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A place to call home at last RESIDENTS at a new Co-operative Housing Ireland (CHI) development in Drumcondra spoke last week about their delight at moving into their new homes. Deakin Court on Richmond Road is providing 40 homes to families and individuals ranging in age from 84 to just under 12 months. The families were drawn from Dublin City Council’s housing list and many were previously homelessness or living in overcrowded or emergency

SHOPPERS and retailers at The Blanchardstown Centre put in a tremendous effort during the centre’s recent Donate for Discounts campaign. Shoppers were asked to buy a €3 wristband to avail of special offers at the centre’s outlets to raise much-needed funds for the LauraLynn children’s hospice. Not only did the shoppers get great value from their wristbands, but the centre was able to hand over a whopping €28,570 to LauraLynn at the end of the campaign. Pictured above celebrating the handover of the cheque in The Blanchardstown Centre are (l-r) Jane McKenna, founder of LauraLynn, Niamh Garrahan, marketing manager at Blanchardstown Centre and Cathy White, community fundraising executive at LauraLynn. PHOTO: LEON FARRELL / PHOTOCALL IRELAND

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and US states but over the years almost half have gone missing – including one sent to Ireland. There are understandable explanations for why some of the rocks went missing. Libya lost two under the Gaddafi regime while Romania’s ‘goodwill’ rock is believed to have been sold after dictator Nicolae Ceausescu was overthrown. However, one of Ireland’s two rocks went missing in slightly less dramatic circumstances, although it’s no less a tragedy in the eyes of space buffs. The Irish ‘goodwill’ Moon

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rock – which was collected by Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin on the historic first Apollo 11 mission was kept on display in the Meridian room at Dunsink Observatory in Finglas. But in the early hours of the morning on October 3, 1977, disaster struck when a suspected electrical fire broke out in the basement under the room. The fire brigade arrived within 20 minutes of being alerted but the room along with other parts of the observatory was completely destroyed. The precious rock was unknowingly taken along with the rest of the debris across the road to Dunsink Tiphead, which is now closed, and was never found. Former NASA employee and self-appointed private investigator of the Apollo Moon rock displays, Joseph Gutheinz, estimated the rock was worth $5 million and said there was virtually a pot of gold under the dump. The other piece of Moon rock collected from the Apollo 17 mission by Eugene Cernan and Harrison Schmitt, the last men on the moon, was put on display at the National History Museum.

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eventually we had to go into the hotel for a year and it was like, very crowded,” she said. “Just one room, me and my sister and my mom, so when I heard that we were getting our own place I was delighted, it was like my own room with my sister. It’s much better.” Speaking at the new development, Minister for Housing, Eoghan Murphy, said the 40 homes were part of 10,000 social homes due to provided across the country this year. Deakin Court is built on a CHI-owned brownfield site and was developed in partnership with Dublin City Council at a cost of €10.5 million. CHI is the national organisation for cooperative housing in Ireland and Deakin Court is its second development in Drumcondra after Calderwood. “The collaborative approach and close partnership of Dublin City Council in developing these projects has been key to their success,” said CEO, Kieron Brennan. “CHI is making a real contribution to meeting housing needs across Ireland. Currently CHI provides over 1,540 homes in Dublin city and county and over 2,400 across Ireland. “Last year alone saw us provide new homes for

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by 2020.” The Deakin Court development combines a mix of one, two and three-bedroom apartments with landscaped gardens overlooking the Tolka River. The internal fit out of heating systems, kitchens, bathrooms etc. were all carried out to a high quality finish and the scheme is within easy reach of local services, schools and universities. Dublin Lord Mayor, Paul McAuliffe, who launched the development with Minister Murphy said the opening was a great day for the 40 families now

living there. “Deakin Court is to become their new home, their new beginning,” he added. “We are all acutely aware of the current housing crisis in Ireland, impacting most heavily on our capital city. “The lack of stability and security caused by this crisis bears serious consequences for family and community life. “Here, in the heart of the city, however, CHI with Dublin City Council has built the foundations of a sustainable community that will allow families to thrive and flourish.”

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Cappagh Hospital surgery changes teenager’s life A TEENAGER from Co Meath has spoken about how surgery at Cappagh National Orthopaedic Hospital in Finglas changed her life. Sara Kelly (18) was diagnosed with scoliosis in 2011 after visiting her GP for a chest infection. She attended regular check-ups to monitor the condition, which was initially treated conservatively. However, Sara elected to have surgery after the condition

began to negatively impact her life. The former under-14 Meath camogie player was one of five patients transferred to Cappagh National Orthopaedic Hospital in 2015 after spending three years on a waiting list in another Dublin hospital. As part of the spinal correction surgery, Sara had 14 screws and two rods inserted in her back. “The surgery has changed my life,” she said.

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“I was lucky to be transferred to Cappagh and operated on within five months, particularly after being on a waiting list in Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital Crumlin for three years. “The recovery was tough but manageable and I was home from the hospital after six days. Three years after my surgery, I am living pain-free.” Angela Lee, General Manager of Cappagh, said that the hospital has

consistently increased the volume of idiopathic scoliosis procedures over the past three years. “We met the Government’s target in 2018 of ensuring no child is waiting longer than four months for spinal fusion surgery,” she continued. “With the additional funding secured for 2019, Cappagh will have the capacity to complete 50 surgeries, which will free up space in other children’s hospitals to deal with more complex cases.” Cappagh National Orthopaedic Hospital is the only hospital in Ireland that is currently carrying out two scoliosis procedures in one day. The hospital has significantly cut surgical waiting lists from 12-18 months in 2017 to 6-9 months for all orthopaedic procedures, and the waiting list for scoliosis

currently stands at four months. The hospital treats patients with idiopathic scoliosis, where the patient is suffering from no other medical complication. Mr Peter Keogh, Clinical Director and Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at Cappagh National Orthopaedic Hospital added: “Cappagh National Orthopaedic Hospital has been able to shorten the time a patient spends in surgery by having two consultant paediatric surgeons operating together and it’s the only hospital in Ireland currently undertaking this practice.” Cappagh Hospital is the pioneer of orthopaedic surgery in Ireland and with 159 beds is now the biggest dedicated elective orthopaedic hospital in the country, catering for both public and private patients. Sara Kelly is now living pain free.

