Friday, August 17, 2018

The Down Syndrome Centre – 21 Faces

An inspirational campaign by the Down Syndrome Centre is inviting the viewer to look past Down syndrome and to see the child, the individual...

Gaz: ‘I’d say it’s far from slim fitting Hugo Boss suits he was reared’

Have ye noticed all these fancy barbers that have popped up all over the place? Ye know, the places were ye can go in...

Dog of the Week: Meet Pluto

Dublin Gazette have teamed up with Dogs Trust to help find homes for lost and abandoned dogs. This week’s dog of the week is Pluto...

Keep that tan going with a September sun break

We've been blessed with some sizzling summer weather – so why not keep that tan going with a September sun break? Adult-only getaways come into...

Style File: Express Yourself!

Trends in fashion change like the weather, and everyone tries to dip their toe into whatever is ‘cool’ at any given moment. This phenomenon as...

Java Republic’s bean busy training baristas

One of Ireland’s best-known coffee roasters has become the first Irish company to be awarded the Premier Training Campus certification. Java Republic, which is also...

Edging Fordwards in the SUV market

Ford’s largest SUV offering is the Edge, which has been upgraded with a new ST offering for this year. And while there is more...

Programme to turn Fringe on its head

Dublin Fringe Festival has announced the line-up for its 24th edition, with a programme that is sure to turn the city on its head...

Gaz: The post World Cup blues have set in but Les Bleus have...

Well, that’s the World Cup over now for another four years – four and a half actually because it’s going to a country that’s...

Dublin Made Easy: Marlay Park

Nestled in the heart of South Dublin’s suburbs, Marlay Park has become synonymous with summertime gigs, but there’s much more it has to offer. The...

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