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The Tyrone footballers started their All-Ireland defence in some style last weekend when they dispatched Armagh with no real difficulty and a high degree of confidence in a sun soaked Clones.
It looks as though we've all been saddled with a bill of €90 billion by the antics of the banks and the Liam Carrolls and Sean Dunnes of the property development world. I stayed in one of Mr Carroll's apartments down on the quays in Dublin a few years ago. At the time I wondered how anyone could spend more than a couple of nights in these shoeboxes. There wasn't space to swing even a very small cat in the rooms.
Next Wednesday is a big day. Maybe not for you. But for many of the country’s 17-19 year-olds it will mark the beginning of the rest of their lives. Dreams will come true for some, while others may be disappointed.
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Local TDs Mary O’Rourke and James Bannon have slammed a list published by the Union of Students of Ireland this week, which they say does not accurately reflect their positions on third level fees.
Renowned Irish Times journalist and poet Gerard Smyth will be on hand to officially launch the 2009 Clifden Community Arts Week programme which boasts an unforgettable line-up of national and international talent.
THE ATHENRY vocalist, composer, and conductor Julie Feeney will play the Town Hall Theatre on Thursday September 24.
Free food, giveaways, entertainment, and parking on Sunday
ONE OF the more intriguing shows at this year’s Baboró festival for children is The Musician from Northern Ireland’s Cahoots Theatre Company.
A special information meeting for stay-at-home fathers who find themselves more involved with raising their families will be held in Galway on November 17.