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THE GALWAY Pride Festival begins today, ushering in a weekend of music, dance, fancy dress, family fun, talks, youth events, and the annual parade, and in addition to the announced programme more events have been added.
Mayo Councillor Michelle Mulherin and Fine Gael General Election candidate, says the upgrading of the N26 should have been included in the 2011 national roads allocation to Mayo.
Both Ballina and Claremorris saw their hopes for improved rail connectivity dashed this week following revelations that long sought after new train links are no longer a priority. Ballina’s hopes for an early bird Dublin train service are no longer in the running after Irish Rail confirmed this week there are no plans to connect the north Mayo town with the early bird train service that currently runs from Westport each day at 5.15am, arriving in Dublin just before 9am.
Frank Fahey’s seat is in danger according to a new poll, which will make disturbing reading for Fianna Fáil, as it shows party support has dropped in Galway West and that it will struggle to hold on to two seats in the constituency.
Two blocks of a similar size – one of brass, the other plasticine. Which one would displace the most water when dropped into a beaker? If you don't know the answer, then maybe it's time you headed back to school – or maybe not.
Former President Mary Robinson has revealed in a documentary about her to be broadcast on Midwest Radio over Christmas that she wasn’t angry over a personal attack made on her by the then Fianna Fáil Minister Padraig Flynn during the 1990 presidential campaign.
Fianna Fáil Minister Eamon Ó Cuív will be in Castlebar tonight (Friday evening April 17) to officially launch the election campaign of Mayo County Council and Castlebar Town Council election candidate Blackie Gavin. Cllr Gavin is contesting the Mayo County Council elections for the first time this year, having served on Castlebar Town Council since 1994.
RTÉ 1’s Questions & Answers broadcast for the last time on Monday, bringing the curtain down on 21 years of John Bowman chairing debates on the days’ issues among politicians and pundits.
Instead of giving away Irish gas and oil to multinational companies, the Government should use the nation’s natural resources to get the country’s economy back on track.
Fine Gael Leader, Enda Kenny, TD, has welcomed the decision to provide the HVP vaccine to all girls in first year of secondary school and the announcement of a national colorectal screening service. This will have profound health benefits for future generations and avoid much of the suffering associated with these diseases.