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The Snug Bar can always be relied on to put together a great line-up, and this bank holiday weekend is no exception.
CHUTZPAH, RESTLESSNESS, imagination and no little skill across a range of disciplines have all played their part in photographer Reg Gordon’s eventful and varied career path.
Castlebar is set for a welcome boost today (Friday) when Vaughan Shoes opens its doors in the iconic corner building on Main Street formerly occupied by Hynes Shoes.
Galwegians RFC, having secured the All Ireland League division 2A trophy, is now involved in two cup finals in the next two weeks.
Sierra Leone is a country that defies your expectations. Perched on the coast of West Africa, it's a place on the very edge of global consciousness, where the romantic dream of Africa meets the hot, sweaty reality. On Freetown's streets a thousand dramas are played out daily. Along palm-fringed shores, white sand beaches stretch out as if plucked from a dreamer's imagination and in the interior, red, earthen roads pierce dense jungles, revealing their mysteries to the intrepid. Sierra Leone is a place of adventure.
A documentary about a 25-year-old Monivea man who sustained serious injuries following a drink driving accident in 2005 will be aired on RTE Radio 1 on Saturday at 2pm.
Claremorris native Noel Joyce, who has lived in Mullingar for the past 15 years, set out on a long and arduous walk yesterday (Thursday) from Mullingar to Dublin in aid of Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital Crumlin.
The eleventh Streete Parish Park Vintage Day committee are currently putting the final touches to this year’s rally which will take place on Sunday July 8
Athlone GAA club and the wider Westmeath GAA community are coming to terms with the untimely passing last week of club stalwart David Allen (43), following a relatively short illness. Davy won medals at every grade including senior medals in 1988 and 1998 with his beloved Athlone. He made his senior debut in 1985 and provided cover as sub-goalie as recently as last summer.
The death occurred this week of former editor of the Connacht Tribune, Mr John Cunningham.