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What we love about Moyross

Last Friday, ‘Changing Ireland’ sent out two students Ella and Caoimhe, who are on placement with us, to ask one questions: “What do you love about Moyross?” In less than half an hour they returned with five short and cheery interviews, all with women as it happens.

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UKRAINIANS IN IRELAND – Halyna (90) and Svitlana (66) on fleeing a second war

The Irish don’t forget their history. That’s the impression I got when I came to Ireland and found out more about her. It is very important to remember your history. It will help to prevent future tragedies that happened in the past. I found out there were extremely sad pages in Irish history such as famines. So I decided to tell you the story of Ukrainian mother and daughter Halyna (90) and Svitlana (66). I think many readers here in Ireland can relate to what they’ve told me. Halyna and Svitlana remember well the times of great upheavals in their Homeland.

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Cavan ready for major international rural dev’t conference

Cavan tonight began to welcome 400 people from as far away as Canada, Korea, Latvia and Columbia for an international gathering of rural development workers, policy makers, academics and ministers and their officials. They are in town to attend a major conference titled ‘Building Sustainable, Resilient and Thriving Rural Places’.

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UKRAINIANS IN IRELAND – Halyna (90) and Svitlana (66) on fleeing a second war

The Irish don’t forget their history. That’s the impression I got when I came to Ireland and found out more about her. It is very important to remember your history. It will help to prevent future tragedies that happened in the past. I found out there were extremely sad pages in Irish history such as famines. So I decided to tell you the story of Ukrainian mother and daughter Halyna (90) and Svitlana (66). I think many readers here in Ireland can relate to what they’ve told me. Halyna and Svitlana remember well the times of great upheavals in their Homeland.