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A story is told that when William Ewart Gladstone, the great 19th century Liberal Parliamentarian and prime minister was on the campaign trail, delivering one of his marathon three-hour speeches, a little girl in the crowd turned to her mother and asked, “Mummy, what is that man for?”
On the 20th anniversary of the beginning of the Rwanda genocide, which began on April 7, 1994, Trócaire has thanked the people of County Westmeath for supporting its work to help survivors strengthen their livelihoods and rebuild peace in their communities in the last two decades.
A protest rally at Shannon Airport, against the US military presence and in solidarity with imprisoned peace activist Margaretta D’Arcy, takes place this Sunday from 2pm to 3pm.
St Anthony’s and Claddagh Credit Union, in partnership with the Irish League of Credit Unions International Development Foundation (The Foundation), which is the charitable arm of the Irish credit union movement, is to provide assistance to help develop the Ghanaian credit union movement.
BARRIO POPULO “sing of freedom, release the joy, build the revolt, cry and shout about love, keep our feet on the ground, and heads in the clouds”.
Fifty years of Kenyan independence from British colonial rule will be marked with a new exhibition to be opened in the Galway Education Centre next week.
Lisdonagh House, Caherlistrane is the venue for a unique and magical Christmas market experience on Sunday November 17.
Calor, Ireland’s leading supplier of rural energy solutions, has this week announced the shortlist of nominees for the Community Champion 2013. The all-island initiative is now entering its second year, after an unprecedented response in 2012. Following several weeks of intense nominating, they have received entries from every corner of Mayo. Tom Jennings has been shortlisted as the Mayo nominee for the Community Champion initiative.
Almost 80 years after the end of WWII, Ireland still attracts condemnation for being neutrality during the conflict, despite its actual practice of covert Allied support.
SYNERGY’S MEMBERS range in age from 20 to 68 and their upbeat music fuses reggae rhythms with folk and rock dynamics.