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Communications Minister Eamon Ryan has announced plans for the transition from analogue to digital television in Ireland, with analogue television to be switched off by the end of 2012. RTÉ will build a €70 million replacement digital service, which is expected to provide full national coverage and will also provide significant coverage throughout Northern Ireland.
ARDAL O’HANLON, the multi awarding winning comedian, and one of the most acclaimed stand-ups to emerge from Ireland, ever, is coming back to Galway.
Big Brother Big Sister of Ireland, a charity operated by Foróige, is inviting people to participate in its youth mentoring programme in Castlebar.
Bye-laws for Murrisk car park were proposed and seconded at the Westport electoral area planning meeting this week, with pay and display to come into effect in the summer months.
The Galway Choral Association is seeking new members to take part in its special summer concert when it will perform with Wyoming’s Casper Civic Chorale in St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church on Friday June 11.
TEDFEST, THE annual celebration of all things Fr Ted, takes place each year on the Aran Islands, but this year some of the fun will also be happening in Galway city.
Following on from his sold-out January national tour Keith Barry is back with his brand new show - The Asylum!
TV3’s The Holiday Programme is once again to be presented by one of Kilkenny’s own - TV presenter Ciara Whelan.
THE GALWAY Boy Singers, and director Mark Keane, are seeking new members this season and boys aged seven to 12 are eligible to apply.
Portlaoise band Perfect Skins arrive in the Marble City this weekend to perform their first live gig in almost two years as they prepare for the release of their new album, due out in January 2009.