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New Boston network to connect friends of Ireland

As the emigration trend continues to draw young and old from our shores, new networking groups to connect Irish people abroad are coming on stream.

Death of Mayo man leads to census

The death of a man from Mayo in 2008, whose body was not discovered in his New York home for a week, has led to a census of elderly Irish people in the New York borough of Queens being launched.

Padraig Pearses relegated

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Relegation play-off replay

Padraig Pearse’s can count themselves lucky to get a second bite at the cherry to retain their senior status. A late equaliser deep in injury time from the boot of Sean Fahey ensured that both sides would have to do it all again this Sunday.

Major meeting on family history takes place this weekend

The Western Family History Association will host the Seminar on Irish Genealogy 2010 in the Claregalway Hotel on Saturday.

Famine exhibition at Castlebar Library

Yet another history of Ireland

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SINCE THE early Irish monks began laboriously to compile the Annals of Ireland the writing of the ‘History of Ireland’ has become something of a national sport for academics, historians, retired schoolteachers, journalists, with the odd eccentric thrown in for good measure.

Ireland’s greatest Gaelic lords gathered at Knockdoe

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Adrian Crowley to play Róisín Dubh

ADRIAN CROWLEY is originally from Bearna and moved to Dublin in the early 1990s. For years he quietly worked away at this music, but now he stands on the cusp of great things.

New social housing plan is grossly unfair, says Cllr Keaveney

A Galway county councillor has hit out at Government plans to introduce a Social Housing Leasing Iniative which has been described as “grossly unfair”.

 

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