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Posted on 27 February 2018 | 9:38 pm
  Rahin Wood Murder Trial To Start Next Year -
Midlands103Rahin Wood Murder Trial To Start Next YearMidlands103Share. Pin. Share. A man will go on trial next year accused of the murder of Philip Finnegan on the Kildare-Offaly border. The body of the 24 year old Dubliner was found in woodland near Edenderry after he had been missing for around a month. Thirty ...
Posted on 26 February 2018 | 7:46 am
  Date set for Stephen Penrose trial -
Leinster LeaderDate set for Stephen Penrose trialLeinster LeaderDate set for Stephen Penrose trial. The case was sent forward from the Central Criminal Court. A date has been set for the trial of a 35-year-old man charged with a murder that allegedly took place in Kildare of a fellow Dublin man. Stephen Penrose of ...
Posted on 26 February 2018 | 5:03 am
  Deaths in Leitrim - Monday, February 26,
Leitrim ObserverDeaths in Leitrim - Monday, February 26, 2018Leitrim ObserverSadly missed by his son Patrick, daughters Philomena, Patricia and Anna, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, sister Martha (U.S.A.), sons in law, daughter in law, family and friends. Reposing at his residence on Monday evening, arriving at Ballinafad ...
Posted on 26 February 2018 | 1:22 am
  Church services - The Irish Times - Irish
Church services - The Irish TimesIrish TimesCATHEDRALS. Christ Church Cathedral, Waterford Sunday 25th February. Second Sunday in Lent. 8am Holy Communion. 10.00am Holy Communion. Celebrant Rev'd Dr. Christine O'D Smyth. Communion setting: Eric Sweeney. Hymns 323, 492 (2nd tune) 418 (2nd tune ...and more »
Posted on 23 February 2018 | 9:01 pm
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  George Cole: ‘the most liked man in our
The mourners included Cole’s widow Penny and children Tara and Toby as well as actors Patrick Malahide, who also appeared in Minder, and Simon Williams with his wife Lucy Fleming, who live in Nettlebed. Cole, who lived near Stoke Row, died on Wednesday ...
Posted on 23 August 2015 | 8:38 pm
  Actor who specialised in cockney wideboys
Cole’s character, an ambitious but feckless small-time crook, spent each episode dreaming up another get-rich-quick scheme while avoiding the attentions of the police — in the form of Patrick Malahide’s Mr Chisholm — and the never seen but often ...
Posted on 14 August 2015 | 11:00 am
  TV series Indian Summers is all the raj in
It was once the home of the governor of Penang but on our telly screens we see the viceroy, Lord Willingdon (Patrick Malahide), resplendent in the gardens and driveway complete with pith helmet and Rolls-Royce Phantom. The historic core of George Town ...
Posted on 14 August 2015 | 12:22 am
  A fitting tribute to a much loved rogue:
Cole's character, an ambitious but feckless small-time crook, spent each episode dreaming up another get-rich-quick scheme while avoiding the attentions of the police - in the form of Patrick Malahide's Mr Chisholm - and the never seen but often mentioned ...
Posted on 13 August 2015 | 2:57 am
  George Cole laid to rest
Personally I would rather be doing Hamlet with no rehearsals than this." Cole's coffin was carried into the church as the theme song from Minder, sung by Waterman, was played, and other guests included veteran actors Patrick Malahide and Simon Williams.
