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Two groups of students from Coláiste Chiaráin have reached the regional final of the ECO UNESCO Young Environmentalist Awards 2018, which will be held in the National University of Ireland, Galway, on Wednesday, April 11.
Coláiste Chiaráin transition year students are gearing up to present the timeless classic, Fiddler on the Roof.
The four star Court Yard Hotel, steeped in history, is built on the original site where Arthur Guinness created his brewing empire and situated in the colourful heritage town of Leixlip, Co Kildare. Located in a region blessed with some of Ireland’s most spectacular scenery, the hotel has been meticulously restored and refurbished offering old world charm, beautiful original stone work, with contemporary design.
The committee in charge of supervising the amalgamation of St Joseph’s and St Aloysius secondary schools has announced that the new school will be named Coláiste Chiaráin.
GALWAY CITY will hold its first competitive drama event when the annual Dunmore One Act Drama Festival is held in An Taibhdhearc from Thursday November 6 to Saturday 8.
The staff of Kilkenny’s St Francis Abbey Brewery in Kilkenny are once again concerned about reports that the drinks giant Diageo are revisiting plans to consolidate its beer-making facilities currently located at St James’ Gate in Dublin.
This May Bank Holiday weekend, cycling enthusiasts, and novices alike will rally in the streets for Cycle4Haiti 2011, a 225km cycle from Dublin’s GPO to Eyre Square, Galway which aims to raise €100,000 for the Soul of Haiti Foundation.
Mullingar student Kiera Glennon and Leixlip local Ciara Manifold-Gore have made it through to KISS Magazine’s Clean&Clear Best Best Friends Competition.
Mayo's Vincent Moran failed in his bid to capture a first ever All-Ireland senior singles hardball title at Mullingar on Saturday evening but he made the eventual winner — Eoin Kennedy of Dublin — work hard for his win. Kennedy dominated from the off and took the first game surprisingly easily on a 21 aces to six scoreline. However the Ballaghaderreen man came good in the second, playing some fantastic handball, and he won it 21 aces to 12. Kennedy raced into a commanding 11 aces to one lead in the deciding third and, despite Moran's best efforts, he was unable to recover from that bad start and lost it 21 aces to 10.
School pupils from Loreto, CBS, St Kieran’s and Kilkenny College, all members of Kilkenny Aqua Canoe Club, romped home with five medals at the recent Irish Schools Liffey Descent.