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Muslim community to hold minute's silence for Tunisia terrorist victims

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The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in Galway will hold a minute's silence at Friday prayers in honour of the victims of the recent terrorist attack in Tunisia.

Travel Guide

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Lake Garda - The largest of the Italian lakes, Lake Garda enjoys a sheltered position and a warm, balmy climate - a seductive combination for a relaxing holiday.

Prospect rapist chef gets seven years after fourth trial

A Mullingar-based chef who raped a young woman after inviting her back to his apartment for a party has been sentenced to seven years in prison, with the final year suspended, after a fourth trial.

The Prince finds true love...

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After his visit to Britain and Ireland, from 1826 -1828, Prince Hermann, Furst Von Puckler-Muskau returned to Germany, and wrote about his travels with great good humour and vigour. His book, Tour of a German Prince (published in 1830, in four volumes), was an instant success. Translated into English the following year it was a best seller, and a topic of conversation, in both England and America.

Blues, wit and haiku

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THERE ARE those who say there are too many women poets nowadays. For these reactionary critics all was well in the garden of poetry until it was ruined by feminism and the advent of poetry workshops, which have conspired together to encourage many more women to write poetry. And most of it, shock horror, does not even rhyme.

Blues, wit and haiku

THERE ARE those who say there are too many women poets nowadays. For these reactionary critics all was well in the garden of poetry until it was ruined by feminism and the advent of poetry workshops, which have conspired together to encourage many more women to write poetry. And most of it, shock horror, does not even rhyme.

Public meeting on the ‘Arab Spring’

The ‘Arab Spring’ revolutions which have swept through North Africa and the Middle East, have seen brutal dictators ousted and demands for democracy and liberty.

Kitt welcomes reopening of Moroccan market to Irish beef

Dep Michael Kitt has welcomed this week’s announcement that the Moroccan market has been reopened to Irish beef and cattle, saying the move is “good news” for cattle farmers after a 15-year hiatus in trade with the north African country.

Reggie Watts - Über alles in der Welt

THE CURRENT German international football squad boasts 11 players whose parents or grandparents were born outside the Bundesrepublik Deutschland - Podolski, Klose and Trochowski (Poland), Boateng (Ghana), Cacau (Brazil), Ozil (Turkey) and Khedira (Tunisia).

Blue Flags reveal a community’s eco ethos

With schools set to close as we head into the summer season proper, thousands of people will be heading to our beaches for a day of sun, sea, and relaxation.

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