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Youth work highlighted YOUNG people from Dublin Central, Dublin North West and Dublin West were amongst 300 youngsters from all over Ireland who took part in a recent National Youth Showcase in the Mansion House. The ‘Youth Work Changes Lives’ event was held to celebrate the value, diversity and vitality of youth work in Ireland. A key message emerging from the day was that hundreds of thousands of young people and their communities take part in and benefit from youth work, and that there’s a need to sustain and increase funding for youth work to meet the needs of a growing youth population. The event – organised by the National Youth Council of Ireland (NYCI) –gave young the opportunity to speak directly to public representatives and share with them first-hand what they do, what they learn and the benefits of youth

work for them and their local communities. “This event showcases the exceptional quality of youth work happening throughout Ireland and celebrates the contribution of young people to Irish society and our local communities,” said Mary Cunningham, Director of the NYCI.

“The youth work sector benefits over 380,000 young people each year, supported by the efforts of 1,400 professional staff and 40,000 passionate volunteers, and yet much of this good work goes largely unnoticed. That’s why the ‘Youth Work Changes Lives’ event is so important. “It is really important

that young people particularly at grassroots level – get the chance to reach out and engage with local politicians, TDs, Senators and Councillors. “It will also provide young people with the opportunity to call on their local politicians to support increased investment in youth work

in the upcoming budget. “When politicians hear, see and experience the contribution and value of youth work in their local communities, particularly when expressed by young people themselves, it sends a very powerful message that this work is worth supporting and funding.”

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HOMEOWNERS in Fingal are being urged to have their say on the Local Property Tax ahead of a council meeting that will decide rates for 2020. Local councillors can adjust national rates by +/- 15 percent and a local political party representative says Fingal County Council’s current adjustment isn’t enough. “Dubliners are being taken advantage of by the unfair Local Property Tax,” said Edward Mac Manus, Aontu area representative for Castleknock. “This tax is much greater in Dublin due to the greater price of property. House buyers in Dublin lose out on many financial levels. House prices, stamp duty and levies are burdens as well as this tax.” Fingal County Council is currently holding a public consultation that Young People from MCRI Mairead, Gavran and Sumayyah in Dublin Central meet local Maureen O’Sullivan at the allows homeowners have event. PHOTO: MARC O’ SULLIVAN

their say on the rates and Mac Manus says it’s important they do so. “The Local Property Tax will increase by 15 percent next year from its 2014 base level if nothing is done,” he said. “The reduction voted for in the last two years was only 10 percent. “Fingal County Council has failed to provide adequate justification for not implementing the full 15 percent reduction. The Fingal LPT consultation period runs until noon on August 2 and locals can take part online at https://consult. fingal.ie/en/surveys. “A strong call to the council on this occasion to reduce the tax will pay dividends later,” said Mac Manus. “A message will be sent that the council will face much more forceful opposition if it acquiesces with central government to impose a substantial hike in the LPT.”

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Italian job by Finglas kickboxing sensation The little town of Tortona, tucked away in the northeastern region of Italy, recently hosted a prestigious kickboxing international fight night. On show, among some of the best Italian professional kickboxers, was a Finglas girl. Robyn McDonnell was invited over to fight on the card after being spotted on the

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shape stepping into the ring. Mackey, who has been coaching Robyn since she was a kid, said Robyn was prepared mentally and physically for the fight. "Robyn has a had a great year so far," said Mackey. "She has a couple of great wins under her belt so heading to Italy for this fight was perfect, timing

wise. We brought in Jimmy Upton, one of Ireland's best pad men, to work with Robyn, developing her medium range tactics. She was fully prepared for this fight." Thankfully all the training paid off and Robyn dominated the three rounds from the start. The home crowd were left in shock as the Italian favourite was

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City hemp business secures funding A NORTHSIDE based business that specialises in selling hemp products has raised a €150,000 loan through peer-to-peer (P2P) lending. The Hemp Company, located on Capel Street, raised the funds from Linked Finance, a service that matches private lenders with borrowers. The company, which promotes and supplies products derived from, and related to, the hemp plant will use the funds to rebrand, improve its online shop and purchase new software and hardware. On a global scale, the industrial hemp sector is thriving, with new opportunities for investors in business development all along the value chain. The Hemp Company Dublin, now in its 20th year, is a family-owned business and was an early entrant into what is now a dynamic emerging market.

In recent years hemp products containing the compound CBD have grown in popularity and stories have gained the public’s attention. The Capel Street store stocks high-quality CBD products including their own-brand CBD oil. Owner Jim McDonald is a passionate advocate for the development of the industry in Ireland and he spoke about how the finance was raised. “I had no idea what P2P lending was or how it worked,” he said. “Within minutes Linked Finance assigned me a dedicated account manager, my business case was written, and my loan funded by their lenders and ready for drawn down within three days. “It turns out people power was the perfect funding solution for Hemp Company.” Linked Finance has

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Locals vying to win Miss Burlesque Ireland 2019 title A NORTHSIDE woman is looking forward to taking part in her first Miss Burlesque Ireland competition this weekend. Ruby Noir, a Malahideborn Dubliner currently residing in North Strand, has been singing and performing on cabaret stages around the country for well over a decade. Ruby took home the title of Miss Pinup Ireland in 2017, wowing audiences at the Dublin International Tattoo Convention with her captivating vocals and retro style. This is Ruby’s first time to enter Miss Burlesque. The competition will be

taking place on Saturday, July 27 in Liberty Hall. “It’s very exciting to be taking part in the competition this year,” said Ruby. “I’m also pretty new to burlesque as a performance style but Miss Burlesque Ireland has a fantastic history of incredible performers and I can’t wait to be part of that line up!” DialEmma, who hails from Tallaght and has been living in Smithfield for the past 10 years, will be joining Ruby in the competition. She has been a wellknown regular of the Dublin cabaret, drag, and burlesque scenes since the year 2000

when she began her performance career in The George. DialEmma took part in the competition last year and was delighted to place as second runnerup. “Burlesque was a relatively new string to my performance bow last year, so when I entered and placed third I was absolutely thrilled. I’m hungry to do at least one better this year however!” joked DialEmma. Ruby and DialEmma have been friends for almost 15 years and have collaborated on nearly as many projects together. Both performers are founding members

