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Funeral today of woman who died in dog attack

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The funeral will take place today in Moycullen of Theresa McDonagh, who died after being attacked by two dogs in the area last weekend.

The priest who celebrated his own funeral Mass

Week III

Looking Deadly at the Linenhall

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A comedy about funerals? Looking Deadly is just that, a hilarious play written and performed by Niamh McGrath and Keith Singleton at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Thursday, January 26 at 8pm. 

Looking Deadly at the Linenhall

A comedy about funerals? Looking Deadly is just that, a hilarious play written and performed by Niamh McGrath and Keith Singleton at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Thursday, January 26 at 8pm.

NUIG One Act Play series

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THE NUI Galway Jerome Hynes One Act Play series, part of NUIG Theatre Week, will see eight new plays performed tomorrow from 6pm in the Cube Theatre, Áras na Mac Léinn.

Funeral of man who died in fire to take place today

The funeral of 62-year-old Jim Biggs from Lecarrow, Clare Island, will take place today (Friday).

Suicide should not be glamorised

The finality of death is like no other ending.

Crash victim laid to rest

The 52-year-old victim of a single vehicle traffic accident which occurred at Kilsallagh on January 2 was laid to rest on Thursday.

Funeral directors play their part in road safety

Over the next few weeks, hundreds of high visibility vests will be distributed in County Mayo to churches by Mayo County Council as part of a road safety campaign. The high visibility vests, detailing a road safety message for drivers, will be available from churches throughout Mayo for funeral undertakers to give on loan to volunteers who marshal traffic at funerals on often dark and remote country roads. A death can lead to thousands of people descending on a remote house or church where big crowds have never had to be catered for before.

GAAW to hold ‘mock funeral processions’ protest

Mock funeral processions to remember “the innocent killed by the British and US war machines in their on-going illegal wars” are to take place in Galway.

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