Search Results for 'Bobby'

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Kennedy’s children and ‘the loss of heroes’

The dreams and disillusions of the Sixties’ generation are movingly portrayed in Robert Patrick’s award-winning play Kennedy’s Children which comes to the Town Hall the week after next.

A unique offering at Mullingar's The Bakery

The Bakery has been open for business for two years and the success story continues. Started during the recession with just seven employees, they now have over 20 staff, not to mention the indirect jobs created or maintained by buying their ingredients from local businesses.

Island brothers risk life to save clifftop canine

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Two brothers are the toast of Inisbofin after a daring rescue on the island.

FF veteran is Kilkenny’s voice in Europe

In the EU Parliament there are 750 MEPs, only 12 of whom are from Ireland.

Restore your old kitchen back to new

Are you getting tired of looking at your old kitchen and yearn for a newer model? Then look no further than Midfield Fitted Furniture who can upgrade your old kitchen to make it look like new. It’s amazing how a change of doors, worktop and handles can bring a fresh look to an outdated model.

Ray McBride — a profile

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Ray McBride was born in Bohermore, the son of Bobby and Kathleen. He was educated in the Claddagh National School and in Saint Mary’s College. He was always very athletic and tried his hand at a number of sports. He was no good at rugby and his Gaelic football career was cut short by a broken wrist, but he was a nifty soccer player.

Battle Commences - The ground troops arrive

As the candidate list began to clarify itself, there were clear signs of political spring last Saturday as the ground forces arrived in the village. Not any old village of course, but rather the heart of St Patrick’s parish in the city. Out earliest was the Kerry Blue and co who were then rapidly followed in action by Compost Noonan, the child of Larchfield seeking to present himself as the one true holy and apostolic Green.

 

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