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people sleeping rough around Dublin. On its first night 40 THE Inner City Helping volunteers from the Homeless (ICHH) team North Inner City came is celebrating after together for a soup run volunteer coordinator Ann Birney was crowned around the city. The as Best Dub at the 98FM charity continued to develop over the years Best of Dublin Awards and now has over 220 less than 48 hours before founder member volunteers on its books and an office on Amiens Anthony Flynn was elected onto Dublin City Street open 14 hours a day, five days a week. Council. Last year the ICHH It’s just rewards for the CEO Anthony Flynn was charity founded in 2013 as a local response to the increased number of Continued on page 2

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Le Chéile celebrates Continued from page 1 country with over 67 different nationalities attending here and for many of our students, they are the first generation of their families to apply for and attend third level education and will be the first to experience university life,” said proud principal, Dr Áine Moran. The school’s College Awareness Week award was recognition of its efforts in the annual campaign that focuses on raising awareness of educational opportunities, particularly amongst those under-represented in further education. “This is a special and momentous time in our school,” said Dr Moran. “We strive to educate the whole person, spiritually, emotionally, physically and intellectually and we are constantly trying to inform our students about the possibilities in life and education, and to receive an award acknowledging our efforts and ethos from

College Awareness Week is really exciting. “The range of options available to students In Ireland today are incredibly varied, and it is so important that every student in this country, are made aware of the options available to them.” Le Chéile was one of only 10 recipients of a 2018 CAW Supporter Award. Head Girl and Le Chéile Leaving Certificate student, Andrea Bayer spoke about the award. “The College Awareness Week initiative in our school was extremely helpful,” she said. “If you were confused on what colleges to pick on your CAO and if you didn’t get to go to the Open Days, the speakers from different colleges helped to clarify any questions. “It was really helpful to talk to teachers during this week also, especially teachers that studied an area of similar interest to me like Law and I could talk to them about the different clubs and societies they participated in during

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Ann Birney was crowned as Best Dub at this year’s 98FM Best of Dublin Awards. Continued from page 1 an amazing cause and I don’t know where I’d be awarded a European without it. It’s my whole Citizen’s Prize for 2018 life now,” she told 98FM. just a week after being Ann began with ICHH presented with the Best after finding herself at Dubliner title at the 98FM a loose end following Best Of Dublin awards. retirement and an illness. This year it was Ann She started helping out Birney’s turn to be a couple of hours a week crowned Best Dub at a but within a few months ceremony in the iconic was spending 12 hours a Guinness Storehouse. day with the charity. Ann, who began working However, Ann has with ICHH after a 40-year witnessed an increase career in the banking in homelessness during sector, described her her time with ICHH and award as testament to the believes the situation is fantastic work of those getting out of control. around her. “We need more and “It’s an amazing charity, more volunteers,” she people are amazing, it’s said. “We need more

people with passion, insight and empathy who want to go out there and help other people and that’s what we’re all about. “I wish we didn’t have to do it. It would be absolutely amazing if somebody came along with a solution to fix it tomorrow. That’s what we’re working towards. “It breaks my heart to hear the stories when somebody knocks at the door. We can’t actually do enough for people.” Ann picked up her award on election polling day, when ICHH CEO Anthony Flynn was

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hoping his campaign for a council seat would attract enough votes. In the end it did, with Cllr Flynn elected on the final count. “Thanks to everyone that got out and voted,” he said after his election was confirmed. “This is just the beginning. We’ve had an amazing journey the last few months but the real work starts here. “It’s time for change and I believe that that is forthcoming.” ICHH are always looking for volunteers. Anybody interested can email volunteering@ichh.ie.


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Local Hospice Heroes honoured TWO local volunteers have been named as official ‘Hospice Heroes’ for their years of service to St Francis Hospice, Blanchardstown. John Hayes and Bridie O’Neill can be found out and about supporting their local hospice on Hospice Sunflower Days and they were among 27 volunteers who were recently honoured as Hospice Heroes at a ceremony at St Francis, Blanchardstown.

They’ll both be involved in this year’s Hospice Sunflower Days, which fall this weekend on Friday, June 7 and Saturday, June 8. John began working as a volunteer four years ago after a personal experience with St Francis Hospice. He’s taken up various roles for the annual Hospice Sunflower Days collection in the Blanchardstown area and beyond. He’s described as “a

very valued member of the volunteer team” who projects a warm and cheerful attitude in dealing with everyone he meets. Bridie, from Clonsilla, became involved with fundraising for the hospice in 2004 following the death of her beloved husband Ray who received fantastic support from the home care team at St Francis. Bridie plays a key role in supporting the fundraising

team during the annual Sunflower Collection and is well known for her positive motto, ‘Where there’s a will, there is a way!’ John & Bridie were presented with their Hospice Hero plaques at the ceremony by Mary Kennedy, Hospice Sunflower Days Ambassador and RTE Broadcaster. I am delighted to get involved once again with

Pictured at the ‘Hospice Hero’ special ceremony are (l-r): Karen O’Hara, St Francis Hospice, John Hayes, Mary Kennedy and Margaret Atkinson, St Francis Hospice.

