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Brexit a perennial topic as Irish rugby prepares for a future without mastermind Schmidt

Well it’s been a busy week again, but to begin this column this week I’m going to start on a gentler note.

Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross wins RJC Car of the Year 2019

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The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross has been named as the Car of the Year 2019 by the Automotive Researchers' & Journalists' Conference of Japan (RJC).

Artist survives Japanese storm to present exciting new works

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A Galway-based artist, who was recently honoured by the Irish Chinese community, will exhibit colourful new work at Ireland’s premier art fair Art Source, which will be held at the RDS from November 9-11.

'Samhain and Macnas suit each other'

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The word “energy” peppers Noeline Kavanagh’s conversation as she talks about her time with Macnas and looks forward to this weekend’s Halloween parade, Out Of The Wild Sky. Kavanagh herself is a human dynamo; though sitting at her office desk she is still a constant whirr of motioning arms, expressive gestures, and infectious enthusiasm.

Athlone Folk Club present renowned whistle player

Legendary whistle player Seán Ryan and his daughter, harpist, Ciara Callanan Ryan, perform at Athlone Folk Club in the Prince Hotel, Athlone, on Thursday, October 18 at 9pm.

Galway car records the most owners

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Vehicle history and data expert Cartell.ie tells us 17,363 private vehicles in Ireland (excluding imports) have 10 owners or more over the lifetime of the vehicle – excluding garage sales.

New Nissan Leaf completes 16,000 km milestone

After an epic 16,000-kilometre drive, polar explorer Marek Kaminski has arrived in Japan, having started his landmark #NoTraceExpedition in Poland three months earlier in Europe’s best-selling electric vehicle, the new Nissan Leaf.

Work by an Athlone artist features at Tokyo Exhibition

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A student attending Scoil na gCeithre Maistri had her art work exhibited at th 19th International High School Arts Festival in Tokyo.

Young Mayo artist represents Ireland at major Tokyo exhibition

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Young Mayo artist Hetty Lawlor – an 18-year old from Kilmeena, near Westport, and a former pupil at the local Sacred Heart School – has returned from Japan after attending the 19th International High School Arts Festival in Tokyo at which her prize-winning entry in this year's 64th Texaco Children's Art Competition was displayed.

Win, lose or draw, it's a victory for all

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The impact of sport will always be greater on a society in which it is valued, and here in Ireland Gaelic football and hurling are as intrinsic to our culture as cricket is in India, baseball in Japan, American football in the USA, or rugby in New Zealand.

 

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