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Gold Diggers @ Monroe’s

KANYE WEST’S ruminations on gold diggers has become part of the popular conscience, but the phrase is also the name of an Athenry folk quintet.

Poetry classes in GAC

THE POET Stephen Murray will hold poetry master classes for adults and children at the Galway Arts Centre this month.

Amicus Technology leads BIM public training in west

Long-established Galway-based computer-aided design software and training provider Amicus Technology is at the forefront of a revolution in the construction sector – building information modelling (BIM). By integrating all stakeholders in the project throughout its lifecycle, from concept to building maintenance, BIM radically changes the traditional building process. For example all Government contracts in the UK must use BIM from 2016 and it is already in place in USA, Australia, Denmark, and other countries.

Be the first to see Niko 2 - Little Brother Big Trouble

NIKO 2 - Little Brother Big Trouble, the family adventure film co-produced by Tidal Films in Galway, will receive a special preview screening this weekend.

Bring it all back with Smash Hits at Upstairs @ Halo

FANS OF the golden era of 90s dance, pop, and R’n’B are in for a treat as Smash Hits return to the stage at [email protected] on Friday August 24.

Thirty five new jobs as Spiddal Medical Device Company secures investment from Helix Medical

Cambus Teo, a Spiddal-based company, has secured investment from Helix Medical, a global manufacturer for the medical device and healthcare industries, which will create 35 jobs. Under the agreement, Helix Medical will provide expansion financing and acquire a 50 per cent share in the company.

New exhibition open at the Custom House

A new exhibition of works by American painter Jill Madden has opened at the Custom House Studios in Westport, and it will run until September 2.

Live gigs @ Halo

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HALO’S NEW upstairs venue will host two gigs over two nights this weekend with Big September tonight and Hot Fuss tomorrow.

An eventful week of shockwaves, Big Phil's return and wardrobe malfunction

Financially speaking, we may still be in the mire but in terms of diversionary goings-on at least, it has certainly been an eventful week. First off, the 60/40 yes vote in favour of the compact fiscal treaty (68 per cent result in Mayo) - the highest outside of Dublin), quickly killed off any talk of a government in crisis, with attention once more commandeered by the magical resurfacing of Big Phil ‘water charges’ Hogan.

Ham Sandwich to play Halo

HALO IS best known as a nightclub but tomorrow night it will launch Upstairs @ Halo, a new venture featuring live music gigs on a Thursday and Friday night.

 

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