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Local girl Brigid O’Gorman from Kilkenny will become a citizen reporter or ‘eJournalist’ reporting on the European Parliament elections as part of the Youth Media for Europe initiative.
It looks like a compromise might have been reached in the vexed question of pumping Shannon water to feed the projected Dublin deficit with the suggestion this week of a holding reservoir in Derrygreenagh bog, just outside Rochfortbridge.
Top officials at the Galway County Council were at odds with each other on how to deal with the findings of an internal investigation into “irregularities’ regarding invoices submitted by a councillor for works carried out during a Community Involvement Scheme in Ardrahan in south Galway in 2003, it emerged at Galway Circuit Criminal Court yesterday.
It’s been a bad week for pigs... and for anyone associated with the pig sector in this country.
GLAM ROCK legends the New York Dolls and a major dance show by the brilliant Michael Clark, inspired by the Glam era of David Bowie, Iggy Pop, and Lou Reed, are just two of the many exciting shows, concerts, events, readings, and exhibitions lined up for this year’s Galway Arts Festival, which runs from July 13 to 26.
The Irish Independent was accused of “gutter” journalism at this month’s meeting of Westmeath County Council (February 23) after it accused a councillor of laziness when he’d actually been bereaved.
A rugby jersey signed by the Irish Grand Slam team has been presented to the committee of the ‘Fr Gerry Hipwell Memorial Cycle’ and is to be auctioned on eBay in the next week or two.
Murder, government conspiracies, love triangles, and oh so many twisting plots, all in a day’s work for brash newspaper reporter Cal McAffrey who uncovers it all; if only the life of an everyday hack was this thrilling. This film is certainly intriguing to watch as the suspense is well paced keeping the audience enthralled throughout.