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Two Mayo Sinn Féin representatives have hit out this week at what they described as a calculated campaign to use an alleged sexual abuse victim as a political pawn to stop the rise of their party.
As part of the this year’s Great Electric Drive, Research leader of the Unit for Social Software at Insight, (formerly DERI) John Breslin has received his BMWi3 electric car to begin his four month ecar trial. He is one of just 32 new ecar ambassadors chosen earlier this year, from 20,000 applicants across Ireland.
The Aisling Ghéar Theatre Company brings its production Makaronik , written by by Dave Duggan, to An Taibhdhearc on November 1 for one night only.
Recent figures have shown that 21,399 people are on outpatient waiting lists in the Midland Regional Hospitals at Mullingar, Tullamore, and Portlaoise.
Tourism Ireland has teamed up with ITV and Northern Ireland-born television presenter and celebrity, Christine Bleakley, for a new, six-part, television series highlighting the Wild Atlantic Way.
Production company Spanner in the Works Theatre Co is bringing a powerful adult play on human trafficking to the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Monday, October 6, at 8pm.
DECADENT THEATRE Company unveil what promises to be a highlight of the Town Hall Theatre’s autumn programme next week with Defender of the Faith, the debut play from Stuart Carolan, writer and creator of RTÉ’s Love/Hate.
Known as the Carole King of our generation, and for good reason, Beth Nielsen Chapman is a singer and songwriter extraordinaire.
BETH NIELSEN Chapman, one of Nashville’s foremost singer-songwriters, comes to the Black Box Theatre next week for what promises to be a memorable gig. An accomplished recording artist in her own right, Chapman has also penned numerous hits for Bonnie Raitt, Emmylou Harris, Bette Midler, Elton John, Neil Diamond, Waylon Jennings, Faith Hill, and Willie Nelson.
With the schools back, the evenings longer, and summer giving way to autumn, focus is switching to the resumption of the Dáil and to what the political environment will be like over the coming months. Are we facing a winter of discontent or are the dark skies starting to give way to brighter days?