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Fashion creativity of students an imaginative vision as valiant Ireland suffer loss in Wales

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US inauguration affords sense of hope as Connacht succumb in PRO14 encounter

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Dare we see a spark of hope amid the gloom that is 2021 so far?

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Looking back 12 months at Insider’s preview of 2020, the danger of making even short-term predictions is starkly illustrated! The upcoming General Election, a post-Brexit trade deal, and the ongoing housing crisis were cited as the issues likely to dominate the political year; as it turned out, all featured but there was not one word about the issue that dominated the year - Covid-19.

Blatant disregard for democracy in the US as alternate Leaving Cert plans must be forged

Before I begin to talk and write about anything else, I simply have to refer to that dark Wednesday last week when, in Washington, Congress was stormed by rebels shouting that Donald Trump had won the election, waving flags, and being egged on by Trump himself, who said “Well done, I’ll be with you shortly.” And of course, he never was.

Inspiring Cambodian initiative devised by sisters as shop local spirit most prevalent

I hope some of you got to look at the wonderful games on TV over last weekend.

Nuasan launches new Active Bodycare Kit

Nuasan, an innovative range of natural bodycare products, formulated in the west of Ireland specifically for active people, has introduced its new Active Bodycare Kit, which is the ideal gift for ethically-minded, fitness fans this Christmas.

Kenny's Bookshop and Gallery at 80

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On a day in October 1936, a young woman, Maureen Canning, from Mohill, County Leitrim, left her digs in Lower Salthill and began to walk, for the first time, to what was then University College Galway.

Theobald Wolfe Tone - A hero without blemish

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The Criminal Conversation case taken by Richard Martin against John Petrie, in 1791, the seducer of his wife Eliza, which was extensively covered in the newspapers of the time, and no doubt read with enormous enjoyment by society in both England and Ireland, nevertheless, did not go entirely in Martin’s favour.

Life will be different - Rita Ann Higgins' Covid poems

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ONE OF the most direct and immediate responses to the Covid crisis from any Irish artist, has come from the pen of Galway poet, Rita Ann Higgins.

 

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