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The centre cannot hold. We are almost a century from Yeats penning those words, and again the political and social climate of the continent - and the broader world - is in turmoil. "The best lack all conviction, while the worst//Are full of passionate intensity."
What does a world-famous celebrity chef cook for Christmas dinner? Surely, it’s some wild and wonderful exotic dish that she picked up on her travels? Not Rachel Allen because Rachel Allen is a traditionalist. “Absolutely not!” Rachel says when asked if she would consider anything else other than turkey for dinner on Christmas Day. “I’m a turkey, sprouts and spuds for Christmas dinner kind of person,” she said ahead of her cookery demonstration at the Lough Rea Hotel and Spa next week. “We tried braised beef one year but we went back to turkey the following year and it has been turkey ever since.”
The Midlands Science Festival, which will take place across the region for people of all ages from November 11 to 18, promises a full programme of innovative and fun hands-on events.
Athlone Springs Hotel is the place to party this festive season.
The Bank Holiday weekend has finally arrived at last, this weekend will see the county full of barbeques, and lunch is becoming the new dinner.
Freshly cooked food to take away for busy people on the go are among the deliciously simple food offerings at Ballindooley Stores, all freshly prepared in store by All Ireland silver award winning chef and local resident Orla Corcoran.
Amino acids are the building blocks that make up body and dietary proteins. There are 22 different recognised amino acids which are grouped into two categories: essential and non-essential amino acids.
There's always something good to go to in Mayo - we round up some of the great things happening around the county.
Seventeen-year-old Aoife Thompson was the hero on Sunday when her late goal helped propel Galway Women’s FC to their first win of the season, overcoming Kilkenny 2-1.
ANZAC WAS the name given to a combined force of First Australian Imperial Force and New Zealand Army troops who landed on Turkey’s Gallipoli Peninsula at around dawn on Sunday April 25 1915, barely nine months after the outbreak of World War I.