Search Results for 'Ray Foley'
11 results found.
Listeners to Today FM’s lunchtime show will be saying good-bye soon to Ballina’s Ray Foley, when he heads to 98FM to take up hosting duties on their breakfast show. But as one Mayo man departs the prestigious slot another will seamlessly slip and take-over the national airwaves during lunchtime.
The Saw Doctors are going all out to make the Christmas No 1 in Ireland this year with the release of their version of ‘Downtown’ with Petula Clark.
Today FM’s Ray Foley kicks off Valentines Weekend at Central Park, tomorrow Friday.
Galway Bay Golf Club: Captain’s Day (Denis Maher), Tom Sands 60; Donal Dooley 56; John Killeen 55; Gross Ronan Hennigan;Tom Moran; Martin Kerins; Alan Kerin;Front nine Martin Gohery; Back nine Michael Culhane; Nearest the pin John Connolly; Longest drive Brendan O'Leary. Ladies, Orla Shields (19) 41; Aoife Killeen (20) 41; Gross Mary Kelly (12) 24; Helen O'Flaherty (17) 37; Sheila Reilly (20) 37; Front nine, Patricia Melville; Back nine, Collette Kelleher; Nearest the Pin, Sheila Reilly; Longest Drive, Bridgie Hanley.
On Thursday last Mayo barber, John McGuire, now working in Galway broke the world record for the number of heads shaved in one hour as part of the Cancer Society of Ireland and Today FM’s ‘Shave or Dye’ campaign.
A city barber has broken the world record for the number of heads shaved in one hour as part of the Irish Cancer Society/ Today FM’s “Shave or Dye” campaign.
Tidy Towns winners had their evening of glory in Emly in south Tipperary, where Minister of State Máire Hoctor presented the them with their prizes at a ceremony held in The Golden Thatch Inn.
Today FM’s Ray Foley Show will host the first ever Valentine’s Singles Night at the Sheraton Athlone Hotel on Thursday February 12.
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.
Eileen Irwin from Ballina will fly the flag for County Mayo at the All Ireland grand final of the 2009 Granny of the Year Competition in aid of Special Olympics Ireland.