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Dublin 8

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Local News from Dublin 8. Journalism and Media Faculty students work.
Local News from Dublin 8. Journalism and Media Faculty students work.

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Published by: Gcd Dublin on Dec 13, 2010
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Local Politics • Religion • Culture • Community • Homelessness • Local Business
The latest local news in Dublin 8
Local politics in action
Shining alight onhomelessness
Dub 8
November 2010
Inchicore underground rail dispute 3
St. James’ sleep deprivaon researchAfro-Carribean shop prole 4
Crime in Inchicore
Homelessness prole 5People Before Prot interview 6
Student Finances 7
St. Andrew’s Community Centre 8Simon Community’s detox centre 9
Dublin Mosque prepares for Eid Al-Adha 10Clanbrassil Street 11Rain pump 12Brazen Head folklore nights 13
Take A Trip To The Tavern 14Rathmines & Student living 15Dub 8 Horoscopes 16
Jonathan KeaneOrnella PastushokKarla Stein
Richard Bohan
Paul Buggy
Lorcan BreenDavid Goulden
Mahew Jaray
Donia JenabzadehJonathan Keane
Daryl McGarrigle
Adeola OlofaOrnella Pastushok
Stephen Ramsey
Karla Stein
Ciara Mooney
Sub Editors
David Goulden
Mahew JarayDaryl McGarrigleStephen Ramsey
Kieran BroderickMaria BrundinRegina WalsheJohn Lalor
Cover Image
Oscar Finn
Layout & Design
Lorcan BreenDavid Goulden
Mahew Jaray
Donia JenabzadehJonathan Keane
Daryl McGarrigle
Adeola OlofaOrnella Pastushok
Stephen Ramsey
Karla Stein
Produced by BA in Journalismstudents in Grith College
Got a story email us atDub8mag@gmail.com
Dub 8
November 2010
ast Wall residents received alieline in their dispute withIrish Rail and the Inchicoreon rack group about the proposedconstruction o a new undergroundDart line.On the 29th o September,an Bord Pleanála granted the Pro-tect East Wall comittee a hearingthat has yet to be scheduled.
Te original plans were or tun-neling to commence in East Walland Inchicore, potentially halvingconstruction time. Te plans werelater altered so that East Wall willbear the entire brunt o the nineyear, 24/7 construction.While Irish Rail say that the costo tunnel-boring machines is themain reason or this, vice-chair-man o the Protect East wall com-mitee, Angela Broderick, claimsthat a campaign undertaken by Inchicore on rack is largely re-sponisble.Te dispute arises rom her claimthat “we weren’t notied by anyonethat there were even plans to starttunelling in East Wall”.According to Broderick, the rsttime she became aware o the situ-ation was rom an article in theIrish imes. Ms Broderick also al-leges that she reached out to thechairman o Inchicore on rack,John Beck, in hopes o reachingan agreement but that “they keptcancelling the meetings. I got theeeling they didn’t want to talk.In-chicore on rack were unavailableor comment.Te hearing is being consideredas a ‘last stand’ and i lost, MsBroderick says that “it will tear thecommunity apart, house prices willbe devalued between 10 to 50%.Tat’s not to mention the act thatwe’re not getting a station and In-chicore are, that will raise property  value there. We’re getting all o theproblems and none o the benets.”She remains hopeul, however,adding that East Wall residentshave a history o ghting suchplans. In 2002, Irish Rail’s plans tobuild a bridge in the Parkside areawas met with protests that resultedin the construction being scrapped.
Anger over new rail line
eople who get less than eighthours o sleep every night candevelop serious mental prob-lems, in particular depression andanxiety disorders.
O the seven sleep clinics in Dub-lin the Sleep Clinic CRES in St.James’s Hospital (Dublin 8) is thebusiest in Dublin according to IrishSleep Apnoea rust.“When you are tired everythingbecomes more o a challenge oryou” says Doctor Ruairi Fahy Con-sultant Respiratory Physician at StJames Hospital.eenagers are the worst aected.Fahy stated “Starting around thebeginning o puberty and continu-ing into their early 20s, adolescentsneed about nine hours o sleepeach night, compared with theeight hours that adults need.”“As their bodies and minds aredeveloping sleep deprivationmakes them especially vulner-able to psychopathologies such asADHD, and they have diculty controlling their emotions and im-pulses.Tis can cause anger problemsand increase reckless activity.”Women suer more than menwhen they don’t get enough sleep.Statistics show that women reportdepression two times more thanmen.Te most obvious signs o lack o sleep are “dark circles under theeyes and very pale skin. I they havethese symptoms, they aren’t gettingthe right amount o sleep.”Te best way to achieve a goodnight sleep is “ry not to have ca-eine about ve hours beore yougo to bed and never watch televi-sion in your bedroom, as it is theworst habit to develop”.
St. James’ Hospital leads the wayin research into sleep deprivation
“Women suffer more than men” 
by Paul Buggy 
“It will tear the community apart,house prices will be devalued between 10 to 50%” 
Inchicore-On-Track groups continues dispute with East Wall residentsover construction of new underground rail lineResearch shows links between sleep deprivation and anxiety
by Matthew Jaray 
Irish Rail disputed the construction o the underground Dart Line Adults need at least 8 hours o sleep

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