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Keith Barry brings his deadly sins to Athlone

Since the start of 2012 Keith has been constantly touring with his new show Eight Deadly Sins and next month it comes to Athlone.

Rugby legend is special guest in Oughterard

One of Ireland’s most renown rugby players, Fergus Slattery, will be the guest of honour a Oughterard Rugby Cub “start of the season” open day on Saturday.

Athlone man makes mark in Australia

A talented young Athlone man has found himself in demand in his adopted home in Australia.

Company founded by Galway sport scientist signs deal to work with Olympic athletes

A company based in IT Sligo’s Innovation Centre which provides an applied bio marker (Blood and Saliva) testing service for elite athletes around the world, has signed a contract with the Irish Institute of Sport. ORRECO will work with the cream of Ireland’s high performance athletes, including many who are bound for London 2012.

All woman comedy night @ the Róisín Dubh

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NEXT WEDNESDAY at the Róisín Dubh will be something of a ladies’ night as the bill for the evening will feature four female comedians.

Australians visit the Midlands to recruit for hundreds of tradespeople

The AMVL Employment network is currently in Ireland for the next three weeks, to recruit tradespeople to fill over a hundred vacancies that it urgently needs for positions in Australia. This will include a seminar in the Hodson Bay Hotel, Athlone on March 21. The latest report from the Economic and Social Research Institute shows that 60,000 people will have emigrated in the 12 months up to April, which is more than 1,000 a week. In 2011 a further 40,000 are expected to leave and unfortunately most leave with no job having been secured and arrive with the hope of getting a position when they arrive. The AMVL Employment Network is one of the only agencies that presently offers employment as part of its visa services and is urgently requiring people to fill positions in the areas of diesel fitters, motor mechanics, metal machinists, metal fabricators, auto electricians.

The Coronas - foreign adventures and hanging with Macca

THERE IS a rare buzz to playing live - standing on a stage in front of hundred of people wqho know the words of your songs, and will sing them back to you. Live shows and tours also lead you to have some crazy adventures and, if you are lucky, the chance to meet a Beatle.

Aran Island Ferries go ‘down under’

Sally O’Brien of Aran Island Ferries – together with other leading tourism representatives from around the island of Ireland hit the road in Australia recently, joining Tourism Ireland for a week-long sales blitz to promote Ireland as a top holiday destination. Playing on the huge popularity of talent competitions right now, the theme of this year’s trade mission was “Ireland’s Got Talent”, with 15 of Ireland’s leading tourism operators joining Tourism Ireland ‘Down Under’. Their busy schedule saw them meet with hundreds of Aussie and New Zealander travel agents, tour operators and carriers, as well as influential media contacts in the cities of Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney and Auckland.

The Coronas - foreign adventures and hanging with Macca

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DECEMBER IS going to be a amazing month for music fans in the city as three of Ireland’s leading bands - Two Door Cinema Club, Villagers, and The Coronas - come to Galway for a series of major ‘Róisín Dubh presents...’ concerts.

The Saw Doctors return in a blaze of glory

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The Saw Doctors will play their first public concert in Kilkenny in ten years on Friday October 15, at the Set Theatre to promote their new studio album, The Further Adventures of The Saw Doctors, which TV star and comedian Peter Kay launched at the Olympia Theatre in Dublin at the end of September.


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