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Vote for the love of your country and its people

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Tomorrow when we will all hopefully go to the polls, we do so to take part in the drafting of a powerful statement into how we want this country to be. On both sides, there is a desire for a result that will copperfasten a way of thinking. And there is no doubt that whatever result is announced at the national count centre on Saturday evening, it will send out a powerful message about what this country sees as its direction.

The stranger waiting at Maam Cross station

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There was a humorous mix-up when Pádraig Pearse first visited Ros Muc in 1903. He was 24 years of age, and already imbued by a passion, and a vision for the Ireland of the new century.

Former Bower girl becomes State’s youngest judge

Athlone solicitor Gráinne O’Neill (42) has become the youngest judge in the State after her appointment to the District Court panel this week (April 16).

‘We have so much fun with this show’

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WHETHER YOU are an avid fan of Harry Potter or simply of inspired comic lunacy, the smash hit show Potted Potter, which is coming to the Town Hall Theatre, is guaranteed to provide a wonderful and uproarious night out.

Central Bank economist to conduct Paddy Ryan memorial lecture in GMIT

It has been announced that Mr Lars Frisell, director of economics at the Central Bank of Ireland, will be the guest speaker at the upcoming Paddy Ryan Memorial Lecture in GMIT. The special lecture, which will be held on Tuesday December 11 in Theatre 1000, will recognise Paddy Ryan’s role as former mayor and alderman of Galway City, and honorary memory of the Galway Chamber. As part of the Amicable Society he welcomed President John Fitzgerald Kennedy to Galway during his tenure.

Case stalls in death of Bagenalstown man

The family of a Bagenalstown man was left on tenterhooks again this week when the man charged in connection with the death of one of their own, had his case further adjourned.

DPP has two weeks to produce book of evidence

The Director of Public Prosecutions has been given two weeks to produce a book of evidence in a case relating to the death of a Bagenalstown man in Limerick or else the case will be struck out.

Book of evidence finally served in connection with death

A book of evidence was served on a Limerick man charged in connection with the murder of a man from Bagenalstown, County Carlow, at Limerick District Court yesterday.


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