Search Results for 'Paul Williams'

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Brendan Bowyer - playing the hits at the Town Hall

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THE HUCKLEBUCK’ may have been written and first performed by r’n’b saxophonist Paul Williams, but in Ireland that song is unquestionably owned by Brendan Bowyer.

A nation united in grief and anger

It was a sight to behold. The band of blue joined in their intense sorrow and grief at the loss of one of their own.

Employees to spend three hours Christmas shopping on-line

Sixty-three percent of employers predict that employees will spend three hours or more shopping online during company time over the next two months, according to a Pan-European survey conducted among members of the global IT consultancy association, ISACA.

The ballad of Shell and Rossport

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TO SAY that the Shell gas pipeline and terminal in north Mayo has been the subject of controversy would be to understate seriously.

Best Journalist award for Ballyvary student

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Twenty-two-year-old DCU student Michael McHale, from Ballyvary, scooped the coveted Best Journalist award, sponsored by the Irish Examiner, at the 3 student media awards. It was judged by Tim Vaughen, the Examiner's editor.

Corrib protesters gear up for summer of unrest

Tensions in north Mayo have escalated once again with eight arrests over the weekend and one on Tuesday when a large number of protesters gathered for the summer Rossport Peace Camp. With the Solitaire due to arrive back in Mayo waters in the next month, the Rossport Solidarity Camp has taken up residence in Glengad in a bid to build up the resistance to Shell over the coming weeks and months. Mary Sweeney of the Rossport Solidarity Camp said: “Resistance in Mayo is building again. We’re expecting many waterborne activists from across Europe to arrive over the following weeks. The Solitaire will leave Irish waters once again with no pipeline laid.”

 

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