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Midlands Simon Community is asking people to show their solidarity for those experiencing homelessness in the Midlands by joining Team Midlands Simon this year for a sporting event or challenge. Whether it’s a triathlon or an egg and spoon race, Team Midlands Simon needs you to take the challenge and help end homelessness through sport.
Irish consumers are saying ‘no’ to expensive mobile phone insurance and are switching to standalone gadget insurance.
A 38-year-old man accused of embarking on a tresspass and thieving spree at University Hospital Galway over a four-month period and making off with booty worth nearly €2,000 has been remanded on continuing bail.
THREE NEW exhibitions open in Galway city this weekend - solo exhibitions by Jennie Moran and Una Howley, and a group exhibition at the Space Invaders Art Gallery.
Where can you pay €3 for a main course with all the trimmings?
Galway novelist Julian Gough has scripted the ending for the multi-million selling computer game Minecraft, which was recently launched in Las Vegas.
This weekend Freshford hosts the Irish Conker Championships 2011, with a three-day long programme of family-focused outdoor and indoor events.
Castlebar band Strayed who have been gigging hard over the summer have recently released their debut single ‘Things You Like To Do’ and it is now available to download on iTunes. The local lads will be celebrating this release with a a gig at Late at Live Choice in the Royal Theatre, Castlebar, this Saturday night. So why not stop by and see what Strayed have to offer. You can download the single from itunes.apple.com/ie/album/things-you-like-to-do-single/id461036907
OVER THE past two weeks anyone strolling through Galway’s Latin Quarter may have noticed the windows of a number of the area’s shops graced by artworks from members of the Space Invaders gallery.
GALWAY CHILDREN can look forward to being among the first in Ireland to see Cars 2 which is among the Disney films being shown at this year’s Galway Film Fleadh.