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Peg was born at 17 Prospect Hill of parents with a strong nationalist outlook. She went to school in ‘The Pres’, where after the 1916 Rising there was a pitched battle between the wearers of the red, white, and blue badges (common during World War I) and those wearing green, white, and gold badges. The green side won, but then all the badges were confiscated by Mother Brendan.
The rugby community in Galway is mourning the death this week of former Galwegians captain and coach and Connacht player, Billy Quinn, after a long and brave battle against illness.
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To celebrate the very successful opening of Mary’s Fish Shop there will be a party on Holy Thursday. Go along and see some great chefs cooking fish to perfection and also demonstrating how to make a great chowder. Everyone loves chowder and it is pretty easy to make, however it really helps to see it done in front of you or to be able to ask a chef for advice.
THE AFTERMATH have shared the stage with Ian Brown, The Script, The Pigeon Detectives, Keane, The Frames, and Razorlight.
The victory of Boston mayor elect Marty Walsh, the son of Connemara emigrants, has been hailed a “great day for Galway” by local representatives who predict a strengthening of ties between the two cities and a much anticipated visit to the west by April next year.
Singing sensations the Willoughby Brothers return to Mayo for a concert at Breaffy House Hotel, tonight Friday October 25 at 8pm, These six singing brothers Richie, Des, Sammy, Robbie, Johnny and Jerome, hail from Coolboy in Wicklow and their passion for singing and performing, combined with a genuine closeness, stems from a childhood filled with music and singing, a love they carried with them through the years into adulthood.
AP hotel in an autumnal Dublin, where the wife of an ambitious politician secretly meets her old lover after 15 years. She soon discovers how dramatically their lives have changed, yet still determines to bridge the gulf between them and shape their future together, whatever it takes.
There were emotional scenes by the Shannon’s edge on Saturday last (December 15) as more than 200 people gathered for the opening of a memorial garden to recall those who lost their lives on Lough Ree and the river.
Richie, Des, Sammy, Robbie, Johnny and Jerome hail from Coolboy in Wicklow. Six brothers, with just over a decade between the eldest and youngest, singing in harmony is what makes this act all the more special. They will take to the stage in the Royal Theatre on October 1 at 8pm. Their passion for singing and performing, combined with a genuine closeness, stems from a childhood filled with music and singing, a love they carried with them through the years into adulthood.