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Oxfam Ireland Kilkenny shop critically needs donations of stock

The Oxfam Kilkenny shop urgently needs donations of saleable items, as its stock levels are currently critically low.

A thank you to the people of Westmeath

Bóthar charity climb

In September 2011, the Irish development aid agency Bóthar will send a group of trekkers to take on the challenge of both climbing Kilimanjaro and raising funds for the charity.

Breakthrough in case of murdered photographer

There has been a breakthrough in relation to the murder of popular Galway photographer Trent Keegan as a man has been charged by Kenyan police.

Great deals for readers at Cost Plus Sofas

Cost Plus Sofas Athlone are pleased to be able to offer the Molson Wilshire Collection. This offer, exclusive to all Advertiser readers, gives you the chance to own this roomy, comfortable sectional!

More than 10,000 expected for National Grandparents’ Pilgrimage

More than 10,000 grandmothers and grandfathers from all over Ireland are expected to converge on Knock Shrine on Sunday next for the largest pilgrimage of its type in the world — and 13 year-old Ireland’s Got Talent winner Chloe Coyle will perform with her mentor Dana as part of the celebration.

Louisburgh triathlon

Louisburgh man Robert Henaghan has organised a triathlon to take place in the town on June 5.

Learning while helping others

A series of seminars which hopes to raise money to help the poor, and educate the people of Galway, has been organised by Seán Connaughton, a part time lecturer at GMIT. Motivated by the success of former students who referenced their experience and motivation to their time at GMIT, Connaughton, has Trio Seminars, a training experience which he hopes will benfit the wider community.

Fairtrade Fortnight

To celebrate Fair Trade Fortnight (22nd Feb-7th March), Kilkenny Borough Council is hosting a Fair Trade Talk on Friday the 26th of February in City Hall at 2.30pm.

Never too late to volunteer in Africa

The collapse of the Celtic Tiger and the focus on the disaster in Haiti has had an unexpected effect on the street children and orphans of Africa. An inability to access help and funding is crippling the efforts of orphanages and rehabilitation centres to help some of Africa’s most vulnerable children.


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