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Galway Choral Association and Limerick Choral Union, with assistance from St Nicholas’ Schola Cantorum, are presenting two major works in concert later this month, kindly supported by the Davy’s Western Office and in aid of Cancer Care West.
Shannon Airport has delivered on its pledge to achieve significant passenger growth in its second year as an independent entity, with end of year figures for 2014 showing a 17 per cent increase on 2013.
In the second part of the Galway Advertiser series on recruitment, in conjunction with our website www.classifieds.advertiser.ie, we are profiling the three recruitment specialists whose expertise we have sought for this feature and their key personnel make predictions about the 2015 jobs market.
In a new three part series, The Galway Advertiser in conjunction with our classifieds website classifieds.advertiser.ie is examining the current state of the jobs market in the region. We spoke to experts from three well known recruitment companies which operate offices in the city; Collins McNicholas, Cpl, and HAYS. In this week’s feature, we assess the year gone by, while next week the recruiters make their predictions for 2015 and in the final part of the series, there will be advice and tips on how to land your dream job.
Time to peer into that crystal ball again. No, not the one in the Treasure Chest window. Here’s a taste of what we can expect in the year ahead.
John F Kennedy might have said that on a clear day you can see Boston, but from tomorrow evening, we're nearer Berlin than Boston. Just when you're thinking where has the year gone since you sank your teeth into your last kangaroo burger, the Galway Continental Not So German But Full of Foreign Crusty Types Anyway Incontinence Christmas Market is upon us yet again.
Shannon Airport’s strong momentum across 2014 has continued into the final month of the autumn, with passenger numbers for October showing a 28 per cent increase on the same period twelve months ago.
THE AMAZING Apples, the Galway folk-rock/Americana band, whose profile has been on a serious ascent over the past few months, play the Róisín Dubh this Saturday at 9pm.
Galway Diary received the following statement from Adrian Martyn (great-great-great grandnephew of Peter Doherty, senior), who was shot dead at Carrigan, near Craughwell village on the night of November 2 1881. I am pleased to carry Adrian’s clarification:
Aoife Mannion and Ruth Gallagher from Our Lady’s Bower, Athlone took Boston by storm last weekend with their Junk Kouture designs Recircuitable and Pine-A-Coladas. Their dresses were two of eight designs chosen to represent Junk Kouture stateside at the iFest festival - a unique and exhilarating celebration festival of Irish culture, heritage, hospitality, and entertainment held in the Seaport World Trade Centre.