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Connacht’s spirit to the rugby fore as new CAO system to embrace additional education options

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Galway among highest petrol prices in Ireland

Galway and Dublin are currently two of the most expensive counties on average in Ireland to fuel a car, according to a new national survey carried out by the Irish Independent.

Legendary Gaelic footballers launch journal

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A new book entitled Our Field of Dreams features the stories of more than 70 greats of the Gaelic game from across the 32 counties, including cross channel clubs and associations

Ailbhe Reddy to play Róisín Dubh

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SHE HAS been compared to Julia Jacklin and Phoebe Bridgers by The Irish Times, while her debut album was declared “a work of art” by Clash magazine.

Centurion Sexton deserves worthy sporting recognition as Leaving Certificate reform imminent

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Treading the boards at The Linenhall this November

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Theatre lovers and those fond of dramatic entertainment should be prepared for some world-class theatre this month, as the Linenhall Arts Centre hosts several award-winning shows for your enjoyment.

Iron Annie Cabaret set to thrill audiences with a unique mix of theatre, original live music, and literature

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With the long awaited and welcome return of live entertainment, an exciting event like no other is on its way to venues across the country. The Iron Annie Cabaret will be travelling the country in style, with an impressive 15 dates scheduled this autumn across every province in Ireland. A second leg of the tour will take place in March 2022, with a further 10 dates in Dublin, Cork, and Belfast. An experience unlike anything the theatre has ever seen, it will appeal to music fans as much as to book lovers and theatre goers.

The Name’s Hardy, Frank Hardy

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In September 1920, newspapers in Ireland and Britain carried remarkable reports of a secret meeting that had recently taken place in Dublin: a meeting that had resulted in the unmasking of an English spy called Frank Hardy.

Mica afflicted homes necessitate redress as supporters a welcome sight at sporting fixtures

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New tourism and heritage app formally launched by Westmeath County Council

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Westmeath County Council officially launched the new Visit Westmeath Tourism and Heritage App in recent times.

 

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