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Old-world charm at the Court Yard Hotel

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The four-star Court Yard Hotel, steeped in history, is built on the original site where Arthur Guinness created his brewing empire and situated in the colourful heritage town of Leixlip, Co Kildare.

Discover beautiful Kildare from the Court Yard Hotel, Leixlip

The four star Court Yard Hotel, steeped in history, is built on the original site where Arthur Guinness created his brewing empire and situated in the colourful heritage town of Leixlip, Co Kildare. Located in a region blessed with some of Ireland’s most spectacular scenery, the hotel has been meticulously restored and refurbished offering old world charm, beautiful original stone work, with contemporary design.

Old-world charm at the Court Yard Hotel

The four-star Court Yard Hotel, steeped in history, is built on the original site where Arthur Guinness created his brewing empire and situated in the colourful heritage town of Leixlip, Co Kildare.

Solicitor sobs as she is jailed for stealing €260,000

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A former solicitor who stole €260,000 from her clients over a three year period has been jailed for a year. Jacqueline Durcan (47), a mother of five originally from Co Mayo, carried out the thefts after a series of “catastrophic” investments during the property boom. Most of the money stolen was put back into the family practice, including paying for professional indemnity insurance, while €51,000 was used towards stamp duty for the purchase of her own home, the court heard.

Aimee Banks to star in new opera

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AIMEE BANKS, the 14-year-old soprano who burst on to the international scene last year after representing Ireland at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, will appear in Heresy, the first opera by the celebrated Irish composer, Roger Doyle.

Exceptional value in mixed use property in Ballina

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Cloherty chartered surveyors has announce the auction of a substantial mixed use residential commercial property at Kevin Barry Street, Ballina. This property has a strategic position in Ballina town centre adjacent to the site of the old Western People offices, opposite the Court House and near the junction of Bury Street and the Crossmolina road. It has an excellent profile, is very visible, and has great potential from a range of perspectives. There is a C2 zoning objective for the property (commercial - edge of centre) in the Ballina Town and Environs Plan.

Did a midsummer murder silence a guilty pilot?

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In June 1858 Galway town was in a fever of excitement. Its vision for a magnificent transatlantic port off Furbo, reaching deep into in Galway Bay, where passangers from Britain, and throughout the island of Ireland, would be brought to their emigration ship in the comfort of a train, could now be scuppered by the apparent carelessness of the two local pilots.

The Woodstock of the west remembered

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This month marks the 35th anniversary of one the boldest and most imaginative private ventures to be undertaken in Mayo. The year was 1981 and the plan was to transform a 65 acre site outside Castlebar into the biggest two-day rock festival ever staged in the province. The proposal was the brainchild of brothers Tommy and John Staunton and local hotelier Tony McHugh. The substantial sum of £120,000 was invested in the festival with half going toward enticing major acts to play over the August bank holiday weekend.

He went to jail to save his father

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Hubert Reynolds was born in St Patrick’s Avenue in 1902 and shortly afterwards his family moved to Queen Street. He followed a family tradition when entering the service of the Railway Company as a 15-year-old in 1917. He was a boy porter and earned 10 shillings for a 60 hour week. From his boyhood, he took an active part in the National Movement and joined Fianna Éireann. During the War of Independence, he was engaged on communications work.

 

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