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Opening of Giving Voice exhibition

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Reflections: Young Anya Bourke Mullaney views the impressivie exhibits at the recent opening of the Mary Robinson Giving Voice exhibition presented by The Mary Robinson Centre in Ballina Library. Photo: Henry Wills

US presidents lined up to speak at future Mary Robinson Centre events

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Ballina will be seeing former US presidents coming to the north Mayo town to speak at the proposed Mary Robinson Centre.

Nobel prize winner speaking in Ballina today

By Frances Toner

Nobel prize winner to speak in Ballina on Friday

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Nobel Peace Prize winner, Muhammad Yunas from Bangladesh, is to speak in Ballina on Friday for the inaugural International Human Rights Lecture of the Mary Robinson Centre.

Inspirational global figures for Ballina peace events

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A lecture on the theme of women in peace, delivered by former president of Ireland and world renowned social campaigner, Mary Robinson, is to be beamed live from South Africa to her native Ballina on Tuesday.

Remembering Peter Tyrrell

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On April 26 1967 the body of a man was found on Hampstead Heath. It was charred and burnt beyond recognition. Initial investigation found that the man had deliberately set fire to himself. Who was this man?

Mary Robinson Centre aiming for early 2016 opening

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Hopes are high that enough funding will be in place for work to begin in six months time on the €7.5 million Mary Robinson Centre planned for Ballina.

EU elections - why would anyone bother?

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Seeing the occasional poster of a local election candidate advertising public meetings on various issues of concern, Insider noted that, within a month’s time, towns, villages, and the countryside will be radically altered as the election poster blitz takes hold.

Forbes journalist apologises for describing President Higgins as an 'acknowledged homosexual'

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A Cork-based freelance journalist has apologised for mistakingly describing Irish President Michael D Higgins as an “acknowledged homosexual” in an article written for US business magazine, Forbes.

 

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