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Hard Times Tour with The Celtic Tenors

The Celtic Tenors will be taking their tour on the road in Ireland for the first time in five years, after continuous touring in the US, Canada, Europe, and the Middle East. The Hard Times show overflows with vitality and variety. The unique voices, charm and wit of Daryl, James, and Matthew - combined with talented young musical director Colm Henry - combine an emotive journey with a thoroughly uplifting experience.

Galway rock, folk, and indie is Free By The Sea

IN THE 1980s and early 1990s Salthill hosted free, live, rock concerts each summer and those days look set to return with the Free By The Sea event as part of the Salthill Community Arts Festival.

Freshers week a resounding success

Freshers week 2009/10 was in full swing in the college this week.

Key trends for fall 2009

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Strong shoulders and structured shapes mark the arrival of autumn/winter 2009. Make these styles your own by focusing on a few key looks this season:

Look sharp with Littlewoods

Check out the range of flirty forties office wear from Littlewoods Ireland!

Get set for the new season at Zara

Looking for inspiration on the key trends for autumn? Zara has all the answers with the arrival of its autumn/winter collection to Athlone Towncentre.

The Long Walk Market is open on Saturdays

The Long Walk Market is a new business venture and arts space, which will be held every Saturday, upstairs at Nimmo’s Restaurant by the Spanish Arch.

Autumn/winter fashion at Zara, Athlone Towncentre

Looking for inspiration on the key trends for autumn? Zara has all the answers with the arrival of its autumn/winter collection to Athlone Towncentre.

Below cost sale of alcohol resulting in anti-social behaviour

Underage drinking and the anti-social behaviour attached to it is a direct result of under-cost selling of alcohol in supermarkets.

GPO to host silent disco

THE GPO will host its first Silent Disco with i-radio DJs and Budweiser Ice Cold on Thursday October 8.

 

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