Hospice Sunflower Days,” she said. “This is a very worthy cause and with all funding raised locally staying in the local area it offers a great opportunity for people to support their local hospice or specialist palliative homecare service. “You can support by buying sunflower merchandise on Hospice Sunflower Days, making a donation or you can help by volunteering your time

to fundraise over the two days.” Hospice Sunflower Days raise much needed funds for hospices and specialist palliative home care services across the country enabling them to continue to provide person centred, holistic and loving care to patients and their loved ones free of charge. Funds raised through the campaign are used to directly support local hospices and specialist

palliative home care services allowing them to purchase new equipment, support frontline posts, upgrade current facilities and continue to provide their vital service. Anybody who wants to volunteer or donate can log onto www. sunflowerdays.ie. Alternatively, donations can be made by texting ‘SUN’ to 50300 to donate €4 to support local hospice groups across Ireland.

Pictured at the special ceremony are (l-r): Karen O’Hara, St Francis Hospice, Bridie O’Neill, Mary Kennedy, and Margaret Atkinson, St Francis Hospice.

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Compo culture is hurting our children TONY McCULLAGH Editor Dublin People Group t.mccullagh@dublinpeople.com

LAST week, as I flicked through my Facebook newsfeed in an effort to find stories unrelated to the Maria Bailey ‘Swing-gate’ controversy, I spotted a post from the Fingal Adventure Centre. It stated: “It’s with a very heavy heart we have to announce that we will not be operating on North Beach this season. The astronomical insurance we have been quoted leaves us no choice but to cease operating on

North Beach. Thank you to a great community and for all your support.” The beach in question is in Rush, North County Dublin, a five-minute walk from where I live. The centre, which still has a branch in Malahide, previously operated from a former lifeguard hut on the beach, offering an array of water-based activities, such as paddle-boarding and kayaking. The centre has an excellent reputation, with highly trained instructors and quality equipment. It offers one-to-one tuition and summer camps for children. Not all kids are into team sports, so it was great for parents to have some alternatives as the school holidays loomed large. Besides, it was good to see our local beach being used as a watersports centre as it had the

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potential to bring more visitors to the area, which would have benefitted the business community. As most parents know, it can be hard to get kids away from their phones, tablets and gaming consoles. The adventure centre offered our youngsters a healthier option. Perhaps it would introduce them to an exciting new hobby where they would forge new friendships and have some really positive life experiences. We live in an age where we are more tuned in to issues such as obesity and the need to promote good mental health. Activities such as kayaking or sailing are simply amazing for the body and mind. If the adventure centre had been

closing the branch due to a downturn in business, it would simply have been disappointing. But the fact that it is due to prohibitive insurance costs is nothing short of scandalous. In the same week, a well-known fun park in Lucan was removing its popular trampolines to reduce the risk of insurance claims. Around the country, many indoor play centres are facing closure due to eye-watering insurance premium quotes. Some parents are happy enough to treat these places like an inflatable babysitting service, watching their kids from the comfort of the coffee shop. Then they sue when their little one falls and ends up with a bloody nose or soft tissue injury (a

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Green wave helps sink the left A LOW turnout in several working class Northside areas has been blamed for a poor showing in the local elections from left wing candidates. Sinn Fein was hit particularly hard, with a strategy of running four candidates in BallymunFinglas backfiring and leaving the party with just one seat in the ward. But it was an election

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her seat despite a reduced number of first preferences and was elected on the fifth count. In 2014 Sinn Fein won five seats between the old Ballymun and Cabra Finglas wards but this year’s poll has left them with just Cllr Connaghan in Ballymun-Finglas and Cllr Séamas McGrattan in Cabra-Glasnevin. The latter ward was owned by Mary

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It was little better in Fingal with only John Burtchaell elected in BlanchardstownMulhuddart. That ward saw Mary McCamley elected on the first count followed by Breda Hanaphy (SF) and Fine Gael’s Punam Rane, who became Fingal’s first Indian-born councillor. The fifth seat in the ward went to Fianna Fáil’s Freddie Cooper. In Castleknock the Green’s Roderic

O’Gorman was in on the first count along with Fine Gael’s Emer Currie who was joined by party colleague, Ted Leddy. The remaining three seats in the ward went to John Walsh (Lab), Natalie Treacy (SF) and Howard Mahony (FF). Sinn Féín’s Paul Donnelly topped the poll in Ongar and he was joined by Tania Doyle (IND), Tom Kitt (FF), Kieran Dennison (FG) and Daniel Whooley (GP).

