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Ford has revealed its new EcoSport compact SUV, which it promises will deliver enhanced versatility and capability, more refined styling, and sophisticated technologies from later this year.
TURKISH CATS, a dinner party that goes wrong, spiritual journeys, haunted houses, mysterious strangers, and moral dilemmas - all will feature in the impressive line-up of movies from around the world, that make up the Galway Film Society's autumn/winter 2017 season.
Some 34 million holiday trips are made each year with many hiring a car to get around – while more than 11 million take their own car to Europe by ferry or via the Channel Tunnel. Allianz Insurance has published a checklist of things to note for Irish motorists planning to drive in another European country using their own vehicle or a car rental.
OFF THE Beaten Track, a documentary by County Galway based director Dieter Auner, on emigration and rural depopulation in Romania, will be screened in Connemara this evening [Thursday February 16].
The Seat Ateca has been named ‘Best Buy Car of Europe in 2017’ at the AUTOBEST 2017 awards.
The Mayo Rape Crisis Centre have this week revealed the seven nominees who have been selected to go forward for the Mayo Inspirational Woman of the Year award. The recipient of the award will be revealed at the annual Nollaig na Mban event which will be held in the Ballina Manor Hotel on January 6 and it will be presented by Marian Harkin MEP on the evening.
The Seat Ateca has won the “Best Buy Car of Europe in 2017” at the AutoBest 2017 awards.
WHAT WOULD happen if, one day, death downed tools and took a holiday? That’s the scenario at the heart of Death at Intervals, the brilliant novel by Portuguese Nobel laureate José Saramago, a theatre adaptation of which is coming to the Galway International Arts Festival.
Sean Breathnach competed for Ireland at the European Throws Cup in Arad, Romania on Sunday.
Hearing a story on the Gay Byrne radio show some years ago about an adopted woman meeting her birth mother for the first time after 40 years prompted two actors, Bairbre Ní Chaoimh and Yvonne Quinn, into writing a play about separation, loss, and family secrets. They called the play Stolen Child.