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Long Run and Great, if unexpected, PB on the Quay !


I strained my hamstring, sprinting to do the final interval session last Tuesday night, which resulted in me having to change my plans. I reckoned that I could still run, as long as I didn’t push it too much, and ran a 10k tempo run on Thursday with the southside runners meetup group. 942 more words

Ian Goudie

Honorary Life Membership to the legendary Ryan Tubridy

The Captain of the Connemara Golf Club Brian Hughes will be presenting honorary life membership to the legendary Ryan Tubridy on Sunday 23rd August.  Ryan, in 2012, was granted the Freedom of Connemara to celebrate the Bicentenary of Clifden. 133 more words

CRAICing News

Plenty of parking for a waterfront casino in Trenton, Hughes says

TRENTON — Mercer County Executive Brian Hughes says he supports a regional initiative by Central Jersey lawmakers to get a casino in their districts — and offered to host it in his own county. 679 more words

Steve Sweeney

Mercer Dems convention: FOP protests against Sheriff outside, placidity reigns inside

HAMILTON TOWNSHIP – The only surprise the members of the Mercer County Democratic Committee experienced on the night of their convention was from approximately 40 protesters from the state Fraternal Order of Police (FOP). 521 more words

Recent Demographic Growth in Ireland: Implications for future Spatial Planning and Housing Provision

Extended precis (PDF of full paper)

The publication of the Department of the Environment, Community and Local Government’s ‘non-statutory’ Planning Policy Statement (PPS) in January 2015, heralds the prospect of the replacement of the National Spatial Strategy (2002-2020) with a National Planning Framework (NPF). 929 more words


Our Boy to be Our Winner

2.35 Carlise – Our Boy Ben 12/1 BOG

Only having his 2nd run after a break, was never put into the race on his seasonal debut. 47 more words

Horse Racing

Presenting a united front, Mercer County Dems name Muoio to be Watson Coleman's successor in LD15

WEST WINDSOR — Insofar as there was ever any question — or, worse, controversy — over who would replace newly-minted U.S. Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman (D-12) in the 15th legislative district, Mercer County Democrats put the issue finally and unmistakably to rest this morning, presenting the picture of a particularly united political force when they unanimously elected committee chairwoman Liz Muoio to serve as successor to New Jersey’s first African American congresswoman. 1,383 more words