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  • BANTUM and Near FM crew. at Block T bash!

    Block T – 5th Birthday Party

    Near FM attended the Block T 5th Birthday celebrations in the Tivoli Grounds on Saturday July 4th. Legendary Irish house DJ Aoife Ni Canna presents a programme featuring interviews and music with Block T Managing Director Laura Garbataviciute-Dovn and Programme Director Grace McEvoy as well as musicians and DJ’s Bantum, Hauer, Adult Rock, Nialler 9, Rob Farfer, Nova Collective and Benny Smiles. The programme will broadcast on Thursday July 16th @ 5.00pm repeated on Friday July 17th @ 6pm. Listen […]

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  • Edenmore Family Fun Day – 18th July

    Edenmore Family Fun Day – 18th July

    Join us live here on Near FM 90.3fm or online on nearfm.ie/livestream on Saturday, 18th July from 1.30pm to 3.00pm. We will be having an Outside Broadcast from Edenmore Park (Located just off the Raheny Road) and we’ll be talking with various people from the area about the great local projects, the community spirit and the facilities available in the Edenmore area such as the Edenmore Ladies Club, St Monica’s Youth Centre and GAA Club, Edenmore Drugs Intervention Team (EDIT), St Malachy’s Soccer Club […]

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  • Change Community Garden Open Day 10th July

    Change Community Garden Open Day 10th July

    Join us here live on Near FM 90.3fm, Friday July 10th from the Change Community Garden, Bunratty Drive, Dublin 17 (Opposite the playground in Stardust Park) from 12pm to 2pm Featuring: Demonstrations Garden tours Bouncy castle Face Painting Balloon Modelling Food & Drink

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  • McCabe grabs WNL Cup for Raheny

    McCabe grabs WNL Cup for Raheny

    McCabe grabs WNL Cup for Raheny By Dave Hooper Raheny United 3 Peamount United 2 Katie McCabe slid home a final minute extra time winner to claim the FAI Continental Tyres women’s national league cup for Raheny United in Tolka Park. McCabe’s 33rd goal of the season sealed a dramatic victory for the Raheny who trailed Peamount United when five additional minutes had elapsed. McCabe gave Raheny the lead from the penalty spot after 10 minutes, a dubious decision by […]

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