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First Mrs Doyle Tea Party a roaring success

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Catherine Murray, owner and manager of Belles and Blazers, teamed up with Adam Powell from Cloud 9 Café to host the first Mrs Doyle Themed Tea Party recently.

RTÉ personality Anne Doyle announced as Valentine’s Candlelight Ball guest speaker

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Popular broadcaster Anne Doyle has been announced as the guest speaker for the 18th Annual Valentine’s Candlelight Ball which is taking place in Breaffy House Resort on Saturday, February 10 in aid of the Western Care Association. The retired RTÉ Newsreader is a proud Wexford woman who started her career in television at the national broadcaster in 1978.

Westmeath minor hurlers impress

Inspired by the promising Doyle twins, Westmeath strolled to an emphatic 5-19 to 0-4 Leinster Minor Hurling Championship success over Wicklow at the Ballinakill Centre of Excellence.

Raharney qualify for Leinster semi-final

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Lahardane youngsters share life on Our Farm

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A family from Lahardane are sharing their experiences of life on a small farm as part of a quaint new 15-part television series on RTÉ.

Tribute to Florina Doyle

What is that singer’s favourite book?

FROM THE lieder tradition in Germany to bands like Iron Maiden setting Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s ‘The Rime of The Ancient Mariner’ to music, there has long been a connection between literature and song.

Sebastian Barry and Roddy Doyle for Cúirt

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Two of Ireland’s leading novelists, Sebastian Barry and Roddy Doyle, will be among the writers coming to the 2014 Cúirt International Festival of Literature.

Karan Casey to play An Taibhdhearc

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KARAN CASEY and John Doyle, former members of Irish-American folk-trad band Solas, and now solo artists, play An Taibhdhearc tonight.

St Brendan’s bring home the glory

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St Brendan’s College Belmullet, prevailed over a determined Ramsgrange Community School in a mouth watering battle in Athlone IT on Wednesday afternoon to be crowned UMBRO FAI Schools Senior B Girls All Ireland Champions. The mighty Mayo girls were in fine fashion as an early strike from distance courtesy of Kayleigh Winters deceived Katherine Whelan between the posts to give the Erris girls the lead. Their second was added mid way through the first half as Michelle Doherty nipped in at the near post to convert. The New Ross girls were determined to bring the game to the Belmullet ladies and that they did when Shannon Doyle pulled one back four minutes later. The second half was end to end action as Ramsgrange pressed hard for an equaliser. Mentor Neill Reilly had the Belmullet girls well versed and a sterling performance from their back four kept Ramsgrange at bay

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