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Households spending money on TV channels they never watch

Irish paid TV customers have an average of 155 channels, but 65 per cent watch less than a quarter of what they pay for.

Tuar Ard Film Club presents award winning ‘Things to Come’

Tuar Ard Film Club, Moate, brings you Things to Come, screening on Tuesday, March 14 at 8pm. Tickets cost €5.

Lovely four bed in Sceilg Ard

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John Quinn is currently offering No 97 Sceilg Ard, Headford Road, a four bedroom semidetached residence situated at the top of the estate.

All aboard the #Mojotrain as RTÉ Mojocon heads to Galway

After two successful years in Dublin, RTÉ Mojocon is heading to Galway city. From Thursday 4th – Saturday 6th May, the leading international conference on mobile journalism, mobile content creation, mobile photography and new technology will be taking up residence in the Radisson Blu Hotel, Galway.

All aboard the #Mojotrain as RTÉ Mojocon heads to Galway

After two successful years in Dublin, RTÉ Mojocon is heading to Galway city. From Thursday 4th – Saturday 6th May, the leading international conference on mobile journalism, mobile content creation, mobile photography and new technology will be taking up residence in the Radisson Blu Hotel, Galway.

CRCFM awarded new licence by BAI

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Community Radio Castlebar FM (CRCFM) has been awarded a licence by the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI) for a community sound broadcasting service for Castlebar and its environs for a ten year period running from this year until 2027

Modern Moate home is ready to live in

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Property: Ard an Locha, Moate

President to be special guest at TG4 20th birthday

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President Michael D Higgins will be the guest of honour on Monday night next at a spectactular birthday party at NUI Galway held to mark the 20th anniversary of the opening of TG4.

Lá breithe sona do TG4 —a cultural mirror leaves its teen years behind

Back in the days when learning Irish consisted of the fear of getting a shlap with a big shtick if you failed to know any of the less miserable aspects of Peig Sayer’s difficult existence, the prospect of a TV station that would be broadcast almost entirely in Irish was not one which warmed the cockles of the heart.

Athlone Little Theatre presents hilarious new play

Athlone Little Theatre’s next production is the fantastic comedy drama The Cemetery Club by Ivan Menchell.

 

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