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The Information Technology Association Galway (ITAG) is getting ready to welcome Nell Watson as one of the speakers at this year’s AtlanTec conference, which will focus on The Art of AI and Machine Learning.
COILGUNS, standard bearers of the 2.0 DIY metal/hardcore scene since 2011, when they accidentally formed with the purpose of playing fast and simple music, make their third visit to Ireland this weekend.
Hi, my name is Andy Cavalleri. I'm an Italian by blood but Irish by heart. My parents moved here from Lake Como back in the mid 70's. We used to travel back to Italy for summer and winter holidays when we were younger, whereas now I try and get over at least once a year to catch up with family and friends. I've always had a keen interest in food and cakes from a young age, and as you do I tried all kinds of work before bouncing back to food and baking. I started trading in the Moycullen Country Market just over 4 years ago selling Spelt cakes at first and now I'm selling flourless cakes and raw vegan cakes too. It's exciting to find different methods in making cakes, I always try to make different cakes packed full of flavour.
Minister Kevin ‘Boxer’ Moran joined Minister for Justice and Equality Charlie Flanagan last Thursday morning to announce details of the €8.3m restoration and refurbishment of Athlone Garda Station.
Mayo artist follows in her father's footsteps winning overall prize in Texaco Children's Art Competition
GERRY MALLON'S Laughter Loft, the annual lunchtime comedy shows in the Ruby Room of The King's Head, is a Galway International Arts Festival institution, and returns for another run this month.
This very attractive study of Mr And Mrs Broderick from Ballintemple was taken in Williamsgate Street c1885. They were all dressed up coming into town for the fair or market ... she in her Sunday best and he in his plus fours, tail coat, and top hat. Many people who came in from the country for the occasions like this would have been similarly dressed.
Five transition year students from Galway, who developed an innovative, peer-to-peer note sharing system for third level students, were crowned regional winners at the final of Bank of Ireland’s TY Academy.