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Ballina look to roll back the old cup magic

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If you have an interest in basketball in Ireland, then Kieran Shannon’s magnificent opus on the history of the game Hanging from the Rafters would have been on your Christmas wish list. The award winning journalist’s trawl back through the glory days of Irish basketball is a must read for any sports fan, not only those who are fans of basketball. In the book Shannon dedicates a chapter to the boys from Ballina and their triumphs and tragedies, concentrating on the glory days around the early 1990s.

Serving the Midlands and West

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Ireland West Airport Knock has been Ireland’s fastest growing international airport in recent years and is the only international airport located to serve the BMW region.

Early bonus for Ballyhale’s TJ Reid as he scores player award

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Seven of the clubs in contention for February’s AIB GAA Club Championship semi finals received a boost today with the news that a player from each club will be recognised with an AIB Provincial Player Award, to be presented in Dublin on Tuesday, February 9.

Greenfield diary farm open days spark national interest

The Greenfield Dairy Project in Kilkenny is hosting an open day next week for local and national farmers.

Kilkenny schools go for glory at BT Young Scientist & Technology fest

This Saturday, January 16 will be your last chance to visit the 2010 BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition at the RDS, Dublin.

Government may miss deadline for EU flood relief funds

Jim Higgins MEP for Ireland north west today urged the government to ensure it applies for funding from the EU Solidarity Fund before the January 27 deadline passes.

Bishop Drennan to meet Pope in Rome showdown

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DEFIANT Bishop of Galway Dr Martin Drennan, who has refused to bow to calls for his resignation after his name was mentioned in The Murphy report into the handling of child abuse in the Dublin archdiocese, is to speak face to face with Pope Benedict in the Vatican next month as the pontiff draws up a response to the Irish abuse scandal.

Aer Arann flights disrupted during traffic controller strike

A number of Aer Arann flights were either cancelled or delayed due to the strike by air traffic controllers at airports across the country yesterday.

Kenny’s to celebrate seventy years in business

Kenny’s will celebrate a major milestone in 2010 as is the family’s 70th year in business and the world famous bookshop and gallery has a number of events planned to mark the occasion.

Val Hanley wants to know if you’ve got talent

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The Vintners’ Federation of Ireland, in conjunction with Smithwicks, is giving the Irish public the chance to showcase their talent in the Stars Of Our Bars pub talent competition.


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