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‘Blown away’ by diecast display

People were “blown away” by the quality of miniature models on display at the second Clare Diecast and Model Show in the West County Hotel, Ennis on Sunday last.

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The anatomy of an ‘atrocity’

THAT violence was endemic to 19th Century Ireland will come as no surprise to readers of Patricia Byrne’s The Veiled Woman of Achill, which is published this month.

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First Studio Art PhD for college

Burren College of Art reached another milestone on Wednesday with the first conferring of a PhD in Studio Art by the National University of Ireland, Galway.

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60km walk for Bóthar

CO-FOUNDER of livestock aid agency Bóthar, Peter Ireton is preparing for his mammoth 60km ‘Siúl go dtí Seasca’ trek this Saturday.

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Casey to address business group

DESCRIBED by the Wall Street Journal as the woman who redefined inspiration, Caroline Casey, founder of Kanchi and the O2 Ability Awards, is making a rare appearance in the Mid-West Region on Wednesday, April 25 when she will address a business gathering at Dromoland Castle Hotel’s Brian Boru Hall at 6.30pm.

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Long political life of James Dillon

WITH over 125 years of public involvement, the Dillon family of Ballaghadereen were involved in every Irish political movement from Repeal of the Union with O’Connell to the start of the application to join the EEC.

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The week in pictures

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