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Forty per cent of women feel nervous letting a handyman in

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Forty per cent of women would feel some degree of apprehension letting a handyman or tradesman into their homes, according to a new poll from AA Home Insurance. In comparison, 20 per cent of the men polled said they would have cause for concern.

Inappropriate colleague must pay €3k to avoid jail

A man who tried to force a kiss on a female colleague and made a number of inappropriate comments to her, was told in court this week (March 14) he had until the end of the month to come up with €3,000 in compensation for his victim or face a month in prison.

Tuam’s secret millionaire a hit with viewers

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The first episode of RTÉ’s The Secret Millionaire, which featured an emotional and generous donation by Galway man John Concannon, was the most watched programme on television on Monday night.

Home & Garden

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Woodie’s DIY and Garden Centres have launched a new series of How to DIY videos on This new online DIY resource includes over 100 detailed, step by step videos, which will enable people to complete a wide range of DIY tasks at home, with greater ease.

Get the job done with Queen of Clean

Imagine a cleaning company employing teams of highly trained cleaning staff to deliver a top quality cleaning service for your home.

Lino-laying excuse not good enough for knifeman

A man who claimed a foldable knife found on his person in the town centre in the early hours was for “layin’ lino” and that he’d forgotten it was still in his pocket, failed in his appeal against a six month jail sentence in the Circuit Court (July 21).

gardening with Anne McKeon

Though plants should form the backbone of our gardens, including features and decorative objects can add the finishing touches and give an insight to the personality of the gardener.

Fiddler on the Roof’s Joe McGann insists that the show must go on

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Joe McGann can’t wait to return to Ireland and, as the lead role in the touring production of Fiddler on the Roof, he will have his chance when a seven performance run of the show starts in the brand-new Royal Castlebar Theatre and Event Centre on September 30. “I was supposed to be with the company when we brought Fiddler on the Roof to Killarney in August,” explains Joe, “but I broke my elbow and unfortunately could not make it. We have had a great time touring with the show. We have been in 30 different venues; from my home city of Liverpool to Sunderland, Edinburgh and Manchester. Our tour finishes at the Royal Theatre Castlebar, which I am reliably informed is a wonderful new venue. As a man with a proud Irish heritage, I am delighted to be able to come over to Ireland. My elbow has just now recovered enough to allow me to return to work and it is a great thrill to be able to get back on stage.”

Sexual abuse of children was rife in Kilkenny institutions, report reveals

A damning report released on Tuesday by the Child Abuse Commission highlighted two Kilkenny institutions where it said sexual abuse of, and violence against children was rife.


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