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Afternoon tea, jazz and magic at the g

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A very special fundraising afternoon in aid of the National Breast Cancer Research Institute will be held at the g Hotel on Sunday October 13. The event entitled ‘Afternoon Tea, Jazz and Magic at the g’ will feature music from jazz singer, Michelle Lally following the recent release of her new album ‘A Moment in Time’, accompanied by Pianist Colm Henry and Saxophonist Bertránd Huvé and magic from mentalist and magician, Aidan Murphy.

Two Galway breweries among the line-up at Ireland’s largest craft brew gathering

Bridewell Brewery from Clifden and Galway Hooker from Oranmore are among the exhibitors for The Alltech Craft Brews and Food Fair 2019, Ireland’s largest craft drinks gathering, which will take place in the Convention Centre Dublin next month.

Bus Éireann board makes plans in wake of dispute

The board of Bus Éireann agreed this week to sign off on the company’s 2016 financial statements and formally approved a budget for 2017 along with a new business plan.

Magic and mayhem at The Snug

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Prepare to go on a magical journey at The Snug Bar this weekend!

The first co-ed class in the Jes

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St Ignatius College’ on Sea Road opened its doors for the first time in 1862. The Jesuits built a residence and a church at the same time and the move proved to be a success for them. Attendances at Mass and ceremonies grew rapidly. The college, however, was more of a challenge. The boys ranged in age from nine to 13 and the subjects taught included mathematics, Latin, Greek, and elocution. The numbers at first were as expected. They grew steadily to 90 in 1865 and reached 110 by 1874, but they began to fall thereafter and were inconsistent from year to year. The number recorded for 1899 was 49. 

 

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