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The Hive’s birthday celebration

THE HIVE clubnight celebrates one year of throwing parties in the Róisín Dubh when DJs Cian Ó Cíobháin and Cyril Briscoe hit the decks tomorrow from 11.30pm.

A year of ‘kilometre a day’ swims comes to an end for grateful Athenry family

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At the start of last year, Athenry-based mathematics teacher, athlete and fundraiser John Cloonan pledged that to raise funds for Hand in Hand, he would swim one kilometre every day for a year.

The Hive @ Róisín Dubh

THE HIVE clubnight, with 110th St DJs Cyril Briscoe and Cian Ó Cíobháin returns to the Róisín Dubh tomorrow from 11pm.

Mother’s anger after young girl attacked by Doberman at city beach

A mother of a 10-year-old child who was attacked by a Doberman on Ballyloughane beach this week says such dogs should be muzzled at all times.

Commander Bill King - a legend in his lifetime

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Last Friday, September 21, Commander Bill King passed away surrounded by his adoring family at Oranmore Castle, aged 102 years. It is often said that a man was a legend in his life time, but no man truly deserved that accolade more than the late commander.

New compilation An Taobh Tuathail released as download

ATT VOL 5, the new compilation of music from Cian Ó Cíobháin’s leftfield music show An Taobh Tuathail, is now available as a free download.

Kilkenny Citroen Centre Minor hurling championship Roinn A final

Thomastown and Bennettsbridge have been the two form teams of the Minor league and championship.

Castlebar student is volunteer of the year

Shane Walsh (17), a fifth year student at Davitt College, Castlebar, was named All-Ireland Youth Volunteer of the Year during the fourth annual Pramerica Spirit of Community Awards.

Castlebar student one of top volunteers in Ireland

Shane Walsh, a fifth year student at Davitt College in Castlebar, was named one of 20 finalists in the annual Pramerica Spirit of Community Awards.

Good Tiger ready to roar

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Exciting local band Good Tiger, Galway-based So Cow and Dubliners Sing Song are the latest acts to be rounded up by Problems At The Pancake House Promotions for a gig in Cleere’s Theatre this Friday evening, August 1.

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