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THE HUMAN Voice, a poetic, surreal, yet gut wrenching examination of an abandoned love, by the French playwright and film maker Jean Cocteau, will be performed in Galway next week.
The eighth Galway International Chess Tournament, held at the Salthill Hotel last weekend, was the most successful yet for local chess players with Galway club members winning two of the three sections and collecting nearly €1,000 in prize money.
Members of Galway’s Indian community from the Kerla region of southwestern India will be celebrating Christmas and New Year with a party in St Joseph’s Community Centre, Shantalla.
The beauty of Connemara is being sold to the Germans in a bid to boost tourism in Ireland.
During a discussion on the development row at McHale Park at last week’s Castlebar Town Council meeting, Mayor Michael Kilcoyne told the meeting that he was disgusted that the council did not seek to get a High Court injunction following the breach of a warning notice issued by the council.
The important role being played by science and technology in our economic recovery was highlighted this week at the launch of the Galway Science and Technology Festival.
Cope Galway, in conjunction with the Galway Branch of the Irish Hotels Federation, has launched it Christmas office parties fundraising initiative.
Connacht’s win over Montpellier will be measured by their performance against Glasgow tomorrow night.
A Galway family is celebrating a triple success at the Ulster Junior Squash Open.
The Galway Film Centre will launch the ID Projects 2009 films will a series of screenings in the Town Hall Theatre.