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Emirates, the world’s largest international airline, is returning to Galway this month with new recruitment drives in three locations to help fulfil the airline’s cabin crew requirements, which are growing in line with the dynamic expansion of the company.
When watching a film, one often fails to appreciate the sheer scale of the process and the work that goes into every little detail, every creative intricacy, that fills the screen.
After his visit to Britain and Ireland, from 1826 -1828, Prince Hermann, Furst Von Puckler-Muskau returned to Germany, and wrote about his travels with great good humour and vigour. His book, Tour of a German Prince (published in 1830, in four volumes), was an instant success. Translated into English the following year it was a best seller, and a topic of conversation, in both England and America.
Athlone Institute of Technology student John Travers has qualified for the Irish team to compete in the u23 European Cross Country Championships in Budapest.
Westport Film Club will host a screening of the 1940 James Stewart comedy The Shop Around the Corner at its next screening on Wednesday, December 5 at 8.45pm in Westport Cineplex.
MAKING ITS first visit to Ireland, The Russian Theatre-Studio from Budapest are in the Town Hall Theatre on Thursday September 20 with Doctor Chekhov, which combines a number of Chekhov’s stories into a compelling play. The production will be performed in Russian, with English surtitles.
Universal Honda, in conjunction with Clonskeagh Motors in Dublin, recently appointed Olympian Gráinne Murphy as a brand ambassador for Honda in Ireland.
A seminar will be held in the g Hotel next week with the objective of assisting Irish people who have purchased property in Budapest. The seminar, organised by Budapest’s Tower Property Group, will cover areas such as property management, rentals, taxation, and sales, and will also give important updates on current market conditions.
The collapse of Communism and its legacy for Eastern Europe and the implosion of the Irish economy and its ramifications for our State are two major themes which will be explored in this year’s TULCA festival.
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