.ie)
F34 Blank Canvas RRP €15 Transforming your sun-deprived skin from dull to golden doesn't come without its dangers - whether you're a self-tan newbie or undetachable from your tanning mitt, there are a few tricky areas just waiting to catch you out. The F34 from Blank Canvas is a large multi-purpose bronzing brush from their Dimensions Series that will change your tanning game forever.
Handmade from extra soft, high quality, antibacterial fibres. It is very easy to clean thanks to its synthetic fibres and this brush is also vegan friendly. Blank Canvas can be bought online on www. blankcanvascosmetics. com Cloud10 Beauty and in national pharma-cies. Green Angel Seaweed Daily Moisture Face Cream with Jasmine, Neroli & Vitamin E RRP €29.95. This light moisturiser is enriched with 100 per cent natural Vitamin E oil, which when absorbed into the skin, creates a protective barrier on the derma layer helping to block external environ-mental aggressors and helping maintain
youthful looking skin while also helping to maintain the efficacy of Jasmine and Neroli organic essential oils, both known for their powerful anti-oxidant and moisturising properties. Suitable for every skin type, the antibacterial, antiinflammatory and antiseptic properties in Green Angel’s Daily Moisture Face Cream make it a great choice for blemished skin. Perfect under makeup, it goes on smoothly and absorbs quickly, and smells simply divine.
Novexpert Booster Serum with Hyaluronic Acid RRP €56 Perfect for all skin types, for every season. Novexpert’s Booster Serum is the best daily beauty regime anyone can ever ask for. This ultra-concentrated Booster Serum contains 100 per cent pure and natural Hyaluronic Acid (H.A) that provides press repulp, moisturisation and smoothing effect on any skin types. A single bottle contains the equivalent of 20 injections of HA. Apply everyday two to six drops of the Booster Serum in the morning and/ or the evening. This is the perfect product to ensure you stay
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Renault leads the electric charge with their ZOE 192 offer THE Irish EV market is up 270 per cent compared to 2018, and more customers have already bought a Renault ZOE in 2019 than in the whole of 2018. The stylish Renault ZOE’s popularity among Irish motorists is due to several factors, and not just its good looks! Despite a generous 317km range from its 41kWh battery, ZOE costs thousands less than its nearest rival, starting at €25,590. Just like its more expensive competitors, ZOE’s battery is included in the car’s purchase price which means, with 0 per cent finance over five years, customers can minimise the monthly cost of the car and take immediate advantage of ZOE’s huge savings on fuel and maintenance. A typical Irish driver,
doing 20,000km a year, could make annual savings of over €1,200 on fuel alone, compared to an equivalent petrol car. ZOE’s technology is unique in the market, and is arguably the best EV for Ireland’s public charging infrastructure. Why is this you may ask, because there are over 1,000 public AC charging points around Ireland and ZOE’s chameleon charger means it’s the only electric car which can use these for 22kW rapid charging. That gives an 85km range boost in just half an hour and is three times faster than most rivals, eliminating the need to queue for the far less common fast chargers. For EV customers who appreciate comfort and practicality, ZOE offers plenty of space (and is bigger inside and out than Renault’s own hugely
popular Clio!) Comfort and peace of mind or driving pleasure? With Renault ZOE, you don’t have to choose. Clean air, silence, ideal temperature, plenty of features to make driving easier: we’ve thought of everything to make you comfortable. This, combined with generous equipment levels, incredible silence and rapid responses, makes ZOE an entertaining and comfortable family car. Renault has also announced a limited edition, zero-emissions ZOE Z.E. 40 R110 S-Edition, which is available to order now from €28,990. In striking Aconite purple, it comes equipped with all of the features in the top-selling Dynamique Nav version plus rear parking camera, and sporty half leather seats. The ZOE costs thousands less than its nearest rival.
