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Sometimes there can be no hiding from hard facts. And here are two:
AN ESSENTIAL part of every Galway Arts Festival is productions from Galway Youth Theatre and the company will present two shows this year.
To maintain Galway’s uniqueness, competitiveness in the market place and cultural appeal, it is essential that Galway city maintain, cultivate and use one of its most natural resources - an Ghaeilge. The support of the business community is vital to maintaining this uniqueness and attraction of Galway city and to this end, a number of Galway’s businesses have decided to use the Irish language on their shop fronts.
A new website - www.screenwest.ie - is being launched this week by the Galway Film Centre as an information portal which seeks to attract film makers and television producers to the west of Ireland.
Xtra-vision has announced the launch of a recession-busting offer that should be music to the ears of Galway gamers.
To celebrate the opening of the renovated Druid Lane Theatre, Druid will present a photographic exhibition in Artisan Restaurant, Quay Street, during the Galway Arts Festival.
Despite being bitterly disappointed like many other Galway people by our defeat to Mayo on Sunday, and the manner of it, it must be acknowledged that the better team won.
It is essential for Galway city that the city manager Joe MacGrath “insist that the county manager” fill two full-time fire-fighters positions which have become vacant because of retirements.
Salthill Devon’s Drom Soccer Park is set to host the battle of the best of underage soccer.
The thing about elections is that political anoraks can never get enough of them. The locals are just over and already speculation is going on about who might run for which party in the next General Election.