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2011 HAS been a milestone for Julian Lloyd Webber, one of the greatest and most admired cellists of our time. This year saw the birth of Julian and wife Jiaxin Cheng’s daughter Jasmine Orienta; the release of the double-CD collection The Art of Julian Lloyd Webber; and Julian’s 60th birthday.
An 11-month-old girl has returned to Galway after a lifesaving liver transplant in London proved successful. Ieva Zukaskuate of Rahoon received a graft from her mother’s liver during a complex operation at King’s Cross Hospital. After complications which included two leaks in a valve and a subsequent infection, Ieva was allowed to return home this week.
Ballyragget can conquer the ‘Gaels
The family of a man murdered by his wife and buried at the bottom of his garden remains fractured and troubled, a court has heard.
It is told that the then Nan Denning was in a world of her own, singing away as she made her way down McHale Road, Castlebar, at the ripe old age of 14, when she was overheard by Tony O’Grady from Manulla. He enquired if Nan would sing in his band which comprised John Lally on saxophone, Toddy Buckley from Knockthomas on drums, Gerald Ralph from Moneen on drums, and Tony himself on accordion. Nan’s first gig was at the Eclipse Ballroom in Ballyhaunis with her opening number “Buttons & Bows”. From there started a long and talented singing career which brought Nan from the dance halls of Mayo to the Castlebar pantomime stage.
The eight men and four women of the jury in the Coole cold case murder trial were sent home yesterday (June 24) to conclude their first week’s involvement in the expected three-week trial of Vera McGrath (61) and her former son-in-law, Colin Pinder (47), for the murder of her husband over 23 years ago.
Smoke-filled room, Leinster House. Wednesday evening. Around teatime— Testing wan, two three. Let the meeting of the Cabinet begin. Say the prayer, Tanaiste.
Kilkenny prides itself on being a medieval hotspot filled with historical wonders and ancient beauty. It also prides itself on hosting the original and the best comedy festival in Ireland. What better way to showcase both, than by taking visitors to this year’s Carlsberg Cat Laughs on a treasure hunt through the city in search of the perfect Saturday afternoon – a comedy show spectacular.
“IF YOU want to guarantee putting a smile on your face, it’s hard to think of a better show to see,” so declared The Daily Telegraph about the English comedy sketch group Idiot of Ants, who make their Irish debut in Galway next week.