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Castlebar’s Aisling Neary has made her way through to the final 20 in the Outstanding Young Persons of the World competition, which is being run by Junior Chambers International. Neary, who is from Rathbawn in Castlebar, has been nominated under the humanitarian/voluntary leadership section. After qualifying as a nurse she joined Health Action Overseas and worked with children in an orphanage in Romania, before travelling in Australia and providing nursing to families living in the underdeveloped Australian bush.
Galway songstress, Aisling Quinn spent her formative years devouring music without prejudice to particular styles or genres. Home was full of instruments and Aisling was tinkering on pianos and strumming guitars for as long as she can remember. Piano was the first instrument she learned formally, but like most teenagers, the discipline to practise escaped her.
Gortskehy National School is the first primary school in Ireland to have the pupils' video work featured on An Lar TV, a community TV channel for the Irish Diaspora. anlar.tv has an audience of between 2,500 and 3,000 people a day in some 50 countries. Gortskehy school joins a list of other educators providing content for the channel such as the University of Limerick, the Royal College of Science at UCD, and the Irish School of Animation in Dublin.
The vocal star of the Oscar-nominated movie, The Secret of Kells, Christen Mooney (13) has agreed to be the Grand Marshall for this year’s St Partick’s Day Parade in Kilkenny.
Aisling is a spacious four bedroom semidetached residence on an extensive site at Glenard Road. While in need of refurbishment, the property offers spacious accommodation throughout with the added attraction of having enormous potential for expansion and extension if required.
Castlecomer was buzzing with excitement on Sunday last when the community came together to welcome home the crew from the Evolution Martial Arts Academy.
Eleven members of the Evolution Martial Arts Academy from Kilkenny travelled to Sacramento, California over Christmas to attend the Super Grands World games XX1 and Amateur Internationals.
Last week the Wall of Inspiration came to Athlone Towncentre, an initiative for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ireland to create awareness and raise funds for the programme.
Athlone Towncentre is currently hosting Westmeath Big Brother Big Sister’s Wall of Inspiration. Shoppers are invited to place a brick on the wall and write a special message to a person that has inspired them in their life. The Wall of Inspiration will run throughout this weekend.
KCLR’s Aisling Moore came away with two awards at this year’s prestigious PPI (Phonographic Performance Ireland) Radio Awards held at the Lyrath Hotel, Kilkenny over the weekend.