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A postcard of Toft’s Amusements

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The Toft family were associated with Eyre Square for many years since 1883 when they first brought a carnival there.

St Thomas celebrate hurling win

The outpouring of raw emotion and sheer joy by the St Thomas players, the management team, and loyal supporters had to be seen to be believed after the final whistle in the Salthill Hotel Galway Senior Hurling Championshipfinal on Sunday at Pearse Stadium.

Mike Bartlett’s black comedy Love, Love, Love explores a new kind of generation gap

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It is June 25 1967 and the world is watching The Beatles perform ‘All You Need Is Love’ on Our World, the first live satellite global television production. It is the Summer of Love, London is swinging, the economy is booming, there is the sexual revolution, and jobs and possibilities are endless

Congratulations to McGrath’s butchers, Mervue

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Late last year McGrath butchers in Plunkett Avenue, Mervue was destroyed by fire and as it was near Christmas they knuckled down to get it refurbished and ready for the big Christmas trade, a good plan you might say. However all the good work was destroyed when another fire broke out and gutted the shop once more.

Mortimer to captain Mayo

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Mortimer appointed Mayo captain

New York here we come

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It all starts here on Sunday at 3pm local time (8pm at home), the All Ireland senior football championship in its celebratory 125th year gets under way with the footballers of Mayo taking to the field in Gaelic Park, roughly 3,047 miles from home in McHale Park, Castlebar.

 

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