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The Daily Fix: Wednesday

In today’s fix: Postcodes may be on the way, Ireland’s broadband is up to speed, fun in the sun, and the beach comes to Dublin Castle…

June Carthy from Cabra takes a look at Soraya Sobreiva (left) and Stephanie Lysaght from Wassa Wassa Drum Collective as they launched the Northside Music Festival 2011
June Carthy from Cabra takes a look at Soraya Sobreiva (left) and Stephanie Lysaght from Wassa Wassa Drum Collective as they launched the Northside Music Festival 2011
Image: Sasko Lazarov/Photocall Ireland

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And finally the beach came to Dublin Castle today as a sand sculpting exhibition took over the courtyard. Have a look:

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    Sand sculptor Alan Magee works on his piece representing 'South' for the overall exhibit 'Compass' in the courtyard of Dublin Castle this afternoon. Alan is part of a 4 member group 'Duthain Dealbh', meaning Fleeting Sculpture in Irish, who are in their 9th year of exhibiting in Dublin Castle.
  • Sand sculptures

    Sand sculptor Daniel Doyle works on his piece representing 'North' for the overall exhibit 'Compass' in the courtyard of Dublin Castle this afternoon.
  • Sand sculptures

    Sand sculptor Fergus Mulvaney works on his piece representing 'West'
  • Sand sculptures

    Sand sculptors exhibit 'Compass' in the courtyard of Dublin Castle this afternoon

Pics: Photocall Ireland

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