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Q&A with Christine Noble @ The Eye

CHRISTINA NOBEL and Ciarín Scott, director of the Irish documentary, In A House That Ceased To Be, will be in The Eye Cinema this Saturday

Do you need sponsorship?

The Prince Bar & Kitchen, Athlone want to help you raise funds for your local charity/club/society and it couldn’t be any easier.

British royals visit Ashford

A party of British royals enjoyed hunting and a lavish dinner during a stay at Ashford Castle, Cong, recently.

Christmas is all wrapped up at The Prince of Wales

Looking for the perfect venue for your Christmas party? Well look no further than The Prince of Wales, Athlone as all your Christmas needs are covered under the one roof!

New book asks What Would Kate Do

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Kate Middleton is something of an icon of style and role model for certain women, and fans of the British duchess will enjoy a new novel entitled What Would Kate Do.

New novel asksWhat Would Kate Do

KATE MIDDLETON is something of an icon of style and role model for certain women, and fans of the British duchess will enjoy a new novel entitled What Would Kate Do.

The Galwegians who fought against Hitler

Some 42,000 Irishmen fought for the Allies and against the Nazis in WWII - including a number of Galwaymen - and their stories are contained in a new book.

Memories and Melodies returns by popular demand

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Written by Jean Farrell, Memories and Meldoies is a one woman drama that spans four decades in the lives of six characters.

Brave little Otto humbly meets his Maker

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I was very impressed at the dignity and solemnity at the funeral of Otto von Hapsburg who died aged 94 years on July 4. Twelve days later he was entombed in the Imperial crypt of St Stephen's Cathedral, Vienna, with some pomp and ceremony; but his actual ‘ Three Knock’ burial was simplicity itself.

The French connection: A queen’s portrait

Patrick French of Drumharsna Castle, near the village of Kiltartan, died in 1748. His widow, Catherine, was still living in 1768, and was named by her son Henry, who died unmarried, as one of his executors. In his will, dated January 24, 1767, Henry French of Drumharsna left

 

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