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IRISH GUITARIST Philip Donnelly, who has worked with Gary Moore, Donovan, and Johnny Cash, is undertaking a solo acoustic tour to promote his new album Beyond the Pale.
THE AUSTRALIAN based Irish singer-songwriter Roesy returns home thIS month for a nationwide tour, promoting his new album, Wolf Counsel.
Buccaneers and Garryowen served up a six-try thriller in which the home side stayed cool to claim a deserved 25-22 Ulster Bank League Division 1B victory at sun-soaked Dubarry Park, Athlone on Saturday. The Pirates were worthy of the spoils for they were the more ambitious side holding on in a frenetic finish.
They are going, going, going from the valleys and the hills,
NUI Galway students urged to find out if they were vaccinated against measles after outbreak in university
The HSE West is urging students at NUI Galway to find out if they have been vaccinated against measles.
A TB screening programme conducted by the HSE West in Inis Oirr, the smallest of the Aran Islands, has been completed.
Tullamore consultant Mr John O’Donovan was elected president of the Midlands Gateway Chamber at the AGM of the association which was recently held in The Wineport Lodge Hotel, Athlone.
On Sunday in Terryland Park, Westport United will go looking to make it lucky number seven when they take on Athenry FC in the Connacht Junior Cup final. Standing in Westport United's way will be the defending champions who are going for their third Connacht Junior Cup win on the trot. Picking up the title would be quite a coup for the relatively inexperienced management duo of Kieran Mulchrone and James Fahy who have taken over in the United hot seat this season. While the management duo may be inexperienced at this level, there is plenty of experience to draw on with the likes of Kevin Joyce, Martin Geraghty, Danny Schaill, Gerry McLoughlin, Dave Cameron, Dave Hoban and Pat Fitzgerald all with plenty of big game experience under their belts over the years.
Yeats College hosted its inaugural NUI Galway careers event at a parent and student evening which took place at the college last week.
A 26-year-old man caught with cannabis herb, and amphetamines shoved in a freezer, during a search by gardai at his place of residence has been fined €100 and ordered to carry out community service, while his flatmate was fined for possession of “self-medicating” tablets.