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Ajla Restaurant, Clarinbridge, will hold a special fundraiser tomorrow (Friday) evening in aid of Self Help Africa. Elaine Joyce Cunningham, from Ardrahan, has decided to host a very special fundraising event called A Taste of Italy, with all proceeds going to the charity.
Migration — how food travels and how this journey affects people's perception of food — is the main theme for this year's Food on the Edge, taking place on October 21 and 22.
Commissions representing cross-sectoral interests need to be established in all towns where new refugee accommodation is envisaged, so as to ensure local concerns are addressed and asylum seekers can be accommodated.
One of the west of Ireland's best known charity activists estimates that he will have walked some 10,000 miles in 30 years, when he returns from his latest endeavour, a Bay to Bay Walk from Waterford to Galway, this week. Ronan Scully is asking everyone to join him for the final 5km of his mammoth walk to raise funds for some worthy charities.
GALWAY GIG-goers are in for a real treat next week when the London African Gospel Choir brings its acclaimed staging of Paul Simon’s classic album Graceland to Leisureland, Salthill.
A group of local business people are getting their beards shaved in aid of Cancer Care West and Aids partnership with Africa.
Currently running at the Black Gate Cultural Centre is Failte Africa, an exhibition of paintings by Nasir El Safi, a Sudanese journalist and artist who came to Ireland two years ago and has been living in the direct provision system.
NUI Galway student Róisín McManus is representing Ireland at the major international Future News Worldwide Summit for young journalism students in London this week. This is the second year that an NUI Galway journalism student has been chosen for the summit.
A fundraising cycle in aid of Nurture Africa - an Irish charity based in Nansana, Uganda, will take place on Sunday, July 21.
“Shall we bake bread together and churn some butter, and talk about things that really matter?” asks Manchán Magan, the presenter of the seventy minute bilingual show, 'Arán & Im', which explores what makes Irish so unique and potent. 'Arán & Im' comes to Roscommon Arts Centre on this Friday, JUly 5, with a performance time of 8pm.