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THIS EVENING at 8pm in St Nicholas' Collegiate Church, a visiting choir of 42 singers from Evansville, Indiana, will perform a charity concert in aid of Jigsaw.
Fun running just keeps on growing in popularity with scores of events now taking place at any time throughout the country.
Honda has unveiled a host of important new vehicles at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. From performance and race cars through to an advanced fuel cell concept, Honda is signalling an important year for the brand in Europe, with every model in the company’s range being new or comprehensively refreshed.
A new documentary charting the extraordinary story of an Achill emigrant who became one of Amercia’s most elite female aviators in the 1940s and the first woman to train male fighter pilots in World War II is to be broadcast on TG4 on Tuesday, January 6.
THE SAW Doctors’ Leo Moran and Anthony Thistlethwaite - who is also a member of The Waterboys - will perform at a lunchtime event in The Alcock and Brown Hotel this Saturday, as part of the Clifden Arts Festival.
THE NATIONAL, the greatest band in the world right now, take to the stage in Galway in July. The centre of attention will be vocalist Matt Berninger, a charismatic storm of passion and masculine existential angst, his lyrics matched by the intensity of guitarists Aaron and Bryce Dessner, and the imaginative rhythms of drummer Bryan Devendorf, while calmly, authoritatively anchoring all this tension and release will be bassist Scott Devendorf.
JOHNNY KILBANE, the Irish-American boxer who remains the longest reigning World Featherweight Champion of all time, is the subject of a film to be shown on TG4.
Covidien in Athlone has received international recognition for enterprise excellence, by being awarded the Shingo Bronze Medallion.
Labour Party, Castlebar Town Councillor Harry Barrett has expressed serious concern at the lack of representation by county council members at a recent trade mission, this week, by a delegation from Ohio, USA. Barrett made his comments after learning that only the Cathaoirleach, Cllr Johnny O' Malley, and one other councillor, turned up to meet the trade delegation in Turlough House, despite the fact that all county councillors were invited to the event.
The first ‘Over The Edge: Open Reading’ after the summer break takes place in Galway City Library on Thursday August 29, from 6.30pm to 8.00pm. The featured readers on the night are Art Stringer, Ron Houchin, and Kernan Andrews. There will, as usual, be an open mic after the featured readers have finished. The evening will also see the announcement of the long list for this year’s Over The Edge New Writer of The Year competition, which received a very healthy number of entries again this year.