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Will Labour start to groom Colm Keaveney for national politics?

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“Better red than dead” the English philosopher Bertrand Russell used to say, and for the Labour Party - if the recent The Irish Times/TNS MRBI poll is anything to go by - the phrase has never been more apt.

Entrepreneurs must challenge business models to beat downturn

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IRISH entrepreneurs will have to be more innovative in their thinking than ever before and challenge existing business models by differentiation and lower cost if they are to build successful businesses in the face of the global economic downturn.

Sample the pure fun of The Colleen Bawn

Athlone Little Theatre promises local audiences one of their funniest nights for years as Paddy Martin’s hilarious production of The Colleen Bawn by Dion Boucicault gets under way from Sunday April 19.

Blessed are the innocent for they have aspirations

It’s kind of refreshing with all the depressing news concerning the Big R that some people out there still have a positive outlook. An unrealistic outlook, mind you, but none the less a positive one.

Humphries’ list - the best bits

Tom Humphries from the Irish Times stable is one of my favourite sport journalists. He is a terrific wordsmith; however, like most of us, he can be hit and miss on occasions.

One of the best picks his best

Tom Humphries from The Irish Times stable is one of my favourite sport journalists. He is a terrific wordsmith, however, like most of us, he can be hit and miss on occasions. Nevertheless, when he hits the spot as he often does, there is a ping in your head like the noise that you hear when you occasionally catch a drive off the tee box as it should be done. For those few fleeting seconds as you watch the ball arrow down the fairway — you feel really good about yourself — and as those who love clichés turn to you and say - “that’s the one that will bring you back the next day” — you let yourself have that inner smile of satisfaction.

GAA — Part of what we are

Everyone involved in the world of GAA has a story to tell. If you trace their roots back far enough, there has to have been a starting connection point between them and the GAA.

GAA — Part of what we are

Everyone involved in the world of GAA has a story to tell. If you trace their roots back far enough, there has to have been a starting connection point between them and the GAA.

GAA — Part of what we are

Everyone involved in the world of GAA has a story to tell. If you trace their roots back far enough, there has to have been a starting connection point between them and the GAA.

GAA — Part of what we are

Everyone involved in the world of GAA has a story to tell. If you trace their roots back far enough, there has to have been a starting connection point between them and the GAA.

 

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