Connacht, Ireland Newswire (Page 3)

Connacht, Ireland Newswire (Page 3)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Connacht, Ireland. (Page 3)

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  1. New music acts announced for Electric PicnicRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 2 | Leinster Express

    This September, Other Voices will return to the heart of Electric Picnic's woodland area for three days of music. In keeping with the ethos of Other Voices, festival-goers can expect memorable, intimate, engaging performances from Irish and international artists.

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  2. Sligo Rovers replace Bray in IRN-BRU CupRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 1 | RTE.ie

    Sligo Rovers have taken up an invitation to participate in the IRN-BRU Cup for a second successive season, replacing Bray Wanderers. Bray were removed from the competition as a punishment from the FAI, after they failed to pay their players on time.

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  3. VIDEO: Lough Ree RNLI rescue a cow stuck in the mud south of AthloneRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 1 | Independent.ie

    When they arrived on scene the RNLI crew met with the farmers who were there to discuss what assistance they could provide to free the cow who was up to her shoulders in the mud. Two of the lifeboat crew members entered the water and got a rope around the cow's neck to gently encourage the cow towards the shore in the hope that she could free herself.

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  4. 115,000 country homes lose out on broadband as companies splitRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 31 | Independent.ie

    More than 100,000 rural homes are to be the first casualties in the break-up of the consortium which had planned to supply high-speed broadband to nine towns across Ireland. More than 100,000 rural homes are to be the first casualties in the break-up of the consortium which had planned to supply high-speed broadband to nine towns across Ireland.

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  5. Land boom in Leinster but sales slump in westRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 31 | Independent.ie

    Land prices have increased by 8pc nationally in the first six months of the year on the back of increased activity by dairy farmers and stud farm owners. Land prices have increased by 8pc nationally in the first six months of the year on the back of increased activity by dairy farmers and stud farm owners.

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  6. Six Proposals Receive Seed Funds to Develop Medical Devices for ChildrenRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 31 | Newswise

    Philadelphia Pediatric Medical Consortium, based at CHOP, supports projects addressing cystic fibrosis, urinary flow disorders, kidney reflux, brain injury, skeletal defects and vision impairment --Philadelphia Pediatric Medical Device Consortium, Based at CHOP, supports projects addressing cystic fibrosis, urinary flow disorders, kidney reflux, brain injury, skeletal defects and vision impairment-- Newswise - Philadelphia, July 31, 2018 The Philadelphia Pediatric Medical Device Consortium has announced its latest round of seed grants to companies developing medical devices for children. The Consortium chose six companies from among 10 finalists in a competition to receive seed grants of up to $50,000.

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  7. Galway Races start with glamorous spectatorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 30 | Daily Mail

    Galway girls! Glamorous racegoers don flirty frocks and VERY quirky hats as they kick off the week-long festival in style Tens of thousands of spectators are expected to take in the action at the racecourse over the coming week Glamorous racegoers put on a dazzling display in flirty frocks as they turned out in force for the first day of the Galway Races Summer Festival on Monday. Women looked ready for summer in a vibrant array of brightly-coloured dresses as they arrived at Galway Racecourse, County Galway, Ireland, for the start of the week-long meet.

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  8. Cattle blamed as swimming banned at popular Sligo beachRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 30 | Independent.ie

    Sligo county council recently issued a temporary 'ban' on bathing for Mullaghmore beach due to the presence of harmful bacteria in the water. Sligo county council recently issued a temporary 'ban' on bathing for Mullaghmore beach due to the presence of harmful bacteria in the water.

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  9. Hospital apologises over death of woman in 2012Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 30 | RTE.ie

    The Midland Regional Hospital in Mullingar has apologised in the High Court for the failings in the care of a 59-year-old woman who died in the hospital six years ago. Angela Farrell, from Athlone in Co Westmeath, died three days after being admitted to the hospital on Friday 7 December 2012 with severe abdominal pain and vomiting.

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  10. Abbott to create 500 jobs in DonegalRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 24 | Business World

    Abbott in Donegal announced this week that it is to expand its existing manufacturing facility which will result in the creation of approximately 500 new jobs over the next number of years. Abbott is a global healthcare company devoted to improving life through the development of products and technologies that span the breadth of healthcare.

