Search Results for 'Birmingham'
136 results found.
Last year, Renault remarkably maintained its lead in the European light commercial vehicle market for a remarkable 17th successive year, with a 14.2 per cent market share.
HUNGARIAN CELLIST István Várdai, whose playing The New York Times praised for its “fluidity and virtuosity” and “a fleet-fingered lightness and a rich timbre” is coming to Galway.
Shantalla Place was a little development of 23 houses which were built by a man named Birmingham, Nos 1 to 6 are on the Rahoon Road, and Nos 7 to 23 form a terrace just off that road. Originally, it was called Birmingham Terrace, later Sycamore Drive, before they finally settled on Shantalla Place. Mothers on this terrace used to warn their children not ‘to go down to the scheme’ when the rest of Shantalla was being built.
Oileain Árainn played impressive football and hit some top-class scores over Achill Island in the Connacht Club Junior Football Championship final last Sunday at Tuam Stadium, winning by 0-16 to 0-8.
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.
A POET, a short story writer, and an emerging Galway writer are the readers at Over The Edge in the Galway City Library on Thursday November 20 at 6.30pm.
Bartley O’Sullivan’s great granddaughter returns to the west for the famous Connemara Pony Breeders Show currently taking place in Clifden.
THE BLACK Country is an area of England where the industrial revolution was at its most intense, in cities like Birmingham, Coventry, and Wolverhampton.
Shannon Airport has received more recognition for the strides made in the 18 months since it achieved independence, claiming one of the top honours at the inaugural Irish Aviation Industry Awards.
The History Channel is to broadcast a documentary about well-known seventh son of a seventh son healer, Danny Gallagher, to a global audience later this year.