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Mayo County Council Election Count : Live (Day 2)

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Welcome to day two of the Mayo Advertiser's rolling live election count coverage from the Royal Theatre in Castlebar. Colm Gannon and Frances Toner will be here throughout the day and into the night bringing you all of the news from the count centre as it happens. You can follow all the action here on www.advertiser.ie/mayo on our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/mayoadvertiser and on Twitter by following us here https://twitter.com/MayoAdvert.

Mayo County Council Election Count : Live

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Welcome to the Mayo Advertiser's rolling live election count coverage from the Royal Theatre in Castlebar. Colm Gannon and Frances Toner will be here throughout the day and into the night bringing you all the news from the count centre as it happens. You can follow all the action here on www.advertiser.ie/mayo on our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/mayoadvertiser and on Twitter by following

Máirtín O'Connor Band to play An Spidéal

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THE MÁIRTÍN O’Connor Band, featuring the titan talents of Cathal Hayden, Seamie O’Dowd, and Jim Higgins, and the great man himself, play the Éigse an Spidéil festival this weekend.

Spring Leagues get moving as Winter League finish up

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Councillors want to see LIS funding back to previous levels

By Colm Gannon

Music on Inishbofin

JULIE FEENEY and The Walls are among the musicians who will be making their way to Inishbofin for the island’s summer concerts.

Culture and tradition to be celebrated next week at Spiddal 2013

Traidphicnic is back for the second year. The festival, which celebrates Irish culture and traditions, will run in Spiddal on Friday July 5 and Saturday July 6.

Traidphicnic 2013 in An Spidéal

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THE SECOND Traidphicnic festival, celebrating Irish music, culture, and traditions, takes place in An Spidéal on Friday July 5 and Saturday 6.

Galway Sessions gigs @ The King’s Head

THE KING’S HEAD pub will host a series of free concerts of Irish trad next week, each starting at 3pm, as part of the Galway Sessions festival.

Galway Sessions to culminate in The Great Gathering Concert

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THE IMPORTANCE of Irish traditional music to the Irish Diaspora cannot be over stressed. Great musicians such as Tommy McCarthy, Mick Conneely, John Gannon, and Peter Carberry played key roles in fostering a sense of Irishness for their communities in London, Manchester, and Boston.

 

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