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McDonoghs to relaunch Stanley Centre in Ballybane

McDonoghs in Ballybane Industrial Estate is launching its newly revamped Stanley Centre this week. To celebrate, special promotions and expert advice on installation, building energy ratings, and low energy heating systems will be available in store from Thursday November 15 to Saturday November 17.

Penalty points system to change

In a few months the penalty points system will be ten years old. What a quick decade that was. The system was launched in a fanfare by the late Seamus Brennan back in October of 2002. At the risk of sounding old, I remember it well.

Something for everyone and everything is free at Galway Culture Night

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Excitement is building for this year’s Culture Night, when artists from Galway and beyond get to showcase just why the city is at the forefront of the arts.

Variety Concert for Kilmanjaro

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A Variety Concert will take place on Thursday April 14, in the Set Theatre in aid of locally-based African charity, Kilimanjaro Direct.

Kilkenny actor scoops role in Ireland’s national theatre company

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A young Kilkenny man is enjoying a high point of his acting career as he takes to the stage with the Abbey Theatre in a play penned by Kilkennyman Thomas Kilroy.

M17 motorway will start in November and open in 2014

Work on the proposed M17 from Gort to the north of Tuam, and including the Tuam town bypass, will begin in November and should be completed in 2014.

A Galway Mass for the late Seamus Brennan on Saturday

A ‘Galway Mass’ will be held for the late Seamus Brennan, in St Patrick Church, Forster Street Galway this Saturday at 1pm.

Waterford influence over hurlers remains

The announcement regarding the appointment of Jim Greene’s successor as manager of the county senior hurlers was made at last week’s county board meeting, and quite interesting it was. Trainer of Oulart The Ballagh for the last two seasons, Kevin Ryan is to be the new man in charge. Speaking to county chairman Pat Deering in the lead up to the appointment, he assured me that a very highly regarded candidate had expressed interest in the job. This is in no small way due to the fact that the profile of Carlow hurling has risen consistently over the last few years with the performances of some very talented minor teams and the senior squad’s Christy Ring success this year.

Greens are the fag butt that FF will inhale and discard

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The Green Party has been in the news all week. Their sole city councillors in Dublin and Cork have resigned. The party leadership has dismissed the resignations of Bronwen Maher and Chris O’Leary as merely due to “personal and local constituency” reasons.

Greens are the fag butt that FF will inhale and discard

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The Green Party has been in the news all week. Their sole city councillors in Dublin and Cork have resigned. The party leadership has dismissed the resignations of Bronwen Maher and Chris O’Leary as merely due to “personal and local constituency” reasons.

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