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The art of comedy with Colin Murphy

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IN 1991 Colin Murphy was asked to join an improvisation group at the Irish Student Drama Awards. A life on stage was not something he had really planned and on the day in question he was just filling in for a friend who had to withdraw due to illness.

Building solutions with Arthur & Gleeson

Arthur & Gleeson partnership is a multidiscipline chartered quantity surveying and project management practice. Its range of professional services is geared to serving clients' best interests in a period of unprecedented change. These services ensure that Arthur & Gleeson partnership can advise on the development process in its entirety, from the inception and business planning stage to the structure of funding, design team and main contractor procurement, contract arrangements, construction, and project close out.

Steak — restaurant style

You want to cook the finest, juiciest, and best tasting steak of all time. Steak being so simple to cook in a funny way leads it to a great steak being difficult to perfect. The English and French approach the seasoning of the meat in completely different ways. In France the meat is seasoned when raw; this allows a better penetration of the salt into the meat, which will increase flavour. The English argue that the meat should be seared and then seasoned as not to draw out any excess moisture, leaving the meat more on the juicy side and with a better caramelised surface. I follow both rules, seasoning one side when raw and the other (the side I will be presenting the meat) seared.

No room for complacency as buoyant Galway prepare for Sligo clash

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When Galway United and Sligo Rovers collide there usually isn’t any shortage of interest, and with both clubs emboldened by victories last weekend Terryland Park will provide an ideal backdrop tomorrow evening.

Fair trade begins at home - farmers protest against supermarket power

Members of the Irish Cattle and Sheep Farmers’ Association (ICSA) in Mayo turned out in force last Saturday to demonstrate against supermarket power and the impact it is having on farming businesses. Leaflets outlining the main concerns of farmers were distributed to consumers outside the Tesco store in Claremorris.

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