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To think of Christmas is to think of shepherds and lambs, an ox and an ass, angels and a star, kings from the East with their rich gifts, wicked King Herod, and the providential escape to Egypt of the Holy Family. But most of all it is to think of a mother and her child.
Whether you are roasting the turkey, making the dessert, or simply preparing some festive nibbles to have in front of the fire, Iceland Ireland is taking the stress out of the kitchen this year. Iceland’s head chef, Dave Lennox, has created a wide array of delicious festive recipes so shoppers will be spoilt for choice this Christmas and New Year. Iceland Ireland’s 27 stores nationwide are packed with hundreds of Irish brands, festive treats, and everything needed for an amazing Christmas dinner.
FOR MORE than 150 years, the stories of Danish writer Hans Christian Andersen have delighted, inspired, and enthralled children, and some of his greatest stories will be coming to a stage and screen near you.
The world renowned Glasson Golf Course, famously designed by Christy O’Connor Jnr, is undergoing a major redevelopment as part of an overall transformation of the 175 acre resort and hotel.
“SHE’S SOME woman for one woman” is a phrase that can very easily be applied to Macnas artistic director Noeline Kavanagh, who also embodies that old adage, “The show must go on.”
RHIANNON GIDDENS, one of the most significant forces in contemporary American folk and traditional music, will be among those appearing in Galway Early Music Festival's Drive The Cold Winter Away event.
Following a Grade One victory at Down Royal this month, The Storyteller could now head to Kempton on St Stephen’s Day and run in the prestigious King George VI Chase.
Galway writer Tom Gilmore, who is fast building a reputation as the biographer of top music stars has added another to his literary stable with his new book King of the Swingers, the official biography of the great Paddy Cole.
The next General Election is an eternity away, or is it? As things stand today, Insider believes it is at least a couple of years away, maybe more.
Sinn Féin’s declaration of an Irish Republic on January 21 1919, along with the killing of two RIC officers in Tipperary by the IRA on the same day, signalled the start of a guerrilla war for Irish independence.