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Students up in arms at sudden closure of Empower Training

Hundreds of students, teachers and tutors are devastated at the news that Empower Training has shut its doors in Kilkenny leaving only a note on the door as an explanation as to what has happened at the troubled educational facility

Supporters need to show some patience

One week after James Horan’s appointment as Mayo senior manager, I think it is fair to say that his appointment, and that of his back room team, has been warmly received by Mayo supporters. The immediate objection from some quarters might be that he is without senior inter county experience. In the current situation in which we find ourselves, I doubt that the GAA public in Mayo regard inexperience as an insurmountable issue after the summer we have just had. Horan will bring a fresh approach to proceedings, something that is needed right now. The players will trust and respect him. The younger players will remember his terrific talents on the field and will be looking forward to new training methods and a new mantra. I hear that no member of the new management team has travelled with the footballers to New York for this Sunday’s FBD final. I think that is a smart move. This weekend’s match in the Big Apple can best be described as a fun game with nothing of any significance at stake. A number of players playing out there this weekend will not be part of the new squad, and with a type of party atmosphere circulating about the place, it is best that a new manager meets his panel of players in a different environment.

A Yorkshire man in Galway

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On October 22 1959 an unusual play opened at the Royal Court theatre, London; a theatre never afraid to be different. It had after all presented John Osborne’s Look Back in Anger* three years previously - a play which rocked the establishment, and transformed English drama for ever. The critics adored it, it played to full houses every night, and it made lots of money for everyone concerned.

Irish food and drink exports increase

Recent months have seen a strong recovery in the value of Irish food and drink exports, helped by an improving exchange rate, increased meat export volumes, and a stronger export performance in the beverage, dairy and seafood sectors, according to Bord Bia chief executive Aidan Cotter.

Arden at eighty

ON FRIDAY October 1 the Town Hall Theatre is presenting a tribute to author John Arden to mark the writer’s 80th year.

A career in make-up artistry

The International School of Make up Artistry has specialised in make-up courses from beginners to advanced level for more than 25 years, constantly updating with cosmetic products and fashion trends.

Kilkennyman makes Irish volleyball squad

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The panel for the Irish senior men's volleyball squad to travel to Andorra next month has been announced.

Living with the effects of Thalidomide

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Every day is a challenge for thalidomide survivor Maggie Woods. From when she wakes up until she lays her head down at night she must deal with situations that most of us take for granted.

Living with the effects of Thalidomide

Every day is a challenge for thalidomide survivor Maggie Woods. From when she wakes up until she lays her head down at night she must deal with situations that most of us take for granted.

A career in teaching could just be the job

A career in teaching from the International School of Make Up Artistry/College of Health and Fitness is now being offered as a diploma for qualified beauty therapists, make-up artists, nail technicians and massage therapists, which includes Indian head massage, Swedish massage, holistic massage, and aromatherapy.


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