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Call on City Council to survey trees at risk of falling

A call for a full inspection of all mature trees located in public areas throughout the city, to ensure they pose no threat to...

Joe – a man more sinned against than sinning?

Bradley Bytes, a sort of political column by Dara Bradley Joe Loughnane, the People Before Profit local election candidate, is a lay member of the...

Norwegian skier who jumped at chance to represent Ireland

Talking Sport with Stephen Glennon Cross-country skier Thomas Hjalmar Maloney Westgard may have grown up a Norwegian, but the Winter Olympian, whose mother hails from...

President Higgins sees the wood from the trees

A book inspired by trees from the ground of Áras an Uachtaráin that became the raw material for students at GMIT’S Letterfrack Furniture College,...

Connacht hold on to end a 58-year wait for a win...

Ulster 15 Connacht 22 It wasn’t meant to happen like this. The last 20 minutes were anti-climatic in the extreme, Connacht might have been making history...

Connacht looking to build both on and off the pitch

Connacht will look to sustain their recent fine form – including a first win over Ulster in 58 years last weekend – when they...


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