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A cast of nine-hundred performing in Castlebar to celebrate live music

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Nearly 1,000 young musicians from Music Generation Mayo will be appearing at The Royal Theatre Castlebar from 7pm on Thursday, May 26, as part of Music Generation Mayo’s #youngmusiciansofmayo concert.

Athenry's O'Connell secures silver at international event

Craughwell AC and Clarin College Athenry athlete Declan O'Connell played a huge part in Ireland securing a silver medal at the weekend's schools' cross country international in Wales.

Galway athletes shine at national champs

Galway athletes enjoyed great success across a host of events at the National Junior and U23 Indoor Championships in Athlone IT at the weekend.

Mayo harpists for St Patrick's Festival show

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Over one hundred young musicians from Music Generation will come together at St Patrick's Festival Quarter in Collins Barracks in Dublin from 1pm on Saturday, March 19.

New appointments at legal firm P O’Connor & Son

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Two solicitors, Gina Mullen and Siobhán Durkan, have been appointed within the firm of P O’Connor & Son, bringing the number of partners to five, in addition to which it has a large team of paralegal, secretarial and executive support.

South African Stormers to hit the Sportsground for the first time

Connacht can take a great deal of heart having delivered a timely and valiant victory over Scarlets when they face South Africa’s DHL Stormers at the Sportsground on Saturday (1pm).

New appointments at legal firm P O’Connor & Son

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Two solicitors, Gina Mullen and Siobhán Durkan, have been appointed within the firm of P O’Connor & Son, bringing the number of partners to five, in addition to which it has a large team of paralegal, secretarial and executive support.

Connacht now face uphill battle after European rugby takes a toll

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Connacht face the unenviable trip to Wales to take on the Scarlets in their URC league fixture on Saturday (7.35pm), needing a win to resurrect their URC season.

‘A photograph will tell you a thousand things’

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Tommy Holohan is a living history of Galway city, and more particularly, a living history of one of its most unique areas - The Claddagh - and his passion for both has led him to discover and collect an extraordinary array of photographs, postcards, and documents charting the evolution of the city.

Chambers calls on Dáil to pass Stalking bill without delay

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As the Non-Fatal Offences Against the Person (Amendment) (Stalking) Bill 2021 has passed through the Seanad, Fianna Fáil Senator Lisa Chambers is calling on members of the Dáil to pass the bill without delay. Senator Chambers brought forward the legislation in July 2021 that sought to introduce an offence of Stalking into Irish law.

 

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