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  11. Pro 14 Champions Leinster open with trip to CardiffRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 24 | RTE.ie

    The Guinness Pro14 fixtures for the new season have been unveiled, with defending champions Leinster heading to Cardiff in their first outing. That clash with the Cardiff Blues will take place at the end of August before another trip to Wales for a Round 2 tie against Scarlets.

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  12. Discount retailer adding 200 jobs in AthloneRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 22 | RTE.ie

    It said it intended to take on 80 staff members before Christmas and 120 more in the following two years. It also plans to add to existing warehouses in Ballina, Blanchardstown and Tipperary and increase its number of stores to 60. RTE.ie is the website of Raidio Teilifis Eireann, Ireland's National Public Service Broadcaster.

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  13. Peek inside this very modern take on a converted schoolhouse in Roscommon - for a 250kRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 21 | Independent.ie

    In Moone Boy, Chris O'Dowd's semi-autobiographical sitcom about growing up in the Co Roscommon town of Boyle in the 1980s, the 12-year-old protagonist Martin mourns his last day of primary school. In Moone Boy, Chris O'Dowd's semi-autobiographical sitcom about growing up in the Co Roscommon town of Boyle in the 1980s, the 12-year-old protagonist Martin mourns his last day of primary school.

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  14. BWW Review: Upholstering and Redecorating The FURNITURERead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 20 | BroadwayWorld.com

    "Furniture is not sentimental," offers George, despairing at his difficulty to bequeath his beloved chaise longue to a willing beneficiary, near the close of Sonya Kelly's scintillating new play Furniture . "You can love it, but it won't remember who you are."

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  15. Sligo criticise postponement in 11-week fixture gapRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 20 | RTE.ie

    Sligo Rovers have released a statement criticising the decision to postpone their weekend game with Dundalk which will make it 11 weeks without a home league match for the club. The match has been postponed by the FAI to allow Dundalk a week to prepare for their home match with AEK Larnaca in the Europa League next Thursday.

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  16. Darkly compelling The Beauty Queen of Leenane hits its full, horrific stride in Act 2Read the original story w/Photo

    Jul 19, 2018 | The Georgia Straight

    Written by Martin McDonagh. Directed by Kathleen Duborg. An Ensemble Theatre Company production.

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  17. Specialist cladding inspectors have been brought in to investigate...Read the original story w/Photo

    Jul 19, 2018 | Independent.ie

    Specialist cladding inspectors have been brought in to investigate five HSE run high-rise hospitals in the wake of Grenfell fire disaster Specialist cladding inspectors have been brought in to investigate five HSE run high-rise hospitals in the wake of Grenfell fire disaster. Specialist cladding inspectors have been brought in to investigate five HSE run high-rise hospitals in the wake of Grenfell fire disaster.

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  18. Muldoon's Picnic, Wildflowers, and More Make Up Irish Arts Center's Fall SeasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 18, 2018 | BroadwayWorld.com

    Irish Arts Center announces its eclectic Fall 2018 lineup, offering audiences a characteristically panoramic view of the best of what's happening in Irish Arts. With its wide range of musical, theatrical, dance, literary, visual arts, interdisciplinary, and educational events, the season exemplifies Irish Arts Center 's unwavering drive to present a panoply of ideas, approaches and perspectives; its eye for innovative and eye-opening work; and its consistent fostering of collaborations between luminaries from diverse backgrounds and artistic practices.

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  19. BWW Review: Searching for Sanctuary in SHELTERRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 18, 2018 | BroadwayWorld.com

    Fus, the protagonist of Shelter , is the grandson of a veteran of the 1916 Rising - the action around which O'Casey's The Plough and the Stars pivots. But where O'Casey's primary focus was nationalism, socialism, and religion, Kehoe tackles contemporary issues of drug abuse, immigration, and homelessness.

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  20. Constance Markievicz: A revolutionary Irish woman history forgotRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 18, 2018 | Al Jazeera

    Constance Markievicz, pictured left, refused her seat in parliament because she refused to swear allegiance to the crown [Independent News And Media/Getty Images/Getty Images] "I do wish your lot had the decency to shoot me," Irish rebel Constance Markievicz told her British captors, when informed that they had commuted her death sentence. Jailed for her role in the 1916 Easter Rising that marked the beginning of the end of British rule in what is now the Republic of Ireland, Markievicz was the only woman sentenced to face a firing squad - and was spared only because of her gender.

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