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'It’s a doorway, not a crutch'

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CREATIVE ASPERGER'S is the title of a fascinating art exhibition currently running in the Galway City Library comprising portraits of famous individuals who display signs of Asperger syndrome. The work is by Jody Mullarkey who himself has Asperger syndrome and thus brings a keen personal appreciation and insight into his portrayals of the featured personalities.

Young Galway girl writes book in honour of sick cousin 

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A County Galway youngster has published her first book which was inspired by her sick cousin.

Cathy Belton revelling in her role on Red Rock.

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Cathy Belton has excelled at playing a a slightly scary TV character in the form of Red Rock’s Patricia Hennessy so one could be forgiven for thinking the Galway woman might resemble the ice-queen in real life. However the charming, softly spoken, actress could not be more different to the villainous Hennessy matriarch.

Cathy Belton revelling in her role on Red Rock

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Cathy Belton has excelled at playing a a slightly scary TV character in the form of Red Rock’s Patricia Hennessy so one could be forgiven for thinking the Galway woman might resemble the ice-queen in real life. However the charming, softly spoken, actress could not be more different to the villainous Hennessy matriarch.

We Banjo 3 to record new album in Róisín Dubh

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GALWAY FANS of the great We Banjo 3, who want to cheer on the band and have themselves recorded while doing so, should get down to the Róisín Dubh next weekend.

Schoolgirl soprano releases CD for children’s hospice

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A 12-year-old award winning soprano from Co Galway is launching a CD at the end of the month to raise funds for Ireland’s only children’s hospice.

Athlone Film Club screen award-winning French film Amour

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Athlone Film Club continues its winter season with the award-winning French dramatic film , Love (Amour), on Tuesday November 26 at 8pm in the Dean Crowe Theatre. Winner of the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival 2012 and the Oscar for Best Foreign Film 2013, Amour is a film not to be missed.

Sexual desire and betrayal in Closer

ADRIFT IN a cosmopolitan, technological world, a quartet of strangers seek to connect, but find themselves caught in a web of sexual desire and betrayal.

Grandson returns to scene of assassinated RIC inspector

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he car pulled up as one side of the gate had been closed by us for that purpose. A man left the car to open the gate. I didn’t know him. When he got to the gate he got the order “hands up” from Ryan and myself. Instead of complying he dodged for cover out of our sight. We concentrated fire on the car, doing our best to save the women in it. The men in the lodge killed the man who came to open the gate. Blake and the other man in the car were killed and one of the two women. Brigadier Stanford (IRA) was on one knee. A bullet hit the stock of his gun, grazed the inside of his leg above the knee and lodged in the heel of his boot. It must have been from the .32 Colt automatic fired by the man who tried to open the gate. I heard afterwards that this man was Captain Cornwallis and that the other man killed was Lieutenant McReary.

Mullingar’s little princess to star on TV3 this week

Two-year-old Anne Murphy of Mullingar is to feature on TV3’s Ireland AM and Temple Street Children’s Hospital documentary this coming Monday December 12.

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