1. Botanic Hockey Club

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    Botanic Hockey Club is based in St.Marys Secondary School in Glasnevin, Dublin and caters for the local community aged 5 -50+. Through the hard work and dedication of all club members and members of the local community we have increased our membership by 50% since the build of our new astro pitch. For more information on the club see www.botanichockeyclub.com

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    • Classic Routes of North Wales

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      The first official production from the Tolka House Mountaineering Society, Dublin, Ireland.

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      • DIT 1-15 NUIG 1-15 - Report & Interviews

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        Reigning champions NUIG needed a last-minute goal to scrape a draw against DIT and keep their chances alive in the 2011 Ulster Bank Fitzgibbon Cup. NUIG Captain Pat Kelly admits his team was lucky to come away from the Glasnevin venue with a point but knows that their fate is no longer in their own hands. The last game in the group is CIT v DIT. Match report and interview by Jerome Quinn Media.

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        • Dublin Diaries

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          Deep in the bowels of some of Dublins most historic institutions DCTVs researchers have been unearthing the history of the city we don't generally hear : the punishments, deaths and lives of the ordinary citizens of Dublin.

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          • John Kavanagh's The Gravediggers, Dublin. Since 1833.

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            Promotional Video for John Kavanagh's The Gravediggers, Dublin. Photographs submitted by various staff and friends edited together with music by Badly Drawn Boy. All accredited in the video.

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            • Last-minute Drama in Fitzgibbon Cup - DIT 1-15 NUIG 1-15

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              Ulster Bank Fitzgibbon Cup holders NUIG are still in the 2011 competition but only thanks to a late, late show against DIT at Na Fianna's grounds in Glasnevin. Trailing by three points and with only seconds remaining, the men from Galway launched a last-ditch foray toward the Dublin goal area. It paid off with a goal which keeps them alive.

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              • Public urged to help honour Irish war dead

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                Glasnevin Cemetery in Dublin is Ireland's largest cemetery and resting place for some of the country's most important figures, including Eamon de Valera, Michael Collins and Daniel O'Connell. It is also where the graves of 208 men and women who died whilst serving with British forces in the two world wars. On Armistice Day two years ago (11 November 2009), The Glasnevin Trust and the Commonwealth War Graves Commission began a special project of marking these graves and now, two years on, the two organisations are appealing for relatives of the 208 casualties to contact them, so that this important work can be completed. A ceremony is also being held at Glasnevin Cemetery for this year's Remembrance Day.

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                • The Sculpture

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                  The Sculpture - "What is Life" - which celebrates the 60th anniversary of the discovery of the DNA double helix by James D. Watson and Francis Crick in 1953. The Sculpture was commissioned by Professors John Atkins of University College Cork and David McConnell of Trinity College Dublin as a public celebration of Science in Ireland and to specifically celebrate the 60th anniversary of the discovery of The Double Helix by Watson and his colleague Francis Crick in April 1953. The Sculptor, Charles Jencks, designs landscapes and sculpture and writes on cosmogenic art. He has devised a state of the art representation, for the first time in sculpture anywhere the many extraordinary new revelations made in the last 30 years about the novel roles of RNA in living organisms. http://www.whatislife.ie

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