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Where have I been for the last four months? April 14, my birthday. I'd had manflu for a few weeks and was feeling the effects. That birthday started off at work as any normal Monday would have, but instead of ending it eating cake and cursing the passage of another year, I found myself rushed to hospital by ambulance, spending two days in Casualty at UHG. I'd never been in hospital at any stage of my life; not even at birth, so this was a totally new experience for me. My memory of those few days in Casualty is almost non existent, and with my condition deteriorating at an alarming rate I was brought to the High Dependency Unit in Intensive Care, where I was to spend a decent portion of the next month battling a virus that rendered me critically ill for a considerable amount of time.
Hundreds of friends of Martin Naughton (23) who lost his life in a tragic road crash on the N17 at Knockdoe this time last year will climb Croagh Patrick next month in his memory and to raise funds for the National Rehabilitation Hospital in Dun Laoghaire.
Grace’s Londis Plus store has been a long-standing fixture at the centre of Loughrea’s retail industry on Dunkellin Street, providinig an excellent and comprehensive service to the local community for many years.
JANEANE GAROFALO, the critically acclaimed, award winning comedian and actress plays the Róisín Dubh on Sunday August 18 at 8pm.
JANEANE GAROFALO, the critically acclaimed, award winning comedian and actress will play the Róisín Dubh on Sunday August 18 at 8pm.
AMERICAN PIE: The Reunion, sees the American Pie characters we met a little more than a decade ago return to East Great Falls for their high-school reunion.
Cara Iorrais wishes to thank Helen and Michelle for their Zumba fundraising night in the Slainte Mhaith Studio Glencastle. A total of €840 was raised.
As the store edges towards a landmark centenary celebration, Grace’s Londis in Loughrea recently revealed their revamped store. The exterior has undergone a substantial makeover, with a new shop front and signage. The painters have also been in, and the end result is a beautiful premises which takes pride of place on Dunkellin Street.
Ballina is the place to be this weekend
It is told that the then Nan Denning was in a world of her own, singing away as she made her way down McHale Road, Castlebar, at the ripe old age of 14, when she was overheard by Tony O’Grady from Manulla. He enquired if Nan would sing in his band which comprised John Lally on saxophone, Toddy Buckley from Knockthomas on drums, Gerald Ralph from Moneen on drums, and Tony himself on accordion. Nan’s first gig was at the Eclipse Ballroom in Ballyhaunis with her opening number “Buttons & Bows”. From there started a long and talented singing career which brought Nan from the dance halls of Mayo to the Castlebar pantomime stage.