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Brexit deal scuppered and a little dose of humble pie

Well, we all know Christmas is coming, but before that comes about, so much has happened in the past week that it is difficult to know quite where to begin.

Get your Christmas woollies on for Gorta Self Help Africa

Gorta Self Help Africa are asking people and children to consider joining schools/companies/businesses across the country in the for its Annual ‘Christmas Jumper Day for Africa to take place across the country on Friday December 15.

Courses for all levels at the International School of Make-up Artistry

The International School of Make-up Artistry is currently taking enrolments for its full time and part time courses.

People of The Tribes : Meet Redmond

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Gerry talks retirement, and our World Cup hopes are dashed

Well, Sinn Féin had a very successful and satisfactory Ard Fheis last weekend.

Cherishing all the children equally?

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Back in the 1960s my late mother had a two-door Morris Mini-Minor. The mini, about the size of a dog-kennel on wheels, was our family car for years (dad drove a van used for deliveries). I think the mini won the Monte Carlo Rally at one time and it became famous. Towards the end of the decade it actually became cool to have a Mini-Minor after the film The Italian Job, starring Michael Caine. But my brother and I had long legs, and the car became a torture chamber on long journeys. We hated the car. There was little room for us and later for my sister, and all her stuff, the dog (who went ballistic if he saw another dog on the street), the weekly shopping, and all the detritus that family cars gather.

Choose a career in make-up artistry

The International School of Make-up Artistry is currently taking enrolments for its full-time and part-time courses.

Roll into books this weekend in Westport

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Westport’s Rolling Sun Book Festival takes place this weekend and brings yet more household names to light up mid-November. From media mogul Mark Little to film maker Jim Sheridan and anthologist Niall MacMonagle to author Paul Perry, the line up promises some exceptional events. The Rolling Sun Book Festival began yesterday evening, Thursday, and concludes with a live recording of RTE’s Sunday Miscellany on Sunday, November 19.

900 students in Mayo setting up their own business'

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More than 900 students from 15 secondary schools in Mayo are setting up their own business enterprises through the Student Enterprise Programme in conjunction with Local Enterprise Offices.

Open day at St Mary's College

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St Mary’s College will hold an open evening on Monday November 20 from 6.30pm to 8.30pm.

 

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