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Well, this week we will begin with a tale of woe: Ireland versus Scotland on Saturday in the Six Nations Cup.
Local Fianna Fáil councillor Aengus O’Rourke says a Bill soon to be introduced to the Seanad by his party will finally provide a statutory basis for the registration of wills.
There are so many things to talk with you about this week it is difficult to know where to begin, but I have made up my mind we are going to begin by talking about Bertie Ahern.
Mary O’Rourke is a person who needs little introduction. A proud Athlonian, she rose to prominence as an integral figure within the Fianna Fáil party, serving as Minister for Education, Health, and Public Enterprise between 1987 and 2002, and as Deputy leader of the party from 1994 to 2002.
DEPENDING on what part of Ireland you come from, the year 1916 means very different things. For many it means the Rising, the rebellion led by artists and intellectuals, which paved the way for Independence in 1921.
We had a third inconclusive vote for a Taoiseach last Thursday with neither Enda Kenny nor Micheál Martin winning out. So, what now?
A selection convention held on Saturday evening saw Martin McLoughlin selected as Fianna Fáil’s choice to replace the newly elected TD, Deputy Lisa Chambers on Mayo County Council.
Peter Greene was born in Galway city in 1895, the youngest child of Colman Greene from Carna and Julia McGrath from Newcastle. He was educated in the ‘Pres’ and the ‘Mon’, where his teacher Brother Ambrose was a major influence; “Boys, I hope none of you will ever wear the red coat.”