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Mayo native Tom Byrne is appointed president of the Institute of Directors

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Tom Byrne, originally from Kiltimagh, has this week been appointed to the position of president of the Institute of Directors in Ireland (IoD) and will serve a two-year term. He replaces Ann Riordan who held the position since June 2009.

Mary McEvoy to launch new book in Charlie Byrne’s

Mary McEvoy, one of Ireland’s best-loved actresses, will launch her first book How The Light Gets In, in Charlie Byrne’s Bookshop on Tuesday April 26 at 6.30pm.

Sean Byrnes Off-licence makes staying in the new going out

Nowadays more and more people are enjoying their weekend tipple at home. Gone are the days of paying a fortune for baby-sitters and taxis and braving the cold — the new going out is staying in.

Jason Byrne returns to Laughter Lounge

French poet to read in Charlie Byrne’s

THE FRENCH poet Colette Wittorski will be reading in Charlie Byrne’s Bookshop, Middle Street, on Thursday February 18 at 6pm.

Dick Byrne to launch auto-biography in Kenny’s

Galway architect, playwright, journalist, and ‘man about town’ Dick Byrne will launch his autobiography - Tell ‘Em Who You Are! - in Kenny’s Bookshop, Liosbán, tomorrow at 6pm.

The many comedic identities of Jason Byrne

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AS PART of the Irish comedy explosion in the 1990s Dubliner Jason Byrne emerged as a high-energy in-your-face new act. Over he next decade he was to become one of the biggest touring acts in Ireland and Britain and his RTÉ series Anonymous - which featured Ronan Keating, Glenda Gilson, Hector, and Samantha Mumba in various disguises - proved to be a big hit with viewers.

Castlecomer golf

The seniors AGM took place recently and the new committee was formed for 2009. Officers for 2009 are as follows: Captain: Christy Ryan, Vice captain: Pat O’Connell, Honoury treasurer: Leo Conway, Honoury secretary: John Shore, Committee members: John Hardy, Mai McEvoy, John Ryan, Paddy Morrissey & Eamonn Murphy.

First half brace sends Athenry through

Athenry advanced to the next round of the FAI Junior Cup after a hard fought win in Tuam on Sunday morning.

College win at Westside

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Saturday saw NUIG claim a fine scalp in their evolving quest to solidify Premier status, deservedly turning over Corrib Rangers on their home turf in as entertaining a game as one could hope for in Westside.

 

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