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Man was threatening and abusive after night out

A 23-year-old man who was observed to be threatening and abusive on a Castlebar street as he attempted to fight a man was before Castlebar District Court this week.

Facts and Escapism

Bertie Ahern’s interview on his final day in Dáil Eireann typifies the man. He was gratuitously offensive to a member of the public with legitimate complaints when he sarcastically stated that some people would do anything to get on TV. The fact that she might have a point about his having more than a little responsibility for the current economic crises completely escaped him.

Who Killed The Celtic Tiger in Castlebar for one night only

Following its highly acclaimed presentation in the Town Hall Theatre, Galway, Who Killed The Celtic Tiger commences a mini-tour that begins in the Royal Theatre, Castlebar, on Friday May 7. The outrageous show, from the pen of writer Peter Kennedy, is a satirical look at the state of the Irish political and economic situation, told through the medium of music and mimicry. The show is a whirlwind of political satire, with Mary Harney declaring her passion for Bertie Ahern, Brian Cowen trying to sell NAMA, Enda Kenny dreaming of glory and some of the country’s top pop idols releasing a charity single. Is Jedward’s career over before it even starts? Can Bono and Geldof show charity to the Irish people? Is Daniel O’Donnell really emigrating? Where has Willie O’Dea gone? Can Fairy Harney, Bertie Ahern, Biffo the “Bare”, and “End-it” Kenny find a solution to the recession? Can Michael O’Leary succeed where others have failed?

Bertie Ahern to give NUI talk

Bertie Ahern, the country’s longest serving taoiseach since De Valera, is set to visit NUI Galway next week as an honoured guest of the Literary and Debating Society.

Fianna Fáil’s fate

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The decline in Fianna Fáil’s popularity since last June is unprecedented in the history of the party. The recent TNS/MRBI survey has tracked that support for the party has dropped from 42 per cent to 22 per cent over the past eight months. The leader’s satisfaction rating has declined from 52 per cent to 24 per cent. This presents an alarming prospect for all party members, supporters and especially candidates in the forthcoming local and European elections.

Fianna Fáil’s fate

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The decline in Fianna Fáil’s popularity since last June is unprecedented in the history of the party. The recent TNS/MRBI survey has tracked that support for the party has dropped from 42 per cent to 22 per cent over the past eight months. The leader’s satisfaction rating has declined from 52 per cent to 24 per cent. This presents an alarming prospect for all party members, supporters and especially candidates in the forthcoming local and European elections.

Fianna Fáil’s fate

The decline in Fianna Fáil’s popularity since last June is unprecedented in the history of the party. The recent TNS/MRBI survey has tracked that support for the party has dropped from 42 per cent to 22 per cent over the past eight months. The leader’s satisfaction rating has declined from 52 per cent to 24 per cent. This presents an alarming prospect for all party members, supporters and especially candidates in the forthcoming local and European elections.

You want a flake with that?

Glenroe native Mary McEvoy stars in Cecelia Ahern’s first play Mrs Whippy at Roscommon Arts Centre on Tuesday April 28.

Mrs Whippy comes to Athlone

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Dean Crowe theatre presents the world premiere of Cecelia Ahern’s first play Mrs Whippy on Wednesday May 13 at 8pm.

Minister’s decision not to reopen Harristown House a major blow

The decision by the Minister for Justice and Law Reform, Dermot Ahern TD, not to reopen Harristown House as a treatment centre for people with addiction problems has been described by Mayo Fine Gael TD John O’Mahony as a major blow to many young Mayo people.

 

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