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THE FATHER of African film, Cape Verde's best loved LGBT woman, and the coming of age of an Afro hipster, these are just some of the stories and people to feature at the 10th annual Galway African Film Festival.
New research reveals that more than 50 per cent of the population visit the pub at least once a week, while as a nation we retain a deep affinity for the Irish pub as a social hub at the heart of local communities.
May bank holiday weekend was a busy period for Lough Ree RNLI, who were called out on two occasions to aid vessels that had encountered difficulties.
WITH ANOTHER Bank Holiday coming so soon after the last it's another chance for a long weekend and big nights out, and HALO nightclub, Abbeygate Street, has a stacked line-up of resident DJs all weekend.
As the summer fast approaches, temperatures start to rise and the likelihood of sun being forecast increases; slightly. For the gardener, plants, and flowers start to bloom but it is important to pay attention to the change in weather if you wish to keep your little piece of paradise looking pristine.
WHEN THE crowd in the Town Hall Theatre rose to give Foil Arms and Hog a standing ovation after they performance their show, Doomdah, last Friday night, it was a deserved accolade, but perhaps, for the comedians, a bittersweet one.
So Mother's Day is nearly upon us; a day where we show our appreciation for the woman who does so much for us; Mum.
To make Mother's Day extra special this year, Kilkenny Shop has a perfect selection of gorgeous gifts.
The air in political circles is dense with anxiety these days. Having been pulled back from the brink of a cliff edge which was heading straight into the depths of an election nobody wanted, TDs remain cautiously hopeful that more time can be had before facing the electorate.