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ON CHRISTMAS Day in King Arthur’s court, a knight enters the banquet hall and offers to be struck by one of knights in the room, and in a year and a day's time the knight must find him and he will return the blow.
Pieta, the suicide prevention charity, is focussing a spotlight on the ‘Know the Signs of Suicide’ initiative during the month of September.
I had a dream two weeks ago, that Mayo won the 2021 All-Ireland football final. It was a joyous but weird dream.
Delivering programmes in Galway, Athlone, and online and with an administrative headquarters in Athlone, the International College for Personal and Professional Development, ICPPD, opened its doors to learners in September 2010.
GILGAMESH, THE story of the ancient hero-king from the Middle East, and brilliantly reimagined by Macnas, will be screened as a short film in the Town Hall Theatre next week.
Limerick has issued a ‘Double Your Summer’ invitation to visitors to mark its new designation by Fáilte Ireland as a Wild Atlantic Way Gateway City.
All roads lead north for Mayo on Saturday for their Connacht Senior Football Championship opener against Sligo in Markievicz Park which throws in at 4.30pm.
Mission complete, just about. Mayo were involved in another roller-coaster of a contest last weekend when they played Clare in a winner-takes-all ticket to division one of the national football league for 2022.
"I SAY to people, have you heard of John Cooper Clarke and if they say, ‘Yes, yeah he's an absolute genius’, and you just go, 'Oh - OK, you've saved me a lot of time."
IN THE final novel in his Jack Taylor series, Ken Bruen’s most famous creation meets his end on Wolfe Tone Bridge after coming into sudden contact with the wrong end of a decidedly unfriendly blade.