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Preview all-new Opel Adam reveals chic city car

With the all-new Adam, Opel is entering the A-segment with a chic, small, urban car. It combines bold, powerful design with what Opel describes as a potential for almost unlimited level of personalisation, making each Adam unique. It should arrive here in the first quarter of 2013, writes Padraic Deane.

Surfing fun for young and old with Surf Mayo

Young and old, families and friends, or individuals seeking one-on-one surfing tuition need look no further than Surf Mayo, based at Carrowniskey Strand in Louisburgh, where top class fun and tuition in surfing is now ongoing.

Art and theatre @ Áras Éanna

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AN EXHIBITION of illustrations and a play about a woman in prison for stabbing her husband, take place at the Áras Éanna Arts Centre on Inis Oírr.

Time is a Thief prepare to rock The Stables

If Scotland’s Biffy Clyro and Twin Atlantic met Trent Reznor halfway in Cork, Time Is A Thief could well be the kind of sound they would drag kicking and screaming into the world. Despite being together for a relatively short period of time, Time Is A Thief have already played with contemporaries such as Dinosaur Pile-Up, Twin Atlantic, and Canterbury, and have learned pretty quickly how to blast out a sharp-shock of astounding hard rock.

See Le Corsaire live from the Bolshoi

THE BOLSHOI Ballet’s production of Le Corsaire will be broadcast live via satellite to The Eye Cinema this Sunday at 3pm.

Brian Cody launches literacy initiative in Grennan College

Brian Cody launched a Home School Community Liaison (HSCL) led literacy initiative in Grennan College in Thomastown on Wednesday November 9.

Mary Motorhead for Town Hall studio

AFTER ITS sold-out and critically acclaimed run at Bewleys Café Theatre in Dublin, Galway’s Truewest theatre company bring Mary Motorhead by award-winning writer Mark O’Halloran (Garage, Adam and Paul) to the Town Hall studio.

Elwood urges strong finish after ‘cruel’ loss to Ulster

Eric Elwood is hoping Connacht receive their just reward for one of their best seasons in recent years when they face Munster in their final fixture on Friday week.

HSE apologises for death of Louisburgh woman

The Health Service Executive this week apologised to the family of a 34-year-old Garda sergeant, a native of Louisburgh, who died after giving birth to twins at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Drogheda.

Starting the twelve-month pilgrimage

There are historical reasons why we celebrate New Year on the first day of January. And when I say ‘we’, I am reminded that other cultures celebrate their New Year at different times, but, if for no other than commercial reasons, the Western way of marking the New Year on January 1 has been adopted around the world.


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