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Oireachtas members seek answers from ESB after shutdown

Oireachtas members seek answers from E…

July 18, 2019 by Dan Dooner

    Fears remain over Lough Ree Power jobs     Bord na Móna management met with workers’ union SIPTU yesterday afternoon (Wednesday) following talks with local public representatives earlier...

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Roscommon All-Ireland heroes remembered

Roscommon All-Ireland heroes remembere…

July 18, 2019 by Dan Dooner

      Last Saturday morning, prior to the All-Ireland SFC Super 8s match between Roscommon and Tyrone at Dr. Hyde Park, St. Dominic’s GAA hosted a memorial...

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Fitzmaurice calls for ‘rural revival’

Fitzmaurice calls for ‘rural revival’

July 18, 2019 by Paul Healy

          A protest in Dublin which was organised by the Beef Plan movement needs to be the beginning of a “rural revival” Independent TD Michael Fitzmaurice...

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Lifestyle

The Riptide Movement for Boyle Arts Festival

The Riptide Movement for Boyle Arts Festival

      Dublin band, The Riptide Movement, will perform this Saturday (July 20th) at 10 pm at Daly’s Storehouse as part of the Boyle Arts Festival.   With four studio albums to...

Sport

Red Hand holds off improved Rossies

Red Hand holds off improved Rossies

      All-Ireland SFC Super 8s: Tyrone 0-17 Roscommon 0-13 In the rarefied atmosphere of the Super 8s competition, teams like Roscommon need to have all their ducks in a...

Property

Quality five-bedroomed Kilteevan property available at Earley’s

Quality five-bedroomed Kilteevan property available at Earley’s

      This week, David Diffley (MIPAV, TRV) of Property Partners Earley is offering to the market a luxury five-bedroomed, dormer-style residence of approximately 2,075 square feet, located at Aughmagree, Kilteevan, Co...

Farming

Over 200% mark-up on beef shows shoppers and farmers are being fleeced – Naughten

Over 200% mark-up on beef shows shoppers and farmers are being fleeced – Naughten

      Irish shoppers are paying high food prices – yet farmers are not getting the benefit, with the situation worsening over the last 15 years, according to a survey highlighted by...

Frankly Speaking

How music and rugby have helped the ‘process of peace’

      On the 10th of April, 1998, the Northern Irish peace agreement was signed, bringing an end to a conflict that had spanned over thirty years, and which had brought untold...

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From the kitchen table

Nothing like a broken foot to keep you grounded

    It was 6 am. I’d showered, and, as the sun was shining, I’d dressed in a pair of skinny jeans and a t-shirt. Then, putting on more make-up than would...

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Paul Healy's Week

A weekend on Aran Islands

      Friday The ferry trip to the Aran Islands took about 45 minutes. Our destination was the biggest of the islands, Inis Mór, and yes, I was well aware that we...

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