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Mater Private teams up with Dubs THE Mater Private Hospital has agreed a partnership to provide medical and healthcare support to the Dublin Senior Ladies Football team. Under the partnership, players will receive rapid access to medical consultants and outpatient services, such as physiotherapy, X-Ray and MRI scanning. The Mater Private support will also include funding for the medical staff as well as medical interventions and rehabilitation in the event of injury. A deal has been in place since last year but the new partnership cements the commitment of the hospital to provide best-in-class medical support to the team on an ongoing, longer-term basis. Founded in 1974, Ladies Gaelic Football is still recognised as one of the fastest growing female sports in Europe. With over 1,000 clubs in Ireland and counting,

Ladies Gaelic is reaching women and girls from all over the country. The Dublin Senior Ladies Football team has played in five successive All-Ireland Finals between 2014 and 2018, finishing as winners in 2017 and 2018. Over 50,000 supporters attended the All-Ireland Final in 2018, the largest attendance at a Ladies GAA final ever. This attendance significantly surpassed the then record-breaking 2017 crowd of 46,000, which was the highest attended women's sport final in the world that year, even beating the Champions League final and the Rugby World Cup. Female participation in sport is on the rise. Irish Sports Monitor data for 2017 showed the gender gap in sports participation at just 4.5 percent - narrower now than at any point since 2007. Over 40 percent of females regularly participate in sport today. Female participation

has increased in Gaelic Football; in Dublin figures are up 50 percent since 2015. Chief Operating Officer of the Mater Private Healthcare Group, Dr Caroline Whelan spoke about the partnership the Dubs. “As neighbours and friends of the Dublin Senior Ladies Football team, we are delighted to announce this medical partnership to provide player access to our topclass medical services and healthcare facilities at Eccles Street,” she said. “Sports injuries, when they occur, can be a huge concern for players and can seriously impact on their future sporting and professional career. “As the medical partner of Dublin Senior Ladies Football, the Mater Private will ensure the players receive comprehensive support from our highly qualified team of specialists and consultants, ensuring they are in the best possible health to play.

Dr Caroline Whelan (COO, Mater Private Hospital) with some of the Dubs at the announcement of the partnership that will see players access medical services and healthcare facilities at Eccles Street. In the event of injury, we will do everything possible to help the players get back on the pitch and performing at the highest level again, as soon as possible.

“We look forward to working closely with the team to ensure they have access to expertise in all the relevant specialities in as timely a manner as possible.”

Manager of the Dublin Senior Ladies Football team, Mick Bohan, welcomed the partnership with the hospital. “The Mater Private is an

integral part of our player welfare pathway, and we are fortunate that through this partnership, our players will have access to the best medical expertise available,” he said.


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Something Happens at the Bulmer’s Leopardstown show DURING the 1990’s, Something Happens scored a deal with Virgin Records to release their excellent brace of first albums. Their track 'Parachute' became a bona fide Irish classic and the band have continued with occasional shows that remind audiences just how good and how many brilliant songs Tom Dunne and company really wrote and performed. They headline the racecourse stage at Bulmer’s Live at Leopardstown on Thursday, July 25. For tickets and hospitality options go to www.leopardstown.com Track Record with Ray Harman from Something Happens: 1. Most memorable

moment in Dublin? May 22, 2015 - Gay Marriage Referendum - A great day to be Irish

up a guitar, paused for a moment and checked that it was in tune.

6. Alongside yourself, 2. Favourite place to visit who would make up your ideal band (dead or alive)? in Dublin? See Answer 5 The Dead Zoo - different times. 7. What three things are 3. When not performing, on your rider? Some beer. A little what else do you do? Moan about the weather/ more beer. A request for conclusive photographic house prices/traffic, etc and generally go about the and/or DNA proof of the existence of Big Foot (you business of being a Dub don’t ask, you won’t get) 4. First album you 8. Any tips on life? bought and last album you If you are born in bought? The first was Gary Glitter Dublin, you are already a winner in The Lottery - ‘Remember Me This Of Life Way’ … a prescient title, and the last was Wreckless 9. First person you'd Eric - ‘Transience’. invite to a dinner party and why? 5. Who are your Warren Zevon, if he was Tom and his merry men will be headlining the racecourse stage at Bulmer’s Live at Leopardstown this coming influences? Anyone who ever picked still with us. Thursday.

Beatyard will have the family bopping THE fifth edition of Beatyard, the familyfriendly, multi-stage festival takes place over two days, on Saturday, August 3 and 4 this year. The Dún Laoghaire Harbour event features a line up of the hottest international and national acts including Groove Armada on the August Bank Holiday Weekend. Scandinavian superstar Todd Terje and legendary DJ Grandmaster Flash join headliners Groove

Armada live on the Saturday with killer live outfit Jungle and globespanning favourite Marc Rebillet taking to the stage on Sunday 4 alongside headliners Chvrches. Tickets are on sale now from www.the-beatyard. com with Adult Day Tickets priced €59 and Adult 2-Day Weekend Tickets priced €99. Tickets for kids (from age 2 - 15) are just €5. Babies go free. All ticket prices are plus booking fee.

Legendary DJ Grandmaster Flash is on the Saturday.

