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Puppy power

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Traditionally in Ireland, the working farm dog has always been the border collie and this is still the case today. The black and white pooches with their low, loping, stride are still a familiar sight on the backroads and laneways of the countryside moving their woolly charges from one pasture to the next. Other herding breeds are occasionally used, such as the New Zealand huntaway and the Australian kelpie. A well trained dog with the right temperament is worth its weight in gold to a farmer.

Search continues on Lough Ree after boating tragedy

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The search for missing angler Daryl Burke (30) on Lough Ree continued yesterday (Thursday March 27) a week after Mr Burke and two other men entered the water when their 15ft Dory boat capsized near Yew Point close to Hodson Bay last Thursday evening.

Dub reggae with Jonah Dan

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JONAH DAN, a mainstay of the British dub scene since the early nineties, plays the first Rootical Sound System show of 2014.

Alan Partridge to the rescue?

STEVE COOGAN’S celebrated Alan Partridge character is now to star in his own movie, where the hapless radio DJ/talk show host encounters disaster at an airport.

What Richard Did @ The Eye cinema

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WHAT RICHARD Did, described by Hot Press’s Tara Brady as “the most important Irish film of this century”, will receive a special screening in The Eye on Tuesday October 2 at 7pm.

Treat acne with Mandelic Acid

Available at Pauline Cawley’s, Market Square, Castlebar a Mandelic Acid treatment is used for common skin conditions such as photoaging, acne and melasma.

Julian Gough scripts ending for award winning computer game

Galway novelist Julian Gough has scripted the ending for the multi-million selling computer game Minecraft, which was recently launched in Las Vegas.

Westport drama group beat the recession blues with Galway performance of classic play

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St Patricks Drama Group Westport, a non-profit organisation founded in 1964, are coming to Galway next week with their newest production Widows Paradise. This three-act comedy, written by Sam Cree, is one of the most entertaining plays ever staged by the group and will transport the audience to nostalgic moments of the 60s and will be staged at the Town Hall on Thursday June 2.

St Patrick’s drama group defy recession blues with new play

St Patrick’s Drama Group Westport are back with the season of spring in their step and a brand new production. Widows Paradise is a three act comedy written by Sam Cree and it promises to be one of the funniest plays the group have staged in years. The play will take to the stage in the Royal Theatre, Castlebar, on Friday May 13 2011 at 8pm sharp, with tickets costing from €12 to €15.

Serums are the way forward

While moisturisers are ideal for the skin the way forward lies with serums. The benefits of a serum far outweigh those of a moisturiser.

 

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