Search Results for 'Padraig Nally'

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No Country for Old Men

In theory, home is where we all should feel the safest. It should be a refuge for all of us lucky to have a place to call home. It is the place where you can truly be yourself, far away from the pretence of modern life where, as characters in the great play of life, you learn your lines and your role before you walk out each day to act out your part.

No country for old men (First printed January 2014)

In theory, home is where we all should feel the safest. It should be a refuge for all of us lucky to have a place to call home. It is the place where you can truly be yourself, far away from the pretence of modern life where, as characters in the great play of life, you learn your lines and your role before you walk out each day to act out your part.

‘I wanted something like an Irish version of Dante’s Inferno’

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Dark and audacious, Fisherman’s Blues, the rambunctious new novel from playwright, novelist, and screenwriter Mick Donnellan covers a myriad of genres from crime noir to comedy with an odd bit of religion for good measure.

Athlone Castle Christmas Cracker!

Athlone Castle Visitor Centre presents ‘Athlone Castle Christmas Cracker’, a festive event full of Christmas cheer for all the family on Saturday December 20 from 2-5pm.

Third annual Lunch by the Lake fundraiser launched

The third Lunch by the Lake, a very special fundraising event in aid of the National Breast Cancer Research Institute (NBCRI) will take place at the Wineport Lodge on Sunday October 5.

No country for old men

In theory, home is where we all should feel the safest. It should be a refuge for all of us lucky to have a place to call home. It is the place where you can truly be yourself, far away from the pretence of modern life where, as characters in the great play of life, you learn your lines and your role before you walk out each day to act out your part.

Share the darkness with those feeling fear in their homes

Ta an dorachadas ag teacht anuas

Turf rather than time - charity bog option offered

The man whose conviction for farmyard theft in March led to a judge praising the Mayo farmer who shot dead a Traveller trespasser, avoided jail in the District Court this week (June 22) after his father promised the defendant would deliver a “lorryload of turf” to St Vincent de Paul as a community service alternative.

What was the point of the Moriarty Tribunal anyway?

A motion calling on Independent TD Michael Lowry to voluntarily resign his membership of Dáil Éireann has been passed without a vote. However, the obstinate North Tipperary TD has said he will continue to serve his constituents. He remains adamant that he is not a criminal, despite the findings of the Moriarty Tribunal.

Condemnation as Traveller caravan daubed with pro-Nally slogans

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The Galway Traveller Movement has said it will seek an investigation and a rapid clean-up operation following the discovery of racist graffiti on a caravan in Carrowbrowne this week.

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