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‘Mummy, What is that man for?’

A story is told that when William Ewart Gladstone, the great 19th century Liberal Parliamentarian and prime minister was on the campaign trail, delivering one of his marathon three-hour speeches, a little girl in the crowd turned to her mother and asked, “Mummy, what is that man for?”

Westport to host international conference

Westport is to host an international conference from May 14 to 16, the only conference to be held outside of Dublin during Ireland’s presidency of the Council of the European Union.

Mayo team get ball rolling for supported employment in Croke Park

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A contingent of Mayo people were pitch side in Croke Park a little earlier than usual this year— with ministerial approval.

Great expectations for Ireland's seventh EU presidency

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Ireland has both the privilege and the responsibility of hosting the presidency of the Council of the European Union from January 1 until June 30 2013. Holding the presidency is an important role at any time, but the expectations for this forthcoming presidency are even greater given the challenging circumstances that both the Union and Ireland face.

Great expectations for Ireland's seventh EU presidency

Ireland has both the privilege and the responsibility of hosting the presidency of the Council of the European Union from January 1 until June 30 2013. Holding the presidency is an important role at any time, but the expectations for this forthcoming presidency are even greater given the challenging circumstances that both the Union and Ireland face.

Great expectations for Ireland's seventh EU Presidency, says MEP

Ireland has both the privilege and the responsibility of hosting the Presidency of the Council of the European Union from January 1 until June 30 2013. Holding the Presidency is an important role at any time, but the expectations for this forthcoming Presidency are even greater given the challenging circumstances that both the Union and Ireland face.

Mayo Youth Orchestra to play at EU Presidency event

Mayo Youth Orchestra has been selected to play at the 18th Festival of Youth Orchestras at the National Concert Hall, Dublin in February. This special festival is being honoured by inclusion in the official cultural programme of the Irish Presidency of the Council of the European Union. At the festival, run by the Irish Association of Youth Orchestras, there will also be a combined string orchestra of more than 60 players from orchestras in Dublin, Denmark and Norway. The festival will take place on Saturday February 9.

 

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