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INSIDE THE cover of a 2006 paperback edition of the book the blurb reads: “Harper Lee was born in 1926 in Monroeville, Alabama, a village that is still her home. She attended local schools and the University of Alabama.
What a week it has been! I don't think I've ever heard as many rumours about player injuries ahead of an All-Ireland final. The Kilkenny team returned to training last Monday night after their customary weekend away in Wexford.
Thomastown Ladies Under 14 Football Team will attend Feile Peil na nOg this weekend for the fourth year in a row, with two players Nelle Henderson and Sinead Whelan recording their fourth trip to the annual festival of football. In 2007 in Leitrim, Thomastown won two matches before losing out at group stage to eventual winners Kinawley of Fermanagh.
Mayo's Vincent Moran failed in his bid to capture a first ever All-Ireland senior singles hardball title at Mullingar on Saturday evening but he made the eventual winner — Eoin Kennedy of Dublin — work hard for his win. Kennedy dominated from the off and took the first game surprisingly easily on a 21 aces to six scoreline. However the Ballaghaderreen man came good in the second, playing some fantastic handball, and he won it 21 aces to 12. Kennedy raced into a commanding 11 aces to one lead in the deciding third and, despite Moran's best efforts, he was unable to recover from that bad start and lost it 21 aces to 10.
Westmeath dairy farmer, Noel Martin, has won one of the premier awards in the Connacht Gold Milk Quality Awards. Noel and his wife Mary, who farm at Fardrum, Athlone, took the award for the highest standards in animal health across the 950 dairy farms supplying Connacht Gold in 2009.
This bank holiday weekend will come alive to the sounds, smells, sights, and feel of Cuba and its capital city Havana with the Little Havana Festival.
The deplorable condition of the N5 Dublin road between Westport and Longford was picked up by the national media this week when the Pat Kenny RTE Radio 1 show came to town.
Galway's Little Havana Festival is a new, free and fun-filled event taking place in the city’s Latin Quarter from June 4 to 6.
The shocking revelation that four of the big multi-nationals in County Mayo are considering pulling out of the region due to the dire condition of our roads has provided the reality check that infrastructure is a top priority for the future success of the region. Coca Cola and Hollister in Ballina, Baxter in Castlebar, and Allergan in Westport are all massive employers in the area yet lumps and bumps in our roads are forcing management to consider exiting the market.
Africa Day falls Tuesday May 25 and to celebrate African people and culture, there will be an exciting programme of sports, music, film, and educational events taking place in Galway city.