All change for Dublin MEPs SINN Féin's Lynn Boylan was the only candidate in Dublin seeking to retain her seat in Europe, but she failed to get over the line in what was the major shock of the contest in the capital’s constituancy. Boylan has a reputation as a strong campaigner and topped the poll back in 2014 but popular Dublin Fingal TD Clare Daly may have seemed a better option for left wing voters. But the constituency was owned by the Greens, with Ciarán Cuffe getting over 17 percent of the vote followed by Frances Fitzgerald who’s also heading off to Brussels on behalf of Fine Gael. The final seat came down to a contest

between Daly and Fianna Fail’s Barry Andrews. Normally, both candidates would have been deemed elected but the final candidate’s seat will effectively be in ‘cold storage’ until the UK leaves the European Union. In the event of a Brexit reversal the fourth candidate won’t take their seat so it was crucial to determine which order Daly and Andrews finished in. A row between supporters of both candidates ensued but in the end Daly was officially declared winner of the third seat, leaving Andrews in the unenviable position of waiting to see how the Brexit saga plays out.

New MEP Clare Daly on the campaign trail.

Ciarán Cuffe with Sammy, the Green’s campaign mascot dog, on polling day.

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HamsandwicH set to kick-off Bulmer’s Live at Leopardstown THE Choice-nominated HamsandwicH are firm favourites with Dublin gig-goers and their most recent album, ‘Stories from the Surface’, made it to Number 1 on the Irish albums chart. Fronted by one of the most charismatic of all Irish singers, Niamh Farrell, HamsandwicH's ability to write the most melodic and dynamic of singles has long been recognised. And the national attention they have always deserved truly became fixed after the release of Stories from the Surface. Hamsandwich return to Dublin’s favourite racecourse stage to kick start the Bulmer’s live at Leopardstown series on Thursday, June 6. For tickets and hospitality options go to the dedicated website now at www. leopardstown.com

cooking and singing while I cook! 4. First album you bought and last album you bought? 1. Most memorable First album was moment in Dublin? probably either Zig and Overall, I would have Zag or maybe PJ and to say the HamsandwicH shows in The Olympia. It’s Duncan! And the last album I bought was Billie such an amazing feeling. Eilish’s new album which You can feel the history is just the best thing oozing out of the walls in there so it’s a special place I’ve heard in years. It’s an absolutely stunning to get to play. 2. Favourite place to visit album. 5. Who are your in Dublin? influences? I love taking a stroll Karen O, Kate Bush, around Collins Barracks Karen Carpenter, Debbie or Royal Kilmainham Hospital museums. When Harry. 6. Outside of I was a kid, I remember going to these places with HamsandwicH, with you fronting, who would make my dad so I have great up your ideal band (dead memories and they are or alive)? comfortingly familiar St Vincent playing guitar, places to be. 3. When not performing, Darcy from The Smashing Pumpkins on bass, Karen what else do you do? Carpenter on drums. Well I’m a mother, so 7. What three things are when I’m not performing on your rider? I’m just doing general West Coast Cooler, an mammy stuff! I love Track Record with Niamh Farrell from HamsandwicH.

Podge McNamee and Niamh Farrell of HamsandwicH. iron and an ironing board! 8. Any tips on life? Don’t get too bogged down with what others think of you, be kind and

polite and cherish your family and friends. 9. First person you'd invite to a dinner party and why?

Larry David. He’s incredibly funny and seems like a good guy and I’d say you could have some interesting

conversations with him. 10. Last person you'd invite and why Donald Trump. I think the why is obvious!

Danish rockers return Legendary Gary Numan with new studio album celebrates 40 years of music VOLBEAT, the multiplatinum, Danish rock band, have confirmed their return with their seventh album ‘Rewind, Replay, Rebound’, which will be released via Vertigo Records on August 2. For the album, Volbeat— Michael Poulsen (guitars/ vocals), Rob Caggiano (guitars), Kaspar Boye Larsen (bass), and Jon Larsen (drums) — build upon their distinct, psychobilly, punk-tinged rock ‘n’ roll sound they

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are known for, while reaching for new creative summits. “The whole point for us going into the studio, is because you still have something to prove — not just for the fans, but mostly for yourself,” says Poulsen. “We would not be able to do this record if it wasn’t for the work we have done in the past. No matter how old the band gets or how many records we do, there is always going to be that signature sound.”

At this point in their already storied career, Volbeat has opened for Metallica, Motorhead and Slipknot, garnered the 2014 Best Metal Performance Grammy nomination for ‘Room 24’ and won multiple Danish Music Awards. Their last studio album ‘Seal The Deal & Let's Boogie’ debuted at Number 1 in seven countries. Volbeat are live at the Olympia Theatre on Friday, October 4.

