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Pictured at the launch was Lord Mayor Paul McAuliffe with prevoius winners of the Dublin City Liffey Swim Siobhan O’Driscoll, Sandra Trappe, Mary Rose Keeegan, Declan Proctor, Brian O’Dwyer and Robert Clarke with one of the city’s last remaining tram carriages. PHOTO: JASON CLARKE
A DUBLIN tradition dating back 100 years is taking place this Saturday and it’s expected to attract thousands of spectators to the banks of the River Liffey. The centenary Jones Engineering Dublin City Liffey Swim is being marked by An Post with a special postage stamp featuring the famous Jack B Yeats painting of the event and there were replicas at last week’s launch event (pictured above). Over 600 swimmers are expected to take part in this year’s competition, with participants travelling from all over the world to take part in the historic race. The swim will begin at Watling Street Bridge and end at Custom House Quay, with the men’s swim race kicking off at 12pm and the women’s race beginning at 1pm. Continued on page 2
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Setback for city project Continued from page 1
The swim takes place on Saturday August, 3. PHOTO: JASON CLARKE Continued from page 1 featuring actors in period costume, replicating the Jack B Yeats iconic 1923 Competitors will painting ‘The Liffey Swim’ race 2,200 metres alongside with one of downstream underneath Dublin’s last remaining the key bridges of Dublin vintage tram carriages. City, cheered on by Lord Mayor of Dublin thousands of spectators. Paul McAuliffe, will have Chief Executive of Jones the privilege of starting Engineering, Jim Curley, An impression of the Cultural Quarter at Parnell Square. both the men’s and said his company had women’s races this year. is now being currently be seeking this from the so badly needed,” Cllr something of a shared Paschal Donohoe to “I’m also celebrating a examined. CEO." Boylan said. history with the Liffey follow through with 100th birthday party in He told them the Problems identified “It is deeply Swim. capital funding. the Mansion House for council would be with obtaining private disappointing that there “Jones Engineering was “Having a functioning this great occasion after established in 1890 and library in our capital city is now a funding impasse fundraising included the proceeding with the the race,” he said. and a further delay in the scale of funding required construction of the 30 years later the first shouldn’t be dependent “Dublin was a much compared to sums raised new €80 million library delivery of this project. Liffey Swim took place,” on philanthropic different city since then, building but planned previously for other “This raises serious he said. funding. This is a bad but the Liffey Swim has works to the Georgian “Over the next 100 outcome for the city and questions about whether cultural projects and held its special place in houses and a public intense competition for years, while we worked some leadership needs to this was the appropriate the heart of Dubliners. I plaza would be deferred on iconic buildings philanthropic funding funding model from the be shown here.” encourage everyone to from high profile national and completed at a later beginning. throughout Dublin, we Sinn Féin councillor come along and be part of "I welcome the decision cultural projects based in stage. watched and cheered as Janice Boylan also this unique spectacle.” To date €4.8 million has swimmers took up the Dublin. of Dublin City Council described the news as been provided as seed However, the Parnell Chief Executive Owen challenge of swimming "deeply disappointing". funding for the project Square Foundation Keegan to proceed with 2.2km through the heart "The development Contact our by Kennedy Wilson council representatives the Central Library of the city. of the Parnell Square Sales Team at (compared to an original believe the obstacles element of the plan. “It’s been a century of Cultural Quarter has commitment of €2.5m) aren’t necessarily happy memories. We are long been signalled as an However, a cloud now and a further €1.7 million very proud to be the title insurmountable and hangs over the whole important development by Dublin City Council. the council says it’s plan and we will need sponsors of this swim, for our city, especially The Cultural Quarter more information on the committed to delivering which has a special place the north centre city is the second major way forward and we will the full Parnell Square in the heart of Dubliners where regeneration is Cultural Quarter project. Northside project with and a special connection questions surrounding it to our own history.” In his letter to PROFESSIONAL this year after problems councillors, Owen To celebrate the launch FLOOR SANDING with the redevelopment Keegan says a staged of the 100th Liffey Swim, L AND of Phibsboro Shopping approach to the a photocall took place E R I Expert FLOOR Centre recently emerged. at Custom House Quay delivery of the project OF
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there is no guarantee it will be successful. The Council has vowed that development of the library will go ahead, but the other elements of the project including a public plaza space and restoration of Georgian houses have been shelved. The project is overseen by the Parnell Square Foundation, a charitable trust set up to raise funds and finance the project with the support of Dublin City Council and property company, Kennedy Wilson. The funding model needed 55 percent of the project to be funded by private philanthropy through the Foundation but consultants have identified a number of obstacles to a successful private fundraising campaign. Dublin City Council chief executive, Owen Keegan, has written to city councillors to inform them of developments, which he’s described as “most disappointing and unwelcome”. Councillor for CabraGlasnevin, Cllr Gary Gannon (SD), called the news “disappointing but somewhat unsurprising”. “This was an integral development to revitalising the Northside of the city,” he said. “It’s time for this project to be taken in house by Dublin City Council and for Minister
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Passenger thanks airport lifesavers THE value of lifesaving defibrillators was highlighted at Dublin Airport recently when a passenger returned to thank the first responders he owes his life to. David McMillan was travelling with his companion Alastair Hamilton to Uganda last October when he began to feel unwell and then collapsed. Dublin Airport police and fire officers trained in CPR and defibrillator use responded immediately using one of the 50 defibrillators located around the airport to administer a series of shocks to revive him. David was then brought to the Mater Hospital where his journey back to recovery began. “I literally survived to tell the tale because of the swift action and professional training of the airport’s first responders Sgt Keith Pedreschi and Paramedic Brendan Conway,” he said. “I’m here today because of them and I want to
sincerely thank them and all those at Dublin Airport who took such good care of me.” David was at Dublin Airport to complete the journey to Uganda that he had intended to take last October and he wanted to thank those who had saved his life. “I know that, had this event occurred while I was travelling to the airport or even while on board the aircraft, the outcome could have been very different,” he said. “It really is wonderful to be here today and have the opportunity to thank my life savers in person.” Dublin Airport’s defibrillator and CPR programme has saved 28 lives since it was first introduced in 2003. Dublin Airport Chief Fire Officer Gerry Keogh said it is hugely rewarding when a passenger walks through the door to thank them for saving his life. “The airport defibrillator programme began in 2003 and since then not
only have we managed to save 28 lives, but we have also raised CPR and defibrillator awareness both in Dublin Airport and with the 100 other companies located on the campus,” he said. “We are delighted to welcome David and Alastair back to Dublin Airport. It’s a testament to the training, professionalism and team work of airport first responders that David is here today, looking fit and well, and in a position to meet those who saved his life.” The emergency response for cardiac arrest training has also been rolled out to 15 taxi drivers that operate at Dublin Airport. Dublin Airport has also funded defibrillators for several local organisation through its €10 million Community Fund. The fund will re-open for submissions on September 1 and application forms are available from www. dublinairport.com/ Alastair Hamilton, Brendan Conway, Dublin Airport Fire Service, David McMillan, Keith Pedreschi, Dublin Airport community-fund. Police Service and Gerry Keogh, Chief Fire Officer Dublin Airport at Dublin Airport.