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Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council I Peter Brennan, intend to apply for planning permission for 2 new 4 bedroom detached houses, single storey to front and 3 storey to rear (floor area of each house 136sqm, total area for 2 houses 272sqm). The houses will contain entrance living,dining,kitchen and toilet; 2 bedrooms and bathroom at single storey entrance level; 2 bedrooms and bathroom at lower middle level and stairs and storage and access to garden at lower garden level; 1 new shared vehicular entrance and shared parking off Orwell Road, new drainage works, landscaping and ancillary works all to the rear of No 8 Orwell Gardens, Churchtown Dublin 14. The planning application may be inspected or purchased at a fee not exceeding the reasonable cost of making a copy, at the offices of the Planning Authority, Marine Road, Dún 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.
Dublin City Council Planning permission is sought by John Burke for change of use of 2 no. 3 bedroom apartments into short term letting use at 32 & 33, Block B, 2nd Floor, ’The Millennium Tower’ Charlotte Quay Dock, Dublin 4. This application relates to land within the North Lotts and Grand Canal Dock Strategic Development Zone. The planning application may be inspected, or purchased at a fee not exceeding the reasonable cost of making a copy, at the offices of Dublin City Council during its public opening hours and a submission or observation in relation to the application may be made to the authority in writing on payment of the prescribed fee within the period of 5 weeks beginning on the date of receipt by the authority of the application.
Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County 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.Demolision of existing rear block shed. 2. Construction of a new flat roof entrance porch 3.Construction of a new two storey side extension to consist of a dining room and playroom at ground floor and a study at first floor mezzanine with a pitched roof above to match the existing. 4. Construction of a new single storey flat roof rear extension to consist of a kitchen and dining room. 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.
PLANNING DUBLIN Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council Planning Permission sought for the construction of a two storey dwelling house in side garden with new vehicular access from Corrig Road to be shared with the existing dwelling house. New pedestrian access from Royal Terrace East and all associated site works at Inverness, Corrig Road, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin (A96AP29) for Ms. Fran O’Brien. This application may be inspected or purchased at the offices of Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council during its public opening hours from 10.00am to 4.00pm and a submission or observation in relation to the application can be made to the authority in writing on payment of €20 within the period of 5 weeks beginning on the date of receipt by the authority of the application.
PLANNING DUBLIN Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council Permission is sought for a new build 2 storey 2bedroom dwelling house and associated site works including 1No. car parking space at zoned residential area at the corner Hawthorn Manor, Blackrock & Newtown Park, Blackrock, Co Dublin by Evan McLaughlin & Eve Power. The planning application may be inspected or purchased at a fee not exceeding the reasonable cost of making a copy at the offices of the Planning Authority, County Hall, Dún Laoghaire during its public opening hours. A submission or observation in relation to the application may be made to the authority on payment €20 within a period of 5 weeks beginning on the date of receipt by the authority of the application.
PLANNING DUBLIN Dublin City Council I Cormac Harty intend to apply for planning permission for development at this site; 181 Saint Columbanus’ Road, Dublin 14, D14 F306. The development will consist of works to an existing house which includes widening the entrance gate, extending the existing porch, extending at ground floor level to the rear and at first floor level above the existing garage to provide an additional bedroom, study & utility space. Rooflights are to be positioned to the side of the extended roof. The total additional area will total 10m.sq at ground floor and 21m.sq at first floor. The planning application may be inspected, or purchased at a fee not exceeding the reasonable cost of making a copy, at the offices of Dublin City Council during its public opening hours and a submission or observation in relation to the application may be made to the authority in writing on payment of the prescribed fee within the period of 5 weeks beginning on the date of receipt by the authority of the application.
PLANNING DUBLIN Dublin City Council Planning permission is sought for the demolition of existing single storey extension to rear, construction of 2-storey extension to rear with a bedroom and ensuite to ground floor and 2 bedrooms and a bathroom to first floor, raising the roof height to 5.5 metres with 2 no. roof lights to front and internal refurbishment to 14 Pigeon House Road, Ringsend , Dublin 4 for Jane Dickson. The planning application may be inspected, or purchased at a fee not exceeding the reasonable cost of making a copy, at the offices of Dublin City Council during its public opening hours and a submission or observation in relation to the application may be made to the authority in writing on payment of the prescribed fee within the period of 5 weeks beginning on the date of receipt by the authority of the application.
