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Former wife of fire victim questions sedative content in husband’s blood

The jury at an inquest into the death of John Brennan (51) last year in a house fire at Wellington Square found that Mr Brennan died from acute cardiac failure and respiratory failure as a result of smoke inhalation.

Celebrate US Independence Day @ Coyotes

SATURDAY JULY 4 is when the US celebrates it’s Independence Day and Galway can do so too at Coyotes, on Forster Street.

Forensics scour Annamult House for accelerants after mystery fire

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Forensic teams have descended upon historic Annamult House in Bennettsbridge in a search for possible accelerants that may have been used to cause the fire which gutted the period home on Tuesday last.

Shrule-Glencorrib send Breaffy packing

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Online spoof blew us away

The Mayo Advertiser are offering €1,000 to any reader who can produce a full hard copy of last week’s paper with the headline “Massive blow jobs for Belmullet”. Internet bloggers have been almost hysterical since a spoofed-up copy of our front page started circulating last Monday. There are still many doubting Thomas’ who think it was the headline of the century that slipped through the proofing process, but alas, our original headline was much more sombre.

30 homes in the 'Bridge offer the minimum of summer hope

As the crunch continues its restrictions and house-building nationally is to drop from 90,000 per annum in 2006 to an estimated 10,000 this year, it is heartening to see a firm called Ardleigh Developments has been given permission to build 30 new homes in a mixed development on the Rhode Road in Rochfortbridge.

Kilkenny claim Leinster u21 crown

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City and county council will have to publish drinking water data on the web

To ensure Galway’s drinking water supplies are of the highest quality, the county’s two local authorities will have to publish the results of their drinking water sampling programmes online.

Low to strike up a cord in St Canice’s Cathedral

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If you are looking to venture towards something different on the music scene at this year’s Kilkenny Arts Festival - maybe Low from the ‘Wired’ programme might just be the sauce for you.

Fred return to the Róisín Dubh

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IT IS often said that sad blokes make better albums than happy blokes, and while many music fans may concur with that, Cork indie-pop greats Fred beg to differ.

 

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