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Calling Kilkenny’s story-tellers

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Kilkenny’s story-tellers will have a chance to indulge in their art on National Tell Tale Day tomorrow (Saturday), as part of Heritage Week.

A fairytale with a difference!

Magical spectacle at Tullynally Castle

Butterfly Kisses

On first seeing Butterfly Kisses Adult Boutique in Mullingar was for sale, Anne Gilhooley dismissed the thought immediately, thinking there was no way she would be able to handle a business of such magnitude at only 20 years old. However, having completed her childcare training and resisting the urge to settle in a comfortable, safe job, she decided to email Nicola, the previous owner. A few hours later she replied, and within minutes Anne had bought the business.

The Salad Circus @ Monroe’s Live

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THE SALAD Circus, led by former No Banjo member Jack O’Grady, play Monroe’s Live this Saturday from 9.30pm.

Families celebrate Christmas at Loughloe

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In the bleak midwinter snow and frost last Saturday afternoon, the remaining residents of Loughloe House and their families enjoyed Christmas music and festivities in the dining room of the nursing home.

Two arrested following early morning stabbing

A file is being prepared for the director of public prosecutions following a stabbing at a city centre apartment in the early hours of yesterday (Wednesday).

The Salad Circus play Gigantic in Kelly’s

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Hang out with the Galway Community Circus

THE GALWAY Community Circus is looking for young people aged 13 and over with circus aspirations to join the group for a show in the Black Box in November.

Saw Docs top Irish charts for first time in 17 years

Tuam natives The Saw Doctors have reached another new height in their career, storming up the Irish charts once again to hit the number one spot, 17 years after their last chart-topping hit.

Christmas clubs - a long tradition

It is proven that Christmas clubs become more popular during times of recession. In fact, Christmas clubs were born out of the Great Depression in America. They take the pressure off people in the run up to Christmas and reduce the financial strain as the big day approaches. With Ireland entering its first recession in 25 years, it is likely Christmas clubs will increase in popularity in these tough economic times.


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