PLANNING DUBLIN Dublin City Council Planning permission is sought by John Burke for change of use of 1 no. 3 storey dwelling into short term letting use, at 59 Ringsend Road, Ringsend, Dublin 4. The planning application may be inspected, or purchased at a fee not exceeding the reasonable cost of making a copy, at the offices of Dublin City Council during its public opening hours and a submission or observation in relation to the application may be made to the authority in writing on payment of the prescribed fee within the period of 5 weeks beginning on the date of receipt by the authority of the application.
PLANNING DUBLIN Dublin City Council We, Luke Murphy and Elinor Lyon, intend to apply for Permission for development at this site - 79 Ringsend Road, Ringsend, Dublin 4, D04X070. The development will consist of 1. Creation of new vehicular and pedestrian access exiting onto Ringsend Road, Dublin 4. 2. All structural and associated site works to be implemented. The planning application may be inspected, or purchased at a fee not exceeding the reasonable cost of making a copy, at the offices of Dublin City Council during its public opening hours and a submission or observation in relation to the application may be made to the authority in writing on payment of the prescribed fee within the period of 5 weeks beginning on the date of receipt by the authority of the application.
PLANNING DUBLIN Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council I, P. Daly, apply for Permission for widening of existing vehicular entrance at 28 Nutgrove Park, Clonskeagh, Dublin 14. The existing left hand side pillar shall be moved to the maximum permittable dimension of 3.5m clear opening. The works will include solid timber gates to match the colour of the fenestration of the house and at 1550mm high to match the height of the pillars. The work will include all associated site works. The planning application may be inspected or purchased for a fee not exceeding the reasonable cost of making a copy, at the offices of the Planning Authority, Marine Road, Dún Laoghaire, Co. Dublin, during its public opening hours of Monday to Friday from 10am - 4pm. A submission or observation in relation to the application may be made in writing to the Planning Authority, on payment of 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.
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This year’s Dublin Pride parade on Saturday, June 29, will assemble on O’Connell Street and Parnell Square with an expected 7,000 people from over 150 different groups with floats, marching bands, colourful costumes and lots and lots of noise leading the way at 1pm. From O’Connell Street, the parade will turn on to Eden Quay and pass Liberty Hall, where the first large scale march for LGBTQ+ rights in Ireland started in 1983. The Parade will cross the Liffey at Talbot Memorial Bridge and travel along City Quay, Lombard Street, Westland Row and end with a free outdoor event in Merrion Square.
TAYTO PARK FUNFEST A host of entertainers from the worlds of music, circus, family entertainment, dance and art will come together for the Tayto Park Funfest this weekend ( June 29 & 30). Hudson Taylor will headline the main stage on Sunday evening with international acts Rak-Su and Heather Small (The Voice of M People) topping the bill on Saturday. There will also be big top tents hosting a variety of children’s entertainers from jugglers to circus performers to dancers and everything in between. Tickets are priced at €55 per day and this includes entry to the park, wristbands for all attractions (as many times as you want) plus entry to Funfest.
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The Flavours of Fingal County Show returns to Newbridge House and Farm, Donabate, on Saturday and Sunday, June 29 and 30. Flavours of Fingal offers something for all of the family, from live music and entertainment, to the Arts and Crafts Marquee, which will feature an array of handcrafted products. Children will be entertained with acres of bouncy castles, face painting, archaeological digs, magicians, storytelling, a Courtyard ‘Chill Out Zone’ and much more. The festival is free of charge for visitors who arrive on foot, use public transport or the free shuttle bus service. For those who opt to drive, parking tickets should be booked in advance online on www.flavoursoffingal.ie.
