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It has come to Childline’s attention that the leaflets advertising bogus clothing collections in the name of Childline by ISPCC are being circulated throughout local communities. 

@childlinebyispcc  does not run this service and it is very concerned that people are being conned into leaving out clothes and other donations assuming that they are going to a charity but this is not the case. 

You can spot when a leaflet is bogus in the following two ways: spelling mistakes – the word ‘charity’ is spelled incorrectly and appears as ‘chratiry’ and the phone number for ‘Clothes Aid Helpline’ is incorrect.

If you receive one of these bogus leaflets, you should:

Dispose of the flyer request
Warn your friends, family and neighbours
Contact Childline by ISPCC to confirm any suspicious correspondence. Ring 01 234 2000 or email
PJ Gallagher and Jim McCabe from Radio Nova’s Morning Glory pictured with bike riders from across Dublin in Smithfield ahead of a special preview screening of The Bikeriders at Light House Cinema, Dublin. 

The Bikeriders starring Austin Butler, Jodie Comer and Tom Hardy is in cinemas from this Friday June 21st . 

Picture: Marc O'Sullivan  @sparkyscoops1 

@bikeridersfilm  @lighthousecinema 

 #thebikeriders #lighthousecinema #nova #dublingazette
Green Party Leader Eamon Ryan caused a shock today by announcing that he is stepping down from his leadership role.

It is understood that he will remain  as Minister for Transport, Climate, Environment and Communications until the upcoming general election which is expected to be called later this year despite protests from the Taoiseach that it would not be until the Spring of 2025.

Ryan, who  has been the Green leader for 13 years since  he took over from John Gormley in 2011,  has made his decision following his party's disappointing showings in both the European and Local Elections two weeks ago.
From all of us at the Dublin Gazette  #fathersday
Happy Days star Henry Winkler (the Fonz) pictured with Garda Marion power and Georgina Reilly outside Cuala GAA club as part of the @dalkeybookfestival 

One hundred of the world’s finest authors and sharpest intellects have descended on the beautiful, historic seaside town of Dalkey. 

The Festival boasts a spectacularly varied programme of 77 events this year, taking place over 4 days (13th - 16th June), as approximately 20,000 guests are expected to attend. 

Visit for tickets and the full festival programme. 

Picture Conor McCabe Photography  @conorspix 


 #dalkeybookfestival #henrywinkler #dublingazette