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It has been a hectic 12 months for local band Kiosoma, with three self-funded singles released since they formed back in May, 2017.
STEVEN SHARPE writes about gay male sex with the kind of ribaldry and attention to salacious detail Prince and Snoop Dogg brought to their songs about straight male sexual adventures.
Well-known Galway sailor, Enda O’Coineen has completed his solo circumnavigation of the world some 17 months after starting.
Fianna Fáil spokesperson on Regional, Rural, Gaeltacht, and Island Affairs Éamon Ó Cuív has described the new Leader programme as an absolute shambles and a bureaucratic nightmare.
You have to improve your diet to lose weight. You also need to exercise, although not as much as you might think. However the most important key to weight loss success is your metabolism. Your metabolism is your weight loss master switch. No amount of dieting or exercise will compensate for a bad metabolism.
Anna Wroblewska from Ballina was among 100 workers honoured for their dedication in the 2016 GEM Awards, (Going the Extra Mile), presented late last week by ISS, a major provider of outsourced business services which employs more than 3,500 people. GEM Awards recognise the valuable contribution of employees involved in business supports such as cleaning, catering, security, M&E, pest control and property services.
Scientists at NUI Galway are developing technologies which mimic the human eye for use in large space telescopes.
Breda McElroy from Athlone, was among 100 workers honoured for their dedication in the 2015 GEM Awards, (Going the Extra Mile), presented late last week by ISS, a major provider of outsourced business services.
FOLLOWING THE discovery of a Viking boat and weapons in Lough Corrib, Galwegians can discovery more about this Scandinavian culture at an event at The Eye Cinema.
City of Stars is the theme for this year’s Galway Astronomy Festival, which will take place in the Westwood Hotel on Saturday. The festival — now the biggest annual gathering of amateur astronomers in the country — will feature talks by some of top names in astronomy from the US, UK, and Ireland, as well as exhibitions, workshops, trade stands, and a trip to the NUI Galway observatory timed to coincide with the new moon.