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When award winning English novelist and short story writer Jon McGregor comes to Galway, to read at the Cúirt International Festival of Literature, it will be his second visit to the county in less than a month.
The recent Oireachtas health hearings on abortion, held in January 2013, shed a lot of light on the question of whether abortion is needed to protect women’s health in Ireland.
If you are looking for a style that’s sure to turn heads, you can take advantage of the 30 years of expertise offered by Anne O’Loughlin Delaney, owner of The Zalon, Newtown, Castlebar.
Three Castlebar businesswomen who won their categories in the Network Mayo Business Awards will take part in the national finals to be held in Drogheda, Co Louth today, Friday September 28. The Mayo winners were Sarah Flood (Snap Mayo, Castlebar) in the Self Employed category, Siobhan Stenson (Cherry Blossom Bakery, Castlebar) in the New Business category and Gerardine Lennon (Lough Lannagh Holiday Village, Castlebar) in the Employee category. Good luck to all three in the finals.
THREE WRITERS, Paul Maddern, Rejini Samuel, and Stephanie Klapp will read at the Over The Edge reading in the Galway City Library on Thursday March 29 at 6.30pm.
On January 21 2012, my dear brother Eamonn suddenly and unexpectedly passed on to join St Peters Heavenly Band. Eamonn was born in Grealishtown beside the new cemetery where he now rests.
THOMAS MOORE is a man torn. He is celebrated in Britain and on the continent for his songs and lyrics about his native Ireland. Yet his country is a colony of the fast growing British empire. As he reaches his autumn years he ponders on his life’s work. Has he been a patriot or is he just an entertainer for his colonial overlords?
THOMAS MOORE is a man torn. He is celebrated in Britain and on the continent for his songs and lyrics about his native Ireland. Yet his country is a colony of the fast growing British empire.
An ecumenical memorial service will be held in St Canice’s Cathedral on Sunday August 1, 2010 at 3.30pm for the late Mrs Nichola Lynas.
The first ever female Dean of Ossory was installed at a ceremony celebrated at St Canice’s Cathedral on Friday last.