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Climate change awareness events in Mayo ahead of UN Climate Conference

The UN Climate Conference in being held in Paris this December where world leaders are gathering to finalise a global agreement on climate change. Millions of people around the world are joining together the weekend before the talks begin to call on world leaders to create a low carbon, just and sustainable, future for all. In Mayo, schools, community groups, churches, businesses and members of the public will join in and ask the Government to represent us in Paris by coming to an agreement to take definite action on climate change.

STRAIGHT TALKING WITH...MARY O’Rourke

It is very difficult to start to think, talk, and write about politics at home when we have had such a weekend of terror and murder in Paris.

‘It was an attack on freedom’

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As the world continues to try to come to terms with the devastating attacks in Paris last Friday night, a leading member of Galway’s French community has urged her fellow countrymen and women to ‘not let the terrorists win’.

French Film Festival at Town Hall Theatre

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IN THE week following the horrific attacks in Paris, a timely reminder of the resilience of French culture, and the joy it brings to world, comes to Galway through next weekend's French Film Festival.

Good humour makes all things tolerable as Connacht finally escape Siberia 

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It was a rugby trip like no other for Connacht last week, logistically, mentally and physically challenging. However came through their testing week in Siberia with flying colours, led by coach Pat Lam.

Alban Berg’s opera Lulu at The Eye

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LULU, ONE of opera's greatest and most dangerous femme fatales, will take audiences on a wild journey of love, obsession, and death when the eponymous opera by Alban Berg is screened in Galway.

Two short operas about love and lies from OTC

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OPERA THEATRE Company comes to the Town Hall Theatre on Monday November 23 at 8pm, with an exciting double bill of short works, Poulenc’s The Human Voice and Wolf Ferrari’s Susanna’s Secret.

In the wake of Paris, all human lives matter

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Insider was going to write an article examining the electoral prospects of some of the politicians in Galway West who will be fighting for the constituency's last two seats, but in the wake of the Paris massacre, writing about an election that is still months away, seems, just now, a little frivolous.

The right of people to live their lives must be protected, everywhere

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Last Friday night, millions of people around the world did what millions of people do around the world every weekend. They ate, they drank, they laughed, they loved, they enjoyed music, they watched football. They did things to see off the stresses of the working week. They were doing things that people of an age do, they were enjoying life, a life to which they had become accustomed.

 

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