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Do not miss the Samaritan Christmas Concert this year

The 26th annual Samaritan Concert will take place on Wednesday, December 6 in the Franciscan Friary, Athlone at 8pm.

A night of Palestinian dance

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YOUNG, VIBRANT, proud, and engaging, the Lajee Dabka Dancers, will bring the traditional dance styles of Palestine to Monroe’s Live next week.

A Saudi girl and a bicycle

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WAJADA, THE first full-length feature film shot entirely in Saudi Arabia, and winner of the CICAE Award at the Venice Film Festival 2012, will be shown in Galway.

Delicious new developments in catering from Green Olive

It is often said that when one door closes, another one opens, and this certainly rings true for Jacinta and Val Lynam. After the couple were both made redundant by their former employer, they decided it was time to make the leap and start their own business. With Jacinta Lynam’s years of experience in the catering and hospitality industry as a general manager and Val’s passion and enthusiasm for food as a renowned head chef, they decided to merge their business and creative talents and launch an event catering company.

Double whammy for Athlone ventures in Saudi trade mission

There was a double triumph for Athlone this week, as both Athlone Institute of Technology and local company Woodfit were successful in securing business deals during the Enterprise Ireland trade mission to Saudi Arabia.

Poems on Israel-Palestine sought

POEMS ON Israel-Palestine are being sought for a special internet feature entitled Will Days Indeed Come: I Come From There.

Egyptian police halt aid from Galway to Gaza

Containers carrying aid to Gaza from the Galway Palestine Children’s Appeal were prevented by the Egyptian police from leaving the port in Alexandria on Tuesday.

Successful event for Project Integrate

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Project Integrate held its second annual Cultural Celebration on Monday December 15 in the Annebrook House Hotel. Some 400 people attended the event, enjoying dancing and music which ranged from Comhaltas to Kurdish.

 

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