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Right folks, that's all from us this evening. We'll be back on tomorrow morning at 7am to help you on your way. ^RG hours ago 0 3
We are experiencing delays on the Green Line. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.8 hours ago 1 0
We're proud to support Sophie Beddoe, from Coláiste Íosagáin who is a finalist in this year's #JunkKouture competition. We were really blown away by her dress design made up of old bus and rail tickets. Click here & vote for Sophie hours ago 3 17
Please expect delays on the Green Line this evening. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.12 hours ago 7 5


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