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NUI Galway to host major US Presidential election debate

Washington comes to NUI Galway on Thursday October 30, when the University hosts a US Presidential Election Debate featuring senior representatives of the Democrat and Republican parties. Just four days before the closely contested election, Grant Lally, national co-chairman of the Irish American Republicans, will go head-to-head in a debate with Bruce Morrison, former US Connecticut Congressman and author of the Morrison Visa Program.

It was pure entertainment

Never before has the world taken such an interest in a Presidential election as they did in the American race to the White House.

Ballinrobe to honour its naval hero with memorial

Moves are under way in Ballinrobe to erect a memorial in honour of John King, a Mayo man who was awarded two Congressional Medals of Honour for his service to the American navy.

Cinema Review - X Men Origins: Wolverine

The gorgeous and rugged Hugh Jackman is certainly great at getting his claws out in this action-packed flick but is let down by a rather rushed ending.

Mayo families hope for progress on undocumented Irish during Minister’s US trip

Fine Gael Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs Spokesman Michael Ring, has expressed his hope that Foreign Affairs Minister Micheál Martin can make progress on the undocumented Irish at meetings in the US this week. Deputy Ring said there have been positive signals from the Obama administration and it would be a lasting tribute to the late Ted Kennedy if a deal could be reached.

Jackman shows his claws

X-Men Origins: Wolverine is the first of the X-Men prequel series, giving Hugh Jackman another chance to show off his animal magnetism as we get the back story behind James Logan’s transformation into the fearsome and conflicted Wolverine.

 

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