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The bid book is gone. Now the hard work starts

And so this is it. After all the walking and talking and consultations and soul searching and swearing and gnashing of teeth, it has all boiled down to 80 pages of glossy print which sits proudly in the back of a car this morning like a latter day Book of Kells as it winds its way south to Kerry. Precious cargo indeed, as it is the most important document to ever leave Galway. If successful, it will leave an imprint on the city like none before. An imprint that will last for the bulk of this century and locate Galway as the happening city in Ireland.

Plenty of autumn screen action for Athlone Film Club

Athlone Film Club’s next film, showing on Tuesday November 3, will be The Forgotten Kingdom, directed by Andrew Mudge.

Nursing opportunities await at the Galway Clinic which holds Open Day this weekend

The HSE recruitment embargo of 2009 meant zero jobs for 1,500 nurses graduating in Ireland each year. They were instead forced to go overseas for jobs and further training. Top destinations in 2014/2015 have been the UK, Australia, USA and UAE (in particular, Dubai). The current nursing crisis is creating a high demand for nursing staff, in particular, those with additional specialised or sub-specialised training. The call is out. Nurses come home.

Baboró children's festival starts today

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TODAY SEES the opening of the 19th Baboró International Arts Festival for Children opens in Galway, and for the next seven days, children and families can enjoy a creative extravaganza of theatre, puppetry, dance, music, animation, exhibitions and workshops.

RoolaBoola is back and better than ever

RoolaBoola, the Linenhall’s annual children’s arts festival, is back for the October Bank Holiday weekend and into the following week, with another brilliant programme of shows, workshops and more for ages two to 12 years and their families.

‘You have to be honest whenever you’re onstage’

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The Vodafone Comedy Carnival Galway is less than two weeks away and kicking off this jamboree of japes and jollity is Ireland’s own Patrick Kielty who brings his new show, Help, to the Róisín Dubh on Tuesday October 20 at 8pm.

Energy and emotion dominate Little Theatre’s production of An Enemy of the People

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Athlone Little Theatre 's production of Henrik Ibsen's classic,  An Enemy of the People, as adapted by Arthur Miller, opens this Thursday, October 8 at 8pm.

Member Service Excellence Awards for Galway’s largest Credit Unions St. Jarlath’s & St Anthony’s & Claddagh Credit Union

Two of Galway’s largest Credit Unions, St. Jarlath’s and St. Anthony’s & Claddagh Credit Unions have been awarded the Customer Service Excellence Award from the industry recognised Customer Service Excellence Ireland (C.S.E.I.) which is endorsed by Enterprise Ireland, the Irish Government Agency. C.S.E.I. has over 20 years of combined Customer Service Quality initiatives with businesses and groups such as the London Olympics 2012, Marriott Hotel Group, Costa Coffee and Chelsea F.C. and many others.

Member Service Excellence Awards for Galway’s largest Credit Unions St. Jarlath’s & St Anthony’s & Claddagh Credit Union

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Two of Galway’s largest Credit Unions, St. Jarlath’s and St. Anthony’s & Claddagh Credit Unions have been awarded the Customer Service Excellence Award from the industry recognised Customer Service Excellence Ireland (C.S.E.I.) which is endorsed by Enterprise Ireland, the Irish Government Agency. C.S.E.I. has over 20 years of combined Customer Service Quality initiatives with businesses and groups such as the London Olympics 2012, Marriott Hotel Group, Costa Coffee and Chelsea F.C. and many others.

'Performance is very emotional, it's human expression'

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FINGHIN COLLINS may declare himself "a musician first and then a pianist", but there is no doubting either his magnificent as a player, or his view of the piano being "a very complete instrument", as he will display in his upcoming Galway concert. Yet his love of, and interest in, other instruments, is genuine, particularly one that is somewhat under appreciated in classical music - the voice.

 

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