Saturday headliners Groove Armada will take to the Beatyard Main Stage on August 3 for their first full live band show in Ireland in over a decade. One of the planet's best loved and biggest selling dance acts, Groove Armada's long-awaited return to the live stage is part of their 21st Anniversary celebrations. Over nearly two decades, Groove Armada have racked up millions of album sales and performed sold out shows worldwide headlining their own tours and festivals including the likes of WHP, Cream, ANTS and Wildlife Ibiza. With a catalogue of floor filling hits from ‘Superstylin', ‘I See You Baby’, and ‘Get Down’ to ‘If Everybody Looked The Same’, this performance is not to be missed. Joining headliners Groove Armada on August 3, Todd Terje and Grandmaster Flash are sure to get the party started and keep it going into the night. Todd Terje arrived on the Scandinavian dance

scene in 2004 and, in short order, became one of its most prominent figures. Terje channels his voracious appetite for several styles of music - including dub, disco, synth pop, house, and techno - into his edits. He also remixes tracks by the likes of the Bee Gees, Michael Jackson, and Santana and huge club hits such as ‘Inspector Norse’ and ‘Snooze 4 Love’. Emerging from the South Bronx in the early 1970s, Grandmaster Flash is inarguably one of Hip Hop’s original innovators. Today, Grandmaster Flash is the voice of an entire generation of 1970s hip hop pioneers and his live show is a celebration of Hip Hop’s most formative decade. Chvrches are set to headline the Beatyard Festival on Sunday 4, following rave reactions to their outstanding sold out Irish shows last month. Their new critically acclaimed album 'Love Is Dead’ is the band’s third successive top 10 UK

album and follows their debut 'The Bones of What You Believe' in 2013 and 'Every Open Eye' in 2015. The Glaswegian act have played countless shows worldwide, with each tour's production reaching new heights and leaping them towards the top of festival bills - their headline spot at Beatyard is a must see. Jungle and Marc Rebillet will also take to the Beatyard Main Stage along with headliners Chvrches

on Sunday 4. In July 2014, Jungle released their self-titled debut album - cue online word-of-mouth and rave reviews, a Mercury Music Prize nomination, songs of the summer, viral videos, half a million sales, burgeoning DJ careers and a global tour that lasted two solid years. The whole thing was dreamed up by Josh J Lloyd-Watson and Tom T McFarland, a production and multi-instrumentalist

duo who never expected to leave their bedroom studios, far less become the core of a talent-filled seven-strong collective. Known for his incredible live one man shows, it is easy to see why Rebillet achieved huge levels of internet fame. Having captivated audiences around the world with his musical and lyrical talent, his show is sure to keep you laughing and dancing all night long!

Chvrches are set to headline Beatyard Festival on the Sunday.


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Cobbles and castles in the Alps Rick Steves

farther from the town centre, the more rustic, authentic, and relaxing) LIKE so many travellers, my images and its proximity to one of my favourite ruined castles, Ehrenberg. of Germany — cute villages, dirndls Ehrenberg was built to defend and lederhosen, and fairy-tale castles — are from southern Bavaria, against the Bavarians and to bottle up the strategic Via Claudia trade in the foothills of the Alps. You could easily spend a week here, route, which connected Italy and soaking up culture as you bike along Germany. Now the castle is in ruins (though fragrant fields and tour the sights. with explanatory signage), with My favourite home bases for hiking paths, a museum, and a exploring the Bavarian Alps are 1,200-foot pedestrian suspension Füssen and Reutte ( just over the bridge that sways 300 feet above the border in Austria). They put you an ground. easy drive from the region's most The German village of popular sights; the wood-carving Oberammergau is as commercial as capital of Oberammergau and the it is cute — busy with tour groups and popular ‘King's Castles’ with their fairy-tale turrets and romantic aura. the venerable shops of the town's famous woodcarvers. The romance starts with the older It's just a 45-minute drive from of the two castles near Füssen, the King's Castles, and several more Hohenschwangau — the hunting sights are closer by: Ettal Monastery palace of King Ludwig II of Bavaria (a.k.a. ‘Mad’ King Ludwig). Its mostly (with a splendid Baroque church), Linderhof Castle (a Baroque Neo-Gothic interior looks much like it did in 1835, with paintings inspired and Rococo palace also built by In its fairy-tale alpine setting, Neuschwanstein Castle is the most popular tourist destination in southern Bavaria. Ludwig II), and the German lift to by Romantic themes. PHOTO: DOMINIC ARIZONA BONUCCELLI the Zugspitze (Germany's highest Ludwig, who inherited the throne mountain, with a view of over 400 at age 18, did not want to deal peaks in four countries). with politics. He instead focused Oberammergau is famous for its on constructing the fanciful once-per-decade Passion Play — Neuschwanstein Castle just up the next performed in 2020 (tickets are hill, which he had decorated with easiest through a package deal). Romantic-era imaginings of misty, Back in 1633, in the midst of the medieval days of yore. bloody Thirty Years' War and with Just a few months after he moved into Neuschwanstein, Ludwig — who horrifying plagues devastating entire cities, the people of Oberammergau was already planning an even more promised God that if they were extravagant castle — was deposed… spared from extinction, they'd two days before he was found dead. perform a play telling the story People still debate: Was it murder of Jesus' entry into Jerusalem, the — as he was nearly bankrupting Crucifixion, and the Resurrection his kingdom with his costly castle every decade thereafter. building — or suicide? The town survived, and the people But today nobody complains about the cost of his castles. In fact, within of Oberammergau are still making good on the deal. Every 10 years, six weeks of his funeral, tourists about half of the town's population were already paying to visit them. (a cast of 2,000) are involved in the From Füssen, it's a quick drive or production of this extravagant fivebike ride to the King's Castles. The hour Passion Play. town itself, dramatically situated under a renovated castle on the lively Oberammergau is much sleepier in non–Passion Play years. It's always Lech River, is a mix of real-world colourful, though, thanks to its and cutesy-cobbled sights, with a elaborately painted houses — many colourful church painted in a fresco technique called Lüftlmalerei, and a depicting biblical and fairy-tale scenes — with the church spire's pleasant path to Lech Falls. The Bavarian town of Füssen has a rich history and evocative corners beyond its cobbled core. PHOTO: CAMERON HEWITT onion dome overhead. Füssen's one must-see sight, its Shop windows and the local Heritage Museum, spans a thousand museum display crafts from this years of the town's history. A highlight here is the Dance of Death, wood-carving mecca. For thrills, nearby attractions include a gondola, painted shortly after a plague alpine coaster, summer luge, and devastated the community in 1590. swimming/sauna complex. It shows 20 social classes, each Biking through Bavarian fields, I dancing with the Grim Reaper savour that moment when the setting — starting with the pope and the sun warms up all the colours and emperor. the newly cut hay fills the air with a Just outside Füssen, the Royal Crystal Baths pool/sauna complex is sweet and fertile humidity. Coasting home into my village, it an unforgettable chance to lounge occurs to me that the Alps hold a around naked with German experts symphony of experiences that can at relaxation. A nearby lake, the endlessly delight lovers of culture, turquoise Forggensee, is a great history, and nature. They certainly place to boat or bike. have for me. A 20-minute drive across the border is the Austrian town of Rick Steves (www.ricksteves.com) Reutte. Although its setting — writes European travel guidebooks surrounded by alpine peaks and hosts travel shows on public — is striking, the town itself is television and public radio. Email unremarkable. him at rick@ricksteves.com and But I like Reutte for its fine follow his blog on Facebook. countryside accommodations (the Ehrenberg castle ruin in the Tyrolean Alps. PHOTO: BIGSTOCK


