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Age is really about attitude – says Peter Ireton on completing the mammoth ‘SIÚL GO DTÍ SEASCA’ walk in aid of Rwandan projectsCo -founder of aid agency Bóthar had no sooner completed a mammoth 60km walk to mark his 60th birthday in under 11 hours at the weekend than he declared he is ready to do it all over again. Peter Ireton admitted to being ‘utterly exhausted’ after completing his mammoth ‘SIÚL GO DTÍ SEASCA’ along the River Shannon system from Limerick to Killaloe on Saturday but said he considering taking the walk nationwide. 
Pictured is Peter and his fellow walkers crossing the finish line on the University of Limericks Living Bridge.Pic Arthur Ellis.

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 Senior Category Winners - 1st Ace Devices (St Caimins Shannon) Cormac Kelly, Cian Hogan, Aoibhe Frazer, Evan Quigley and Cian McInerney pictured at the Award Ceremony in The Treacys West County Hotel Ennis on Thursday.Pic Arthur Ellis.
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 NO REPRO FEE301114Fianna Fáil Leader Micheál Martin speaking at the party’s annual Éamon DeValera commemoration in Ennis,County Clare today.Pic Arthur Ellis.
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A Co. Clare mother has turned her very own solution to her son's dyslexia into a fun online game that is set to help thousands of children in the same situation. Writer and script editor, Linda O'Sullivan, from Quin, Co. Clare, took matters into her own hands when she discovered her then 10 year old son Oisín was struggling with reading by devising a web-based game based on the ancient Irish myth of Grainuaile that would help treat the problem. Now, just over a year later and after winning picking up a start-up business award from Limerick Institute of Technology worth €80,000 earlier this year, the fun-based e-learning game has been launched for the Christmas market. The game is available on a free 7-day trial on www.readingbridges.com and one of its key advantages is that it gives parents/teachers access to progress reports from their child’s use of the game. 
Pictured is Linda O'Sullivan and her 14 year old son Oisin Mac Criostail on the grounds of Quin Abbey in Quin Co Clare.Pic Arthur Ellis.
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French apprentice chefs cook up a storm at Shannon College
A group of French apprentice chefs arrived in Shannon this week to begin a seven day study trip exploring the culinary culture of the West of Ireland. The 12 visiting apprentice chefs from Centre de Formation d’Apprentis located in Bourges will be immersed in West of Ireland culinary culture by visiting Irish food producers, cooking with Irish chefs and tasting local artisan food. The French culinary trip is just one of many regional food celebrations taking place this weekend all along the west coast. The Atlantic Way Féasta Bia, celebrating the richness and variety of artisan food in the Atlantic Way Region, will include festivities stretching from Kerry to Mayo. 
Pictured are French Apprentice Chefs L-R Fabrice Languillat, Emilie Pinaud and Dimitri Chabanc preparing "Tuile" for a Gala Dinner at Shannon College of Hotel Management to representatives from local restaurants, businesses and college faculty.
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Genworth Gala Dinner and Sales Excellence Awards, Dromoland Castle Co Clare.Pic Arthur Ellis. 
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Genworth Gala Dinner and Sales Excellence Awards, Dromoland Castle Co Clare.Pic Arthur Ellis. 
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Genworth Gala Dinner and Sales Excellence Awards, Dromoland Castle Co Clare.Pic Arthur Ellis. 
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John Conroy, Fitness4Fun, Ennis Co Clare, goes for an early morning 5k run through the trees of Lees Road Ennis on Saturday.Pic Arthur Ellis.
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 290115 A mare and foal enjoy the last rays of a setting winter sun near the village of Feakle in East Clare.Pic Arthur Ellis. 
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Ireland's newest music festival announced

- INIS Fest to take place in Ennis Co Clare on Jun 26th, 27th & 28th

A top class line-up of Irish acts has been confirmed for INIS Fest, a music festival taking 

place in Ennis, County Clare, from June 26-28th 2015.

