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Irish critically-acclaimed new drama Hole in the Head to screen at the EYE Cinema

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The EYE Cinema is proud to screen for a limited time only the critically acclaimed experimental feature film by director Dean Kavanagh Hole in the Head from this Friday 30th September.

Moate native wins Virgin Media Discovers competition in association with Screen Ireland

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Moate-native, Jamie O’Rourke, has been selected as a finalist in the Virgin Media Discovers & Screen Ireland Short Film competition for his film ‘Calf’, the script telling the story of a near fatal farm accident that leaves teenager Cáit with a terrible decision to make in order to do what she must to protect her family.

Athlone based company Mersus wins coveted training and development programme award

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Last week saw Athlone software company, Mersus Technologies winning the ‘Best Training & Development Program’ category at the annual Irish Manufacturing Research, Manufacturing and Supply Chain awards, the government body for research in Ireland’s vibrant advanced manufacturing industries.

Open day for volunteers at Never Too Old Charity

The Never Too Old Charity Shop and Claregalway and District Daycare Centrein Claregalway will hold an introductory hour for potential volunteers at 6pm on Thursday 29 September.

Ashford Castle welcomes Irish Wolfhound pups

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What could be better than roaming Ashford Castle’s 350-acre estate with two magnificent Irish Wolfhound pups by your side?

Bodies, Bodies, Bodies - Great fun but not nasty enough

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I think its the best titled film to be released since… There Will Be Blood? I was hoping the film would live up to its great title. Unfortunately I had heard mixed things. Neither a comedy nor a horror.

Meeting Martin Naughton

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I have wanted to tell this story for 27 years. It started when I replied to a job ad in the DCU newsletter, which had been placed by the Centre for Independent Living (CIL). I was invited to an interview at the Royal Dublin Hotel. Soon, the door was pushed open and a bearded man in a wheelchair rolled in. A fishing hat sat on his head, a cigarette hung from his lips and he wore a smile on his face. ‘Shake the thumb,’ he told me. This was my first introduction to Martin Naughton.

Penthouse for sale with DNG Maxwell, Heaslip & Leonard

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DNG Maxwell, Heaslip & Leonard presents to the market this bright and spacious two bedroom duplex penthouse apartment in the popular development of Sailin, Wellpark.

Sadness at passing of playwright who shed light on Magdalene Laundry horrors

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The funeral takes place tomorrow in the city of the celebrated artist, playwright, novelist and poet, Patricia Burke Brogan who passed away in Castlegar Nursing Home earlier this week.


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