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Fans of fashion from all over Ireland will descend on Oranmore, today June 7th to join in the 10th Birthday celebrations of Concepts Ladies Fashion which has become a major fashion destination for Ireland’s fashionistas. Opened in 2008 by owner Joan Lynch, the store has grown in strength over the years and now with a full-time staff of ten, the store attracts many ladies to Oranmore in search of that perfect outfit.
Cross Border Orchestra of Ireland (Peace Proms) to hold open information meeting for new Galway members
The Cross Border Orchestra of Ireland (CBOI) was established in 1995 as a peace initiative and is composed of more than 100 exceptionally talented young musicians from all over Ireland and Northern Ireland.
The contract for a 33-unit housing development at Arcadia was signed yesterday (Wednesday) at Athlone Civic Centre.
Outback Jacks are hosting a free Vango family camping weekend on the June Bank Holiday Fri June 1 to Sunday June 3 at their shop in Ballybane.
On May 25 there will be a Referendum on the Eighth Amendment, or Article 40.3.3 of the Constitution. You will be asked whether or not to delete that Article and replace it with a new Article. The proposed wording of the new Article is as follows: Provision may be made by law for the regulation of termination of pregnancy.
Get Ready! Battle of the Bands kicks off this Thursday night (May 17th). Over the next month, unsigned bands will take to the stage at The Prince Bar, Athlone and perform live for your vote. This is an excellent opportunity for up & coming bands to win a coveted prize fund worth €10,000. Three bands will compete in each battle with one emerging through to our Semi-Final in June. The winning band will be chosen by the result of a judge & audience vote.
Catherine Murray, owner and manager of Belles and Blazers, teamed up with Adam Powell from Cloud 9 Café to host the first Mrs Doyle Themed Tea Party recently.
Since 1993 the Constitution has guaranteed the right to travel for abortion, but many women cannot exercise this right due to an array of legal, social, and economic barriers. This includes women on low incomes, women with disabilities, lesbian and bisexual women, and women with travel restrictions, many of whom are entitled to no more than an allowance of €20 a week.
DIY DUB-punk and ska from the north of England, and a one man acoustic comedic whirlwind, will be in the upstairs bar of the Róisín Dubh, next week.