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Back to what they do best — Fleadh programmer relishes a return to reality

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A couple’s plea for Ireland to #StandWithUkraine as country responds

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Separated from their family and friends in Ukraine, Anna Krys and Pavlo Bogachenko share their perspectives on the hostilities initiated by the Russian army on their home country. Being abroad and unable to physically fight, Anna and Pavlo have taken up arms in the media field instead. The couple are amplifying their voices through the media to spread the word about the plight of Ukrainians, requesting people to #StandWithUkraine.

Custume Barracks to mark centenary milestone with reflective military ceremony

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NUI Galway research to develop solutions for Defence Forces

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Two NUI Galway projects have been selected to develop solutions for operational challenges facing the Defence Forces.

Praise for emergency services as army bomb disposal squad nullify suspect devices at DPD hub

DPD Ireland CEO, Des Travers, has lauded the prompt action of the emergency services following a suspected security incident at the company’s hub facility in Athlone this week.

Council Cathaoirleach affords Defence Forces Commission submission views

As the Commission on the Defence Forces unveils its comprehensive report, Cllr Frankie Keena, Cathaoirleach, Westmeath County Council, spoke with the Athlone Advertiser, noting his submission thoughts prior to the publication on Wednesday morning.

The King's Shilling

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The folklore and oral histories of Mayo are peppered with accounts of the dreaded Redcoats – the army of the English invader.

The Card Counter

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Film review: The Card Counter

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THE CARD Counter was produced by Martin Scorsese and directed Paul Schrader, the man who wrote Taxi Driver and Raging Bull.

Should our Army be involved in what is happening in Mali?

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“Military men are just dumb, stupid animals to be used as pawns in foreign policy,” Henry Kissinger once said, and any objective reader of Signal, the magazine of the Irish Commissioned Officers Association, might find it hard to disagree.

 

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