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Rental crisis is a barrier to third level education TONY McCULLAGH Editor Dublin People Group email@example.com
THERE was an interesting contribution to the rental crisis debate on Ciara Kelly’s ‘Lunchtime Live’ radio programme on Newstalk last week. President of DCU Students’ Union, Christine Farrell, was on the show to elaborate on her earlier tweet criticising accommodation costs. She highlighted the fact that one provider was asking students for a weekly rent of €330 for a private studio flat. ‘Cluster rooms’ – whatever they are – were available from €230 per week.
The fact that these units were being specifically aimed at students was difficult to comprehend. Even a professional worker on a modest wage would find it difficult to find over €17,000 to pay the annual rent. At €1,400 per month, it would be the equivalent of a mortgage payment on a fairly substantial family home. The reality is that most students are not from wealthy backgrounds and are still heavily reliant on financial support from their parents. Many have part-time jobs to help fund their day to day living expenses or enjoy the social life that comes with being a student. In the final year of a course, it can be difficult to balance working in a restaurant, bar or shop with achieving academic success in exams. For some of these young people, financial stress and pressure to study
Finding suitable student accommodation is challenging. PHOTO: BIGSTOCK can negatively impact on their mental health. While the rental crisis is a national one, it is most acutely felt in Dublin. There are stories of students enduring hellish commutes to attend college in Dublin as renting is simply not an option for them. Others are forced to live in substandard, crowded accommodation during the academic year. In recent decades, so much progress has been made in removing traditional barriers to third level
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Finglas film picks up award EFFORT Project in Finglas has been awarded the runner up prize in the Junior Category at the Irish Cancer Society X-HALE Youth Awards 2019. The group scooped the award for its short animated film ‘Yup the Boyz’ which was showcased at a recent event in the Helix Theatre in DCU. Fellow Dublin groups, Blanchardstown
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their communities. “While smoking rates have declined in recent years, there is a still huge amount of work to do to prevent young people from taking up smoking and supporting those who do, to quit. “That is why it is so inspiring to see young people coming together to campaign on against tobacco at local, national and European level. Ultimately, we want to see this leading to a completely smoke-free generation.” This is the ninth year of the X-HALE programme, a youth smoking prevention initiative of the Irish Cancer Society. The programme aims to de-normalise smoking and encourage young people to drive the movement towards a tobacco free generation. For further information and to watch the entries visit www.cancer.ie/ xhale.
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Dublin Port plan is lodged DUBLIN Port Company is lodging an application with An Bord Pleanála for permission for projects in the second stage of its masterplan. The MP2 Project is the second major capital development project from the Port’s Masterplan 2040. It follows consultation with stakeholders, including the local community, customers, State agencies, Government departments and other public bodies. Public information days were held in local communities last week with details of the proposed development plans on view. The MP2 Project involves an application for a 15-year permission for phased development works within existing port lands in the north eastern part of the port estate. Key elements of the plan include a roll-on roll-off jetty for ferries up to 240m-long,
lengthening an existing berth for container ships, redeveloping an oil berth to enable it to handle container traffic, the consolidation of passenger terminal buildings and re-orienting another existing berth. The application for permission, the Environmental Impact Assessment Report and the Natura Impact Statement, is available to inspect during public opening hours for seven weeks from July 19 at: The Offices of An Bord Pleanála 64 Marlborough Street, Dublin 1; The Offices of Dublin City Council, Civic Offices, Woodquay, Dublin 8; and The Offices of Dublin Port Company, Port Centre, Dublin Port, Alexandra Road, Dublin 1. The application may also be viewed/ downloaded from the project website: www. dublinportmp2.ie In the event that permission is granted
for the MP2 Project, a community gain initiative is also proposed as part of the application. This would see Dublin Port Company establish a €1 million trust fund for Dublin City Council to develop a city farm in the vicinity of the Port, intended to enhance the local community and benefit the wider city through educational, volunteering and collaboration opportunities. In addition, Dublin Port Company would establish a €1 million trust fund for St Joseph’s Co-Ed Primary School in East Wall, intended to benefit the school community closest to the development site. The MP2 Project also includes provision for a publicly accessible Heritage Zone at the eastern end of the Port. This will include a new structure or ‘Marker’ incorporating the original lighthouse bell and lantern from the pier
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Green flags for Northside parks A NUMBER of Northside parks and green spaces have received Green Flag awards for 2019. A total of 60 Irish parks and gardens were presented with the awards, which recognise and encourage good quality parks and green spaces that are managed in environmentally sustainable ways. Poppintree Park and Blessington Street Park were amongst five Dublin City Council parks to
receive awards while Millennium Park and Santry Demesne, which are managed by Fingal County Council, were also awarded Green Flags. Mayor of Fingal Cllr Eoghan O’Brien said he was immensely proud that five parks across Fingal were awarded the prestigious Green Flag. “It is a testament to the hard work and dedication of the council staff who ensure that the parks continue to be wonderful
amenities for everyone who live and visit the County,” he added. “The very fact that the parks are located right across Fingal shows the scale of the task involved in maintaining the demesnes and it is great to see them receive this deserved recognition.” Grangegorman Military Cemetery and Phoenix Park were amongst nine Office of Public Works (OPW) sites also awarded a Green Flag for 2019.
