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Following the success of its inaugural Christmas market last year, Ballinahown Community Development will once again hold an outdoor market on Wednesday, December 21.
CIPD Midlands region host first in new programme of networking events at the Radisson Blu Hotel Athlone
On Monday, November 28, CIPD Midlands region launched their 2022/23 programme of events, hosting their first in person event in over two years at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Athlone.
Over recent years the role of religious institutions in Ireland has come under scrutiny and distrust as we experience what many refer to as a post religious society.
A public meeting marking the tenth anniversary of the death of Savita Halappanavar will be held upstairs in Richardsons Bar, Eyre Square on Monday 25 at 7pm.
Autumn months bring with them noticeable changes in both weather and people's driving habits.
More than 500 people attended a SIPTU organised public meeting on the need to protect the operation of Rural Social Scheme (RSS) and Tús projects, in the Travellers Friend Hotel in Castlebar, on Monday night.
Rural Social Scheme supervisors must be included in the new pension arrangement that was reached between the Government and the Community Employment supervisors.
The Lausanne Conference of July 1932, attended by the former allied powers of World War I (Britain, France, Belgium and Italy), and Germany, accepted that the world economic crisis made continued reparations by Germany virtually impossible. Various long-term arrangements were made, but in effect it allowed Germany off the hook for the monetary compensation it had agreed to pay for its responsibility in starting the war. Germany was now free to rebuild its own economy. This was a very importance conference attended by the world press, among whom was Clare Sheridan.
I am tempted to weigh the latest book by Galwayman Paul Kilgannon, because it is a truly remarkable tome. Its name may be Be The Best You Can In Sport - but it is the second headline that sums it up. “A book for Irish youth.”