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Dunne and Nugent beautifying homes with a wealth of business experience

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With over 40 years of experience, the incredible team of designers and fitters at Dunne and Nugent are beautifying homes across the country.

Foster and Allen celebrate Fleadh Cheoil with release of new single

Renowned music duo, Foster and Allen, have released a new single to celebrate the return of Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann to Mullingar.

Blunder sees NCT certs issued with incorrect expiry dates

New NCT certificates are being issued to all customers who were provided with incorrect expiry dates in the last 12 months, the National Car Testing Service has said.

Traditional Irish music on a grand scale at Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann 2022

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Returning to its roots, County Westmeath will come alive with the traditional sounds of Irish music and dance for one week as Mullingar hosts Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann 2022.

Our county teams created pride and a legacy — now support our clubs

I love the perspective you get a few days out from something. At a time when the emotion has dissipated, the becalmed excitement allows you to think freely, having cast away any conscious bias.

September date for ‘The Rhinestone Boy-The Glen Campbell Story’ at Tuar Ard

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Midlands Irish country award winning singer, Ciaran Rosney, will grace the Tuar Ard stage in Moate, on Friday September 23, as he stars in ‘The Rhinestone Boy – The Glen Campbell Story’, a brand new show written and directed by Paul McGettrick featuring a mix of still photos, videography, narration, and all of Glen’s big hit songs.

Maroon mania hits fever pitch in countdown to Sunday’s Croker cracker

Galway city and county will come to a standstill on Sunday when Galway will aim to topple Kerry in Croke Park and win their first Sam Maguire in 21 years.

Remembering the late Hugh Duffy

The late Hugh Duffy, of the famous fishing and shooting shop at Mainguard Street, Galway, will be sorely missed by his sporting friends from all over Ireland and from Europe. It was not the biggest shop in Galway but it was made infinitely smaller throughout the summer as it was stuffed with fishing rods, nets and reels, spools of fishing lines; while along the wall were glass cases of Swiss army knives, fire lighters, and beautifully engineered gadgets which had to be taken out and admired.

A musical treat from Ray O'Donnell in latest of Cathedral concerts

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Galway Cathedral’s summer concert series continues on Thursday next, 21 July, at 8:00pm with a concert by Cathedral organist Raymond O’Donnell.


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