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Munster, Ireland Newswire

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  1. It's a class act for teacher Ann-Marie Phelan as she's crowned...Read the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago |

    Winner of the Bollinger Best Dresed lady compettition Ann-Maire Phelan from Newbrdige who won a VIP trip for 2 to the Bollinger estate, REims & Paris at The Punchestown Irish National Hunt Festival in Punchestown, Kildare. Photo: Gareth Chaney Collins Winner of the Bollinger Best Dresed lady compettition Ann-Maire Phelan from Newbrdige who won a VIP trip for 2 to the Bollinger estate, REims & Paris at The Punchestown Irish National Hunt Festival in Punchestown, Kildare.


  2. Two new business innovation hubs for Co KerryRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago |

    Maeve Moriarty, Consulting; Minister for Jobs Enterprise and Innovation, Mary Mitchell-O'Connor; and Tom O'Leary Co-Founder, HQTralee, at the Launch of HQTralee Tralee and Dingle in Co Kerry have both seen the opening of business innovation hubs today, with one gigabit fibre broadband connections. HQTralee is already home to 18 local businesses, supporting 50 jobs, with this number expected to double in the next three months.


  3. This Weekend is the 2017 Rose of Tralee Selection WeekendRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | PR Log

    April 28, 2017 - PRLog -- The Rose of Tralee festival is an international competition which is celebrated among Irish Communities all over the world. The festival, held annually in the town of Tralee, in County Kerry, takes its inspiration from a nineteenth-century ballad of the same name about a woman called Mary, who because of her beauty was called The Rose of Tralee .


  4. 50 new jobs promised at Tralee engineering plantRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago |

    BorgWarner is investing 11.5 million at its existing plant at Monavalley in the town, with support from IDA Ireland and the Department of Jobs. is the website of Raidio Teilifis Eireann, Ireland's National Public Service Broadcaster.


  5. Capt. Denis Daly & Augustin DalyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Ocracoke Journal

    Few people today know the story of John Augustin Daly , but in his day he dominated American theater. In addition to being a playwright and critic, he was a prominent theater manager who founded Daly's Theatre in New York City in 1879.


  6. Flynn: Dublin can't afford to give top teams head startRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday |

    Paul Flynn admits that Dublin can't always rely on their trademark strong finish to get them over the line in the wake of their Allianz Football League final defeat to Kerry. That 0-20 to 1-16 loss , their first in league or championship in over two years, came after a scoreless third quarter left his side trailing by five points.


  7. Historic Beer Birthday: John TooheyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 26 | Brookston Beer Bulletin

    Today is the birthday of John Thomas Toohey . He and his brother James bought the Darling Brewery in Melbourne, Australia, and eventually it became known as Tooheys Brewery.


  8. Insurance director says inconsistent awards hurt marketRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 26 |

    A lack of consistency in the courts on personal injury awards is a "real problem" for the insurance industry, a Limerick-based insurance claims director has told a business gathering in Shannon. Addressing an event on the impact of liability claims on the insurance industry hosted by Shannon Chamber of Commerce, Willis Towers Watson claims director Niall O'Neill said that the widely differing awards given by judges "makes for an impossible way to do business".


  9. Meet the Candidates for the NY Rose of Tralee at a Night at the RacesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 25 | PR Log

    April 25, 2017 - PRLog -- Come Join the Lovely Ladies who are in the running for the NY Rose of Tralee at Empire City for a Night at the Races. The Night at the Races is at The Empire City on 810 Yonkers Avenue, Yonkers, NY, April 28, 2017 at 7:00.


  10. Mandatory notification of tradeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 25 |

    Skjalg Sylte Stavheim, Managing Director of Hexagon Ragasco and primary insider, has today bought 4,500 shares in Hexagon Composites ASA at the price of NOK 26.80 per share. This transaction is a mandated part of the Group's incentive scheme for the executive management.


  11. Marine life is rubbish at least in these picturesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 25 | New Scientist

    You have seen Copeopod langisticus before - but it didn't look quite like this. The faux-Linnaean title, along with the expired film stock and doctored camera on which the image was shot, serves to veil a common object: the plastic binding from a six-pack of beer.


  12. Tori Amos announces new album, Native InvaderRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 24 | WXPN-FM Philadelphia

    Iconic singer-songwriter Tori Amos has announced some mighty swell news today: she's got some new tunes coming your way. released on September 8th via Decca Records .


  13. Tori Amos announces new album 'Native Invader,' and tour datesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 24 | Brooklynvegan

    Tori Amos has announced her fifteenth album, Native Invader , the followup to 2014's Unrepentant Geraldines , which marked her return to pop music after a few classical-inspired endeavors. The new album comes out September 8 via Decca.


  14. Rose of Kings LangleyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 21 | Blacktown Sun

    Celebrating 58 years: Nominees are women aged 18- 28 who are unmarried, have Irish heritage and are doing great work in their community or career. Pictured is Sydney finalist Emily Gorry.


  15. 'This is not a proper person we should have entertaining here'Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 22 |

    Fifty years ago, Kerry clergy successfully blocked a planned appearance by racy actress Jayne Mansfield in Tralee. Damian Corless recalls a furore with a tragic postscript The past is a foreign country; they do things differently there.


  16. Irelanda s tribute to Choctaw Nation to be dedicated -Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 21 | Durant Daily Democrat

    The Choctaw and Irish cultures will come together June 18 for a long-awaited dedication of the Kindred Spirits sculpture in Midleton, County Cork, Ireland. Cork-based artist Alex Pentek was commissioned to create a sculpture commemorating a donation by the Choctaw people to Ireland during the Great Famine.


  17. Saracens set to take on Munster in a Lions-packed clashRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 21 | Daily Mail

    Warren Gatland will be watching through his fingers when Munster and Saracens go toe to toe in the Champions Cup semi-final in Dublin on Saturday. Eight of Gatland's Lions squad will feature in front of 51,000 at the Aviva Stadium - and he will be praying they come away unscathed.


  18. Morning BriefingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 21 | National Catholic Reporter

    With Drug Costs In Crosshairs, Health Firms Gave Generously To Trump's Inauguration Drugmaker Pfizer gave $1 million to help finance the inauguration, according to documents filed with the Federal Election Commission. Amgen, another pharmaceutical company, donated $500,000.


  19. Nonlinear waves in bounded mediaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 20 | EurekAlert!

    Waves are ubiquitous in nature, allowing us to see, hear and observe. Because of such pervasiveness, the need to study how waves work proves to be an important one Nonlinear Waves in Bounded Media concentrates on three common wave types that most people have some familiarity with: sound waves, water waves and elastic waves.


  20. "The Lost City of Z" is a throwback to old-school adventure epicsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 21 | Denver Post

    The old-school adventure epic is something of an endangered species. We no longer see explorers on the big screen, venturing into uncharted terrain where foreign dangers lurk, even though those stories are cinematic.