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NUIG Maree continue to impress

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This is turning into a hugely encouraging Super League campaign for NUIG Maree, who defeated UCD Marian 80-64 at the Kingfisher Gym on Saturday evening.

Katie O’Halloran is Marie Mullen Bursary award recipient for 2021-22

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KATIE O'HALLORAN, a Dublin-based interdisciplinary theatre director and creator, was recently chosen as this year’s recipient of Druid’s Marie Mullen Bursary award.

Wolfe Tone’s passionate love affair with Mrs Eliza Martin

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One of the most intriguing pieces of theatrical memorabilia in Galway is the poster for two plays, Douglas and All the World’s a Stage, to be performed at Richard Martin’s theatre, Kirwan’s Lane, on Friday August 8 1783. The playbill shows the cast with included Martin himself, his wife Eliza (Elizabeth Vessey) and Theobald Wolfe Tone, who would become Ireland’s famous revolutionary, associated with the French inspired 1798 rebellion.

Police manhunts – County Mayo cases 1814-1821

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Like the many, I too have travelled the route to England through the port of Holyhead and then onwards east through Wales until the seemingly unintelligible road signs suddenly appear comprehensible.

Official technological university status bestowed on Athlone

October 1, 2021, has been formally confirmed as the first day of the Technological University of the Shannon: Midlands Midwest.

Concannon hopeful about emerging talent in the west

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“Looking at the 15 there may be eight, nine, 10 players either making their debut or their second Championship game for Galway, nobody realises that, but that could be the situation next week,” selector John Concannon says about the emergence of talent Corribside.

‘How exciting it was to be a Catholic’

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 When Clare Sheridan bought Spanish Arch House in the late autumn of 1946, she was seeking refuge from an eventful life, to find peace and quiet to continue her sculpture, and needed time to give expression to her religious fervour. She had recently converted to Catholicism, and could not resist telling anyone who listened ‘how exciting it was to be a Catholic.’

Ballina councillors shocked by rail freight suspension

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The elected members of Ballina Municipal District have expressed their dismay at the recent decision by Dublin Port to suspend the freight link to Ballina and have asked the council to write to the Minister for Transport and Dublin Port on the issue.

New season kicks off with new competition

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The new Mayo League season will kick off this Sunday, with a brand new competition getting the league up and running for 2021.

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