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Galway Company Revive Active is calling on the people of the West to don the reflective gear and take to the Prom this October 16 for the first ever Galway Night Run on the Prom.
A meeting has been secured with An Post officials concerning the recent closure of the Post Office Agency in Cleggan. Local Fine Gael TD Seán Kyne has arranged the meeting to take place in Cleggan on Friday, September 18. Members of the local community council and a number of public representatives will attend.
Lorraine Higgins calls on Sinn Fein to persuade IRA to give its fortune to those who suffered at its hands
Senator Lorraine Higgins today said that Sinn Fein should use whatever influence it has with the IRA to ensure that monies left over when they allegedly disbanded is distributed to deserving causes both in Northern Ireland and the Rep of Ireland.
RACE THE Flux, the Galway indie/alternative quartet, who GoldenPlec have described as being as if "Queens Of The Stone Age collaborated with ASIWYFA", and who won critical acclaim for their Olympians EP earlier this year, will kick off the Citóg nights in the Róísín Dubh.
The massive success of O'Donnellan & Joyce's previous auctions, and especially the 2015 auctions, seems to have left no doubt in the minds of most vendors that if you want to sell your property in a reasonably short length of time the auction route is the way to go.
It’s Monday afternoon in Nun’s Island theatre and Decadent director Andrew Flynn is rehearsing a scene from Vernon God Little with actors Jarlath Tivnan, Eilish McCarthy, and Peter Shine.
The Latin Quarter, the city’s renowned social and cultural hub encompassing the vibrant areas of Quay Street and the Spanish Arch, is supporting Galway’s bid to become the 2020 European Capital of Culture by offering video enthusiasts the opportunity to win €2020 and the possibility of creating a viral video campaign.
Athlone welcomed over 20,000 visitors over two weekends as the 2015 HSE Community Games Festival concluded at the weekend. Thousands of children took part in the much-loved sporting and cultural event and the town as a whole benefited immensely.
I am sure that the good sisters at the renowned Ursuline convent school, Sligo, had no idea what they were letting themselves in for when Eilís Dillon and her sisters landed as boarders at their door. The Dillon girls were confident, challenging and extremely well read. Much of that confidence came from their fiercely nationalistic mother and father and their commitment during the War of Independence. Both parents were imprisoned; their father, Professor Tom Dillon, was ‘on the run’ for most of that time.
The lack of a surgeon who is capable of carrying out a pancreas transplant in the State, since the retirement of Dr David Hickey last Christmas, is putting the lives of a large number of people at risk. This week 32-year-old Rachel O'Hora (who needs both a kidney and pancreas transplant) from Bohola outlined the difficulties faced patients like her who are in need of a pancreas transplant. Ms O'Hora, who is a teacher based in Dublin, was speaking at an information event in Kiltimagh which called on people to get involved and sign a petition and show their support for the immediate hiring of a pancreas surgeon.