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The town of Westport is celebrating its nomination as a finalist in the 2011 UK Urbanism Awards, in category of Great Town for the UK and Ireland.
An exhibition of photographs, The Ball Alleys of Connacht, by Andrew Hebden is currently at the Custom House Studios Gallery, The Quay, Westport, until June 13
Repair work is about to start on a number of roads which were used for haulage during construction of the new M6 motorway.
Billed as the place where thrillseekers can confront their most terrifying nightmares, the popular Alton Towers Scarefest could be the destination for those in search of something different to do this Halloween.
Finished to the highest of standards throughout it includes fully fitted kitchen, painted interior and exterior, all bathrooms are fully fitted with quality bathroom-ware and tiled, the lawns are landscaped with kerbing and a gravel driveway. Boasting spacious accommodation – just one of these homes remain and comes on the market with the attractive asking price of €305,000.
A new survey conducted by Oxfam Ireland has revealed Irish people still intend to buy charity Christmas gifts this year, despite tightening their spending belts overall.
A six-months pregnant woman was punched in the stomach by a drunk and abusive man who claimed that his drink had been “spiked”, the Galway District Court heard this week.
This imposing four bedroom two-storey residence is located at Cooloo, Brierfield, within walking distance of local national school, just five miles from Abbeyknockmoy, close to Moylough village, and within easy commuting distance of Galway city.
The Festival Big Top is set to join a list of iconic festivals that are hosting great musical talent this summer. Following their enchanting performance at this year’s Glastonbury music festival, American group Bon Iver will bring their haunting melodies from their critically acclaimed album For Emma, Forever Ago, to the Festival Big Top on Thursday, July 23 at 8.30pm. Having shared the ‘Other Stage’, one of Glastonbury’s main stages, with music greats including The Prodigy, Franz Ferdinand and Bloc Party, Bon Iver’s Galway gig will offer the unique opportunity to savour the group’s acclaimed live performance in a unique setting following their sets on the stages of Glastonbury and Lollapalooza. Supporting Bon Iver at their Galway performance is Alela Diane, one of America’s most captivating contemporary singer/songwriters who has also just performed on Glastonbury’s The Park Stage. Following her performance at this years Glastonbury and having already caused a huge stir with her new release To Be Still, Alela Diane’s show with Bon Iver is the most highly anticipated musical performance in Galway this summer.
Rev Gary Hastings, the rector of St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church will be the subject of a TG4 documentary to be screened at 7.15pm on Tuesday.