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Campaign bears fruit for tragic family as overseas death register is set up

A city family whose eldest son died four years ago in an accident while holidaying in the United States say they are delighted that the Government plans to set up a register of Irish people who die overseas.

Westmeath carer wins ‘Dear George’ competition

Drumraney woman Peggy Allen was delighted to receive a call from George Hook recently after she was chosen as the winner of the ‘Dear George’ competition for family carers.

Ballintubber chase the three-in-a-row dream

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t’s been 36 years since it was last achieved when Garrymore saw off Knockmore by the smallest of margins on a scoreline of 1-9 to 2-5 to claim a historic three-in-a-row. On Sunday, Ballintubber are looking to become the latest side to enter their name in that ledger in the history books of Mayo football.

Carlton chef retires after forty three years in the kitchen

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The Carlton Hotel Galway this week said goodbye to its chef Pat Lynn who has worked in the kitchens since the summer of 1969.

Bernard O’Shea @ Róisín Dubh

BERNARD O’SHEA delivers “left-field imaginative, but not up its arse, lovely comedy” according to Hotpress, and it is what audiences can expect at his Róisín Dubh show next Wednesday at 8.30pm.

Restaurant review – Brennans Lane Bar and Restaurant Ballina

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Are you looking for a fine dining experience, without the pomp, in an old style building with high ceilings, fabulous local artwork, and modern but traditional decor?

Summer Sizzler BBQs on the terrace at Radisson Blu

Long summer evenings should be spent outdoors with the delicious aroma of barbecued food and the chatter of friends and colleagues mingling in the air!

Open mic nights @ Róisín Dubh

STARTING THIS Sunday at 9pm, the Róisín Dubh will begin its new Open Mic nights in the upstairs bar. This new weekly night takes its inspiration from the classic open mic format.

Open mic nights @ Róisín Dubh

STARTING THIS Sunday at 9pm, the Róisín Dubh will begin its new Open Mic nights in the upstairs bar. This new weekly night takes its inspiration from the classic open mic format.

City family calls for deaths of Irish citizens abroad to be registered at home

A city family addressed an Oireachtas committee yesterday (Wednesday) calling on the Minister for Social Protection to amend existing legislation so that the deaths of Irish citizens abroad may be registered at home in Ireland.

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