GARY Numan returns to Ireland to play the Olympia Theatre Dublin on Sunday, September 22 as he marks 40 years of making music. Notorious for hits such as 'Are Friends Electric?' and 'Cars', Numan's early career was too often misconstrued, tainted by a sometimes fraught relationship with the media and challenged by the hostility of the music industry at the time. Numan, however, stuck to his guns, outlasted his naysayers, and became renowned not just as a pioneer but as an institution. Today, with a career that has spanned nearly four decades, his approach to electronic music remains an inspiration to artists across genres and eras, from stadium goliaths such as Depeche Mode, Prince and Nine Inch Nails to alternative heroes such as Beck, Damon Albarn and Marilyn Manson. Even Kanye West owes

him a debt and David Bowie once credited him with “writing two of the finest songs” in British music. It's no surprise he recently received the Ivor Novello Award for Inspiration. Now, Numan is preparing his 22nd studio

album entitled 'Savage (Songs From A Broken World)'. He's a busy guy. A self-proclaimed “one-man band”, Numan has always been something of an outlier living on his own terms. A mark of overcoming that challenge is currently

Gary Numan is 40 years making music.

slightly red and raised on his forearms with the lyrics of the new album's opening track 'Ghost Nation' tattooed there, a reminder of the work. A famous recluse, he once said: “Fame makes you a target for every disenchanted idiot.”


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Taking a different route to college THE sun may be shining but with exams looming and CAO decisions to be made, many pupils are feeling the pressure. For most students the traditional route from school into college will be manageable, but there are others for whom traditional college courses are not the right option. This is where Mulhuddart National Learning Network (NLN) steps in. It offers a learning environment where each student is treated as an individual, with his or her needs, aspirations and abilities recognised. While traditional thirdlevel education focuses on independent learning and often has large class sizes, NLN ensures every student has the support, time and materials they need to complete their courses in smaller classes. NLN also offers students who may be living with a disability, or who are on the ASD spectrum, specific supports designed to enable them to fulfil their potential. Access and Vocational Skills Foundation are available and both courses provide certified training at QQI Level 3. The Access course is geared towards young adults (18-25) who have a mild intellectual disability or are on the autistic spectrum. It enables them to build up social and independent living skills prior to progressing onto skills training. Learning isn’t confined to the classroom with work placements, practical learning and sports and leisure activities part of many of NLN’s courses. The Vocational Skills Foundation (VSF) course aims to support young people (16-25) who have had a setback with their health to build up their skills in areas such as maths, IT and communications and to acquire work experience. Many successful participants from this course move on to specific higher-level training afterwards once they have decided upon their career of choice. Nessa Canavan, manager of NLN Mulhuddart says that NLN offers a supportive environment in which school-leavers can prepare for the world of work. “At this time of year a lot

of parents will contact the centre because they’re concerned about what’s going to happen once the school year finishes, especially if it looks like the Leaving Cert isn’t going to be an option,” she says. “Some pupils are being made sit Junior Cert but are adamant they won’t stay on in school for the Leaving Cert. It’s a time of real worry for parents and young people “I’d like to reassure them that there is another way. It shouldn’t be a choice between college or dropping out.” Clare Lacey, from Castleknock, is a student on the VSF course in Mulhuddart and has applied to study Drama QQI Level 4 in Liberties College. Clare found second-level education difficult at times but has found NLN

welcoming. “I heard about NLN through a guidance counsellor,” she says. “I did a sample week and fell in love with the course. I really liked the vibe in the classroom and made a lot of friends and just clicked. “I have learning difficulties and can sometimes see numbers backwards so it made things hard for me. NLN has someone who takes me one-on-one for maths and breaks it all down step by step. I’m learning more now than I did when I was at school. I developed epilepsy when I was 17 and was in and out of hospital and I don’t remember much of school at all. We do maths, teamwork, personal effectiveness, IT, it’s really nice.” Joseph Henderson, from Mulhuddart, is also on the

VSF course. He missed a lot of school due to ill health. “I joined NLN in September, I wasn’t happy at school and couldn’t get most classes done. I have a heart condition that affects my energy levels, and I have insomnia, which affects my mood so every day is a different day for me. “I missed most of the important classes in school like maths, English and history. I tried my best but most of it never really clicked with me. “I was exempt from Irish and got extra help with English and maths and had an SNA from 1st to 3rd year as I was on a medication called warfarin but then that stopped. “Usually, I work at my own pace in NLN, they don’t ask awkward questions if it’s a bad day

or you’re feeling sick. It’s your choice if you want to take a break or leave for the day, the instructors do understand where people are coming from. It takes a lot of pressure off me. I’m in a better place here than I was before. It’s easy going, friendly and creative. I’ve made a lot of friends, even with the instructors. “My ambition is to go into cinematography, I’m a big fan of reading, mostly scripts, and I was hoping to go into writing or directing. That’s my goal.” For more information on National Learning Network see www.nln.ie or email phibsboro@nln. ie. You can also call 018157682 or 087-4447913. Clare Lacey of Mulhuddart National Learning Network.