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This week’s Beauty Dial Star Buys By Edel Cox of The Beauty Dial (www.thebeautydial.ie) PENNEYS Primark have teamed up with NASA to bring you a new range of products. Packed full of NASA logo loungewear and cool camo prints, it’s a vibe, whether you’re an aspiring astronaut or not. Take inspiration from Apollo 11’s moon landing and sport our galaxy grey co-ordinating set, or for a more subtle nod to the space agency, sport a snazzy printed tee. Available in-store now. This range is compiled of 20 products featuring menswear, womenswear and stationary. With prices ranging from €9 – €25 you’ve got a friend in Primark with this this must-have collection.

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New Corolla looks great and is very comfortable to travel in Seán Creedon

version of the Corolla are slightly different from the hatchback version TOYOTA has been producing their popular and naturally the rear Corolla since 1966. Since of the car is completely different. then over 45 million The boot in the saloon units have been sold is much larger than the worldwide, making it the best-selling car in the hatchback. And like the hatchback version the world. saloon also had a spaceAt the end of 2018 Toyota promised a ‘hybrid saver spare wheel. The saloon version of invasion.’ A few months the Corolla is certainly back I drove the hybrid version of the RAV4 and a bigger looking than the few weeks ago I drove the hybrid version. I thought new hatchback version of the Celestite Grey colour of my test car made it look the hybrid Corolla. Last week it was my turn like a more conservative motor. to take the larger Saloon However, once I sat in it I version of the Corolla. began to change my mind. Meanwhile, the Toyota The interior was gorgeous Camry has made a and the cream leather comeback and I am seats gave my Sol version looking forward to a test a really classy look. drive in what was a very The interior in the popular car with Irish saloon is very similar to motorists a few years the hatchback, which back. means that the dash area Externally the lights at is dominated by a large the front of the saloon

touch-screen, which to be fair is very easy enough to navigate. The new Corolla has a low centre of gravity and my wife loved it as was very easy to get in and out. And the seats were really comfortable. In the back seat there is plenty of room for three adults. And if you only have only two back seat passengers they can share the arm rest and cupholders. The fact that the car is a self-charging hybrid, means that there will be no cost to the driver when operating in full electric mode. Maintenance costs are low and Toyota reckon that careful drivers should be able to complete up to half of their urban trips in electric mode. Two years ago Toyota president Akio Toyoda issued a company-wide

decree for ‘no more boring cars’ and it looks very much like his designers have certainly listened to his order. Thanks to Toyota’s new Global Architecture (TNGA) we are now seeing some really classy cars coming from the Japanese company. Available in 1.6 and 1.8-litre versions. Prices start at €25,685 for the Luna, which is described as the best value. Then there is the Luna Sport, which naturally is the sportiest. My test car was the Sol, which is the most stylish and starts at €31,705. Road tax is €180. There are attractive 192 PCP offers available with prices from €215 per month for the saloon version. I liked Toyota’s advertising strap-line ‘Designed for the city, built to go further.’ In

a new car every week I am always checking for the buttons to open the fuel cap and boot; in the saloon version they are located near each

other at the corner of the driver’s seat. The Corolla looked great and was very comfortable to travel in. It’s as quiet as a mouse on the road and naturally

frugal. We are going to see a lot of Hybrid cars before Ireland turns fully electric. The only complaint is that Apple CarPlay is not available.

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Ford’s Mustang Bullitt attracts all the attention Seán Creedon

who played the part of Lieutenant Frank NORMALLY I try and live Bullitt, drove the Ford Mustang himself in all of a fairly low-profile life, the famous car chases but after a week driving through the streets of San the new ‘Bullitt’ version Francisco. of the Ford Mustang I This time round it was a have a fair idea of what’s Highland Green-coloured it’s like to be a celebrity with everybody staring at 5.0-litre ‘Bullitt’ with 460 brake horse power. As you everywhere you go. you approach the car it Three years ago, Ford introduced their Mustang looks black, but up close there is no mistaking the to Ireland for the first time. I got an opportunity colour. Red-painted brake callipers add to the classy to drive the car around the Mondello Race Track, look. Last week the weather which was interesting to was good and I saw a few say the least. people with their car roofs Everywhere I went down. But the Bullitt had people wanted to talk a soft top, which could not about the car and take be adjusted. a photograph of it. One My wife, who can be morning when I was critical of car seats, said parking the car a fellow she found the passenger motorist asked me to seat very comfortable. rev the engine and he recorded the sound on his I liked the interior, which was typical Ford mobile phone so that his friend on the other end of with the controls on the the phone line could hear infotainment centre really easy to use. It has a the roar of the engine. good old-fashioned style In 2016 ago I drove a handbrake and the gear 2.3-litre yellow version shift came with a white and there was also a cue-ball look. red coloured 5.0-litre There is room in the available back then. back for two passengers, Last year Ford but not much legroom. introduced a ‘Bullitt’ The boot is a decent size, version of the Mustang but no spare wheel. A very to celebrate the 50th long bonnet means that anniversary of the film of you certainly need to give the same name. yourself plenty of room Steve McQueen,

