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Who are these Spanish and why are they coming? And should we be scared?
Students in transition year are no doubt aware of the great opportunities that this year has to offer. As far as French is concerned, there is no better way to learn and appreciate the language than to spend some time in the country.
The Galway Alliance Against War will hold a Vigil at the Wilde statue on Williamsgate Street today at 1pm to mark the seventh anniversary of the war in Afghanistan.
Although the run up to Christmas is the busiest shopping time of the year, this week shoppers are being asked to take some time out from consumerism for Buy Nothing Day 2008.
Start your New Year à la Française by joining a French class in the pleasant, friendly, environment of the French Institute. Whether you wish to enhance your professional profile, prepare for your holidays in France, get good grades in your French Junior or Leaving Cert exam, give a head start to your children, or plan a new life in France, the French Institute has a course to suit you.
Last week I asked restaurants to send me an e-mail about any special offers or particularly good value meals available. Coincidentally there were some offers advertised in the same issue and I will list below what is available.
Twenty years ago, in April 1989, Frank and Ellen Heneghan opened their first cafe in The Bridge Mills. They painstakingly restored the derelict corn mill that had functioned until the 1970s.
Work by well known local photographer Pat O’Connor is now being displayed in Zhivago.
Once upon a time the Oslo was Galway’s most popular dance spot, and now thanks to a couple of insightful entrepreneurs the 60s dance hall is being given a new lease of life.
Local businessman Frank Heneghan is set to create 20 new jobs with the opening of The Co-op, a new bar/restaurant/venue in Moycullen on September 18.