The Phoenix Park at 707 hectares is one of the largest enclosed recreational spaces within any European capital city. The Park was established in 1662 as a Royal Deer Park by James Butler, Duke of Ormond, on behalf of King Charles II and is 11km in length and has 22kms of roads. In addition to the Green Flag award, Ashtown Walled Garden in Phoenix Park won the overall ‘Walled Garden Category’
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in the 2019 Green Flag for Parks Pollinator Project Award. Ireland’s largest Military Cemetery, Grangegorman Military Cemetery, was opened in 1876 to serve as a graveyard for the soldiers and their families, of what was then Marlborough Barracks (now McKee Barracks). It’s an oasis of peace and tranquillity, a near picture perfect Victorian garden cemetery. The mature tree collection of over 26
species in this small site adds to its solemn and reflective atmosphere. The graveyard contains 600 military burials, including a memorial to the Unknown Soldier and 140 service men that lost their lives with the sinking of the RMS Leinster mail boat off the coast of Dublin. Minister of State for the OPW, Kevin ‘Boxer’ Moran, said he was delighted to see that the OPW had been awarded the flags.
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Checking a childcare facility LAST week’s ‘RTÉ Investigates’ documentary on a Northside childcare facility has caused concern for parents, and many have questions about their own children’s care. To address some of the issues raised in the programme, Karen Clince from Castleknock, who is CEO and founder of Tigers Childcare, has come up with some timely advice to help parents assess their own children’s care facilities. “A good quality childcare setting will understand that we are caring for your most prized possession and will treat you accordingly,” says Karen. “You should be encouraged to ask questions until you feel comfortable with its staff and its practices. Knowledge can lead to empowerment in making the right choice for your children.” So what questions should parents ask and what are potential red flags? Let’s take a look. WHO IS MY CHILD’S CARER AND WHAT IS THEIR QUALIFICATION? You should know at every stage who is caring for your child and their qualification and experience WHO IS MY CHILD’S KEY WORKER?
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will help you become accustomed to the general feel or ethos of a service. CAN I VISIT ANY TIME I LIKE? There should be an open-door policy where you can enter a setting at any stage. CAN I SEE THE PLAY ITEMS FOR MY CHILD? Play should always be central to your child's day. The classroom should contain items at the child's level and there should be an abundance of materials in good working order. IS THERE A RELAXATION AREA? There should be areas in a room for relaxation as well as play. DO YOU USE BOUNCERS AND WHAT ARE THEY USED FOR? In most good facilities there are no bouncers.
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should be happy communal events where all children sit together. Once a child can sit HOW ARE CHILDREN unaided they should be SETTLED FOR SLEEP sitting at a table enjoying TIME AND COMFORTED this occasion. WHAT ABOUT IF DISTRESSED? PRACTICES FOR Sleep and rest should WHAT IS THE ART AND NAPPY CHANGING AND CLASSWORK PLAN? be led by the individual child's needs and not the FEEDING? HOW OFTEN Children should ARE THEY CHANGED, service’s needs. be encouraged to be WHAT IS THE ROUTINE, individuals and class and You should ask how HOW LONG IS TAKEN? children are settled and artwork should not be Good nappy changing the policy on children repetitive. should not be a conveyer who get upset or cry. A perfect wall display belt of children but an shows that children important opportunity CAN I STAY UNTIL HE/ were not allowed selffor individual care SHE IS SETTLED IN? expression. You should time - songs, lessons in You should be see the child’s work and handwashing, finger and not the adults. encouraged to stay toe counting. should you wish to Similarly food times during settling in. This HOW ARE STAFF
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Ballymun declares war on litter BALLYMUN locals turned out in force last week to voice their determination to rid the area’s reputation as a litter blackspot. The latest Irish Business Against Litter (IBAL) report published in June placed Ballymun last in a list of 40 areas and declared Ballymun to be a ‘litter blackspot’ – the first time the grade has been used in the report in three
years. The car park at Ballymun Shopping Centre was described as “a complete eye-sore right in the centre of Ballymun” while Balbutcher Lane wasn’t just littered but subject to illegal dumping, as was Shangan Road. The report came as a blow to locals, many of whom work tirelessly to keep the area clean. However, some parts of
Ballymun suffer from illegal dumping with a tiny minority undoing the good work carried out by volunteers. Last week almost 100 people turned up to a packed public meeting determined to improve the area’s image. The meeting was organised jointly by Dublin City Council and The Ballymun Tidy Towns Committee.
