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The new Ford Ranger Raptor features a clever way of enabling drivers to find their way back after venturing off-road.
The final group games for the 2019 club football championship takes place this weekend.
This year marks the 10th anniversary of Maoin Cheoil na Gaillimhe. Over the past decade the school has grown from simple beginnings to a substantial music education provider in the city. It has already trained almost 20 new teachers for the city with professional diplomas, and another 200 primary school teachers have been certified in new and exciting ways to work with students.
Ticket frenzy has taken over the county with the news this week that the capacity for Mayo's do-or-die clash with Donegal in MacHale Park on Saturday week is set at 25,369.
The rollercoaster of emotions Mayo fans have experienced following the county team down the years were well and truly on display last Saturday evening once more in the clash against Armagh at MacHale Park.
When one buys a video game nowadays, it is accepted as a given that the standard of story line will be equivalent to a motion picture with graphics as good as real life. Back in the nineties, this was not the case as games like the timeless Super Mario and Crash Bandicoot were bundles of fun but lacked any depth or story.
THE GOONIES, the cult children's adventure film form 1985, is returning to the big screen, in 4K resolution, with a special showing at the Pálás Cinema this weekend.
FOR CHARLOTTE, life is sweet. She has a good job, a supportive husband in Malcolm, a fine son in Evan, a nice house in the suburbs. Shame about the past, creeping up behind her.
'SO LONG', the new single from Galway singer-songwriter Chris Haze, taken from his forthcoming EP Chasing Rivers, will be released tomorrow.
SALMON POETRY has recently published a new collection of poems by Fred Johnston, entitled Rogue States. It is Johnston’s ninth collection of verse and arrives almost 40 years after his debut, Life And Death In The Midlands.