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The Midland 50 Plus Show, the lifestyle event for retired and older people, is returning again in July.
DANNY DENTON, author of the acclaimed new novel, The Earlie King & The Kid In Yellow, will join artists from Galway's Engage studios to discuss their collaborative exhibition, Fragmented Shore.
The availability of high end office space which is key to attracting modern high-tech industries to the heart of Galway was enhanced this week with the granting of planning permission for the Bonham Quay development at Galway Harbour.
The 50 Plus Show, the lifestyle event for Ireland’s retired and older people, is coming to the Radisson Blu Hotel Athlone on Wednesday and Thursday, June 28 and 29.
“Upwards of seven thousand people took part in the annual Eucharistic Procession through the streets of Galway on Sunday, when one of the greatest demonstrations of faith in recent years was seen. Practically all of that part of the city’s population which did not take part, thronged the footpaths, and when the procession arrived at Eyre Square at six o’clock, upwards of ten thousand people knelt on the green sward in front of the specially constructed high altar for the final Benediction, which was imparted by his Lordship, Most Rev Dr Browne.
The Irish Times and InterTradeIreland are calling on firms in counties from the Border, Midland, and Western Region to enter the island’s most prestigious awards for innovation. To-date the BMW Region is the least represented area across all categories. Companies across the Border, Midland and Western Region are missing out on raising their profile by failing to nominate themselves for The Irish Times InterTradeIreland Innovation Awards. The BMW Regional Assembly is supporting this call for the region’s most innovative companies to gain national recognition. Applications are invited from all industries - agri-food, bio-science, energy and the environment, creative industries, manufacturing and IT and telecoms – all that is needed is a good idea.
Live at the Linenhall, an engaging exhibition by Castlebar-based photographer Alison Laredo, continues in the Linenhall Arts Centre’s Print Gallery. Live at the Linenhall captures some of the unforgettable performances that make up the Linenhall’s programme of events. The result is an ongoing photographic document of memorable moments as seen through Alison’s distinctive lens, a reminder of great nights and great people who have challenged, engaged, and entertained, an exhibition that will continue to grow throughout the years. Alison Laredo is a professional photographer and a selection of her work may be viewed on www.alisonlaredo.com
Nine decades living in the rural and urban midlands, encompassing many years in the Army, award-winning music playing, and a career in politics, is now documented in a new Athlone book, Stepping Back in Time.
Excitement filled the air this week when director of Midland Drama School, Lorraine Wynne, received a phone call from the Irish Entertainment Awards to inform her that her girlband Elles Divas are up for an award for the Best Upcoming Pop Teen Girlband 2010.
Already a comfortable family home there is also the possibility of further potential as the attached garage has all services connected, so it could be quickly converted to another room, granny flat, or whatever your requirements may be. Space is not an issue as further expansion can be easily created on the large site of c0.8 acre.