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SANDRA IS a single mother in Dublin, living in a hotel, and way down the bottom of the housing list, after escaping her abusive husband.
Tomorrow, Friday, April 30, is the last day to apply for the next EMPOWER GROWTH, the women’s entrepreneurship programme, which is run by the GMIT iHubs.
Tomorrow (Friday Aril 30) is the last day to apply for the next EMPOWER GROWTH, the women’s entrepreneurship programme, which is run by the GMIT iHubs.
Mrs Holmes was a relation of the O’Hara-Burkes who owned Lenaboy Castle and the Lenaboy Estate. She persuaded them to sell some of their land, ‘the lower pasturelands’ farthest away from the house, down near the gates of the estate to be precise. There, she built the house in our photograph, which became known as Greenmount. She ran it as a B&B but eventually it became too big for her and she converted some farm buildings in what we now know as Lenaboy Park and built herself a small house.
SOCIAL MEDIA can be about connection and interaction. It can also be a massive distraction, causing people too ignore the world around them, and neglect those closest to them.
Most people are content to get by with one trade or profession, but Tom Cuffe’s CV has a whole medley of colourful and intriguing jobs including photographing birds, devising his own pieces of modular origami, and exploring family history.
FAIRHILL, THE Claddagh, the Spanish Arch, and Quay Street form the landscape and routes of On Nimmo's Pier, a collection of poetry by the late Ben Murphy, to be launched in Charlie Byrne's Bookshop, tomorrow at 6pm.
MARINA, THE fine debut novel by Galway writer Aoibheann McCann which is published by Wordsonthestreet, will be launched in the Town Hall Theatre by the actor Little John Nee, on Thursday April 19 at 6pm.
ONE OF the west of Ireland's finest and most popular tenors, Frank Naughton, brings his A Vintage Christmas show to the Town Hall Theatre on Thursday December 17 at 8pm.