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A soothing vocal tone familiar to many, singer songwriter Katie Gallagher (KTG), continues to progress and evolve as a music artist, her prowess on an upward curve prior to the release of her second self-penned album 'The Long Road Home'.
I have often wondered how the unusual name of Zetland found its way to the head of Cashel Bay in the heart of Connemara. It is, of course, the name of a well known hotel today. The hotel was founded in the closing years of the 19th century, by the son of a mountain farmer, JJ O'Loughlin, who had a canny instinct for business. The hotel was originally called The Zetland Arms, and before that The Viceroy's Rest. All these names allude to the hotel's distinguished patron Lawrence Dundas, Viceroy or Lord Lieutenant of Ireland from 1889 to 1902, in which year he became the Marquis of Zetland.
As we come to the end of week nine of lockdown, many of us are now firmly into the swing of our new routines. Routine is important to get us through tough periods like we are experiencing now, however, it is not the worst thing in the world to tweak your schedule to keep your mind fresh.
Aontú representative for Mayo, Paul Lawless, a teacher, has moved to reassure students in light of concerns over the leaving certificate and college places.
Walking the Line is the title of an important book written by Kevin Brophy which describes his childhood growing up in Renmore Barracks. The ‘Line’ is the path alongside the railway line on the causeway between the barracks and the station, and is seen in our photograph c1960.
By Brian Mooney
Pupils from the De La Salle Boys Primary School in Castlebar, Co Mayo are to star in an RTE One documentary Creative Kids this Sunday, May 3 at 6.30pm.
A forgotten Galway legend’s medals and memorabilia will go under the hammer next Monday in Kilkenny.
By Brian Mooney