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A ‘cheerful, and amiable saint’.

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In the early years of the 16th century, Stephen Lynch fitz Dominick was returning from an extended trading voyage in Spain. He set out with a full cargo, probably of hides, wool, and fish, which he hoped to trade for wine and iron with Spanish merchants. As he approached Galway port he was surprised to see a church and buildings almost completed on Fort Hill (originally called St Augustine’s Hill), a prominent site visible from both the town and the sea. They were not there when he left.

Keith Barry - Deception comes to Galway

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KEITH BARRY is bringing what he says will be his "biggest and most spectacular production yet" to Galway, when he presents his new show, Deception, in the Black Box Theatre on Friday February 22.

Christmas with Corrib Travel

The Christmas season is fast approaching and with only 12 days left before the big day, the last few weeks is usually spent dashing around shops, making lists (and checking them twice), making a mess wrapping gifts, buying the most ridiculous Christmas jumpers and, most importantly, enjoying some well-deserved time off.

Cúirt Announces first names for 2019 festival

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Jeanette Winterson, best known as the author of Oranges Are Not The Only Fruit, and Joshua Cohen, listed as one of Granta’s Best of Young American Novelists in 2017, will read at next year's Cúirt festival.

A challenging 2018 - and 2019 will be no easier

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With the Christmas festivities getting under way and 2018 drawing to a close, now is a good time to review an eventful political year. While the anticipated general election did not materialise, 2018 did see trips to the ballot box with a keenly contested referendum on abortion as well as a presidential election that, while low-key, threw up a number of interesting questions.

Mustangs clip Falcons wings in style

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Mustangs played their fourth game of the season at home in De la Salle on Tuesday last against Longford Falcons. The Mustangs’ start to this game was much improved on their previous performances in this season to date. The Mustangs’ opening quarter was sufficiently damaging to hurt the travelling side to an almost non recovery state - scoring 24 points to Falcon’s 9 points, with player- coach, Siobhan Kilkenny, Grainne Flynn and Ciara Griffin, on combined scores of 20 points, with steals and fast breaks causing much of the damage.

Eight millionth passenger for Ryanair at Ireland West Airport

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There was celebration at Ireland West Airport last weekend when Ryanair welcomed its eight millionth passenger on flights to/from the airport.

Ryanair celebrates milestone of 8 millionth passenger at IWAK

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Ryanair welcomed its eighth millionth passenger on flights to/from Ireland West Airport last Friday November 16.

Concert in Augustinian Church in aid of St Vincent de Paul

Helen Hancock, a soprano from Oranmore will present a beautiful evening of singing and music in the Augustinian Church, Galway at 8pm on Friday November 9. The concert will also feature her singing teacher, international tenor Owen Gilhooly along with cellist Peter Sébestyén and pianist Ramin Haghjoo.

When it comes to education, what you already know really matters

EQUAL Ireland has a new offering of a part time BA degree in business, enterprise, and community development (accredited by AIT). A Galway and Westmeath information session will be held in the Maldron Hotel, Sandy Road, Galway, on Saturday November 17 from 9.30 am to 12.30pm.

 

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