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This photograph of a group of postmen was taken on December 17 1928 outside the General Post Office in Eglinton Street. The sorting office was inside the double gate, as was the long narrow passage that brought one into the back of the post office. The car in the background was a Model T. Notice the cobbled footpath.
FLASH HARRY, one of the world’s leading Queen tribute bands, are coming to Galway, playing the Town Hall Theatre tomorrow at 8pm.
One of the most highly anticipated stage productions on the Mayo entertainment calendar is just around the corner.
On June 12 1922 a very special ceremony took place at Windsor Castle, near London. Following the establishment of the Irish Free State the previous December, five Irish regiments, including the Connaught Rangers, the Royal Irish, the Leinsters, the Munsters, and the Dublin Fusiliers, which had served the British army with exceptional valour at times, were disbanded. It was a day of special significance for both the participants and onlookers.
The Connacht branch of the Irish Rugby Football Union was formed on December 8, 1885 in Corless’ Burlington Dining Rooms, Andrew Street, and Church Lane, Dublin. The meeting took place after the first time Connacht played as a province in a match against Leinster. The clubs represented at the meeting were Ballinasloe, Castlebar, Galway Grammar School, Galway Town, Queen’s College Galway, and Ranelagh School, Athlone.
Gay rights activist Rory O’Neill, aka Panti Bliss, is heading Down Under to represent Ireland at one of the world’s biggest and most colourful celebrations of gay pride - the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras.
UNITARDS, FLAMBOYANCE, falsettos, and gargantuan guitar riffs will explode onto the stage of Monroe’s Live when The Darkness play the Dominick Street venue on Friday March 13 at 8pm.
Nineteen-year-old Nicola Lynch from Ballycroy is to feature on this Sunday’s installment of The Voice of Ireland on RTÉ One.
Enhanced walking amenities on Knockma near Tuam could be developed if land at the top of the 170-metre hill is purchased by the National Parks and Wildlife Service.
Knock Shrine and Ireland West Airport are delighted to announce the first Diocesan pilgrimage from the Archdiocese of New York to Ireland’s National Marian Shrine will take place in August 2015.