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Lost Irish language ‘talkie’ featuring Man of Aran cast discovered in Harvard archives

The first Irish language ever made has premiered at a renowned Italian festival of rediscovered and restored film; the short, by Man of Aran director Robert Flaherty and featuring some of the main cast of the Aran feature, was thought to have been lost forever when all known copies were destroyed in a fire more than 70 years ago.

Deep - when acid house arrived in Ireland

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IN 1988 the Acid House explosion erupted across Britain and soon spilled over into Ireland, and the Sweat night in Sir Henry’s in Cork was Ireland’s first centre for ravers and house music events.

No room for error when Mayo minors face Galway

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There is no backdoor for the Mayo minors to make a return if they fail to beat Galway tomorrow evening in Tuam in the semi-finals of the Connacht Minor Football Championship.

Council to examine sewage health hazard at Ballinfoyle Park

Galway City Council is to produce a comprehensive report on the sewerage system in the Ballinfoyle Park area amid reports of sewage oozing out in back gardens and green areas.

Midsummer fires at Brigit’s Garden

A RHYTHM, dance, and fire, and spectacular to celebrate midsummer, takes place this Saturday, in Brigit’s Garden, Rosscahill, from 7.30pm to 11.30pm.

Gardai not treating Rosmuc fire death as suspicious

A house fire in Rosmuc which resulted in the death of a 73-year-old man is not being treated as suspicious by gardai.

Best-selling author Kate Kerrigan draws on Achill tragedy for new novel

A tragedy that devastated the island community of Achill almost 80 years ago has moved Killala-based bestselling author Kate Kerrigan to examine love and loss in her newest novel.

A night for Kathleen Neylan

A CLASSIC Rock and blues night takes place in Monroe’s Live tomorrow at 8pm to remember the late Kathleen Neylan and raise funds to support her daughter.

Westmeath Electric Picnic Trailer Park winners unveiled

Why should I change my open fire?

It is certainly all the go at the moment to increase the efficiency of your fire, since you are burning the fuel why not get the heat from it? Open fires are beautiful and in Ireland many people grew up with the bright large flames.


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