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Q: The job was for a team leader. The interview was going grand until one fellow – the quiet one – piped up with ‘how much money have you in your bank account?’ I prevaricated and I procrastinated and I equivocated, and then I sighed and I smiled, and basically, in a nice, mannerly way, I told him it was none of his business.
All of the declarations have been finalised for tomorrow’s ‘Galway County Council Local Summer Festival’ which will see 74 runners and riders go to post for what promises to be a day of high excitement for owners and trainers alike.
With the busy schedule of National League games and Kiltane’s and Castlebar’s run to All-Ireland club finals, I have had very few column inches to discuss the importance of ‘the club’ and how GAA clubs have been severely hit in the last number of years. Charlestown, like every other club in the county, have lost lots of players to emigration because of the downturn in the economy. The only exception to the rule may be Kiltane, who had 44 players togged out for a championship game last year. However Shane Lindsay was commuting from Scotland pretty much every week.
A dramatically new dental practice has been launched that provides some of the world’s most advanced aesthetic and cosmetic dental treatments. And you do not have to travel to central or southern Europe for its huge benefits.
Since starting LighterLife I've found myself shopping online in a bid to distract myself from reaching for the fridge. Could I be swapping one addiction for the other?
Drivers here in the Republic of Ireland are losing out on more than €27 million by driving with under-inflated tyres.
It was a case of ‘who dares, wins’ for an A-grade student who made almost €3,000 by taking the brave and ingenious step of selling his Leaving Certificate study notes on the online auction site eBay.ie.
The Kilkenny senior hurlers made their trip to the capital a successful one last Sunday when they outscored a spirited, if somewhat naive, Dublin outfit.
A former prison officer turned serial con man who was the subject of an RTÉ Liveline campaign to track him down will be sentenced next month at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court.
A former prison officer turned serial con man who was the subject of an RTÉ Liveline campaign to track him down has been given a three-year suspended sentence at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court.