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Former president Mary Robinson is Ireland’s most inspirational woman, according to Galwegians.
One of Ireland’s foremost comtemporary poets, Michael Longley, is to give a special reading of some of his ‘Mayo poems’ in the Ballina Arts Centre, on Friday, April 10.
Ballina will be seeing former US presidents coming to the north Mayo town to speak at the proposed Mary Robinson Centre.
I’m back. I haven’t fallen off the wagon and I’m still working my body into a bit of a sweat, working muscles that haven’t been used since Jack Charlton was in charge of the Irish football team and Mary Robinson was president of the nation.
By Frances Toner
Nobel Peace Prize winner, Muhammad Yunas from Bangladesh, is to speak in Ballina on Friday for the inaugural International Human Rights Lecture of the Mary Robinson Centre.
A lecture on the theme of women in peace, delivered by former president of Ireland and world renowned social campaigner, Mary Robinson, is to be beamed live from South Africa to her native Ballina on Tuesday.
Some 20,000 people converged at the Quay Village and lined the streets and approach roads in Ballina to witness the recent Cannonball spectacle.
All the talk about gender quotas being the solution to more women in politics remains to be seen. Fundamentally it's false. Let's face it, quotas are a fabricated means (in Ireland's case man-made!) to put women on tickets because we have failed spectacularly otherwise.
THE STARS of hit Irish comedy show The Savage Eye - David McSavage, John Colleary, Pat McDonnell, and Dermot McMorrow - are coming to Galway.