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‘Betrayed into ruin by the arts such as the weakness of humanity’

Such is the weakness of man, it seems, that even the mighty Daniel O’ Connell may have succumbed to the allures of the fair sex, committing an indiscretion in his youth, which came back to haunt him in later years when he and his wife Mary shared ‘abiding affection’.

‘Exam Ready’ – the Leaving Certificate English Revision course is back!

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Join King Lear Intensive Revision Seminar, October 28th (Mid Term Break) via Zoom! With all the uncertainty of the past few months, there is a lot of concern from both Leaving Certificate 2021 students and their parents. Many feel unprepared after missing several months of school throughout the year.

The g Hotel & Spa launches new millinery afternoon tea

This autumn, the g Hotel & Spa has announced a new afternoon tea in collaboration with local milliner Caithriona King Design, with inspiration from her autumn/winter collection 2020.

Gradam Sheosaimh Uí Ógartaigh 2020 Finalists announced

Gaillimh le Gaeilge has announced this year’s finalists for Gradam Sheosaimh Uí Ógartaigh. At a meeting which was held over Zoom, there was much discussion between the moltóirí as to who would be selected to go through to the next stage of the Gradam and move one step closer to becoming The New Tribe of Galway.

At the movies in Mayo Movie World

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There's a wide selection of movies coming up in Mayo Movie World for movie lovers.

At the movies in Mayo Movie World

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There's a wide selection of movies coming up in Mayo Movie World for movie lovers.

Coping with burnout

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Do you feel tired and drained most of the time? Do you suffer from muscular pain and frequent headaches? Have you lost your appetite and is your sleeping pattern disturbed?

No more naked fries as Supermac's chips get dressed up for going out

By Declan Varley

Help fund the facelift for Gort’s Market Square

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In 2014, local resident Desmond Coen recalled his family’s history with the statue of Christ the King in Gort’s Market Square. His mother, Eileen Coen, had commissioned the statue in memory of her son, Mattie Coen, who died in a motorcycle accident.

‘It is rather the want of the middle class…’

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For any visitor to Dublin in the early 19th century, to miss seeing the great Daniel O’Connell would have made their visit almost worthless. William Makepeace Thackeray, on the threshold of becoming one of the greatest writers of the English language, spent three months touring Ireland in 1842 collecting his impressions of the ‘manners and the scenery’ of the country and its people, for his successful Irish Sketch Book published some years later. Back in Dublin at the conclusion of his tour he lost no time heading to the Mansion House to see the Liberator in person.*

 

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