“It was great to see so many local people coming together to respond to the IBAL report”, said local TD Róisín Shortall, who attended the meeting. “People identified the many positive improvements in the area but they also identified the black spots and everyone was agreed on the urgent need to tackle these. “Dumping is an on-going problem and Dublin City
Northside volunteer drivers sought THE Irish Cancer Society has put an urgent call out for volunteer drivers in Dublin to transport patients to their chemotherapy appointments. The Society has seen a nationwide increase of almost one third in the first few months of this year, with an increase of 21 percent in patient bookings across Dublin. Gail Flinter, Patient Travel and Financial Support Manager with
the Irish Cancer Society, said: “We have seen a huge increase in patient referrals across the Dublin area. “To cope with this demand, it is essential that we recruit more volunteers to transport patients to their chemotherapy appointments. “I would appeal to anyone in the Dublin area who has a couple of week days free a month to get in touch.”
Michael Doyle, a volunteer driver from Dublin, said: “When I was diagnosed with cancer, and particularly when I was going through treatment, I realised how important it was to have good support around you. “When I retired I wanted to give something back and volunteering for the driver service a couple of days a month was a no brainer for me.” The Volunteer Driver Service is available to
cancer patients who are undergoing chemotherapy in Beaumont, the Mater Hospital, Connolly Hospital, Tallaght University Hospital, St Vincent’s and St James’s. If you would like to volunteer, or if you are a patient who would like more information, please contact Gail or Laura on the team on 01-2310566 (Gail) or 01 2310594 (Laura), email transport@ irishcancer.ie or visit www.cancer.ie
Council was urged to take stronger action against the offenders. “Some areas look fantastic thanks to the work of residents groups while other areas could do with a lot more help.” There will be a follow-up meeting on September 17 when an action plan will be agreed to
tackle littering and to take steps to improve the appearance and environment of local estates. “Ballymun people are determined to ensure that this negative is turned into a positive, and that next year Ballymun will go up the IBAL ratings,” added Deputy Shortall. Róisín Shortall TD
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Bay City Rollers star to bring Rollermania to Leopardstown
Les McKeown is bringing back all the thrill and excitement of Rollermania.
LES McKeown from Bay City Rollers is bringing all the thrill and excitement of Rollermania to the August 8 Bulmer’s Live at Leopardstown night. Les McKeown was part of what has been described as the classic line-up of the band and in late 1973, recorded lead vocals on ‘Remember (Sha-La-La-La)’. By early 1975, the band was well on the way to achieving global success. Beginning with ‘Remember’, the Rollers’ popularity exploded, and they released a string of hits on the UK chart. Following in succession were ‘Shang-a-Lang’, ‘Summerlove Sensation’ and ‘All of Me Loves All of You’. By early 1975, they were one of the biggest-selling acts in the UK. The successful ‘75 UK tour prompted newspaper
headlines about the rise of ‘Rollermania’ (a take-off on Beatlemania a decade before). The Rollers were the subject of a 20-week UK television series, Shang-a-Lang. A cover of the Four Seasons’ ‘Bye, Bye, Baby’ went to number one in the UK for six weeks in March and April 1975. Performing all the original hits including ‘Bye Bye Baby’, ‘Shanga-Lang’, ‘Remember’, 'Summerlove Sensation' and ‘Give A Little Love' plus many many more, Les also introduces new songs from their latest album Lost Songs. Les McKeown’s Bay City Rollers bring a new energy to all the classic hits and play Bulmer’s Live at Leopardstown on Thursday, August 8. For tickets and hospitality options - go to www. leopardstown.com
TRACK RECORD WITH LES MCKEOWN 1. Most memorable moment in Dublin? Dublin, February 1975, Rollermania had taken over the city and we couldn’t go anywhere, concerts had to be cut short due to the mania that surrounded us that year. 2. Favourite place to visit in Dublin? I’m always finding new places to visit when I am in Dublin, I don’t have one particular place to say “it’s my favourite”.
4. First album you bought and last album you bought? The first album was Pink Floyd - ‘Meddle’ and the last album was Radiohead ‘The Bends’. 5. Who are your influences? The people who influenced me the most were my parents. 6. What three things are on your rider? Chilled water, fresh sandwiches, tea and coffee facilities.
7. Tips on life? Enjoy every minute, it 3. When not performing, won’t be here forever. what else do you do? 8. First person you'd I am very active in my invite to a dinner party management and the and why? organisation of all things I would invite all my related to my work, so closest friends and just most of the time I am in chill out and relax with my office planning and the people I know best. booking the future.
Rodrigo y Gabriela Dublin gets ready to rock ride high on back of new album CASTING has been announced for the brand new 2019/2020 tour of Queen and Ben Elton’s smash hit musical We Will Rock You, which will storm the UK and Ireland from September. Gab’s passionate interest Spring and Summer, Taking on the role of Rodrigo y Gabriela before returning to the UK in Buddhism, the history Galileo is Olivier Award have announced a new and Ireland in September. of human evolution and nominee Ian McIntosh, Autumn tour that will the liberation of the Following their recent who will be joined by include an Olympia potential we have as a Elena Skye in the role of Theatre performance on live on Jimmy Kimmel appearance, the pair also species. Scaramouche. September 19. Conceived and performed on a number Playing Killer Queen With new album of UK TV shows including composed in their is Jennifer O’Leary with ‘Mettavolution’ released Mexican studio, the album Michael McKell as Buddy. Andrew Marr, Sunday to much critical acclaim, Brunch and the One Show. was road-tested in South Adam Strong will take Rodrigo y Gabriela are America before more fine on the role of Khashoggi, Three years in the have also embarked on a tuning resulted in their making, Mettavolution with David-Michael huge US tour with dates latest brilliant work. brings together Rod and Johnson reprising the running throughout the role of Brit and Amy Di Bartolomeo playing Oz. Brian May said: “This is a stunning state-of-the art new-look production, but of course the original story is now more relevant than ever. “We’re confident fans will love revisiting the world’s first true Rock Theatrical, and a whole new generation will now discover the vibe.” Featuring 24 of Queen’s biggest hits and Ben Elton’s hilarious futuristic Rodrigo y Gabriela have announced a new Autumn tour that will include the comedy writing, We Will Olympia Theatre on September 19.
