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Cello, piano, and a bit of Beethoven

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HUNGARIAN CELLIST István Várdai, whose playing The New York Times praised for its “fluidity and virtuosity” and “a fleet-fingered lightness and a rich timbre” is coming to Galway.

NUI Galway agreement with Tsinghua University builds on long-standing tradition of exchange

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NUI Galway signed an agreement on Tuesday with Tsinghua University in China to collaborate on both education and research activities. The signing of the Memorandum of Understanding was witnessed by President of Ireland, Michael D. Higgins, and President of China, Xi Jinping, in The Great Hall of the People immediately prior to the State Banquet to mark the visit.

Galway WFC appoints former United manager O’Riordan

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Former Galway United manager Don O’Riordan is to take over the Galway women’s FC National League side.

Lexus unveils new NX crossover at Beijing show

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The all-new Lexus NX, a sharply styled mid-size premium crossover broke cover last week at the 2014 Beijing International Auto Show.

New Volkswagen Touareg SUV on the way

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The Touareg is one of the world’s most successful premium-class SUVs. Within one decade, Volkswagen sold around 720,000 units of the high-class sport utility vehicle; last year alone over 70,000 drivers chose a new Touareg, which combines the best of the passenger car and off-road worlds in one concept.

New Volkswagen Touareg SUV on the way

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The Touareg is one of the world's most successful premium-class SUVs.

Lexus unveils new NX crossover at Beijing show

The new Lexus NX, a sharply styled mid-size premium crossover, broke cover at the 2014 Beijing International Auto Show.

New Volkswagen Touareg SUV on the way

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The Touareg is one of the world's most successful premium-class SUVs.

Official opening for €1.6m athletics facility

The official opening of the state-of-the-art athletics track in Claremorris will be performed on Sunday by Minister of State for Tourism and Sport, Michael Ring.

Councillors deplore ‘mythical’ sale of refuse service

Despite the tendering process to privatise the household waste collection service being already at the half way stage, many city councillors are still calling on city manager Brendan McGrath to reconsider his controversial decision which they describe as a “mythical sale” and a further culling of the power of elected members.

 

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