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Special delivery by Finglas firefighters MUM-TO-BE Tracey Quinn had made preparations for a natural, calm birth but her newborn baby had other plans and ended up being delivered by firefighters from Finglas. Tracey had hoped baby Willow would be born in the birthing pool at Coombe Maternity Hospital but three days before the due date, Willow decided it was time to meet the family. Tracey’s husband Billy called an ambulance at 8.35am on Wednesday, May 22, and their beautiful baby was born just five minutes after they arrived. “There must have been eight firemen and paramedics in the room," blogger Tracey told familyfriendlyhq.ie. "A special mention to Kevin Sheehan an advanced paramedic who was honestly incredible.

He was so reassuring, encouraging and got me through it. I’ll never ever forget him. “When they arrived I was scared and in a huge panic but also relieved as there were medical professionals beside me. They also had gas and air, which I personally feel I couldn't have managed without. "I literally had it for five minutes as I pushed her out but it was amazing and gave me so much relief!" Last week Tracey and Billy took baby Willow and son Peter to personally thank the paramedics and firefighters from Finglas C Watch. “After realising there was no time to make it to hospital mum and dad called for an ambulance,” a spokesperson posted on Facebook. “Our emergency service controllers recognised the

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Thousands of Springboard course places available now OVER 3,000 free or subsidised places on more than 60 courses are being made available through Springboard in third level Institutes across Dublin. They are part of 9,000 places on 285 upskilling and reskilling courses nationwide announced recently by Minister for Education and Skills, Joe McHugh, and Minister of State at the Department of Business, Enterprise and Innovation, John Halligan. For the second year in a row, the courses will be available for those in full time employment as well as those returning to work (formally known as homemakers) and unemployed or formerly self-employed. Courses on offer through Springboard+ this year have a focus on digital skills, soft skills, management and leadership and the

workplace of the future. All courses address at least one of these areas in detail, with many including all four in critical areas. Courses available include cutting-edge training in blockchain, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, virtual reality and smart factory technology. Employees, jobseekers and those returning to work can all avail of the free or subsidised courses. “Springboard+ training programmes provide people who are unemployed, those looking to return to the workforce and those in employment with a great opportunity to upskill or reskill in areas in which employers need skilled workers,” said Minister McHugh. “As technology evolves, it brings with it new ways of doing business and new

economic opportunities. The Government recognises that it is essential that people in employment have the opportunity to keep pace with these advances.” Minister of State for Training, Skills Innovation, Research and Development, John Halligan, said he was pleased that almost 90 percent of the courses are to be delivered in a more flexible format, “which aligns with the continued opening-up of courses to learners, irrespective of their employment status”. “As well as aiding participation for those in employment, increased provision will allow people from all across the country to access programmes in regions other than where they reside,” he added. Deirdre Corr, from Dublin who studied a Postgraduate certificate

in Artificial Intelligence in DCU spoke of her involvement with Springboard. “Springboard collaborates with the third level institutions providing these courses to ensure they are as accessible as possible to people from varying industries,” she added. “My classmates come from a range of sectors including Business, Engineering, Mathematics and Psychology. Combining technical expertise with knowledge in these other fields is important for driving innovation and creativity. “Artificial Intelligence and advancements in technology in general will have a phenomenal impact on our future. Springboard is helping to remove the barriers to further education in IT to keep Ireland at the European forefront of

innovation in tech, in both academia and industry.” Springboard+ courses are free for people who are unemployed, those who were previously selfemployed and returners to the workforce. Courses are also free for people in employment, on NFQ Level 6 courses. For employed participants on courses NFQ level 7 – 9, 90 percent of the course fee is funded by the Government, with participants required to contribute just 10 percent. Recent research undertaken by the HEA has shown that 90 percent of participants who were on the Live Register at the start of their courses are now in employment. In the past nine years over €192 million has been allocated to Springboard+, providing over 55,000 places. The Springboard+ programme is managed by the Higher Education

