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Town Mayor lays memorial wreath in Merrion Square

On Saturday last in Dublin, Town Mayor, Cllr. Frankie Keena laid a wreath at the National Memorial in Merrion Square, during the annual changing of the guard ceremony.

Galway's annual Hiroshima peace event takes place on Sunday

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The annual Hiroshima Peace Event - marking the dropping of the atom bomb on the Japanese city of Hiroshima by the US military in 1945 - will take place in Eyre Square this Sunday at 1pm.

For Adio take Battle of the Bands crown

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For Adio, a Carlow based four piece, claimed the Battle of the Bands crown, emerging victorious following a three way 'performance off' with Exit 13 and Lucid Blue at the Prince Bar on Thursday night.

Kinvara supports Frances Black’s Occupied Territories Bill

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More than 230 people in the Kinvara area signed a petition of support for Senator Frances Black’s Occupied Territories Bill, which seeks to end Irish trade in goods produced in illegal Israeli settlements in occupied Palestinian territories.

Kinvara supports Frances Black’s Occupied Territories Bill

More than 230 people in the Kinvara area signed a petition of support for Senator Frances Black’s Occupied Territories Bill, which seeks to end Irish trade in goods produced in illegal Israeli settlements in occupied Palestinian territories.

Prince of Wales ‘Battle of the Bands’ final on the horizon

For Adio have won through to the final of the Prince of Wales 'Battle of the Bands' competition, following their successful semi-final live performance.

Kinvara comes out in support Frances Black’s Occupied Territories Bill

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More than 230 people in the Kinvara area signed a petition of support for Senator Frances Black’s Occupied Territories Bill, which seeks to end Irish trade in goods produced in illegal Israeli settlements in occupied Palestinian territories.

Peace vigil in Galway for Yemen conflict

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The civil war in Yemen has devastated the country and its people; saw European powers sell weapons to Saudi Arabia, one of the players in the conflict; and yet the conflict has received very little attention internationally.

Platoon

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The year 1958 was the first time the Irish Army sent a number of personnel on a peace mission to work abroad. They were a team of observers who went to the Lebanon. The next group to go abroad were members of An Chéad Cath and they were stationed in the Congo from 1960 to 1963. From 1963 to 1974, our soldiers were stationed in Cyprus, and later a number were sent to the Sinai Desert for nine months. After the Dublin/Monaghan bombings, all Irish military personnel were withdrawn and brought home

Battle of the Bands heats up at The Prince Bar

Rock 'n' roll was alive and well at The Prince Bar, Athlone, last Thursday as the first round of Battle of the Bands commenced.

 

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