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Insider feels the pain of all those who have been affected by the recent flooding events in Galway city. Nor should we forget farmers in the county, who are still feeling the effects of the incessant rainfall.
ALISON SPITTLE, one of the most popular of a new generation of Irish comedians is, as well as being very funny, also a terrible worrier. She worries so much she's decided to do a show about it. Now she's worried about making it a good show.
Thousands of people are driving 'death mobiles' on our roads - putting their lives and those of others at serious risk, new figures reveal.
Thousands of people are driving vehicles that are not road worthy, putting their lives and those of others at serious risk, new figures reveal.
Network Ireland, Mayo Branch has announced the election of Anne Conlon as its new president for 2018. The election took place at the recent AGM. Ms Conlon, who is managing director of Castlebar-based Conlon Training since its establishment in 2010, was delighted to accept the nomination. As part of this role Ms Conlon is on the national executive, a role she took up in 2017 as vice president of Network Mayo. She was also appointed to the national sponsorship group in 2017, which is responsible for the funding of all 15 Networks in Ireland.
Westport’s Rolling Sun Book Festival takes place this weekend and brings yet more household names to light up mid-November. From media mogul Mark Little to film maker Jim Sheridan and anthologist Niall MacMonagle to author Paul Perry, the line up promises some exceptional events. The Rolling Sun Book Festival began yesterday evening, Thursday, and concludes with a live recording of RTE’s Sunday Miscellany on Sunday, November 19.
O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers has recently been shortlisted for the 2017 Irish Independent Property Industry Excellence Awards in the category of Regional Excellence.
Are you uncertain about your Leaving Cert results and what they mean for you? The Exam Helpline 2017, provided by the National Parents’ Council Post Primary (NPCpp) and sponsored by eir and the Irish Independent, is open offering confidential advice, information, and support to students receiving their results.
Galwegians uncertain about their Leaving Cert results and what they mean can call the Exam Helpline 2017, which opens tomorrow at 10am to take calls from students and parents seeking advice and up to date information on what choices are available.