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Citóg @ The Cellar

ULSTER AND Munster bands will be taking to the stage of The Cellar Bar, Eglinton Street, for Citóg tomorrow night.

Biblio: A monthly review of Irish Books

FOR MOST Galwegians, Little John Nee was largely synonymous with the spirit of the Galway Arts Festival in its early years.

One day stock clearance sale

Calling all fashion conscious ladies! If you fancy snapping up designer labels at fantastic reduced prices, come along to the Creggan Court Hotel on Sunday February 20.

Heartache for gallant United

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A minute by minute look at how Sunday’s Cup tie unfolded.

Local school to get a playground makeover

Play time will be a lot more colourful for 12 schools North and South of the border when they each benefit from a €4,600 playground makeover thanks to the Ulster Bank Supergrounds scheme. Gael Scoil Osar, Loughboy, Kilkenny, is one of six Republic of Ireland schools selected to receive a playground redevelopment.

Societal violence all too obvious in sport too

A few weeks ago, myself and Mike Finnerty - who is the GAA

Societal violence all to obvious in sport too

A few weeks ago myself and Mike Finnerty — the GAA commentator for Setanta Ireland and TV3 for the coming championship — were staying over in Omagh after the Tyrone v Derry game. We were having a few beers and were chilling the beans after the long road, the game and the commentary in the Silverbirch hotel, just off Gortin Road, down from Healy Park. We had itchy feet and wanted to head into town to check out the local hostelries, have a bit of a laugh with the locals, and enjoy the night. However we were a tad reticent due to being in unfamiliar surroundings and not knowing the lay of the land.

How a school produced extraordinary Irishmen

THE ROMAN Catholics of Northern Ireland have very little to thank British governments for, except a piece of legislation, which would help empower a generation to speak out against discrimination of Catholics in Ulster.

It’s now shoulders to the wheel for Galway footballers

Galway footballers, beaten last Sunday, now face Donegal this Saturday at 5pm in Markievicz Park.

Dead men walking?

I came across the movie The Green Mile a few nights ago on late night zombie TV.

 

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