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National pride to the fore as local Croi na hÉireann Festival makes welcome return

An air of vibrant national pride is certain to pervade within the heart of the local community as the Croi na hÉireann five day festival graces Athlone this week.

New era as PorterShed opens co-working space at Bowling Green

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The remarkable success of the Portershed which has created over 800 jobs in the last five years continued last Friday with the opening of its newest facility.

Connacht Fleadh Cheoil 2023 awarded to Ballina

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The Connacht Council of Comhaltas Ceoltoirí Éireann has awarded the 2023 Connacht Fleadh to Ballina to coincide with the 300th centenary of the town.

Inaugural visit to Shannon Airport for new US Ambassador to Ireland

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Shannon Group today welcomed the new US Ambassador to Ireland in what was her inaugural visit to Shannon Airport since presenting her credentials to President Michael D Higgins earlier this month.

Voices from the Irish Free State

Voices of the Free State — an impressive book faturing selected essays from WG Fitzgerald’s The Voice of Ireland almost a century ago will be launched in the city next week.

John Tierney and Jimmy Ward RIP

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Galway sport lost two respected figures recently with the sad passing of John Tierney and Jimmy Ward.

The signs of arthritis that can be found in our eyes

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Our eyes can reveal a lot about our health – including signs of serious eye diseases or conditions such as arthritis.

Symptoms of arthritis which can be found in your eyes can negatively impact vision

Eyes can reveal a lot about our health including signs of serious eye diseases or conditions such as arthritis.

Help the Oranmore Men’s Shed get a new premises

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Established in 2015, the Oranmore Men’s Shed acts as a social platform through which men in a community can form close bonds with one another. These sheds are affiliated to the Irish Men’s Sheds Association, a broad network consisting of over 450 sheds throughout Ireland.

‘There is a need for ordinary people to say what The Troubles were like’

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From the cages of Long Kesh in the 1970s, to the lecture halls and classrooms of NUI Galway this century, a love of writing and a passionate belief in the importance of education has been central in the life of Paddy McMenamin.


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