Rock You boasts the scale and spectacle that marked the band’s legendary live performances. This global phenomenon will continue to be one of the most spectacular musicals to tour the United Kingdom and Ireland. The show has seen unprecedented success in theatres and arenas around the world. The nine month tour will see the rock theatrical performed in front of thousands of rock fans. Since 2002 over 15 million theatregoers in 17 countries have been thrilled by We Will Rock You’s awe-inspiring production. Before closing its glorious 12-year run at London’s Dominion Theatre, the show was performed an astonishing 4,600 times. The touring production of We Will Rock You reaches theatres carrying with it an impressive legacy. When it first became news that one of Britain’s most phenomenally successful comedy writers Ben Elton was teaming up
with legends of rock, Queen, for a musical there was much speculation on what such a unique collaboration would turn out. So impressed after attending the original workshop, screen icon Robert De Niro and his company Tribeca came on board as American partners. De Niro continues to support the show, and even made a special visit to London in 2013 to help celebrate the
10th anniversary in style. The announcement of the We Will Rock You UK & Ireland tour follows the smash hit release of the hugely anticipated Queen biopic ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’. The Oscar nominated film, celebrating the career of one of the greatest ever rock bands, has wowed Queen fans. We Will Rock You is in the Dublin Bord Gais Theatre from October 28 to November 2.
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Dublin’s emerging hip-hop scene is aiming to go global DUBLIN’S hip-hop artists are setting their sights on the world domination following the international recognition of some breakthrough artists. TOMMY HICKEY takes a look at how the Dublin rap scene has begun to blossom. In 2017, hip hop overtook pop as America’s most popular genre. In Ireland it sits in fifth place, behind pop, rock, dance and soul. However, it is the fastest growing genre among young people and will surely climb up that list soon. With the internet making the rap world more accessible, more and more Irish rappers are putting their music out there. For Seán Ó Muirgheasa, Dun Laoghaire native and rapper with the Róg Poets group, rap’s explicit nature is where its appeal to the masses lie. “I grew up with a distrust of the system we live in,” he explains. “When I heard rappers speak so critically about modern society, I felt vindicated. They say the things most people only think.” Seán says rap offers a platform to discuss issues that other genres don’t. “My music ranges from observation on politics, society, history, basically the whole world around me,” says Sean. “Though with the Róg Poets the focus is more on the rhythm and the live music experience rather than any particular message.” The feeling of discontent is the only constant in a genre which has been transformed so many times since emerging in the US in the late 1970s. While the direction of the anger is always changing, from politicians to paparazzi to groupies, it remains nonetheless. Coolock rapper Ludacris and his crew Working Class Records held the torch for Irish hip hop through the noughties and into the early teens but never gained much commercial success. Nowadays artists don’t need record labels to gain a platform. This has opened the door to international success for some Irish
Seán Ó Muirgheasa, Dun Laoghaire native and rapper with the Róg Poets. rappers. Versatile, a duo from Ringsend and Sandymount, have been putting up music videos for the last six years. In 2015, their video ‘Mad-Scene’ went viral, reaching over two million views. They rap in their own, distinctly Dublin, accents. Most of their songs now hit over a million views and they have toured all over the UK. Rejjie Snow from Drumcondra took Irish rap to the next level. His debut EP ‘Rejovich’, released in 2013, topped the i-tunes hip hop chart ahead of releases from acclaimed stars such as Kanye West and J Cole. He is now signed to Birdman’s ‘300 Entertainment’ label and is enjoying a highly successful career. Rejjie Snow raps in an American accent and that’s where he draws most of his fanbase. Versatile draw most of their followers from their exceptionally hilarious videos. Dubliner Kojaque is arguably the only out and
out hip-hop act to have a considerable following at home and abroad. His collective Soft Boy Records have been making steady ground thanks to their striking visuals coupled with biting lyrics. His approach to rap reflects the genre’s changing nature. His debut album, ‘Deli Daydreams’, consisted of his private reflections while working behind the deli at Centra. His songs ‘White Noise’ and ‘Eviction Notice’ tackle the many social problems we see in Dublin today. These breakthrough artists did the hard work in carving out a space for Irish hip-hop. Finglas duo Ink and Daf have gained considerable traction from their take on Chicago Drill music while Festivals like Beatyard and Longitude are giving more stage time to our native MCs. Although an RTE hip hop station is still a long way away, Irish hip hop will continue to go from strength to strength. Versatile, a duo from Ringsend and Sandymount.
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During the summer months, we all need a look that reflects the season’s vibrance. Your make up should be a combination of warm, glowing and bronze tones – the perfect trio for summer nights. Achieve this golden goddess look with a simple few sweeps of a single product. The newly revamped wet n wild Color Icon Bronzer comes in four fabulous shades and will give you a beautiful beach-babe bronze all-yearlong. Featuring pearl pigments for a lit-fromwithin gleam, this new gel-infused creampowder hybrid formula will be sure to leave the skin looking luminous with a natural sunkissed glow. Available in four cruelty-free, gluten-free, fragrancefree and vegan shades: Palm Beach Ready, Ticket to Brazil, Sunset Striptease and What Shady Beaches.
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Top tips for the Canary Islands LAST month we took a look at some great things to do on the Canary Islands. The isles are a favourite hotspot with Irish holidaymakers, which is hardly surprising given their quality beaches, superb year-round weather conditions and otherworldly landscapes. Following on from last month’s article, here are a few more things you should check out during your next visit.
