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From top: Lily Bohan, Katrina Marsh (left) and Amy Coleman from Dublin City Farm and Ecology Centre


This afternoon.

St Anne’s Park, Dublin 5.

Thirteen local community groups working directly with those most at risk over the coming months, celebrated news that they will receive a grant share of this year’s €100,000 Coca-Cola Thank You Fund.

St Annes City Farm and Ecology Centre was awarded €5,000 for the development of their project to deliver skills-based learning for vulnerable young people on a community run city farm in North Dublin.

In fairness.



This afternoon.

Stephen’s Green Street, Dublin 2.

Via Buzz,ie:

The new initiative aims to build a culture of on-the-go recycling in Dublin city centre by placing eye-catching bins to educate and inspire people to recycle correctly while out and about. This is being launched at a time where the impact of the pandemic has seen a rise in litter in conjunction with the use of single-use items such as face masks.

Yes, but yellow!?


Hubbub and The Coca-Cola Foundation launch on-the-go recycling initiative in Dublin (Sophie Collins, Buzz,ie)


The Munster Express tweetz:

Minister for Health James Reilly struck with a bottle of Coca Cola by an angry patient at the official renaming of Waterford Regional Hospital [this afternoon].

H/T Oireachtas Retort

Meanwhile, earlier:

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Leah Burgess writes:

Dr Reilly arriving at Waterford Regional Hospital today.

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