when doing a turning circle. Three years ago, Ford invited the Irish motor writers to watch a re-run of the ‘Bullitt’ film. In addition to the famous car chase what I also remembered from the film is McQueen going into restaurants to use a phone. No mobile phones, even in the USA in 1968. Ford probably realise that there won’t be too many customers in Last year Ford introduced a ‘Bullitt’ version of the Mustang to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the film. Ireland, who can afford a Mustang, but Irish ‘petrol heads’ deserve to see the car. Last week I was amazed at the number of young boys who gazed in awe at the car. Little did they realise that they probably would need their own petrol pump in the driveway to keep petrol in the tank. But to the fair fuel consumption if not bad on the open road, just poor in urban driving. It’s a joy to behold, but I am probably a bit too old for a Mustang at this stage of my life. Prices for the Eco Boost version start at €49,896, while the Bullitt version starts at €73,092. For those of you Limited interested in the audio, you get a Bang & Olufsen Stock Audio System.

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Have a summer camp at home MANY families will have booked summer camp places for the kids and it’s a great way of ensuring they have structured, funfilled days while they’re off school. However, there’s a lot of hours in the day and the camps don’t last forever so it’s worth thinking about putting together a mini doit-yourself holiday camp at home. Your DIY summer camp can combine classic camp activities and home-based fun to keep the little 'uns busy and happy all season long. Whether you're teaching them about the world by getting them involved in preparing a week's worth of international cuisine, or drawing them into your latest kids' playroom project, you can keep them active and interested right up to when the holidays end. Here's a few tips and activity ideas to help you stage the perfect DIY summer camp.

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activities could include: • Encourage kids to research new cuisine, maybe from their pals' countries of origin. Then plan and present a week of dinners, with each meal hailing from a different country. Kids will learn cooking skills, interesting information about other cultures and the basics of grocery shopping on a budget. • Planting and nurturing a vegetable garden. Children learn horticulture and how to choose and raise healthy food items. • Doing some volunteer work. Even the youngest tot can learn to help others. Whether it's just visiting a senior citizens' center and playing games with the seniors, or helping serve at a food kitchen, volunteer work teaches children the importance of - and the satisfaction provided by helping others. With a little creativity and plenty of planning, you can recreate the best benefits of summer camp in your very own home.

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My Wife is Married to a Feckin’ Eejit MY Wife is Married to a Feckin’ Eejit is the hilarious debut from one of Ireland’s funniest comedians. This October, Gill Books will publish Bernard O’Shea’s first book.

About The Author BERNARD O’Shea is an Irish comedian and broadcaster from Durrow, Co Laois. On radio, he has written sketches for TodayFM and co-hosted two breakfast shows on 2FM and iRadio. On television he first made his name on RTÉ’s Republic of Telly, co-wrote and co-starred in the sitcom Bridget & Eamon, and more recently can be seen in Marty and Bernard’s Big Adventure. He currently lives in Dublin with his long-suffering wife and three children, and is a full-time comedy writer and performer.

‘My Wife is Married to a Feckin’ Eejit’ will hit the shelves on Friday, October 11 and is available to pre-order. Relationships aren’t easy, something Bernard knows all too well. Especially when your wife – after nearly 12 years of fights and flights, holiday disasters and tantrums – has nicknamed you ‘The Feckin’ Eejit’. If you thought your marriage was hard, wait until you see theirs! When Bernard asked his wife Lorna to tell him the top three most-stupid things he’d ever done, she listed off 20! From the time Bernard walked into a glass door on their first holiday together, to the ‘The Great Dishwasher Row of 2009’; his various attempts at weight loss; the trials of grocery shopping with children; leaving his Christmas shopping until the last minute; a disastrous caravan holiday in rural Ireland; dyeing all their clothes shades of green, and his hopeless attempts at DIY! For Bernard, life is a lazy adventure. For his wife Lorna, it’s more of an endurance race – juggling three young children and Bernard’s ‘eejitry’. It’s not always easy! My Wife is Married to a Feckin’ Eejit is the laughout -loud account of the trials and tribulations of family life, made all the harder when you’re married to a Feckin’ Eejit! My Wife is Married to a Feckin’ Eejit will be priced at €16.99.

Book festival writerin-residence revealed THE Red Line Book Festival has announced that writer Lisa Harding has been appointed as the festival’s inaugural Writer-in-Residence. Harding was selected for the role following an open call for applications earlier this year and will begin the 10-week residency in August. Over the course of the residency, she will work alongside local communities in South Dublin County to explore the theme of Looking Up, with a view to collaborating on a piece that will be presented at the 2019 Red Line Book Festival, which returns from October 7 - October 13. Lisa Harding’s critically acclaimed

novel ‘Harvesting’ was awarded the Kate O’Brien Award, nominated for best newcomer at the Irish Book Awards and shortlisted for the Kerry group Irish Novel. The book has been optioned for film. As well as being an author, Harding comes from a performance background and is a play-wright. She has performed at the Abbey, the Gate, the Lyric, and the Manchester Library, among others. She received an MPhil in creative writing from Trinity College Dublin in 2014. Her short stories have been published in the Dublin Review, the Bath Short Story Anthology and HeadStuff. Her plays include

Starving, And All Because, and Playground. Lisa said: “I’m very honoured and excited to take on the role of the inaugural Writerin-Residence and engage with groups and communities in South Dublin County. “The Red Line Book Festival team were early supporters of my work, so it is fantastic to be involved in this new capacity.” The Red Line Book Festival is an initiative of South Dublin County Council. Held in October each year, the festival celebrates the very best in local, national and international writing. Taking place in venues across South County Dublin, the Red Line

