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Dubliner becomes millionaire as patch idea goes global

The Dublin2020 campaign is in full swing and the DublinPeople has come on board to help get Dublin talking and to ensure our city...

Remembering Emmet’s rebellion

ON July 23 1803, the United Irishmen, led by Robert Emmet, launched a second uprising against British rule in Ireland. The fighting took place largely...

Why I became a Social Democrat

A COUPLE of weeks ago, I helped set up a new political party - the Social Democrats.Along with two other TDs, Catherine Murphy and...

How Crumlin became a real home

A LOT has changed in this country since I moved to Crumlin in 2005. It is almost exactly 10 years since myself and my then...

Remembering Cathal Brugha

CATHAL Brugha was born on July 18 1874 in Fairview. His father, Thomas Burgess, was an ardent supporter of Charles Stewart Parnell and is...

I won’t be watching UFC again

LAST week my kids wanted to tune in to highlights of Conor McGregor's UFC fight in Vegas, which has propelled the Dubliner to new...

New discovery trails to offer tourists a taste of Dublin life

FOUR new tourist routes designed to bring the story of Dublin to life and open up hidden parts of the city to visitors have...

We’re all just one life event away from being homeless

THE lonely death of homeless man Jonathan Corrie across the road from Dáil Eireann last December resulted in a flurry of activity as various...

Remembering Bang Bang

DUBLIN is a city famous for its characters. Perhaps one of our most loved street characters was Thomas Dudley, better known as 'Bang Bang'....

Reclaiming Dublin city

DUBLIN has accumulated many underused sites throughout the years and these days the chances of encountering one while wandering in the city is highly...

Staycations need to be affordable

I'VE just returned from a highly enjoyable staycation in the west of Ireland. You often hear it said that there's no country better than Ireland...

Veronica’s death still haunts us

LAST Friday marked the 19th anniversary of the murder of journalist Veronica Guerin, callously shot dead in her car while stopped at traffic lights...
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