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Oileán - Pádraic Reaney’s journeys in Malta, Scotland, and Ireland

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ONE ARTIST’S vision and interpretation of the islands of Ireland and Scotland, and of Malta, will combine to form a major new exhibition at The Kenny Gallery.

Mica afflicted homes necessitate redress as supporters a welcome sight at sporting fixtures

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Things To Do When Visiting Belfast

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Belfast is rich in history and well worth the visit. You can marvel at the location where the world-famous titanic was built or trek the coast and walk in the shoes of Jon Snow. As the capital city of Northern Ireland, located within the United Kingdom, you can easily tag this onto a trip to Scotland, England, and Wales. From the mainland UK, you can hop on a ferry or catch a short flight. Whether you’re passing by or staying the long haul, below are our top picks of things to do.

Connacht's Claire Molloy retires from international rugby

The standard bearer for Connacht women's rugby for so long, Claire Molloy has hung up her international boots after Ireland's hopes of World Cup qualification crashed against Scotland last weekend.

Connacht need bullish display for first home fixture against South African visitors

Connacht will be looking to up their game when they open their home URC campaign against first-time South African visitors Bulls at the Sportsground tomorrow evening (7.45pm).

Europe to miss Merkel’s influential impact as rugby provinces return to competitive action

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Frontline workers must be recognised for ‘protecting the nation’, says McNelis

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A pandemic bonus should be paid to the State’s healthcare workers to “honour and recognise” the work they have done to slow the spread of Covid-19.

Harbour could close if planning permission is not granted, warns chairman

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The Galway Harbour could close as a commercial port if planning permission is not granted for a proposed redevelopment.

RnaG broadcaster Seán Ó hÉanaigh retires from his boyhood dream job

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Radio and its crackling valves and sounds coming over the hills and into our homes wowed many of us — it brought strange worlds into focus and painted the best pictures of all. One of those who was seduced by the wavelengths as a youngster has hung up his microphone this week. RTÉ RnaG broadcaster, musician and songwriter Seán Ó hÉanaigh retired from his work with the station yesterday (Wednesday) after 28 years. Seán was appointed Managing Editor of Programmes in 2000, and is particularly associated with music and music programming at the national Gaeltacht station.

A time when the Irish were not welcome

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Between the years 1845 and 1855 more than 2.1 million people emigrated from Ireland. They streamed into Liverpool, Manchester, Boston and New York. Many were diseased, hungry, dirty, broken spirited, with barely any personal belongings. Some embarked actually naked.


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