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Hot meals project being rolled out THE Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection has written to all primary schools seeking expressions of interest in its Hot School Meals Scheme Project. The initiative designed to provide a hot meal to primary school children on a pilot basis from September was announced as part of Budget 2019. It will provide hot dinners in up to 36 schools and to some 7,200 children at a cost of €1 million for 2019 and €2.5 million in a full year. Funding will be provided to schools to source suppliers and families won’t be asked for contributions towards meals. The pilot will build on the experience of a project running at Our Lady of Lourdes in Inchicore since January. During this pilot almost 250 pupils received a hot meal at lunchtime each day and the initiative has been well received. “The provision of adequate and nutritious meals for a child’s health,

learning, attention and educational achievement is invaluable,” said Minister of Employment Affairs and Social Protection Regina Doherty. “Under the Healthy Ireland Framework, the health and wellbeing of children is a priority. I believe that the provision of hot food services in schools guarantees ongoing positive returns on public investment in the health and educational performance of future generations. “I would particularly like to thank all the children, Tanya Hanly the principal, the staff, and management at Our Lady of Lourdes Primary School in Inchicore and also the supplier of the meals, for participating in the initial proof of concept with my Department. “We have learned so much from the children and, thanks to the success of the pilot in Inchicore, we are rolling it out to 36 schools, including Our Lady of Lourdes, next September.” The proof-of-concept project in Our Lady of

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Some Irish motorists have mixed feelings on autonomous vehicles SOME 28 per cent of Irish adults think that autonomous vehicles will be accessible in similar ways to how we currently access trains and buses. That is according to new research from Enterprise Rent-A-Car, which also found that 15 per cent of respondents believe the main access to driverless cars will be through rental whereas 27 per cent say they would intend buying an autonomous vehicle outright. The findings come as progress towards the development of autonomous vehicles continues apace. Last year, Dublin City Council ran the first autonomous vehicle trial in Ireland when a driver-less shuttle operated along the quays in the IFSC in Dublin. The driverless shuttle was in service over the space of a weekend and coincided with an

international conference on Smart Mobility that was taking place at the nearby Convention Centre Dublin. The Enterprise research found more than one in four (28 per cent) Irish adults believe that autonomous vehicles will replace conventional cars completely. But double that number of drivers (56 per cent) believe that even if they do buy a driverless vehicle, they would also still own a conventional car as well. The main reasons for this would be missing driving too much (29 per cent), wanting to be in control in some situations (29 per cent) and preferring to drive their loved ones (19 per cent). The feeling among Irish adults is that it will take another 11 years before we see driverless cars on the road here in Ireland.

Those who think they would feel comfortable riding in one say that it would still take four years after their introduction for them to use one (28 per cent) whilst nearly one in 10 (nine per cent) would be happy to ride in one from when the first models are launched. The Enterprise research shows that Irish adults have strong feelings on how autonomous vehicles could impact day-to-day motoring. A third of respondents (33 per cent) think they will forget how to drive when autonomous cars become the norm and nearly a fifth (19 per cent) think conventional vehicles will become regarded as antiques. In terms of how the vehicles will operate on roads, a quarter (24 per cent) expect to see cars driving at exactly the same speed, like carriages

George O’Connor, MD of Enterprise Rent-A-Car Ireland. on a train. When it comes to travelling in an autonomous vehicle, around half (44 per cent) imagine that they will keep their eyes on the road while it is in operation. Over a third of respondents (36 per

cent) said that they never expect to feel completely comfortable in an autonomous car. The research was conducted to understand current attitudes to autonomous motoring at a time when Enterprise is already partnering in the

roll-out of autonomous motoring programmes George O’Connor, Managing Director of Enterprise Rent-A-Car Ireland, said: “The research shows that Irish consumers are generally excited about the planned arrival of autonomous

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POT SELECTION You’ll find a good selection of pots at any CONTAINER CONCEPT of the GroMór garden centres, and great free IDEAS TO GET advice on the plants that GROWING: will work best with them. • A colourful option Think of the spot you with seasonal plants have in mind when you • An edible option choose the size of the – with cut-and-come pot, to keep everything lettuces and plants in proportion. A group that can have pieces of pots of different sizes removed but the main is more effective than a plant remains e.g. single pot, and matching ruby chard, loose leaf pots can work well at cabbage, asparagus foliage is great, potatoes, entrances for instance. tomatoes, beans, peas, WHAT TO PLANT IN etc YOUR POT • A herb container for The ideal outcome for the kitchen window a planted container is • A foliage container

