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DAITHÍ Ó Dronaí, the immensely talented fiddle player, who injects Irish trad with a dose of youthful swagger, headlines the Róisín Dubh this Saturday at 9pm.
Gardai are appealing for witnesses following a recent spate of robberies, assaults, and burglaries.
Two houses were broken into in the county over the past few days where items were stolen.
A 19-year-old man who stole games consoles from a private residence, which he then sold on, was before Ballina District Court this week.
Eidos Interactive has announced November 21 as the official ship date for the highly anticipated, upcoming entry to the illustrious Tomb Raider franchise, Tomb Raider: Underworld. The game will release simultaneously on Xbox 360, PS3, Wii, PS2, Nintendo DS and PC platforms. Underworld marks the first game in this flagship series that is designed specifically for next generation consoles. Lara Croft uncovers proof of the existence of the mythical hammer of the Norse God Thor, a weapon rumoured to have the power to smash mountains into valleys and destroy the gods themselves. Exploiting the power and capabilities of next generation consoles, Lara must hunt for clues across larger than life environments, seen with exquisite, detailed clarity. Solving multifaceted puzzles, facing foes both animal and supernatural, players have the aid of enhanced weapons and abilities, as they explore the secrets of the past.
It’s not just for thrashing friends in Mario Kart, or jumping around in Mario Galaxy, or for feeling good about yourself on Wii Fit, as a US academic is coming to NUIG to give a lecture on his experiments using the Nintendo Wii to investigate how people think and make decisions.
A Castlecomer businessman is going against the grain and extending his business on the Square in the town.
A Westmeath man has been chosen as one of five people who will compete during the next nine months to reduce their carbon number for a first prize of a €10,000 makeover for their home, garden, or lifestyle.
Xtra-vision has announced the launch of a recession-busting offer that should be music to the ears of Galway gamers.
The MS READaTHON, which takes place this month, is a chance for Galway schoolchildren to help raise money for Multiple Sclerosis by reading books.