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Mary Coughlan organises Big Gig in aide of Syria and Turkey earthquake victims

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Mary Coughlan was listening to the radio when she heard Anne O'Rourke, founder of TIAFI, an organisation dedicated to helping vulnerable women and children across Turkey and Syria. "I heard Anne on the news a week after the earthquake. She is from Waterford, and she has been living and working in a refugee camp on the Turkish Syrian border for years. Following the earthquake, she had an influx of about 26,000 people looking for help, some of whom had lost every member of their family.

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Distance does not lessen our duty to help those devastated by earthquake

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I have always loved the cool interior of a church on a warm day. Wherever I am in the world, there is a relief to be found there in among the shadows and age-old flagstones and the marble. In materials built to last, there is a nice chill that adds to the sense of weightlessness you find in places of solitude and reflection.

Delicious festive fare at Moores Butchers

Moores Butchers, situated in Terryland Shopping Centre, is now taking orders for Christmas with a great selection of meats for Christmas dinner, including dairy and gluten free options at affordable prices.

Sinéad Quinlan - Ireland’s ‘new queen of comedy’ at GCF22

SINÉAD QUINLAN is a comedian, actor, writer, toasted cheese sandwich fanatic, and a winner of RTÉ’s national stand up competition, Stand Up and Be Funny, on the Ray D’Arcy Show.

Ford reveals E-Transit Custom with 380km range

Ford has revealed its new E-Transit Custom, the fully electric successor to its best-selling van which it says will have a range of up to 380km.

Ford reveals exclusive E-Transit Custom with 380km range

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Ford has revealed its new E-Transit Custom, the fully electric successor to its best-selling van which it says will have a range of up to 380 km.

Rachel Duffy makes history as first Westmeath winner of the Rose of Tralee

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Celebrations were getting under way in Rosemount village yesterday to mark local woman Rachel Duffy’s historic win at the 2022 Rose of Tralee on Tuesday night. Ms Duffy is the first Westmeath Rose to win the competition in its 63-year history.

Massive wind turbine blades to wind their way from port to Connemara

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A consignment of massive wind turbine blades arrived in the city’s port this week and will be transported in the dark of night across Quincentenary Bridge and onwards to their eventual site in Connerama.

Olympic Boxing Club continues to thrive

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When the question is asked, John Mongan’s vision about what can be achieved is clear. The Olympic Boxing Club is thriving, but what can be accomplished in the coming few years?


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