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Forum held on remote working MINISTER for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Heather Humphreys, together with Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment, Richard Bruton, hosted a consultation forum on remote working last week.  The event, which was attended by enterprise, academia, policymakers and relevant interest groups, included a keynote address from Ben Wainwright of Abodoo. The forum was undertaken as part of Future Jobs Ireland, the whole-of-Government plan to prepare our business and workers for the future. The aim of the forum was to provide key insights for a new piece of research on remote working, which will ultimately feed into new Government policy in the area. The research will seek to understand the prevalence and types of remote working arrangements within the Irish workforce, the attitudes towards such

arrangements, and the factors which influence employers and employees to partake in such arrangements. Pillar 4 of Future Jobs Ireland is focused on increasing participation in the labour force. Flexible working solutions, such as remote working, could improve labour market participation, particularly among parents with young children, as well as those with caring responsibilities, older people and people with disabilities. Under this pillar, further actions are being progressed, including the provision of high-quality and affordable childcare services and improving incentives to participate in the labour force. Minister Humphreys said: “As we approach full employment, there is no doubt that increasing labour force participation will be good for the economy. “However, this isn’t just about the economy: it’s also about the wellbeing of our people. We spend

a huge proportion of our lives at work and striking a sustainable work-life balance can often be challenging, particularly for workers who have long commutes.� Minister Humphreys said productivity for workers should never be about working more for less. “It should be about working better for more,� she added. “That’s why, as part of Future Jobs Ireland, we are developing new Government policy on remote working.� Meanwhile, Minister Bruton said highspeed connectivity will transform opportunities in rural Ireland. “It will drive entirely new models of service in health, in education and in enterprise that will help communities to carve out new economic activities,� he said. “People will work remotely, receive services in their own homes, have access to technologies that make for smarter living, smarter learning, smarter The aim of the forum was to provide key insights for a new piece of research on remote working, which will farming and smarter ultimately feed into new Government policy in the area. PHOTO: BIGSTOCK business.�

Small Firms Association welcomes fund to enhance productivity THE Small Firms Association (SFA) has welcomed the announcement of â‚Ź3 million LEO Funds to enhance the productivity of small firms in every region, as part of the Future Jobs Strategy, announced by Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Heather Humphreys. Sven Spollen-Behrens of the Small Firms Association

said: “The LEO Competitive Fund and the Competitive Pilot Scheme will support small businesses in their Brexit readiness and enhance productivity by stimulating research and innovation and promoting lean business practices. “These funds are needed to address the lagging productivity of our domestic firms and reduce our increasing reliance on multinationals.�

The SFA also welcomed the Government’s announcement that it is developing a major new policy on SMEs and entrepreneurship under Future Jobs Ireland. “It is clear to those of us working with small businesses that more can be done to improve the design and implementation of national SME and entrepreneurship policies and programmes,� said

Sven Spollen-Behrens. “The SFA is calling for a national Small Business Strategy that places a clear focus on the 98 percent of businesses employing half the private sector workforce, which are the lifeblood of towns and villages around the country. “It is time for a plan to boost the number and performance of small businesses.�

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PLANNING DUBLIN Fingal County Council I, Gerry Ryan, intend to apply for full planning permission for proposed new single storey Granny Flat extension to the side of the existing dwelling, minor alterations to the existing dwelling and all associated site works at No. 7 Blackwood Close, Ongar Chase, Dublin 15. The planning application may be inspected or purchased at a fee not exceeding the reasonable cost of making a copy, at the offices of the planning authority during its public opening hours and a submission or observation in relation to the application may be made in writing to the Planning Authority 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, Cuisle Properties Ltd intend to apply for planning permission for the development at this site 23/24 Rutland Place North, Dublin 1. The Proposed development consist of the demolition of a single storey flat roof storage building, the construction of a two storey 6 bedroom Dwelling House with car parking for two cars to the rear of the dwelling and including new steel and timber entrance gates for pedestrian and vehicular access with access to the rear which will have landscaped gardens and will include all ancillary site development works and services. The planning application may be inspected or purchased at a fee not exceeding the reasonable cost of making a copy, at the offices of Dublin City Council, Planning Department, Block 4, Ground Floor, Civic Offices, Wood Quay, Dublin 8 during its public opening hours (9.00a.m.- 4.30p.m.).A submission or observation in relation to the application may be made in writing to the planning authority on payment of the prescribed fee (€20.00) within the period of 5 weeks beginning on the date of receipt by the authority of the application, and such submissions or observations will be considered by the planning authority in making a decision on the application. The planning authority may grant permission subject to or without conditions, or may refuse to grant permission.

PLANNING DUBLIN Dublin City Council I, Frank Broderick , intend to apply for permission for development at 94 St. Mobhi Road, Glasnevin, Dublin 9. The development will consist of demolition and new construction of a) existing front porch and roof b) demolition of rear single storey conservatory and sheds and construction of new replacement single storey kitchen extension at the rear , c) change of use to convert existing side garage into a Granny flat with separate front access for dependant relative and wheelchair accessibility provided, replacement of aluminium windows and doors, new rooflight to main ex. stairs , new front landscaping layout , widening of front gates for safe car access , associated site works , connections and ancillary works. The planning application may be inspected or purchased at a fee not exceeding the reasonable cost of making a copy, at the Dublin City Council Planning Depatment, Block 4, Ground Floor, Civil Offices, Woodquay, Dublin 8 during it’s public opening hours. A submission or observation in relation to the application may be made in writing to the Planning Authority on payment of the prescribed fee (€20) within the period of five weeks beginning on the date of receipt by the Authority of the application and such submission or observation 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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DOWN 2. Its successes and failures are naturally dramatic (7) 3. Irishman’s practical joke on father? (7) 4. Take elementary cover in a hurry, perhaps (3,3,7) 6. E.g. spare omen (7) 7. Communist leader with auburn hair? (7) 8. Three of them in company show great approval (6) 13. Bring into cultivation - miracle transformation! (7) 14. Grabs neckbands (7) 15. It’s all right to have a lot around to examine (4,2) 16. Judy down in fist-fight? (5-2) 17. Do a cure in South America (7)

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DOWN 2. Brass-worker (7) 3. Irksome (7) 4. Wish impossibly (3,3,3,4) 6. Eastern European (7) 7. Interminable (7) 8. Cruelty (6) 13. Happy (7) 14. Atone for (7) 15. Flee (6) 16. Account for (7) 17. Extract (4,3)

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Crossword Answers July 24th CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS Across: 1 Stop work; 5 Spur; 9 Left; 10 In the end; 11 Strip; 12 Operate; 13 Reckless speed; 18 Call over; 19 Nous; 20 Adamant; 21 Chide; 22 Must; 23 Trumpery. Down: 2 Theatre; 3 Patrick; 4 Run for shelter; 6 Presage; 7 Redhead; 8 Cheers; 13 Reclaim; 14 Collars; 15 Look at; 16 Punch-up; 17 Ecuador.

