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Mayo businesses short-listed for outstanding performance

A number of Mayo businesses have been nominated for the Q Mark award, which recognises outstanding performance across all sectors.


•Athenry Soccer club is hosting a table quiz on Friday February 26 in the Raheen Woods Hotel, Athenry. The entry fee is €10 per person per team of four. Winners’ prizes, spot prizes and finger food are included. For further information contact Ronan 0866052131 or Pat 0872236519.

Niall O’Hara named Buccaneers’ captain

Sligo native Niall O’Hara has been named club captain of Buccaneers as they return to division one rugby this season.

Karate club team chop out competition in junior champs

Carlow Karate club members shone in Slovenia this month in the Junior Karate World Championships.

Walsh’s wonder strike earns junior glory for Tullogher

Tullogher-Rosbercon landed their 5th Kilkenny junior hurling title as they overcame a youthful Lisdowney in a cracking junior final played in terrible conditions at Nowlan Park last Saturday.

Spa Management degree a positive step for tourism industry

The country’s first degree in spa management was launched last week at a function in Athlone Institute of Technology.

WDC welcomes rollout of national broadband scheme

The Western Development Commission has welcomed the Government’s National Broadband Scheme which will see broadband rolled out to all parts of the western region by September 2010.

William Street Gallery opens its doors to renowned artists

This Saturday at 11am will see the opening of the new William Street Gallery.

Ballina Arts Centre lines up impressive March schedule

La Zona next up at Ballina Film Club

Delia Murphy to be celebrated at Ballina Arts Centre

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Ballina Arts Centre will be the venue for a unique celebration of the life of singer, Delia Murphy on Thursday March 26, at 8pm. I’ll Live ‘til I Die: A celebration in story and song of the iconic Delia Murphy will be a night of stories and songs made famous by Delia. Presented by Aidan O’Hara (RTÉ’s Fáilte Isteach, and author of the popular biography on Delia I’ll Live ‘til I Die), the evening will feature songs such as ‘The Spinning Wheel’ and ‘If I were a Blackbird’, sung by Joyce O’Hara and accompanied by Aidan. Reading and commentary by Carmen Cullen niece of Delia Murphy, and author of poetry books and children’s dramatist, from her novel Two Sisters Singing, a family memoir with a fictional base inspired by the personality of her famous aunt. Delia Murphy (born February 16 1902 in Claremorris, Co. Mayo, died February 11 1971 in Dublin) was a world famous singer and collector of Irish ballads.


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