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A popular travel programme featuring a curmudgeonly comedian attempting to complete a bucket list has inspired local DJ Rita Scott to offer one Mayo parent an adventurous prize.
Paddy Keenan, the great piper and former Bothy Band member will play The Passionfuit Theatre, Athlone, on Friday February 24 at 8.30pm, with support from Eoghan Scott.
There was disappointment for the Kilkenny senior camogie girls as they were caught by a late Galway flurry in Nowlan Park last Sunday as their league hopes were ended. Kilkenny led by four points at the interval —1-6 to 0-5 and a 45th minute goal from Shelley Farrell followed by a close range free by Aoife Neary restored that four point gap.
Last Saturday was a memorable day for Kilkenny schools as Grennan College (Thomastown), Loreto Kilkenny and Castlecomer Community School all recorded All-Ireland victories in Trim Co Meath. The day began with Grennan College landing honours in the Roinn B title defeating St Louis Ballymena 4-9 to 3-3. Grennan playing into the breeze during the opening-half led 3-2 to 2-1 at half-time thanks to goals from Aine Lannon, Niamh Donnelly and Kelly Hamilton.
The Wind Turbine Action Group South Roscommon (WTAGSR) would like to thank all those who supported the recent drive to raise funds to conduct its campaign.
Picturesque Inis Oírr scooped one of the top awards at 2010 All-Island Pride of Place competition with The Latin Quarter in Galway city and Letterfrack also doing well by taking runner up awards.
PADDY KEENAN, the great piper and former Bothy Band member, returns to The Crane Bar, Sea Road, on Wednesday at 9pm.
A local racehorse trainer is reported to be happy with a substantial six-figure sum in damages that he received from AIB in settlement of a High Court legal action he took against the bank for overcharging on his account from 1986 to 1998.
A man who obstructed council staff and gardai as they attempted to remove his illegally parked caravan was fined €1,000 when he appeared at Galway District Court this week.
When it comes to planning applications in Galway, whether it is for a new building, or the renovation of an old building, modernisation or improvement, there are two strands of thought that can affect the decision from the local authority. I may not have all the technical jargon, but I understand that one side of the argument insists that pretty well every building that is a few generations old should be preserved. Any additional building must use the same or similar materials so that the addition appears to be a seamless add on.