SUPERHERO SUMMER IN DUBLIN

QUICK SOLUTIONS Across: 1 Obstruct; 5 Free; 9 Bald; 10 Bypassed; 11 Bijou; 12 Orifice; 13 Presentiments; 18 Expected; 19 Poke; 20 Shampoo; 21 Talon; 22 Deep; 23 Insanity. Down: 2 Brazier; 3 Tedious; 4 Cry for the moon; 6 Russian; 7 Endless; 8 Sadism; 13 Pleased; 14 Expiate; 15 Escape; 16 Explain; 17 Take out.

DublinTown’s Summer in Dublin campaign will see Henry Street and the newly pedestrianized Suffolk Street animated with a range of superhero-themed, free, family entertainment between 1pm and 5pm each Saturday during the summer. Families can enjoy activities such as face painting, music, superhero characters, balloons, giant games and a novelty photobooth – all for free. The next events take place on Henry Street on July 27 and on Suffolk Street on August 3.

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FOSSETT’S AT TAYTO PARK

Tayto Park has once again teamed up with Fossetts to present an impressive new show of spectacular circus entertainment. Located in Ashbourne, visitors to The Show by Fossett’s at Tayto Park will step into a magical world and experience a variety of incredible and daring acts including jugglers, wire walkers, aerial acrobats and comedy. Mrs Brown’s Star, Richie Hayes, will take centre stage at the 30 metre Circus Big Top as Ringmaster. Admission to the show is included with the purchase of a Tayto Park wristband and there’s 40-minute performances each day at 1.30pm, 3pm and 4.30pm.

HOTTER THAN JULY

This a free, family-friendly world music festival taking place in Smithfield Square, celebrating the cultural diversity of Dublin city through music and dance from around the world. Visitors can enjoy a musical kaleidoscope of feel-good rhythms and grooving melodies, with food traders and fun interactive workshops adding to this perfect day out celebrating ‘summer in the city'. Hotter Than July opens with a bang at 3pm, as Maracatu Ilha Brilhate get the party started with their procession of traditional Brazilian ‘Maracatu' drumming, and the festival wraps up at 9pm.

FESTIVAL OF RUNNING

The Irish Life Health Festival of Running will take place in Santry Park on Sunday, July 28. Organised by Athletics Ireland, the festival will include a One Mile Fun Run (11.45am) for children and a 3km Run (12.15pm) in Santry Park with all races finishing on the home straight of the Morton Stadium track before the start of the Irish Life Health national track and field championships. You can register online for the events. For more information visit Jessie Barr pictured at the launch of www.athleticsireland.ie the Festival of Running. PHOTO: SPORTSFILE

IRISH YOUTH WIND ENSEMBLE

Over 70 of Ireland’s finest young wind, brass and percussion players have been selected to play in this year’s Irish Youth Wind Ensemble as they bring their national tour to the O’Reilly Theatre, Belvedere College, Dublin on Saturday, July 27 (6.30pm). Tickets are €20/€10 concession and are on sale now from takeyourseats. ie (O’Reilly Theatre) and will also be available on the door for the concert. Visit www.iywe.ie for more details.

MISS BURLESQUE IRELAND

This Saturday, July 27 at Liberty Hall, Eden Quay, entertainers will take to the stage to compete in the 2019 Miss Burlesque Ireland competition. The competition has three rounds, a Red Carpet Parade where the contestants show off their performance personalities through their extravagant costumes; the Traditional round which celebrates the roots of burlesque from the 1880s to the early 1960s; and finally the Unique round in which the performers can choose any style and incorporate props and tricks to make their performances truly spectacular. Tickets are available now via www. missburlesqueireland.com

For the first time in its history, the National Gallery of Ireland displays a collection of print portfolios produced by artists associated with the Bauhaus. Celebrating the centenary of the pioneering school, Bauhaus 100: The Print Portfolios runs until December 1. The set of four important Bauhaus portfolios are on loan from Germany’s renowned Staatsgalerie Stuttgart. They reveal an impressive range of approaches and print techniques, created by the wealth of visionary artists associated with the Bauhaus. Over 50 prints by 45 influential artists feature, with work by Paul Klee, Max Beckmann, Wassily Kandinsky, Marc Chagall, Lyonel Feininger, Giorgio de Chirico and Natalia Goncharova Admission is free. See www. nationalgallery.ie for full details.

GALVANISE

Galvanise is a new body of work by artist James L Hayes, the work presented in both galleries at MART in Rathmines aims to re-establish and re-introduce the concerns of modernist sculptural language. Hayes explores aspects of the casting process as a means to interrogate the boundaries between artist and artisan, the ‘ready-made’ and the ‘art object’, whilst also referencing industrial art production and commodification. References to important creative influences, such as Welsh artist Barry Flanagan and US based art historian and critic Rosalind Krauss are central to the exhibition.


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From The Archives

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

The old Sutton Cinema, which is now a supermarket.

Joe and Emer Costello pictured on their wedding day, 2003. PHOTO BY DARREN KINSELLA

Irish Independent, July 10th 1919.

Irish Press, July 10th 1987.

Freemans Jounral, July 5th 1838.

Freemans Journal, July 27th 1829.

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