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Mack's future is in Connacht

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Mack Hansen, Andy Friend's Australian find, has signed a new contract that keeps him at the Sportsground till 2025.

Minors make their way past Sligo

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Mayo strode past Sligo in impressive style on Friday evening in Ballina to make it three wins from three in the Connacht Minor Football Championship.

Matt Keane to play The Claregalway Hotel

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AFTER AN absence of two years, the Matt Keane & family concert returns to the Claregalway Hotel on Friday March 25.

‘Foscadh is a challenging film, in a good sense’

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JOHN CUNLIFFE was the apple of his parents eye. There was nothing they could not do for him, but such devotion to their son left John with little sense of independence and ill-prepared when the challenges of the adult world forcibly intrude upon his life.

Students in Westport surprise Charlie Bird during visit

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Former RTÉ news reporter Charlie Bird received an emotional welcome last Friday from the 340 pupils at Scoil Phádraig, Westport, during a visit in advance of his ‘Climb With Charlie’ fundraiser on Croagh Patrick on April 2.

Buccaneers cement top four league position with morale boosting team performance

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Buccaneers and MU Barnhall served up highly entertaining Energia All-Ireland League Division 2A fare when these top four contenders shared the spoils at Parsonstown on Saturday.

Rotary Club of Athlone raise tree of remembrance funds for local charities

The Rotary Club of Athlone has been hosting the annual tree of remembrance initiative since 2010.

Athlone native to company fore of Irish IT pioneering business decision

An Athlone native is to the company fore of the first Irish IT services company to introduce a four-day working week for all its employees from the start of February next year.

Buccaneers raise essential funds for worthy South Westmeath Hospice cause

MICHAEL SILKE

The little miracle that saved Galway Arts Festival 1985

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It seems laughable today but in 1958 Archbishop John Mc Quaid of Dublin, obsessively monitored Irish life to the extent, that he did not have to ban a film, book or play outright, it was sufficient for his secretary to make it known that the archbishop had wondered if that (name of film, book or movie) was the sort of thing a good Catholic should witness.

 

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