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A memorial tree will be planted on the Salthill Promenade next week to honour the life of Galway-based photographer Trent Keegan just days after what would have been his 34th birthday.
Two men have gone on trial in Kenya in connection with the murder of a Galway-based photographer in the country last May.
After months of thorough preparation more than 2,000 volunteers, including 48 volunteers from Kilkenny, are preparing to leave this Friday to work in the township of Khayelitsha in Cape Town, South Africa.
A memorial service for Sarah Wairimu, affectionatly known as Moma Sarah, will take place in St Nicholas Collegiate Church this Sunday at 1pm.
A group of volunteers from Kilkenny are travelling to Mombosa, Kenya to build a centre of education and training with the Building of Hope Project.
The Music for Malindi CD will be officially launched on Friday December 18 at 8pm.
The Great Hargeisa Goat Bubble, a radio play by Galway author and singer Julian Gough, will be broadcast on BBC Radio 4 tomorrow at 2.15pm.
A group of Kilkenny volunteers are setting out for Kenya in Africa this weekend where they plan to build a a secondary school/ training centre in the city of Mombasa with the Building of Hope project.
The Mayo relatives of kidnapped GOAL worker Sharon Commins from Clontarf in Dublin have received a sliver of hope with reports that Irish officials have contacted her. News reports yesterday (Thursday) said there was a chance that Ms Commins and her Ugandan colleague Hilda Kawuki, who were abducted by armed men last Friday, could be released shortly.
The Irish flag is to be flown for the first time at one of the world’s most popular motor sport events, the Dakar Rally. The rally, which takes place in January 2010 in Argentina and Chile, is regarded by many as the most difficult in the world.