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Presidential welcome as drawn out campaign ends for Halloween

The sense of relief is palpable this week as the October Bank Holiday rolls in and finally, the 2011 Irish presidential election campaign comes to a close. For better or worse we have now elected our new president and whatever political elections, by-elections, local or national arise in the next seven years, all going well, we won't have to worry about who will occupy the Áras for that period at least.

Three weeks to go and the campagin for President rolls on...

It would appear at this stage just three weeks before the Presidential election, that this race is anyones. (Well bar Dana's!).

Dana becomes second Galway based presidential 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.

Race for the Aras begins next week

With only five weeks until voting, and less than a week before nominations close, the Irish Presidential election is beginning to ignite. Many twists and turns have already occurred, but is this merry-go-round of hopefuls doing justice to the position that our President should hold?

Race for the Aras begins next week

With only five weeks until voting, and less than a week before nominations close, the Irish Presidential election is beginning to ignite. Many twists and turns have already occurred, but is this merry-go-round of hopefuls doing justice to the position that our President should hold?

Will Dana answer God’s calling and stand for Europe again?

Perhaps it says something about Irish politicians and the Irish public’s attitude to the EU that not one mention has been made in recent times of next year’s European Elections.

James Kilbane to appear worldwide

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James Kilbane, his music, Achill and Mayo will be featured in the coming weeks on the satellite television network EWTN which is the world’s leading Catholic and Christian broadcaster with an estimated television audience worldwide of over 700 million viewers.

‘I never wanted to be Dana’, O’Leary tells Knock on Yes campaign stopover

Slightly later than advertised, despite Ryanair’s usual record of arrival before time, the familiar figure of Michael O’Leary strode into Ireland West Airport Knock last Tuesday morning with European flag in hand, which he quickly draped over the podium at the head of the room. Along with O’Leary was European Transport Commissioner Antonio Tanji. The two men on first glance appear as strange bedfellows for the Yes campaign, especially when Commissioner Tanji constantly mentions his support for passenger rights in relation to air travel, something that O’Leary tells the assembled crowd is something he will vehemently fight against.

 

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