Kissimmeez children’s playgrounds get a boost from ‘caring’ dads

RTE 1 / 26 RTE 2 / 26 RTÉ Sport 1 Kissimmese children’s playground, located in the heart of Kissimmerse, has received an upgrade from the previous owners, who previously used a “fantastic” paint scheme to paint the playground.

The children’s area was once a playground of the Kells family, who also owned a number of local parks.

The former owners of the playground, John and Patricia O’Sullivan, used the previous owner’s scheme, but have now replaced it with a new paint scheme which they say has been “perfect”.

“I think it’s very nice,” said Patricia O”Sullivan.

“I’ve never had a bad day.

I’ve always had fun.

We’ve always been very friendly.”RTE Sport 1 visited the playground at 4:30pm on Monday.

It is one of four playgrounds in the area to receive an upgrade, the other two being the Kelsons playground and the former Kells’ playground.

“We are pleased to have this playground installed,” said RTE Sport’s RTE correspondent and former Kelson, Mark O’Dowd.

“The playground is in great condition.

It’s just a shame that it’s not in the top three, because it’s beautiful.”

Kells children’s park is located in Kissimmer, in the Kelles family’s backyard.

It is the oldest playground in the county, dating back to 1902 and built by the Kolls.

“I’ve always said it’s one of the best playgrounds I’ve ever seen in Kissymount,” said O’Connell.

“They’ve done an amazing job with it.”

The childrens playground features three different levels of play, each designed to be enjoyed individually.

“It’s a fantastic playground,” said the O’Deville brothers, who have been in the family for over 70 years.

“They put the kids in such a good position.

“We’ve had a great time, the kids are enjoying it, and I think they will have a wonderful time playing here.””

We’ve had a great time, the kids are enjoying it, and I think they will have a wonderful time playing here.”

Man’s death linked to child’s birthday party

A man has died after being struck by a car in a Melbourne suburb.

Police said a man in his 20s had been struck by the car and died in hospital from his injuries.

The incident happened at an apartment complex on the corner of Victoria Street and Victoria Street about 7:30pm (AEST).

Police said the driver was not injured.

The driver of the vehicle was not named.

The man’s father was driving, and police said the crash appeared to be an accident.

A witness said the man had been walking towards a neighbour’s apartment when he was struck.

The car then veered and struck a parked car before coming to rest on the car park, police said.

No charges have been laid.

A spokeswoman for the state’s police union said there was no indication the crash was racially motivated.

“This is a tragic incident, and our thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends of this young man,” she said.

“The police investigation is ongoing and we will be speaking to the driver of this vehicle in the near future.”

A memorial service will be held for the man on Saturday, the Melbourne Fire Brigade said.

It is not clear whether the man was married or living in a relationship.