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John Banville to open Lady Gregory/Yeats Autumn Gathering

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Described as “one of the most imaginative literary novelists writing in the English language today,” John Banville will open The Lady Gregory - Yeats Autumn Gathering in September.

Young robotics entrepreneur needs help to scoop Nissan prize

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A young Castlebar robotics entrepreneur has really impressed the people over at Nissan.

New men’s health and fitness sessions at Lookfit

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Fitness professional Ronan Kennedy, who is the co-founder of the newly opened health and fitness studio Lookfit on the Breaffy Road,  Castlebar, has just introduced a new exercise programme designed for men.

Fahy wins player of the year award

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Ruth Fahy was named Player of the Year at the annual Galway WFC awards night held in Claregalway.

Top blogging talent descends on city for first birthday of Into the West Blogger network

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Galway will be the most trended city in the country this weekend when The g Hotel in Galway is the location for the first birthday celebration of the hugely successful Into the West Blogger network.

GMIT film student to have short film screened at Cannes

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A short film by a young Galway-based filmmaker, Luke Morgan, has been selected to screen at the Cannes Film Festival’s Short Film Corner. Morgan is a third year student on the BA (hons) in film and documentary at GMIT’s Centre for Creative Arts & Media (CCAM).

Weir totally against Eirgrid’s third option

Independent Ballina Municipal District Mayo county councillor Seamus Weir this week hit out at proposals to only underground 8km of the controversial project. Cllr Weir said this week: “I oppose Eirgrid’s third option to reduce the voltage on the proposed 400kv transmission line from 400kv to 210kv and suggesting under-grounding the line to a distances of 30 kilometres from Magownagh to Flagfort. I am told it will only be underground for 8km at Flagfort substation.”

Cathy Belton revelling in her role on Red Rock.

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Cathy Belton has excelled at playing a a slightly scary TV character in the form of Red Rock’s Patricia Hennessy so one could be forgiven for thinking the Galway woman might resemble the ice-queen in real life. However the charming, softly spoken, actress could not be more different to the villainous Hennessy matriarch.

Cathy Belton revelling in her role on Red Rock

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Cathy Belton has excelled at playing a a slightly scary TV character in the form of Red Rock’s Patricia Hennessy so one could be forgiven for thinking the Galway woman might resemble the ice-queen in real life. However the charming, softly spoken, actress could not be more different to the villainous Hennessy matriarch.

Puzzle to celebrate first birthday

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THE PUZZLE drum’n’bass clubnight celebrates one year in existence by holding a birthday bash in The Loft, headlined by German DJ Misanthrop.

 

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