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BE IT on the State's coat of arms, the presidential flag, the back of an Irish euro coin, or the side of a Guinness pint glass, the harp is the undisputed symbol of Ireland, a position it has enjoyed since mediaeval times.
The Government intends to change the law to avoid delays with planning applications for data centres following the protracted controversy over the proposed €850-million Apple facility in Athenry.
Galwegians produced a gutsy performance only to come up short against high-flying division 1B league leaders UL Bohemians at Crowley Park on Saturday.
SATURDAY MARCH 21 is European Day of Early Music which Galway will mark with a concert of medieval and renaissance music and a harp workshop.
More than €347,000 in funding has been allocated for the development of an astro turf pitch in Letterfrack and the development of a sustainable garden at St Brigit’s Garden in Rossachill.
The Historical Harp Society of Ireland is to present the HHSI 2011 Summer Concerts series Mac-talla nan Dun: Echoes of a Gaelic Chieftains' Castle in Kilkenny on Saturday August 20.
THE HISTORICAL Harp Society of Ireland in conjunction with Galway Early Music isdelighted to present ‘the Sound so Melting - Harp Music of the Old Gaelic World and Beyond’ at the Town Hall Theatre Studio on Sunday at 6pm. The concert will feature Ann Heymann, Siobhán Armstrong on early Irish harps, with guest Jimmy O’Brien-Moran on the uilleann pipes
ANN HAYMANN, the world-renowned harper and expert on the ancient Irish harp, will play the Gort Library on Friday December 4 at 8pm.