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Siobhán McKenna - A legend in Irish theatre

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French soldiers in World War I carried Joan of Arc’s image into battle at Ardennes, at Charleroi, at the Marne. They wore medals bearing her face around their necks, and tucked her picture into the pockets of their uniforms.

All-Ireland success for impressive Claregalway ladies

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Claregalway ladies added to their burgeoning reputation with a well-deserved and historic All-Ireland Intermediate club championship title on Saturday at Mullingar.

Death Drive exhibition at the Galway Arts Centre

Death Drive is a group exhibition by four artists; Vanessa Donoso Lopez, Stine Marie Jacobsen, Maximilian Le Cain, and Siobhán McGibbon.

Galway Cathedral Summer Concerts 2013

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THE GALWAY Cathedral Recitals summer concerts return from July 4 to August 8 with performances taking place each Thursday at 8pm.

Restaurant review – Brennans Lane Bar and Restaurant Ballina

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Are you looking for a fine dining experience, without the pomp, in an old style building with high ceilings, fabulous local artwork, and modern but traditional decor?

Aoibhe’s legacy will be to save and help others

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A local family devastated by the death of their daughter to meningitis has set up a new Galway-based charity.

Out and about in Mayo

Ballina is the place to be this weekend

Bronze medal for Galway Rower

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Galway rower Siobhán McCrohan has claimed a bronze medal at the prestigious Lucerne Regatta, the third of the World Cup series.

For The Birds winging to New York

FOR THE Birds, a new play co-authored by Galway-based writer Siobhán Donnellan, is about to receive its premiere at the prestigious New York International Fringe Festival.

The mystery of the disappearing man

“HE LEFT them there, standing under the sycamore tree, the two dray horses, the plough lying on its side nearby, the soil fresh on its blade. And of himself, not a sign ever of him anywhere. Gone. Like the wind. Just like that. Done a bunk, as they say...”

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