A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM From June 27 to 29, Balally Players is bringing Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream to life in a refreshing and inventive production. In the garden setting at St Enda’s, the story follows two pairs of young lovers in an evocative, joyful and funny piece of theatre. They journey into the spirit world with Oberon, Titania, Puck and two diminutive fairies and as night falls in the park. Gates open at 7pm for a 7.30pm start and seating is available. The group recommend you bring a throw or an extra layer of clothing, for later in the performance, as it can get chilly, on certain nights. Tickets are €14 (€12 with a concession) and are available at milltheatre.ie and by calling 01-2969340. Tickets will also be available at the gate each evening from 7pm.
AUTHOR READS AT LIBRARIES WOMEN’S TOURS Glasnevin Cemetery Museum is delighted to announce the return of their popular Women’s Tours. These tours will focus on the legendary women to whom Glasnevin is home to and will take place on the last Sunday of every month at 2:00pm from June until November. On these tours, visitors will hear the stories of some of the following incredible women: • Maud Gonne MacBride • Delia Larkin • Grace Gifford Plunkett • Constance Markievicz • Charlotte Despard • Madeline Ffrench Mullen • Jennie Wyse Power • Elizabeth O’Farrell • Hanna Sheehy-Skeffington These inspirational women played a pivotal role in shaping Irish history and culture. Hear their stories and discover Ireland’s herstory carved in stone! CHILDREN’S SUMMER TOURS Glasnevin are delighted to announce that they will also be running Children’s Tours on Saturdays at 2:00pm during the months of July and August. Designed especially for children, these tours are perfect for the whole family and will showcase some of the cemetery’s most entertaining stories. Some highlights include: • Fr. Browne and the Titanic the man who captured rare photographs of the famous ship! • Grave-robbing - Why does Glasnevin Cemetery have such high walls and watch towers? • Yew Trees - there is more to them than you think! • William Fogarty’s pesky parrot! • Maria Higgins - the only person
in the cemetery who was buried twice! ADDITIONAL SUMMER TOURS This summer, Glasnevin will be running an extended timetable! From 29th June, the General History tour will run hourly from 10:30am to 3:30pm daily. Visit the gravesides of the inspirational figures that shaped the Ireland we know today including Michael Collins, Charles Stewart Parnell, Daniel O’Connell, Grace Gifford, Maud Gonne and Countess Markievicz. The Dead Interesting tour will run at weekends and Bank Holiday Mondays at 1:00pm. This tour offers an alternative view of the varied heritage that Ireland’s largest cemetery holds. Learn of its sculpture, symbolism, architecture, sporting heroes, natural life and the lesser known stories. Visitors can also visit the O’Connell Tower! Legendary Irish statesman Daniel O’Connell is buried in an ornate crypt beneath the spectacular round tower; the tallest of its kind in Ireland, standing at 180ft. Climb the 198 steps to spectacular views of Dublin, Wicklow and the Irish Sea! Not convinced? Go and see for yourself! Tickets are available to book online or at the museum reception. W: www.glasnevinmuseum.ie T: +353 (0)1 882 6550 E: email@example.com Group Bookings: booking@ glasnevintrust.ie Opening Hours: (open daily) Summer (April – September): 10am - 6m Winter (October – March): 10am – 5pm
Author Breda Joy will read from her debut novel, ‘Eat the Moon’, at Greystones Library on on Tuesday, June 25, at 7pm and at Tallaght Library on Wednesday, June 26, at 7pm. Published by Poolbeg Press, Breda was one of 12 finalists in the Green Bean Novel Fair 2016 at the Irish Writers’ Centre, Parnell Square, Dublin.
A tantalising new three day camping festival for family and friends is taking place at the stunning Russborough House, Blessington from Friday June 28 to Sunday June 30. Inspired by Electric Picnic, Kaleidoscope will try to harness the magic of the Little Picnic’s entertainment and family campsites and transport it to this brand new venue. Expect a host of the best music acts and DJs, in addition to programming for babes in arms to teens as well as the grown-ups. See www. kaleidoscopefestival.ie for details.
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An aerial shot of Ballymun in 2003. PHOTO: DARREN KINSELLA
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Mayo Examiner, June 20, 1870
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