Organised by Impresario Events, the inaugural event features Damien Dempsey, 

Delorentos, Nathan Carter, The Kilfenora Céilí Band, Hermitage Green, Frankie Gavin 

and De Dannan, Finbar Furey and more acts to be announced.

The three-day festival will see Active Ennis Tim Smythe Park being transformed into a world-
class venue with a 3000-person capacity big top tent and an entertainment and leisure area 

featuring a Ferris wheel and food/drink stalls.
Pictured on Harmony Bridge Ennis from left are event organisers John McCarthy, Darren Purtill, Declan O'Grady and Carmen Cronin with Mayor of Ennis Johnny Flynn.Pic Arthur Ellis
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Bobby McVeigh, Pat Shanahan, Cathal Tyther.Pic Arthur Ellis.
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L-R Clare FM DJ Ross O'Donoghue this morning joined Model Lisa Nolan, Caroline Twohig, from TV3s FYI and Stephen Byrne, from RTE's The Juice to take part in the drinkaware.ie " Reclaim Your Challenge Weekend" in Lahinch Co Clare. Over the weekend the group have completed four outdoor advcenture activities, across four counties, with local DJ's from each county joining the challenge at different stages. This morning the group tried their hand at surfing with Bens Surf School lahinch.
Last week drinkaware.ie launched ‘Reclaim Your Weekend’ a campaign which focuses on our style of drinking in Ireland. We’re drinking 20% less overall compared with a decade ago and we’re drinking less often, but when we drink, we drink too much and too fast. ‘ReclaimYourWeekend.ie’ has been created as a practical application to encourage and motivate people to pace their drinking on a Friday or Saturday night and in return enjoy doing something with friends or family the following day rather than doing nothing but nursing a hangover. ReclaimYourWeekend.ie offers information on things to do and places to go that cost nothing at all, as well as exclusive, attractively priced deals on events and activities across Ireland. ReclaimYourWeekend.ie also offers links to handy hints and tips on how to pace your drinking.

Pic Arthur Ellis.
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Clare FM DJ Ross O'Donoghue this morning joined Model Lisa Nolan, Caroline Twohig, from TV3s FYI and Stephen Byrne, from RTE's The Juice to take part in the drinkaware.ie " Reclaim Your Challenge Weekend" in Lahinch Co Clare. Over the weekend the group have completed four outdoor advcenture activities, across four counties, with local DJ's from each county joining the challenge at different stages. This morning the group tried their hand at surfing with Bens Surf School lahinch. Pictured is Model Lisa Nolan checking out the surf on Lahinch Beach.
Last week drinkaware.ie launched ‘Reclaim Your Weekend’ a campaign which focuses on our style of drinking in Ireland. We’re drinking 20% less overall compared with a decade ago and we’re drinking less often, but when we drink, we drink too much and too fast. ‘ReclaimYourWeekend.ie’ has been created as a practical application to encourage and motivate people to pace their drinking on a Friday or Saturday night and in return enjoy doing something with friends or family the following day rather than doing nothing but nursing a hangover. ReclaimYourWeekend.ie offers information on things to do and places to go that cost nothing at all, as well as exclusive, attractively priced deals on events and activities across Ireland. ReclaimYourWeekend.ie also offers links to handy hints and tips on how to pace your drinking.

Pic Arthur Ellis.
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Graduates Megan Hanley, Ballina Tipperary and Karolina Ostrowska, Nenagh Tipperary, celebrate graduating at the Shannon College of Hotel Management in Shannon Co Clare on Thursday.Pic Arthur Ellis.
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Graduates Emer Touhy, Monkstown Cork, Caoimhe Greene, Ballyvaughan Co Clare and Emma Fagan, Sandymount Dublin, celebrate graduating at the Shannon College of Hotel Management in Shannon Co Clare on Thursday.Pic Arthur Ellis.
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Tipperary girls Julie Irwin and Margaret-Mary McGrath from Clonmel pictured after their Graduation Ceremony at Shannon College of Hotel Management in Shannon Co Clare.Pic Arthur Ellis.

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