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The Village set out to dethrone county kingpins Ballyhale
It’s a case of deja vu in this year’s county senior hurling final. Ballyhale Shamrocks and James Stephens will take to Nowlan Park on Sunday to contest the highly anticipated St Canice’s Credit Union Hurling final.
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I was reminded of my long gone Junior Infant schooldays as I walked up the newly developed Parade during the week.
Neven and McManus turn up the heat for Mount Temple school
One of Ireland’s best-known chefs, Neven Maguire, and Flogas distributor, John McManus of McManus Fuel Centre, will be turning up the heat together to raise funds for An Grianán National School in Mount Temple village.
Maria Tecce - Viva la Diva
FOR MORE than a decade Maria Tecce has wowed audiences around the world. An accomplished jazz vocalist and actress she has been described as “a sensual angel” and “like Audrey Hepburn channelling Eartha Kitt”.
Google makes final call for Westmeath doodles
Google is making its final call for Westmeath entries for the company’s Doodle 4 Google creative art and design competition. Nine Westmeath primary and secondary schools have already registered but there is still time to get involved as the deadline for entries is December 18.
Get writing for the New Year
IT IS said that everyone has at least one novel in them. The challenge is to sit down and write it from start to finish - but what skills do you need to learn to help you get your story on paper?
Sideways wit and the best kind of subversion
THE SPIN-DOCTORS of the poetry world so often reach for the term “long-awaited” when describing a new collection of poetry that its meaning has mostly been drained away.
Helping your child to overcome shyness
Parenting a shy child can be frustrating, baffling, and worrying for a parent. If you are shy yourself you will be acutely aware of how your child feels in a world full of seemingly confident people. If on the other hand you are not shy yourself, you will be baffled and often frustrated by your child's behaviour.
Pyrotechnix gear up for first TV appearance on talent show
The young Kilkenny band Pyrotechnix are bracing themselves for a nerve-racking performance before thousands of TV viewers and a live audience on Sunday night as they make their debut appearance on the All-Ireland Talent Show representing Ireland East.