EAT AT A MICHELIN STAR
The stars in the Canary Islands are not just in the sky - Tenerife has six Michelin stars spread across five restaurants. The one-starred NUB occupies a beautifully restored colonial building and the tasting menu fuses Italian, Chilean and traditional Canarian flavours. The celebrated Basque chef Martín Berasategui's M.B. sits in the Ritz Carlton Abama hotel and has two Michelin stars. WATCH THE STARS The restaurant is renowned for its The sky of La Palma is one of the interpretation of Spanish cuisine best places in Europe to observe with influences from the Basque the stars, and the Roque de los Muchachos observatory at 2.396 mts Country and a selection of local above sea level is home to one of the ingredients. Rincón de Juan Carlos offers a most extensive fleets of telescopes to choice of à la carte or tasting menus, be found anywhere in the world. with an emphasis on seafood and It boasts a breath-taking view seasonal island-sourced market of a giant volcanic crater 1,500 produce. metres deep, covered in trees and with volcanic rocks in amazing formations. GO WHALE WATCHING AND The observatory organises visits to DIVING A paradise bathed in sunshine, Fuerteventura is perfect for relaxing and water sports. its facilities, and there are stargazing El Hierro is the smallest of the tours by La Palma Astronomy Tours Canary Islands and a true Atlantic which include a delicious 'Tapas and treasure. Declared a World Stars' experience. Biosphere Reserve in 2000, El The experience combines tapas Hierro features a marine reserve and a glass of red and/or white local full of steep drop-offs down to 300 wine with an introduction to the meters, shelves, sandy platforms astronomy and the orientation of and caves. the sky through constellations as As one of the world's dream diving well as insider information from sites, it hosts more than ten top guides. spots full of volcanic features and marine life. It's also the perfect place for whale spotting as different species can be seen all year round. El Hierro is a model of sustainable tourism and fishing, and a renowned clean energy lab which gets almost 50% of its energy from renewable resources.
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With palm-filled valleys, deep ravines and black sand beaches La Gomera is a natural paradise. It is the perfect place for hiking thanks to a network of over 600 kilometres of trails. El Hierro features a marine reserve full of steep drop-offs. The island was awarded World Biosphere Reserve status in 2011, this is thanks to the pristine nature of its marine and terrestrial ecosystems such as the laurel forests of the Garajonay Natural Park. You're free to wander the forests on your own or take a guided tour with local experts.
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Fuerteventura is well known for its 150km of white sand beaches and emerald green waters, a paradise bathed in sunshine, perfect for relaxing and water sports. The North of the island offers world class breaks for surfing but also fewer demanding spots for learners, whereas the South is swept by reliable winds all year round which together with flat seas offer some of the world's best conditions Tenerife has six Michelin stars spread across five for kite and windsurfing. restaurants.
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BOOK OF THE WEEK
The City in Flames About The Author AFTER a successful career as a television writer and producer, working on such series as A Touch of Frost, Midsomer Murders and Between the Lines, Michael Russell decided to write what he had always wanted to: books. The City in Flames is the fifth of his Stefan Gillespie stories of historical crime fiction, taking a sideways look at the Second World War through Irish eyes. Three of the novels have been shortlisted for Crime Writers' Association awards. The books explore some unexpected corners of the war, such as Danzig, New York, Franco’s Spain, and the lives of the small group of Irish people who lived in Berlin through the conflict. But at the heart of the stories is the Dublin of the 1930s and 40s and the countryside of Wicklow. Michael lives in West Wicklow with his family, not a million miles from Stefan Gil-lespie’s family farm. He was born in England and has lived in Ireland for almost 25 years. The City in Flames by Michael Russell is published by Constable.
IT IS 1940. The Battle of Britain is ending. A woman lands on the Scottish coast from a German flying boat and goes to ground, hunted by British Intelligence. In Ireland, Detective Inspector Stefan Gillespie has been suspended from a job in Garda Special Branch that has already brought him very close to a war neutral Ireland supposedly has no part in. Now he is under investigation for reasons he won't explain, working on his father's farm in Wicklow, with the suspicion of betraying his country hanging over his head. A puzzling death in the Wicklow Mountains opens up dark events in the past for his father, David, but Stefan is reluctant to get involved. He has enough on his plate. He seems to be waiting for something. But his father is determined to investigate a crime no one else wants to know about. David Gillespie is convinced something is being covered up and there is an old debt that must be repaid. Then very suddenly, Stefan leaves, with no explanation of where he
New book makes alien claims FROM the American southwest to the pampas of Argentina, from the stark beauty of rural New Zealand to the pastures of southern Ireland and Britain, something insidious stalks farm livestock, harvesting specific organs. Some of these cases have involved the sighting of unknown aerial objects. These craft have been observed abducting animals and the unfortunate beasts’ carcasses have later been found to have had advanced surgical procedures performed upon them. The core of this book focuses on a farm where many hundreds of sheep have been subjected to the cold and calculated attentions of a technically advanced intelligence, for purposes unknown. These unwanted intrusions have also involved similarly horrific processes being visited upon domestic pets around the world.
The authors illustrate that this bone-chilling phenomenon has now appeared in its most sinister manifestation possible: it has emerged from the boundaries of the animal kingdom and materialised in the human realm… Carl Nally and Dermot Butler are the co-founders of UPRI (UAP and Paranormal Research Ireland). They were both born in Dublin and have over two decades of involvement in the research and investigation of UAPs and the paranormal. This is their third book, following ‘Conspiracy of Silence: UFOs in Ireland’ and ‘States of Denial: The Tuskar Rock Incident and Other Mysteries’.
has gone or why. But even in rural Ireland, rumours of assassination and Nazi spies fill the air, leaving Stefan's father to wonder whether his son is in terrible danger. Meanwhile, Stefan is in London, working undercover in a pub for Irish Military Intelligence: The Bedford Arms in Camden, at the heart of London’s Irish community. Run by an alcoholic, bankrupt landlord, it's a wartime refuge for the Irish in London. And while the city shakes under the Blitz, Stefan finds himself in an unlooked-for love affair with Vera Kennedy, an Irishwoman who has her own secrets to hide. But behind closed doors, a different war is being fought. The drunken landlord is not as witless as he seems, and Stefan's mission is under perilous threat, as he comes face to face with the pub’s blackmarket dealings and a blackmailing policeman. When Vera disappears, after heavy bombing in Camden, Stefan discovers that the Nazis are far closer to Camden than he thought. And British Intelligence isn’t far behind.
