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And there was one. The lights went down, the name was called out and in the early hours of last Friday morning, after 3,000 people had sung their way through the heats; after thousands of people had made their way through the doors of Coyotes on Forster Street, after so many hopes and aspirations were raised and dashed, one dream was realised and it belonged to Ailbhe Hession, who ended the night clutching a big fun-sized €10,000 cheque.
GTI CREATIVE 2009 will present an intensive week long day time course which will cover both fiction and poetry writing starting on Monday June 8.
McInerney auctioneers, Gort are instructed to offer for sale by way of private treaty one a unique and picturesque home. Located at Capacasheen, Normangrove, Kinvara, is this wonderfully charming country home. Originally built c1900 and used as a barn, the property came to life in the seventies when it was totally refurbished into this cosy home with a strong emphasis on traditional stone and timber work throughout.
As a bit of a Dan Brown fan I cringed at the first movie attempt, and expected very little from the second but Angels & Demons was a blessed surprise.
This exceptional architect-designed five bedroom home is located on the outskirts Gort town. Presented in walk-in condition, this 2,500sq ft approx home overlooks the Gort River. Extended and refurbished by the present owners, this property has had care and attention lavished on it.
Work by well known local photographer Pat O’Connor is now being displayed in Zhivago.
THE AURAL Asylum, a music collaboration between Chris Boshell (Omnis Recordings) and John O’Dwyer (Casper) play Karma on Sunday July 19 under the Got House brand.
The people of Mayo are asked to test themselves in aid of Irish charities Fighting Blindness and the Diabetes Federation of Ireland by taking part in the Transylvania Trek 2010.
THE EYE Cinema in Wellpark will celebrate the release of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince with a fun-filled weekend for all the family.
A man stabbed in the back with a pair of scissors, and then set upon by a group of youths as he lay defenceless on the ground, could have ended up in a wheelchair if the stab wound was just 1cm lower, the Galway Circuit Criminal Court heard yesterday.