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Organisers confident that Galway 70.3 Ironman will continue despite omission from world calendar

Organisers of the Galway Ironman 70.3 have postponed releasing a date for the next Ironman race. The race is held in conjunction with a world series of Ironman contests and has been facilitated by Galway city council since it began two years ago.

Learn the art of filmmaking

Have you ever imagined telling a story in film, acting in your own movie, being a producer, or learning about photography and script? Your wishes can come true by attending a specially designed cinema club for girls (12 to 14 years of age) in Ros Geal University Residence, No 19 University Road, Galway, from January 14 for eight weeks.

Trail World Championships to see Connemara run broadcast to 100 million homes worldwide

Several television networks are to broadcast the recent Trail World Championships organised by Run Connemara in a development which has been hailed as a major boost for the event.

James Kilbane and guests for Mayo Cancer Support concert

James Kilbane and guests will take his country gospel, Irish, and Christmas concert to the Castlecourt Hotel, Westport on Sunday night January 3 at 8pm. This concert is being staged in association with Mayo Cancer Support at Rockrose House, Castlebar. As part of his winter run of concerts James Kilbane is back with his show at the Castlecourt Hotel, following several sell out shows across the country as well as television appearances on RTE and EWTN television networks at home and abroad.

Blue stories and devilish tales from Canadian comedian Mike Wilmot

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ONE OF the most popular comedy performers in Britain and Ireland is without doubt foul-mouthed funny man Mike Wilmot. Prowling the stage like a caged animal he strikes with lightning precision with a one-liner that leaves the audience helpless with laughter.

An American dream in a town called Lewiston

There was a famous fight in this town in the state of Maine, once upon a time. Sonny Liston and Cassius Clay — later Muhammed Ali — came to Lewiston to fight for the heavyweight championship of the world. John Delahunty remembers the excitement in town. He now runs a legal firm. On this evening of November 4 2008 he is working in a voluntary capacity. He is keeping an eye on election polling stations for the Democrats. “Right across there in the town sports centre. That’s where it all happened,” says John. “It was the mid 1960s.”

 

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