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Mark Oâ€™Connor, Project Manager, Asset Management and Development Dublin Airport; Conor Carroll, Client Project Owner, Asset Care, Dublin Airport; and Dan Davis, Senior Project Manager IT, Dublin Airport, pictured with the new Automatic Docking Guidance System at the South Gates. airline marshals who guide aircraft onto and off the parking stand. The marshal inputs key information such as the aircraft type and other flight data into the AVDGS, which automatically gauges aircraft clearances, stopping distances and records the exact on and off stand times. These recorded times
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Nissan unveils new green technology for EV motorists NISSAN has called on Irish businesses to reassess their green credentials after unveiling new technology which enables the drivers of electric vehicles (EVs) to use their cars to power their businesses and homes and to feed energy back to the power grid. The innovative Nissan X-Storage technology is a game-changer for Irish businesses who want to reduce their carbon footprint, to become more sustainable and to significantly reduce their operating costs by running a fleet of electric vehicles. Nissan is already using the new technology together with sustainable solar energy to power its new Dublin headquarters at Park West Business Park which were officially opened by the Minister for Communications, Climate
Action and Environment, Richard Bruton. The Nissan X-Storage system which was unveiled at Nissan’s newly refurbished headquarters can also draw energy from the Nissan LEAF electric vehicles parked outside, thanks to their built-in bidirectional charging capacity which makes it possible to supply the energy stored in the car’s battery back to the threestorey building. Nissan is also driving Ireland’s green revolution by expanding its own fleet of electric vehicles. The Nissan LEAF and Nissan ENV200 now account for 60 per cent of the cars that it has on the road. A total of 16 charging points for EV drivers are currently being installed at its new headquarters. New LED lighting has been fitted to reduce
the electrical load on the newly refurbished building. Smart controls have also been installed to ensure that the building is powered down at night and internal bicycle storage facilities have also been provided for employees. Speaking at the opening of Nissan’s new headquarters, James McCarthy, CEO of Nissan Ireland said that it was incumbent on the entire business community in Ireland and all Government departments to start auditing their carbon footprint and to take the necessary steps to reduce it. “Businesses and the Government need to evaluate their environmental credentials including looking at their fleet and company car policies to determine whether they are part of
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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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PRIVATE ADS PRAYERS Dear Sacred Heart of Jesus in the past I Have asked you for many favours. This time I ask this special one (mention). Take it Dear Sacred Heart of Jesus and place it within your own broken heart where your Father sees it. Then in his merciful eyes it will become your prayer not mine Amen. Say this prayer for 3 days promise publication and favour will be granted. Never known to fail. CS Dear Sacred Heart of Jesus in the past I Have asked you for many favours. This time I ask this special one (mention). Take it Dear Sacred Heart of Jesus and place it within your own broken heart where your Father sees it. Then in his merciful eyes it will become your prayer not mine Amen. Say this prayer for 3 days promise publication and favour will be granted. Never known to fail. DL
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PLANNING DUBLIN Dublin City Council Mrs. Elizabeth Geday intends to apply for planning permission for a new 2 storey dwelling attached to the gable end of the existing property at 36 Park Road, Ashtown, Dublin 7. The proposed development shall consist of a new build domestic 2 storey, 2 bedroom house with associated site works attached to the gable end of the existing property. The planning application may be inspected or purchased at a fee not exceeding the reasonable cost of making a copy, at the offices of the Planning Authority during its public opening hours and a submission or observation in relation to the application may be made to the Authority in writing on the payment of the prescribed fee within the period of five weeks beginning on the date of receipt by the Authority of the application.
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PLANNING DUBLIN Dublin City Council I, Anne Marie Doyle intend to apply for planning permission at 114 Sycamore Road, Finglas East, Dublin 11, D11 EH61, for part demolition of the Unit at the end of the rear garden, new tiled pitch roof and alterations to the remainder of the Unit. Removal of the timber framed sunroom to the rear. Alterations and sub-division to the existing end of terrace house to provide for 2 no. 3 bed self-contained residential Units. Alterations consisting of: Unit 1- to the front new entrance gates and driveway, new boundary wall, new porch, velux roof windows and elevational alterations. To the rear - new Kitchen, bathroom and dormer. Unit 2 -to the rear – new bedroom, elevational alterations, new boundary wall and associated works at 114 Sycamore Road, Finglas East, Dublin 11, D11 EH61 The planning application may be inspected or purchased at a fee not exceeding the reasonable cost of making a copy, at the offices of the Planning Authority during its public opening hours and a submission or observation in relation to the application may be made to the Authority in writing on the payment of the prescribed fee within the period of five weeks beginning on the date of receipt by the Authority of the application.
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GLASNEVIN CEMETERY MUSEUM It’s on your bucket list, right? SUMMER SOUNDS
The newly refurbished Victorian bandstand on Bray Seafront is playing host to a series of free concerts that feature big band performances from the Dublin Airport Police & Fire Service Band, Bray Concert Band, Lourdes Brass Band and plenty more. This Sunday, August 4, visitors can enjoy music from the Stedfast Band from 2.30pm.
Did you know that the first week of August is ‘International Clown Week'? No, we didn’t either, but to celebrate, the final event of Summer Sundays on College Green on August 4 will be City Carnival. The performance spaces will see appearances from multi-talented artistes, while the side show will feature an Antique Carousel, Facepainters, Stiltwalkers, Jugglers and Mime Artists. The event this Sunday will also host workshops to give families the chance to try out some basic Circus Skills.