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to have healthy plants flowering throughout summer. The ideal way to achieve this is to use a combination of plants with three plants – the main focus, the filler and something that will spill over and soften the edges of the pot. With three plants, at least one, and sometimes all will be looking good. Make sure to look out for plants with the GroMór or the Bord Bia Quality assured mark labels. For your main focus, choose a perennial plant that flowers over a long time, or has colourful leaves. A perennial is a plant that comes back every year, while an annual or bedding plant only lives for one year. Right now, there are lavenders coming in to flower, Phormiums look good all year round, and you could go for either argyranthemum (marguerite) or fuchsia grown as standards. • Fillers – grasses work particularly well here, including festuca and carex varieties. • Trailing: Ivy-leaved pelargoniums, lobelia, petunia (Surfinia types) and verbena (trailing). Try two or three plants in a larger spot, paired with a smaller pot with one plant. COMPOST Plants grown in pots and containers get all of their water and nutrition from the compost, so using the right compost is essential to get healthy blooming plants. Westland’s GroSure Easy Containers Compost is a complete mix which contains everything your plants will need. Otherwise, use a mixture of compost and soil in a ratio of one third soil to two-thirds compost. The soil will help the mixture hold water, and also provide some essential nutrients for plant growth. Make sure you mix the soil and compost well together in a wheelbarrow or tub before putting in your pot. If you’re thinking ahead, use the mixing process to add some slow release fertilizer pellets to the mixture. That way, all you’ll need to do is water the plant for the rest of the

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Dublin City Council I, Ian Scully intend to apply for retention permission for development at No. 34, Kildonan Drive, Finglas, Dublin 11. The development consists of the retention of existing dormer roof extension (including walls, flat roof and 2 no. windows) measuring 2m high internally, 4.4m wide x 1.5m deep externally with an internal floor area of approximately 15.5m sq. measured at attic floor level, located to the rear at roof/ attic level of existing two storey mid terraced dwelling. The planning application may be inspected, or purchased at a fee not exceeding the reasonable cost of making a copy, at the offices of Dublin City Council during its public opening hours and a submission or observation in relation to the application may be made to the authority in writing on payment of the prescribed fee within the period of 5 weeks beginning on the date of receipt by the authority of the application.

Dublin City Council We, Keith and Carol Donohoe wish to make application for planning permission to 1. Demolish existing single story kitchen extension to rear. 2. Convert existing garage to side to Family room / study. 3. To construct new Bedroom and Bathroom at 1st floor to side over existing garage also extend existing hipped roof over new extension. 4. To construct new single story ground floor kitchen / Dining Living room extension to rear and all associated site works at 3 Pinewood Green, Glasnevin, Dublin 11. The planning application may be inspected or purchased at a fee not exceeding the reasonable cost of making a copy between the hours of 9.00am - 4.30pm at the offices of Dublin City Council, Planning Department, Block 4,Ground Floor, Civic Offices, Wood Quay, Dublin 8. A submission or observation in relation to the application may be made in writing to Dublin City Council on payment of a fee of €20.00 within the period of five weeks beginning on the date of receipt by the authority of the application.

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PLANNING DUBLIN Fingal County Council I John O’Reegan of Holren Properties Ltd intend to apply for full planning permission to reconfigure the existing layout and increase the floor area of the existing commercial storage facility at Masterlink Logistics Deport, Damastown Retail Pk, Mulhuddart, Dublin 15 by means of Demolition/Upgrading of Existing facilities & New Extension with all associated ancillary works and boundary treatments to which the application relates. This planning application may be inspected or purchased at a fee not exceeding the reasonable cost of making a copy, at the offices of Fingal County Council from 9.30am to 4.30pm Monday to Friday. A submission or observation in relation to the application may be made to the authority in writing within a period of 5 weeks from the date of receipt by the Authority of the application and on payment of the prescribed fee of €20.

Dublin City Council Ms Lina Vaicekauskiene intends to apply for permission for development at 27 Kildonan Road, Finglas, Dublin 11. The development will consist of converting the approved single storey ancillary family accommodation (Registry Reference: 2157/18) into an end-of-terrace house by (i) removing the roof above the extension and extending the full height roof line fully across the proposed development, (ii) building an additional storey comprising of 2 bedrooms and bathroom over the approved extension at the side and rear of the house, (iii) building a new single storey entrance porch and accessible bathroom to the side, (iv) closing off the approved access from 27 Kildonan Road to the extension and (v) all associated internal, site and drainage works.

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DOWN 1. Person being disloyal or missing characteristic (5) 2. Saw the old boy hit the ball first (8) 3. See 11 Across. 4. Continue as a grotesque fool (4) 5. Lion got into plunder (7) 6. It’s not up to the laundry to provide capital (10) 9. Press dates, having made illegal entry (10) 12. Of noble mountain stock? (4-4) 14. Taxi runs into horse - gruesome! (7) 16. Evict complete group to start (6) 19. No odds? (5) 20. Ran away, having given food to about fifty (4)

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26 Happenings

A few things worth checking out this week

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Parkruns at local venues

YOGA AND VEGAN FESTIVAL

Dublin's second annual Yoga and Vegan Festival takes place in the heart of city at Trinity College on Sunday, June 9. Those going can participate in yoga and meditation sessions, treat their taste buds to some delicious plant-based foods, try henna body art, enjoy relaxing massages, attend talks on health and wellbeing (including mental health) and do lots more. There will also be free yoga classes for children to make this a perfect family day out. It happens at Trinity College Dublin Sports Centre, 43 Pearse Street, Dublin 2. See https:// yogific.org/dublin/ for tickets and info.

