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Wednesday 23 August 2017

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FFF Ireland's premiere fashion competition for teenagers is back. Top entries from last year's Bank of Ireland Junk Kouture Recycled Fashion Competition took to the streets with model Vogue Williams this morning to launch the call out for entries to this year's competition in association with Repak. If you're a budding designer and want to create high-end wearable fashion from everyday junk that would otherwise end up in the bin, head to www.junkkouture.com for more details.

FFF As part of Heineken's 'Cities of the World' campaign, the drinks company has asked Dubliners to suggest their favourite spots across the city in the hope of encouraging people to venture outside of their regular routine and unearth some hidden gems in the process. Now Heineken has compiled a map of the most popular destinations, featuring clubs, pubs, restaurants, barber shops and more for Dubliners to revert to when in need of some guidance around their fair city. To check out the map head to www.thinkhouse.ie.

FFF Golf fans should take note of a special event with Darren Clarke at the K Club on November 7. To celebrate the first anniversary of Educogym at The K Club, 2011 Open Champion golfer and Ryder Cup hero Darren Clarke will be the guest of honour at the top resort where he will be interviewed and the audience can ask questions. Tickets cost €50 and include a drinks and canapes reception and three personal training sessions at Educogym.

FFF Fresh from the release of his 14th studio album, Ryan Adams will play Dublin's Olympia Theatre in March 2015. Tickets are priced €39.05 including booking fee and are on sale this Friday at 10am from Ticketmaster outlets and online at www.ticketmaster.ie

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