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John Fothergill - a lively Geordie for the Róisín Dubh

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EMBARRASSING SEXUAL revelations, rural innocence, cocky insults, and slick banter - it can only be Geordie comic John Fothergill who headlines the Comedy KARLnival at the Róisín Dubh next week.

Walsh gets FG nod for European tilt

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Former Rose of Tralee, Maria Walsh has been nominated by Fine Gael to contest the Midlands North-West constituency for the European Elections alongside the parties sitting MEP Mariead McGuinness.

Retired Mayo man wins €100,000 after spinning the Winning Streak wheel

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A retired Mayo man has become the highest prize winner of the season on the National Lottery Winning Streak TV game show, scooping a massive €143,000.

St. Patrick’s Day parade committee launch weekend of family activities

 

Galway photographers win awards at annual Oscars

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Three Galway photographers were rewarded for the excellence of their work at the annual awards of the Press Photographers Association of Ireland last weekend.

Kids disco fever this mid-term break at the Prince of Wales

With mid term break fast approaching, you may be looking for activities to entertain your kids. Younger guests can dance the afternoon away on Sunday, February 24.

A celebration (or not) of chocolate

This is a chocolate cake taking inspiration from Nigella Lawson‘s very pretty site. While I have most of her books, I hardly ever seem to cook from them any more, I don’t really know why that is. Tessa Kiros and Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall seem to have much more robust recipes that do not need as much exact temperature control for good results. I am slowly coming to grips with my range cooker where the cooking is more intuitive than an exact science, but ’twas a chocolate cake I was after, so I gave this recipe an auld whirl.

The Stunning set to be honoured at Mayor's Ball

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The Stunning, one of the finest bands to ever emerge from Galway, and whose songs, 'Brewing Up A Storm' and 'Half Past Two' are regarded as Irish rock classics, will be honoured at the upcoming Mayoral Ball.

Album review: Julia Jacklin

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LOOKS CAN be deceiving. Or can they? The cover of Jacklin's second solo album finds her surrounded by bric-a-brac, almost drowning in it, but with an ecstatic expression on her face.

Gearing up for the Gardening Year

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Welcome back to Gardenwise for 2019 and I hope you missed me! I’m looking forward to sharing all things gardening with you this year as we, and our gardens, emerge shivering from another winter. There might be a few more weeks of it to go yet, but the days are beginning to lengthen out and you can be sure that spring, green and growth are not too far away.

 

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