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Rte Ten's TV picks for today Monday 28

Paul Kimmage tells his passionate story about cycling and his disillusionment with the sport in Rough Rider ; Children of Syria meets the traumatised children who are learning to hate others in that ill-fated country; Beginning a week of programmes, Nationwide celebrates the men of the Dublin Fusiliers, Connaught Rangers, Royal Munster Fusiliers ... (more)


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Sun Jul 27, 2014

Beer brewers get even more crafty in bid to change our drink habits

One of the first to offer public brewery tours was the Franciscan Well in Cork which operates from a premises with a history dating back 800 years.


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Leinster Express

Graigue remanded after big Garda operation

Three Graiguecullen men have been remanded in custody following garda raids on properties in counties Laois and Carlow last week.


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Donegal Today

COMMENT: We're losing the moral high ground

This is just a small section of what Pat McArt is writing about in his column: 'Pat's Patch' on Monday.


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Only by creating new parties can we get real change

The sense of things at the MacGill Summer School in Donegal this week was a resignation that politics in Ireland is never going to change.


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Limerick Today

UL group to take on highest mountains in Europe and Africa

EIGHT students and graduates of the University of Limerick will be climbing two of the highest mountains in Africa and Europe next week to potentially save the lives of other climbers in Ireland.


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Bellingham Herald

Sara Vaughn and Shawn Pittman

Sara Vaughn and Shawn Pittman were married on Friday, July 11, 2014 at the bride's home in Bellingham.


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Sat Jul 26, 2014

Wicklow war dead to be remembered

A World War I memorial park is nearing completion in Woodenbridge, Co Wicklow. Situated in a tranquil place on the bank of the Aughrim river, near the landmark A Woodenbridge Hotel, it is close to the spot where John Redmond in 1914 famously called on Irishmen to join the conflict.


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A quarter of all addicts are outside the capital

The spread of heroin abuse to provincial towns has meant that no county has escaped the ravages of the deadly drug.


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Garth Brooks Ups the Chicago Ante

Garth Brooks has added six more shows to his September run in the Windy City, making for a total of ten concerts at Allstate Arena, spread out between September 4-6 and September 11-14.


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Warning graphic content: Former farming leader jailed for "appalling" animal cruelty

These are some of the horrifying images of starving and dead animals on the land of one of the country's one-time farming leaders.


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Irish Republican News

Bodenstown address by Francie Mackey

Francie Mackey, Chairperson of the 32 County Sovereignty Movement, delivered the main address at the organisation's annual gathering at the grave of Wolfe Tone in Bodenstown recently.


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Fermanagh Today

Why Ireland will drive you wild

I rest on my kayak paddle and gaze at the horizon as a golden hue from the setting sun illuminates the pale waters at Killary fjord.


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Fri Jul 25, 2014

I'd quit States for Irish drama role - Caroline Morahan

It's almost five years since Caroline Morahan made the bold decision to relocate to America to pursue her dream of becoming an actress.


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'We've only 20 years to save Ireland from climate catastrophe'

ENVIRONMENTAL experts have warned that we have just 20 years to act over climate change or it will be too late.


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The Meath Chronicle

Riders wanted for Down Syndrome Tour de Leinster

Down Syndrome Ireland is calling on amateur cyclists from Meath to saddle up for the inaugural Tour de Leinster charity challenge.


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After Fire Destroyed Restaurant, This Owner Continued Paying Staff During 6-Month Rebuild

Bruce Kroll, who owns a Culver's restaurant in Platteville, Wisconsin, found himself in a tough spot when he discovered that his establishment had burned down last November, according to WKOW.


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South Wales Argus

Wwi Argus Archive: Four killed as troops fire on Dublin rioters

July 1914: Relatives of those shot at Bachelor's Walk in Dublin, by the King's Own Scottish Borderers, arrive at the mortuary to identify the bodies.


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Myrtle Beach Online

Country music's twang heard around the world

Country musician Brad Paisley's first tour of the United Kingdom in 2000 didn't leave him much to write home to West Virginia about.


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New York Daily News

'Star Wars: Episode VII' to film on island off Irish coast: report

Skellig Michael, a World Heritage site, will be used by director J.J. Abrams as a location in his 'Star Wars' film, according to a local Kerry County newspaper.


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