A seemingly unlikely place to visit this summer, but Glasnevin Cemetery is a must and if it isn’t on your bucket list now, it will be!
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Opened in 1832, Glasnevin is Ireland’s national cemetery located only 2.5km from Dublin’s bustling city centre. Over 1.6 million people have been laid to rest in this stunning Victorian Garden Cemetery. Glasnevin Cemetery Museum offers a window into Irish history and the guided tours are filled with enjoyable anecdotes and wry stories that bring it to life.
WAG ‘N’ WALK
Village Vets are hosting a charity dog walk to raise vital funds for My Canine Companion autism service dogs. The 5km sponsored Wag ‘n’ Walk will take place in The Phoenix Park on Sunday, August 4 at 11am. The meeting place is the Dublin Zoo car park. The walk will loop through much of the Phoenix Park's beautiful scenery, hopefully on one of the nicest days of the year! Participants are asked to make a suggested donation of €10, which will go straight to My Canine Companion. Each dog will also receive a free bandana and dog treats upon arrival. To find out more or to register visit https://rebrand. ly/WAGNWALK
GAA O’CONNELL TOWER PROMOTION ATTENTION ALL GAA FANS! To celebrate the 2019 Football, Hurling and Camogie finals, Glasnevin Cemetery Museum is offering visitors wearing their county’s GAA jersey, HALF PRICE admission to climb the O’Connell Tower. This special offer will be available at the weekends during quarter final, semi-final and final matches being played in the Senior Men’s and Women’s GAA Football, Hurling and Camogie matches. This is the perfect opportunity to explore the wonders of the city and also support your beloved county. Glasnevin Cemetery Museum is only a 10 minute drive or a 30 minute walk from Croke Park, so this would be the perfect pre- or post-match outing. Those who climb to the top of the tower can appreciate breath-taking views of the sprawling cemetery beneath, Dublin, Wicklow, Meath and the surrounding areas.
CAR BOOT SALE
Malahide Car Boot Sale will take place on August 3 at St Andrew’s National School car park. Time: 9am-3pm. Gates will open at 8am for sellers. Cost: pre-booking €15 per car. Text your name and car registration number to Alan on 089-4784918, or pay €20 on the day. There is no entrance fee for buyers. Refreshments can be purchased. This is a fundraiser for St Doulagh’s Church restoration.
This discount applies to those wearing GAA county jerseys only. However, it also applies to those wearing jerseys of teams who have already been knocked out – so you’ll have another chance to showcase your home team’s jersey before the end of the summer! Did you know that Michael Cusack,
Fancy an idyllic picnic in the park with homegrown operatic voices or a work lunch out of a stuffy office? Opera In The Open is taking place every Thursday in August between 1pm and 2pm in the Amphitheatre, Wood Quay. The colourful and dramatic performances are free to attend. It begins on Thursday, August 1 with Mozart’s masterful ‘The Impresario’. Keep up to date with the season on the Opera in the Open Facebook.
the founder of the GAA is buried in Glasnevin Cemetery? On the 1st November 1884, together with Maurice Davin, he arranged a meeting in Haye’s Commercial Hotel, Thurles, County Tipperary and founded the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) with the aim of reviving hurling, Gaelic football and camogie. SUMMER TOUR TIMES Glasnevin also offers a range of daily guided tours. The General History tour is running daily and hourly from 10:30am – 3:30pm. This original tour visits the gravesides of Ireland’s heroes, heroines, rogues, rebels and revolutionaries. The Dead Interesting tour runs at 1pm on the weekends. This tour offers an alternative perspective of Glasnevin’s varied heritage and the quirkier lesser known stories.
MILITARIA & COLLECTABLES FAIR
The Medal Society of Ireland is holding an open day on Saturday, August 3 from 11am to 4pm at Knox Hall, Monkstown Village, Co Dublin. Visitors can bring, buy, trade, swap or get free valuations or identifications of medals. All welcome. For more on the Medal Society of Ireland see www.msoi.eu.
Crossword Answers July 31st CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS
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Across: 1 Perpetuated; 9 Lorelei; 10 Corgi; 11 Crepe; 12 Bittern; 13 Revise; 15 Cretan; 18 Culprit; 20 Sloop; 22 Award; 23 Turkeys; 24 Endorsement. Down: 2 Eerie; 3 Pelmets; 4 Trilby; 5 Ascot; 6 Earnest; 7 Electrician; 8 Winning post; 14 Villain; 16 Rostrum; 17 States; 19 Rodeo; 21 Ocean.
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Across: 1 Anniversary; 9 Memento; 10 Annex; 11 Order; 12 Vertigo; 13 Tirade; 15 Nugget; 18 Nomadic; 20 Cabal; 22 Tulle; 23 Element; 24 Preliminary. Down: 2 Named; 3 Ignored; 4 Evolve; 5 Stair; 6 Ranting; 7 Importunate; 8 Expostulate; 14 Rambler; 16 Unclean; 17 Scream; 19 Dwell; 21 Blear.
Not convinced? Go and see for yourself!
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NORTHSIDE PEOPLE WEST 31.07.19
We take a look back at extracts from old newspapers to see what was in the news this month in years gone by
The legendary ‘Lady of Man’ steamer arriving at Dublin Bay in the late 1970s.
Freeman’s Journal, July 7, 1875
The eagerly awaited ‘Star Wars’ sequel, ‘The Empire Strikes Back’, was screened at the Ambassador Cinema in 1980.
Irish Press, July 31, 1963
Irish Press, July 29, 1932
Freeman’s Journal, July 14, 1824
Freeman’s Journal, July 4, 1871
NORTHSIDE PEOPLE WEST 31.07.19
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