Posted on 12 August 2015 | 10:00 am
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  danforthfrance: Just thinking about the
danforthfrance: Just thinking about the actor Patrick Malahide. https://t.co/vtVUZL52tq
Posted on 8 March 2018 | 6:34 am
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  Resolved Question: What itinerary should I
I've finally come down to the wire with regards to tweaking my itinerary and I was wondering if you could look at how I had it laid out and see if you had any suggestions to make this a relaxing trip and not so much a "seeing Ireland from the car window" kind of trip. If possible I'd also like suggestions as to whether the number of nights we decided to spend in each area are plausible. (If you don't want to read everything then you can scroll down towards the bottom to see the 3 possible itineraries I'm looking for feedback on :0 ) We will be in Ireland from March 11-March 19th after having spent 2 nights prior to arrival in London. The purpose of our trip is to celebrate our one year wedding anniversary and celebrate St. Patrick's Day (when we met) in the country responsible for its origination. Some things that we still aren't sure about would be where to try and spend St. Patrick's Day. Originally we were flying in and out of Dublin. However, after reading forums about Dublin on St. Patrick's we had second thoughts and changed our flights and now we are flying into Dublin from London, and flying out of Shannon to return to the states. I know that I can't see it all, especially with having only 8 nights and leaving early on the 9th day. My list of things I'd like to see is pretty long in my opinion, so I know there's things I'll have to save for my next trip. We're a couple in our early 30's. My husband is in the military and really into the history channel and is a member of a beer around the world club here in the states. We both enjoy the outdoors, being in the country, and being in small settings. Things that my husband wants to see: Northern Ireland War Memorial, Glenariff Forest Park, Dunluce Castle, Mussenden Temple & Downhill Estate, Titanic Exhibit, Giants Causeway, Bushmills Distillery (and any other distilleries besides Guinness), Dark Hedges, John Wayne's filming sight of The Quiet Man, Newgrange, the site of the Battle of the Boyne, and Kilmainham Gaol. I'm fine with anything. I like breathtaking scenic views and castles, which coincidently is everywhere in Ireland. I think the only things I really wanted to see was Lough Tay, King John's Castle, and Adare Manor, but if I didn't get to see them I wasn't going to be upset. I just want to get hotels booked and I can acclimate to anything an area has to offer. These are three itineraries that I was thinking of seeing if I could get feedback on: ________________________________________________________________________________ Option 1: 2 nights in Belfast, 2 nights in Derry, 1 night in Donegal, 2 nights in Galway(spend St. Patrick's Day in Galway??), 1 night in Shannon before departing for home the next morning. Option 2: 1 night in Dublin, 1 or 2 nights in Belfast, 1 or 2 nights in Portrush (If we decide to spend only one night in Belfast, then we will spend 2 nights in Portrush), 1 night in Donegal, 1 night in Westport, Clifden for St. Patrick's Day, and then down past the Cliffs with our last night near Shannon. Option 3: After our arrival in Dublin, drive directly to Belfast for 2 nights. 2 nights in Malahide (stopping along the way at Newgrange). Depart Malahide to spend 1 night in Kilkenny, 2 nights in Limerick, and 1 night in Shannon before departing for home the next morning.
Posted on 16 January 2014 | 6:44 am
  Resolved Question: Fanciest restaurant in
Preferably a Mitchelin Star, in the city or on the southside. Looking for a really upper-class vibe.
Posted on 12 February 2012 | 8:23 am
  Resolved Question: One day trip from Dublin,
My wife and I are visiting Dublin from Boston in March and I want to take a day trip from Dublin. Primarily it will be drinking at the pubs and having a good time in Dublin. I want to take a nice day scenic trip and rent a car somewhere or after a train etc. If you had only one day to do some historic nice day trip where would you go? Thanks all.
Posted on 27 January 2012 | 11:59 pm
  Resolved Question: Movie made in the 90's
Movie made in the 90's where a woman is trying to buy a slave, but a gentleman keeps trying to outbid her. He then tries to tell her that he will buy the slave for her. She refuses and puts a knife to his back and closes the bid. (she is trying to rescue him). Later is seems there is a carriage chase and the admiral of the fleet orders them to shoot the carriage, but they get away. I was like 10 when I saw it and that is the only part I saw. Hopefully you can answer it with so little info. The movie is actually set in like the 1800's. Hope it makes more sense now haha
Posted on 1 November 2011 | 1:59 pm
  Resolved Question: Is Nick Hytners Hamlet
I saw the Hamlet Nickolas Hytner directed for the national thetare, with Rory Kinnear as hamlet, with a supporting cast of Ruth negga, Patrick Malahide, Clare Higgins and David Calder. It was filmed for the screening of NT LIVE on 9th December 2010 and I was wondering if it would come out on DVD?
Posted on 21 April 2011 | 5:51 am



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