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All set for the drama to unfold in Mountmellick
Its that time of year again, when local theatre lovers get to experience some of the most talented groups in the country perform right on their own doorstep.
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12 hrs ago
Girlfriend of stab victim reveals how she narrowly escaped death
THE girlfriend of a young man who was stabbed to death by her former boyfriend has spoken in a TV documentary about how she narrowly escaped death on the night of the tragedy.
12 hrs ago
Keohane Seafoods wins overall SFA award
Keohane Seafoods last night emerged as the overall winner in the Small Business Awards run by the Small Firms Association.
14 hrs ago
Student found hanged in Nabbingo dormitory
According to Mwesigwa, Kamwaka woke up on Thursday morning and as was routine, went for breakfast with her fellow students.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
The Indianapolis Star
5 authors not to miss at the 2014 Public Library Association Conference
If Indianapolis suddenly becomes very quiet on March 11, it's because 5,000 librarians will be arriving for the Public Library Association Conference.
Fakenham pool clamour grows
The clamour for a new swimming pool in Fakenham rang out loud and clear at a packed public meeting in the town's community centre.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Irish universities fail to make it into top 100
There are no Irish colleges for a second year running in the 100 universities ranked by reputation among international academics.
Guildford Jazz plans a happy third birthday
Guildford Jazz celebrates its third anniversary with a performance of Steve Waterman playing Benny Golson for Jazz @ The Cavern, at The Freeholder's, St John's St, Farncombe on Wednesday March 12. Currently based at The Freeholder's in Farncombe and The Electric Theatre in Guildford, Guildford Jazz is dedicated to bringing performances by some of ... (more)
Study on workplace experiences of lesbian, gay and bisexual employees
Entitled Working it Out, the GLEN's Diversity Champions report supported by EY, breaks new ground by focusing on the workplace experiences of 590 lesbian, gay and bisexual full-time employees in Ireland.
Do colleges need fees of up to a 6,000 to survive?
Students from St Anne's Community College, Killaloe, Co Clare, commemorate Brian Boru and the Battle of Clontarf.
Colleges to be called 'universities' in bid for foreign students
Colleges and institutes of technology will be allowed to describe themselves as a 'university' when trying to attract foreign students.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Mon Mar 03, 2014
A third of gay employees 'have experienced harassment at work'
ABOUT 30pc of gay, lesbian and bisexual employees have been harassed at work and more than 10pc have quit a job because of discrimination, a new survey suggests.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Prince George Citizen
Former P.G. teacher tapped for Trinity top job
When Mayo Moran began her teaching career at Blackburn junior secondary school, she never could have imagined it would start her along a career path that would lead to the top job at one of Canada's most prestigious post-secondary institutions.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Faith of our fathers: my fight to study at Trinity
It's hard to credit now, but in the late '60s it was a mortal sin for a Catholic to attend Trinity College and the only way for applicants to save their souls was by way of a special dispensation from Archbishop McQuaid.
'Gerry Adams gave order to take explosives into Britain': ex-IRA man
A FORMER IRA man who shot dead Detective Garda Seamus Quaid in 1980 claims Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams and the North's Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness ordered him to transport explosives to the UK two days before the murder.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Spotlight ReviewBella & Harry Visit Dublin
Chihuahua: the largest state in Mexico by area. Chihuahua: the smallest breed of dog by height.
Outgoing Union president lands at Illinois school
David Dockery , the retiring president of Union University in Jackson, Tenn., has been named president of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, Ill.
Insight Vacations Invites Travellers to Experience the Charm of...
With seven tailor-made trips to the Emerald Isle ranging from eight to 26 days, travellers will experience this magical destination renowned for its natural beauty, the 'Irish Welcome' from friendly locals and for its culinary and drinking delights.
Trinity graduate gets six years for possession of guns
Ursula Shannon , who is a PhD student, graduate of Trinity College and prominent member of socialist republican group Eirigi, and three men who were intercepted by armed gardai outside the premises of a firearms dealer have received sentences ranging from six to seven years for the possession of firearms and ammunition.