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The 32-county challenge in aid of Irish Autism Action comes to an end next Monday, August 2, in Mullingar. The two runners, Ken Whitelaw and Gerry Duffy, will be joined by Westmeath native Michael O’Leary on the final leg of their journey.
One of the top 25 tickets drawn in the first ever National Lottery Sweepstakes draw was bought in Kilkenny. The lucky player who purchased ticket No 007 903 in Mullinavat Post Office is urged to check their ticket and make contact with the National Lottery as soon as possible.
TV presenter Kathryn Thomas, the Blackbog Road native, has had some awfully big adventures.
Carlow native and face of RTE’s No Frontiers, Kathryn Thomas, was in Carlow at the weekend for a signing of her new book Off the Beaten Track.
Twenty-two-year-old DCU student Michael McHale, from Ballyvary, scooped the coveted Best Journalist award, sponsored by the Irish Examiner, at the 3 student media awards. It was judged by Tim Vaughen, the Examiner's editor.
The organisers of the Waterways Ireland triAthlone have confirmed details of this year’s TriFest 2009 musical acts. The three day event, built around the triathlon race on July 18, promises to be the Midlands’ biggest summer festival.
If you are sick and tired of all the doom and gloom, there’s nothing more refreshing than giving your home a fresh look with a lick of paint. It doesn’t cost much, but the difference it can make to your home is priceless. And now, Crown Paints has come up with a unique way for you to make your home look lovely and do your bit for charity.