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This afternoon (Thursday) will see Galway’s biggest marketing event get under way in the Radisson Blu Hotel. Online Marketing in Galway’s Digital Summit is bringing experts from the fields of content marketing, analytics, and social media marketing to the city for an evening of insights and information.
Teenagers can learn how to be confident speaking in public, be assertive and be proficient at debating at a new course being run in the city.
Have you thought about a career in the music industry? To set you on the right path, the Athlone Institute of Technology is offering a Level 6 Higher Certificate in business with music and instrument technology (MAIT). This dynamic and diverse two year programme brings business principles to audio engineers, instrument makers, and budding entrepreneurs.
Searches are continuing around Galway city for missing student Michael Bugler. The Ennis native, who is a studying law at NUI Galway, has been missing since the early hours of last Friday morning. The 20 year old was last seen walking near his home in The Claddagh at 1am after he left the Quay’s Bar. CCTV footage tracks him as far as passing the Claddagh Church as he appears to be on his way home to Fairhill Road.
Statistics released by the Central Statistics Office have revealed that 408 burglaries were recorded in the Westmeath Garda division in the 12 months up to the end of September, 2015.
This Friday the team at the Prince Bar are waiting patiently for Bluemoose to take to the stage this Friday, December 11.
As the Christmas party season gets into full swing, one in 10 motorists have admitted to consuming alcohol before driving in the past 12 months.
BEING EDUCATED by the nuns, being bowled over by the beauty of Brazilian women, pestering a teenager about social media, and the combined effects of bad weather and Roman Catholicism have all contributed to why Irish Bitches Be Crazy.
RTEs western reporter Teresa Mannion is coming to terms with turning into a global superstar since her performance on the six o’clock news last Saturday evening. Her theatrics while reporting in wet and windy conditions from the Salthill prom immediately lit up social media and the attention has not abated since.
HANS CHRISTIAN Andersen’s classic story, The Snow Queen, gets a daring modern makeover from Galway Actors Workshop in a new production at the Town Hall studio from Wednesday December 9 to Saturday 12 at 8.30pm.