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Summer moves on and the Games are here!

It is August now and already in Dunnes Stores and other supermarkets I see the jotters, copybooks, pencils, and schoolbags all being laid out for display and purchase. I imagine if I was a child in primary school and going around with my mother shopping, I would hate those counters and I would be dragging her away from them, because of course it means that going back to school is not that far off.

GIAF breaks record attendance figures for second year running

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Galway International Arts Festival came to a record breaking close last Sunday, with festival attendance figures breaking the 200,000 mark for the second year running and the box office recording its biggest takings to date.

Fair wind to the new Government

Well, we have a new Government at last and I wish it fair wind as it sets about the business of governing Ireland in a fair and equitable way.

Go Over The Edge during Cúirt

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EMERGING NEW voices in Irish writing, including Kathryn Guille, winner of the Cúirt New Writing Poetry Prize 2016, and John O’Donnell, winner of the 2016 Cúirt New Writing Fiction Prize, will read at this year's Cúirt literary festival.

Pick a poll, pick a winner...

Well, as we all know the Election is in full swing with dreadful weather everywhere.

Pick a poll, pick a winner...

Well, as we all know the Election is in full swing with dreadful weather everywhere.

Fine Gael in full flight!

Never let it be said that I only follow the Ard Fheis of one Party. Last Saturday night, having spent the morning and early afternoon in Dun Laoghaire with Fianna Fáil, I sat down at home to look at Enda Kenny’s speech at the Fine Gael Ard Fheis.

Fine Gael in full flight!

Never let it be said that I only follow the Ard Fheis of one Party. Last Saturday night, having spent the morning and early afternoon in Dun Laoghaire with Fianna Fáil, I sat down at home to look at Enda Kenny’s speech at the Fine Gael Ard Fheis.

New exhibition from Richard Hearns

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RICHARD HEARNS, described by the Sunday Independent as "one of contemporary Irish art's best kept secrets" whose "star is in the ascendant" will exhibit his paintings in Anton’s Cafe, Fr Griffin Road.

New Year’s Resolutions 2016? You decide...

Hello to everyone post-Christmas 2015 as we face into the new year.

 

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