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Monaghan’s Niall Maguire and Enda Sherry stormed to an emphatic victory on Sunday’s Hotel Ballina and Kennedy Motors Mayo Stages Rally, finishing just over a minute ahead of their nearest rivals Frank Wray and Kieran McGrath. Wray, finishing in a career best second place, was closely followed by Mayo and District Motorsport Club crew Aaron McHale and Paul McGee.
THERE MAY be no exact consensus on how to categorise Raglans’ sound, but there is unanimous agreement that it is irresistible and that on-stage the band are phenomenal.
LILY ALLEN’S father, actor Keith Allen, who can currently be seen in My Mad Fat Diary, has called Raglans’ “an immensely powerful band!”.
At least three Westmeath projects are in with a shout for sharing in a €3m investment fund, applications for which close tonight, August 9.
Only 60 minutes separates Davitts from making not a little bit of history, but one that will be remembered for as long as the men from the borderline towns of Ballindine and Irishtown play football. On Sunday in Tullamore, one more win and an All Ireland final beckons for the men in black and red next month.
Coronation Street star William Roache (Ken Barlow) recently revealed he is 50 per cent deaf in both ears, which he left untreated, refusing to wear hearing aids for many years, and suffered from social isolation and difficulties at work as a result. The Coronation Street actor reportedly said that vanity had stopped him from wearing a hearing device until now.
Following the opening of the new state-of-the-art hearing clinic Hidden Hearing this week, Kilkenny people now have the country’s most technologically advanced hearing clinic at their disposal.
The use of Ipods and listening to loud music is one of the main sources of hearing problems in young people.
St Brendan's National School opened on St Brendan's Road, Woodquay, in 1916. It was an all-male school which initially catered for boys from Woodquay, Sickeen, and Bohermore. After World War II it began to attract pupils from Shantalla and Newcastle. The school closed down in the 1960s with most of the boys transferring to St Patrick's. The school building was hidden behind a high wall, and it was later demolished. Part of the boundary wall is still visible at the back of the rather dull office block that replaced it.