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RTÉ has announced the appointment of reporter Pat McGrath as its new Western correspondent. Pat began his broadcasting career in 1994 with Clare FM where he worked for more than five years.
One of our great national traits is the knowledge that we could all do the other fellow’s job so much better, be it politicians, teachers, referees, whatever, we all know better. Some of us keep this to ourselves but others have no difficulty letting the whole world know.
It would be hard to imagine the City of the Tribes without The King’s Head pub at its heart which, at 800-years-old, shows no signs of slowing down, and along with the adjoining award-winning Malt House Restaurant continues to entertain, wine and dine, locals and visitors alike.
Citizen journalism has been propping up mainstream media for the last few years and it is encouraging to see the public taking such an interest in the process of news gathering and reporting. But while journalism is a highly regulated profession, who regulates the bloggers?
When the Aston Villa Legends face West United - the club at which the late Eamonn Chick Deacy began and ended his soccer career, they can expect “hard tackling” and “tough and fearless” opposition, warns its manager William Grant.
Almost a year after the Government scrapped Scrappage, Renault is back with a new scrappage deal for the month of June, writes Padraic Deane.
WE ARE only a couple of weeks into January but it is already looking like a happy new year for actor Diarmuid de Faoite. He has just been nominated for a Best Actor IFTA for his role in TG4’s Corp + Anam and he is about to take one of the leads in the Town Hall’s forthcoming production of John Patrick Shanley’s hit play Doubt - a Parable.
The Galway Theatre Festival continues until Monday and there are a number of shows sure to attract sizeable attention over the weekend.With offerings from Cork, Dublin, Cavan, and Britain, as well as from nine Galway-based theatre companies, theatre fans have a multitude of options at their disposal. Across the card there is an eclectic mix with everyone sure to find something relative to their interests.
A Mayo journalist who writes a regular column in a Northern Ireland newspaper has been the focus of a number of letters of opposition from Unionist leaders in recent weeks asking for her column to be removed.
Westport Lions Club fund-raising show