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New book celebrates the history and genealogy of Partry

The village of Partry is the setting of a story which spawns a thousand tales of descendants and diaspora; each with his or her very own destiny, life path and family tree. This rich historical and genealogical study of more than 200 families is brought to life in more than 500 pages and 20 chapters by Peter Hennelly McLoughlin. The book, Partry People of Co Mayo Family Histories 1856 and Beyond is a comprehensive historical record of the people of Partry, Parish of Ballyovey, and will be officially launched in Partry on August 29.

Five—star Kilkenny blitz into All-Ireland decider

Kilkenny 5-17

Under-16s easily regain Leinster title

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Kilkenny under-16 camogie girls easily regained their Leinster title as they defeated Dublin at a sun-drenched Tom Ryall Park, Kilmanagh, last Sunday afternoon. It was an efficient, disciplined, and workmanlike display from Kilkenny, who surged clear during the second-half, as the switching of Miriam Walsh had a decisive effect. Walsh scored 1-2 in the second-half — 1-4 in total as they killed off the hopes of the Metropolitan girls.

Majestic Malone strikes late as Kilkenny grab vital victory

A thrilling contest that produced a dramatic conclusion saw Kilkenny snatch a vital victory away to Tipperary in the Ragg last Saturday afternoon, as the under-16 All-Ireland camogie championship got off and running.

Art exhibition from Rural Training Centre

Service users from the HSE Rural Training Centre will hold their latest art exhibition in the Linenhall Arts Centre at 2.30pm on Thursday December 9 . Entitled Garden Notes, it is the result of workshops held at the Rural Training Centre during the summer months under the artistic direction of well-known Mayo artist Deirdre Walsh from Partry.

Dazzling line-up of events across the county for Culture Night

On Friday September 24, 15 venues across Mayo will offer access to an amazing array of free late night culture and people can now see the full programme at The Mayo venues have a wonderfully diverse programme, reflecting the wealth of cultural activity our county has to offer. Opening times range from 5pm to 12am.

May celebrations for older people continue

Recognition of senior members in society continues this month as the Bealtaine festival celebrating creativity in older age gets into full swing. Bealtaine is co-ordinated by Age & Opportunity and works with local, regional and national organisations to encourage participation in the arts by older people.

Movie time at the Linenhall

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Top Irish drama at the Linenhall

Plenty of highlights coming up at the Linenhall

Faulkner and Daly bring some top trad back to the Linenhall

Supermac’s denies involvement in TV3/BCI row

Supermac’s has firmly denied any involvement in the row between the Broadcasting Commission of Ireland (BCI) and TV3 regarding alleged illegal product placement in the hit show The Apprentice.

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