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Memorial garden planted in memory of respected Castlebar man

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The late Leo O'Shaughnessy from Market Square, Castlebar, who died in May of this year, was a well-respected gentleman who had a long tradition of leaving flowers on doorsteps around the town of Castlebar on May Day for many decades.

Spirit of hope with easing of restrictions as Katie Taylor enhances her sporting prowess

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The future of work - changes are coming

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Last Saturday, the Citizens' Assembly published its recommendations on gender equality, which are an impressive set of worthy proposals for constitutional and legislative changes.

Castlebar mourns passing of Leo O’Shaughnessy

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The town of Castlebar is mourning the passing of well-known local man, Leo O'Shaughnessy (89), Market Square, Castlebar. The late Mr O'Shaughnessy was one of the last residents in the town centre location and was a well known and popular figure around the town.

Detailed roadmap to lockdown exit unveiled as nation mourns passing of renowned poet

Well, lockdown is over. When I have finished compiling this piece, I am going out my front door for the first time in over five weeks.

Give healthcare worker a bonus May Day payment as a 'gesture of solidarity'

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A one-off payment of €1,000 should be issued to healthcare workers during the May Day Bank Holiday as a gesture of solidarity and appreciation by the Government.

Final Over The Edge reading of 2019

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THE FINAL Over The Edge: Open Reading of 2019 takes place in the Galway City Library on Thursday December 19 at 6.30pm with the writers Bern Butler, Paul McCarrick, and Rachael Hegarty.

Labour candidates submit nominations on May Day

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The three Labour candidates running for seats on Galway City Council formally submitted their nomination papers on May Day at Galway City Hall, confirming that they will be on the ballot paper on May 24.

A hero whose visage symbolises the west

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There are some artists whose life falls onto the canvas, becomes part of it, whose angst is evident in the brushstrokes; whose empathy shapes the message of the painting. They become part of what they work on, and what they work on becomes the whole of them. They become one with each other until it is impossible to ever see them apart as separate entities. To rob one from the other is to divide it irrevocably.

A hero whose visage symbolises his own place

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There are some artists whose life falls onto the canvas, becomes part of it, whose angst is evident in the brushstrokes; whose empathy shapes the message of the painting. They become part of what they work on, and what they work on becomes the whole of them. They become one with each other until it is impossible to ever see them apart as separate entities. To rob one from the other is to divide it irrevocably.

 

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