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Branar Téatar do Pháistí selected for IPAY 2020 showcase

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BRANAR TÉATAR Do Pháistí acclaimed show for children, How To Catch A Star, has been selected for the IPAY International Showcase, which takes place in January 2020 in Philadelphia.

From Millar to Mars to Susan

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IN HER new collection Naked - New & Selected Poems, Galway writer Susan Millar DuMars presents a poetic landscape as cosmic as it is intimately personal, satiric, and fascinating.

Ballina and North Mayo to feature on all Aer Lingus transatlantic flights

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There was great news for the North Mayo tourism industry this week after InflightFlix International announced that the area is to feature in the next update of its Wild Atlantic Way video guide on all Aer Lingus transatlantic flights. A select number of Ballina and North Mayo visitor experiences will be visible at 30,000 feet on flights all the way from North America.

Alcock and Brown showed the way...

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Week V

Game changing digital hub in Ballina gets planning nod

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Part Eight planning permission was granted by the elected members of the Ballina Municipal District for a potentially game changing digital hub in the old Military Barracks in the heart of the town on Wednesday.

Mayo delegation travelled to US for St Patricks Day

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A delegation from Mayo County Council participated in the St Patricks Day parade in Philadelphia on Sunday last with the Mayo Association of Philadelpia, which had Mayo man Sean McMenamin as its grand Marshal for the 2019 parade.

Chris Haze - new single and EP

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CHRIS HAZE, the Galway singer-songwriter, will tomorrow [Friday February 22] release his new single, 'Chasing Rivers', which is also the title-track from his forthcoming EP, due for release on April 26.

Athlone Little Theatre to stage family drama ‘Living Quarters’

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A lesser known family drama by playwright Brian Friel is the next challenge for Athlone Little Theatre’s talented actors and their director Billy Nott.

A nod to McMaster in the crowd

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Perhaps the biggest surprise of all was that one day, while Tom Kilroy was in Leaving Cert, an Adonis walked through St Kieran’s College. He inquired, in a very magisterial manner, where was one to find the headmaster.

‘Rather than die, the people submitted’

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The Great Famine of 1845 - 49 hit Achill Island particularly hard. Given the poor quality of its soil there was little or no alternative to the potato crop which failed throughout those years. Once the severity of the calamity became apparent, and that help from the government was begrudging and insufficient, there was a sensible coming together of Protestant and Catholic clergy to try to calm and feed the people.

 

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