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EIGHTEEN YEARS after it was first performed, Eamonn Kelly’s uproarious comedy Religious Knowledge is returning to The King’s Head for two reunion performances featuring the original cast of Gerry Conneely, Tommy Tiernan, Gary McSweeney, and Phillip Sweeny, directed, as before, by Fiona Kelly.
By the time the next edition of the Mayo Advertiser hits the shelves, voting in the Presidential election will be complete and the votes will be in the process of being tallied.
Independent candidate Sean Gallagher will be getting the vote from the majority of Kilkenny’s Fianna Fail councillors, while Green Party councillor Malcolm Noonan will be voting for David Norris next Thursday.
We rarely have presidential elections in the State. If you are under 55, you will only have had the opportunity to vote in two such elections. Make the most of the rare opportunity next week, and have your say in voting for our next Head of State.
Kilconly GAA club had their proudest day ever last Sunday when the club which was founded in 1943 went senior for the first time in the club’s history.
It would appear at this stage just three weeks before the Presidential election, that this race is anyones. (Well bar Dana's!).
Like an elf picking his way across a dangerous river, all he has to do is look out for the small smooth stepping stones, ignoring the tempting delights of the seemingly innocuous rocks which carry within them potential slips that could see him splash into the water. And before each leap, he must take a look left and then right. And if he can do that, then the gates of the Phoenix Park will beckon before him, the lush grass inviting him inside, rewarding him for a lifetime of service. Yes, that is just how close Galway is to having its first ever Uachtarain na hEireann. For a county that has provided leaders in almost every other sphere apart from Taoiseach and President, it is now very likely that Michael D will go into the last few weeks of the election campaign with the prize being his to lose. Althought there is many a slip twixt the cup and the lip, the manner in which the presidential debate has descended into verbal street-fighting has done a lot of the work for the Labour candidate.
This week saw a second Galway based candidate enter the presidential election when Dana Rosemary Scallon received the final nominations she needed to secure a run for the Árus.
Whether there was a witch hunt out for him from the start or not, what he did was wrong and inexcusable.
Local girl Emma Shore is through to the first round of The All Ireland Talent Show.