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The Late Late Toy Show auditions hit Athlone on Tuesday, with acts from across the Midlands and Connaught competing for a coveted spot on the biggest show in Irish television.
Television personality Ryan Tubridy has the craic at Connemara Golf Club in Ballyconneely, Co Galway, with club captain Brian Hughes of the Abbey Glen Hotel, after he was awarded honorary life membership of the club.
On Sunday, the Captain of the Connemara Golf Club will be presenting honorary life membership to RTE broadcaster Ryan Tubridy. Ryan, in 2012, was granted the Freedom of Connemara to celebrate the Bicentary of Clifden. The presentation of Honorary life membership will be followed by a live concert by Eurovision winner Paul Harrington.
A young student from Westport will be studying her dictionary and fine-tuning her pronunciation skills in the coming months after being crowned the county’s spelling bee champ and winning a place in the provincial spelling bee final.
Thanks to the Supermac’s inspired Bring Them Home competition, the Mentane family living in Kilnadeema, Co Galway, will be anticipating a visit this Christmas from father and husband Patrick Mentane, who has been based in Australia since last June. Patrick Mentane relocated to Queensland in June to work on the motorways. A return trip to Ireland at Christmas was looking to be beyond the family’s financial means which was upsetting for them given that Mr Mentane was forcibly absent from his daughter’s first birthday and his wife’s graduation since the move.
Everybody needs good neighbours and broadcaster Ryan Tubridy and Eileen Colgan, who plays Esther Roche in Fair City’s Carrigstown, Ireland’s most famous fictional neighbourhood, have just launched the Neighbour of the Year award, as part of the 2012 People of the Year Awards, organised by Rehab.
Providing the musical entertainment at Brian O’Driscoll and Amy Huberman’s July 2010, wedding proved once again that Clint Velour and The Camembert Quartet is Ireland’s best live band.
“Free at last, thank God almighty, I’m free at last,” exclaimed RTE celebrity Ryan ‘the Tubs’ Tubridy after receiving the freedom of Clifden and Connemara at the weekend.
The gates of Clifden and Connemara will be thrown wide open to RTE celebrity Ryan Tubridy when he receives the Golden Key at a ceremony this weekend.