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Monday, July 28, 2014 12:00
Tolka will bounce back
• The foamy water engulfed the Tolka for almost five kilometres downstream, killing several thousand fish (inset).
EXPERTS say the River Tolka will bounce back “sooner rather than later” despite the deaths of thousands of fish killed by a mystery pollutant last week. Local residents in Glasnevin reported a white, detergent-like foamy substance in the river on Monday, July 21, and hundreds of fish floating lifelessly on the water. More...
Monday, July 28, 2014 12:00
Local teenagers trapped by tide
• The teenagers were rescued by the Dun Laoghaire inshore lifeboat
DUN LAOGHAIRE lifeboat crews dramatically rescued three teenagers last week after they became surrounded by a fast incoming tide while out walking on Sandymount Beach. The three teenage girls were taking a stroll on the beach when a heavy fog suddenly rolled in. More...
Monday, July 28, 2014 12:00
Kat’s the cream of Burlesque
• The newly crowned Miss Burlesque Ireland, Kat Moiselle (right). Moiselle has performed on stages all over  Ireland and abroad.
A SOUTHSIDE based German beauty is celebrating after winning the first ever Miss Burlesque Ireland competition. Kat Moiselle, from Kilmainham, was crowned during the final at the Button Factory in Temple Bar on July 19 after wowing judges with stunning performances in three Burlesque categories. More...
Monday, July 28, 2014 12:00
Bus stop rats terrify Clondalkin locals
Dublin People
LOCAL residents in Clondalkin are being alarmed at the sight of rats roaming around their local bus stop in broad daylight. The rodents have been spotted at Glenfield on a regular basis over the past few weeks and are attracted by illegal dumping in the area. More...
Monday, July 28, 2014 12:00
Replica Asgard Dinghy presented to museum
• John Kearon (Asgard Conservation Project Manager), Pat Murphy (Asgard Volunteer Group), Raghnaill O'Floinn (Director of the National Museum of Ireland), Seamus Lynam (Head of Services at the National Museum of Ireland), and Oliver Ward (Shipwright) pictured at Howth Yacht Club at the hand-over ceremony of the Asgard Dinghy to the National Museum of Ireland. PHOTO: DARREN KINSELLA
A RECEPTION was held at Howth Yacht Club recently where a replica of the Asgard Dinghy was handed over to the National Museum of Ireland. The Asgard Volunteer Committee – Walter McGuirk, Neville Maguire, Mike Alexander, Paddy Barry, Pat Murphy and Rory McGuirk - made the presentation at a ceremony attended by newly appointed Minister for the Arts, Heritage and Gaeltacht, Heather Humphreys. More...

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