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Four picked by Fianna Fáil for West Mayo constituency

Wagner, Nietzsche, and Engelbert Humperdinck

RICHARD WAGNER and Friedrich Nietzsche were once close friends but a serious falling lead to the philosopher vomiting in public after hearing the composer’s newest work.

Wagner, Nietzsche, and Engelbert Humperdinck

RICHARD WAGNER and Friedrich Nietzsche were once close friends but a serious falling lead to the philosopher vomiting in public after hearing the composer’s newest work.

Wingnut Records night @ Róisín Dubh

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PRIVATE UNDERGROUND Residence have been compared to Battles, Fugazi, Slint, and The Melvins, and they play the Róisín Dubh tomorrow at 9pm.

Creaven wins All Ireland cross country in style

Next Sunday Galway’s finest distance runners will descend on Craughwell for the Galway AAI 10-mile road race championship.

Exciting finale to Mayo AC 2010 League

It began with the Carramore 10k in May and will reach its exciting conclusion with the Westport 5k on Sunday December 12 it is the Mayo AC, C&C Cellular league which once again proved an outstanding success this year. This is the 12th year that this popular race series has been held and the fifth time to be supported by the C&C Cellular Group. Over the years many runners have been discovered through the league races with many going on to achieve national success since. While some of the league prizewinners are already known there is still a lot of running to be done in Westport before the prizes are paid out at the post race presentation in Hotel Westport.

Tribesmen lead Irish teams to victory

Three Galway veteran athletes, who qualified for the British and Irish Masters Home Nations Cross Country, were a central part of winning teams at the weekend.

Thornton adds another title

As expected, the in-form Gary Thornton of Galway City Harriers won the senior men’s event at the 2010 County Galway Cross-Country Championships.

Galway athletes shine at national track and field finals

Galway’s Presentation Athenry has become the first Galway school to claim an overall title at the Irish Schools Track & Fields finals.

New retail development planned for busy Keel in Achill

Achill Island is set to get a new pub and shop in the tourist hot spot of Keel if a new planning application by a local developer is given the green light. Paul McNamara, who was recently approved by An Bord Pleanala for a major commercial and residential complex at Achill Sound, has now launched an interesting project to demolish the old Amethyst Hotel at Keel and bring the once-popular venue back to life as a major new pub.

 

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