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Angel Day, The Irish Wheelchair Association’s angelic annual fundraiser, which will be taking place from November 9 to 13, was launched recently by members of The Galway All Ireland Minor Hurling Team.
Next year’s Tedfest will take place over two 'Craggy Islands', Inis Mor from February 25 to 28, and Inis Oirr from March 4 to 7. Organisers hope this will finally end the long running feud between the islands and prevent the threatened break away Dickfest taking place on the smaller island.
In the summer of 1940, following the fall of France to the Germans, thousands of young men enlisted in the Irish Army to defend their land against aggression, training at the Curragh and then being deployed to military barracks around the country.
When it comes to being Irish, every one of America’s 300 million inhabitants has Irish ties, and right now everyone wants a piece of the X Factor. As a nation we have the Grimes twins, but as a city we have Jonathon Ridgard, senior researcher, chaperone, and cameraman to the hottest pop property.
Turf cutting is a way of life for many communities. It is a part of Ireland’s heritage, but is it part of Ireland’s future? This will be explored in a new documentary on TG4.
It’s great to have a good news story on the front page of the paper this week - in fact that’s two weeks in a row, which is pretty good going at these times!
DECEMBER WILL be a busy month at the GPO with a variety of events taking place at the Eglinton Street venue, including the official launch of the new G bar on Friday December 11.
Whether you’re a fan of comedy or musical theatre, you’ll find some fine entertainment to brighten up the winter evenings in Athlone’s Dean Crowe Theatre next weekend.
Direct from sell-out shows at the famed Helix Theatre in Dublin, Hannah Montana and High School Musical fans are sure to get the ‘Best of Both Worlds’ when this magical tribute show comes to the Dean Crowe Theatre this Sunday afternoon at 3pm. Tickets are just €12.50 for adults and €10 for children.
In light of growing demand for the programme from migrant families now living in Mayo, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ireland is looking for adult volunteers to help young people make the successful transition into Irish society.