All walkers and runners are welcome to take part in parkruns every Saturday at 9.30am at a number of local venues including Tolka Valley Park, St Anne’s Park, Fairview Park, Poppintree Park, Rivervalley,

Swords, Darndale Park, Father Collins Park, Newbridge Demesne and Ardgillan Demesne. Parkrun is a timed 5k walk/run and is a completely free to participate communitybased, volunteer-led initiative, and a great

way to meet people and keep fit. Junior Parkruns for four to 14-year-olds take place on Sundays at a number of venues over a 2km distance. For further details and to register, visit www.parkrun.ie

BARK IN THE PARK Dogs and their owners are invited to take part in a 4km sponsored dog walk in Tymon Park in Templeogue on Sunday, July 9 (2pm). There’ll be music, games, raffles and very exciting competitions to find the dogs with the Happiest Smile, Waggiest Tail, Shiniest Coat, Best Bark and Best Overall Dog. To register for your sponsorship pack and more information, visit www.barkinthepark. ie.

DUBLIN KITE FESTIVAL

The Dublin Kite Festival on Sunday, June 9, will attract attendees from around the country, brandishing an array of kites ready to take to the skies and beautify the Dublin skyline with a jumble of colour. There will be free entertainment all day long ensuring that visitors enjoy a carefree Sunday afternoon reliving childhood memories of kite flying while having fun with friends and family. Head for North Bull Island. See http://www. dublinkitefestival.ie.

QUIZ NIGHT A fun table quiz in aid of St Francis Hospice takes place every Monday in the Estuary Pub, North Street, Swords starting at 10pm. Why not go along, test your knowledge and enjoy the craic? It’s for a very good cause!

Crossword Answers June 5th

ART EXHIBITION

Prospect Art Group is holding its 2019 Art Exhibition of paintings at the Red Stables, St Anne’s Park, Raheny from Monday to Sunday, June 10-16 (10.30am to 5.30pm daily). Admission is free.

SOUTH DUBLIN ANTIQUES & VINTAGE FAIR On Sunday, June 9, the regular South Dublin Antiques & Vintage Fair will take place the Royal Marine Hotel, Dun Laoghaire, from 11am until 6pm. Admission is €3.50 per person, or just €2.50 with the voucher in this week’s paper. Entry is free for under-15s when accompanied by a supervising adult.

BLOOMING ULYSSES

Blooming Ulysses is a one-man stage adaptation by Gerry Farrell of James Joyce's Ulysses that invites the audience to accompany the central protagonist Leopold Bloom on his wanderings around Dublin. It is a humorous and energetic performance that has been acclaimed by theatregoers and academics alike and serves as an excellent introduction to the novel. It runs in Bewley’s Café Theatre from June 10-16.

MULTICULTURAL FESTIVAL Clongriffin Multicultural Festival will take place on Sunday, June 9 from 3pm to 5pm at Clongriffin Station Square. Activities include food, drink, games, music, entertainment, face painting and much more. This is a free event and everyone is welcome. For more information visit www.tasnuva.ie

CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS

ACROSS: 1 Thoroughly; 7 Amass; 8 Lookout; 10 Hat-trick; 11 Five; 13 Number; 15 Ring up; 17 Tick; 18 Ruthless; 21 No-balls; 22 Obese; 23 Headstones. DOWN: 1 Trait; 2 Observed; 3 O'clock; 4 Goon; 5 Looting; 6 Washington; 9 Trespassed; 12 High-born; 14 Macabre; 16 Outset; 19 Evens; 20 Fled.

QUICK SOLUTIONS

ACROSS: 1 Antagonise; 7 Blear; 8 Rummage; 10 Vitality; 11 Flop; 13 Bemuse; 15 Answer; 17 Able; 18 Atremble; 21 Dwindle; 22 Tonic; 23 Relentless. DOWN: 1 Avert; 2 Tireless; 3 Gyrate; 4 Name; 5 Swallow; 6 Above-board; 9 Experience; 12 Unsettle; 14 Malaise; 16 Street; 19 Bonus; 20 Edge.


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

The starting line of a soapbox derby, Parnell Square, 1956. PHOTO: DUBLIN CITY PUBLIC LIBRARY

Freeman’s Journal, June 9, 1827

Irish Press, June 5, 1970

An ‘eco-warrior’ protests against the removal of trees in Santry Woods in 1998. PHOTO: DARREN KINSELLA

Irish Press, June 26, 1963


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