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Renault supports Irish triathlete Carolyn Hayes

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Renault Ireland has handed over the keys to a brand new Renault Captur to triathlete Carolyn Hayes on Sandymount Strand.

The weekend in Mayo

The Wild West, German novelists, an Electric Cave, and a country music extravaganza are just some of the entertainment offerings from around the county for this Bank Holiday weekend.

Entrepreneurs hail Erris Enterprise Week as a ‘resounding success’

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The inaugural Erris Enterprise Week, which was staged at various venues in Belmullet last week, proved a resounding success.

Explore the wonders and magic of theatre at Moongate

The Moongate Performance Academy under the tutelage of Cherie Worthington-Eyre will offer a new and exciting perspective on theatre performance skills. This new school is the accumulation of many years experience and will bring together extensive knowledge from disciplines such as dance, acrobatics, aerial dance, drama, singing and mime into one venue.

Suppliers to lose millions from plan to close Mayo General Hospital stores

A plan is in place to close down the stores department at Mayo General Hospital which employs 28 staff and has been recognised as an award winning and cost-saving centre of excellence, according to Dr Jerry Cowley, Labour party general election candidate for Mayo, who added that such a move will result in local suppliers losing millions in revenue and put patient care at risk.

Legendary hurler Eddie Keher sees Tipp as a major threat

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Eddie Keher is widely regarded as one of the greatest players in the history of the game.

The Dunne brothers busking in Galway

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Busking is the practice of performing in public places for tips or gratuities. The earliest buskers in Galway were probably singers who would sing on the street, and then knock on doors in the hope of getting money or food. In the early 20th century, Johnny Doran and his family would move around playing in different places, including the races, and then in the evening outside the Imperial Hotel. Paddy Philbin, who later became a dancing master, would dance for him and they drew big crowds. Later came the Reaney brothers who played in various locations in Galway city and county.

New college to teach Alexander Technique

Many people think that the Alexander Technique involves improving posture by ‘sitting up straight’. Nothing could be further from the truth. It involves releasing unconscious tension from our body to allow us to move through life with greater ease. It can dramatically help or prevent backache, arthritis, insomnia, and a whole range of physical aches and pains. By learning the technique you may find that your confidence and self-esteem naturally grow. You may also find a natural spontaneity, a greater contentment, and a deeper love of life.

Carlow woman appointed branch master of Fine Art Trade Guild

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Carlow picture-framer, Karen Walshe, has been elected by Republic of Ireland art and framing businesses as Branch Master of the Fine Art Trade Guild, at their AGM held last weekend in Limerick University. This recognises the esteem in which Karen is held by her fellow picture-framers across the country. Along with her team, Karen runs Web-Talk Framing, offering high standards of bespoke framing and personal service from their store in Tullow Street, Carlow.

 

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