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Judge Mary Devins is to decide today (Friday) what to do with a man who used a hammer to smash the windows of a Ballina butcher shop in the small hours of March 23 last, causing almost €4,000 worth of damage.
GALWAY’S BLUE Teapot Theatre Company take to the stage of the Town Hall Theatre on Monday November 24 at 8pm with a welcome revival of their highly-acclaimed play, Sanctuary.
ANDERS LANDSTRÖM, a producer and executive producer of the extraordinary Swedish crime drama series The Bridge is to speak at the Galway Film Centre’s annual film and TV seminar.
Multi-award winning Newport company, Kelly’s Butchers, collected another prestigious prize last week - this time at the Connacht final of the Ulster Bank Business Achievers Awards.
De Búrca’s Traditional Butcher Shop on Main Street, Castlebar, has been announced as one of the regional finalists in the Bank of Ireland Start-up of the Year Awards 2014 in the category of Food and Drink Entrepreneurial Start-up.
A small butcher shop in Kiltimagh is on the pig’s back after winning a top national award for its homemade, spicy, Italian sausages.
EMMY AWARD winning director, Dearbhla Walsh, and leading casting director, Maureen Hughes are coming to Galway in October to tutor auditioning workshops.
On the morning of April 27 1746 the Duke of Cumberland calmly moved his army of 8,000 men into position before a colourful Scottish array of 7,000 highlanders, including about 150 Irishmen then serving in the Irish Brigade in France. The place was Culloden, south east of Inverness.
Jimmy Cullen, who works in Tesco Ballina, has been named the winner of the Service Superstar category of the 2014 Tesco Ireland Values Awards, it has been announced. This is the third year of the Tesco Ireland Values Awards, which took place at a special ceremony in the DoubleTree Hilton Hotel in Dublin on Wednesday, July 2. The awards recognise excellence amongst Tesco staff and employees are nominated by colleagues in 10 different categories for their notable contributions to communities across Ireland.
THE END of the world takes place in the Galway Arts Centre, Dominick Street, tomorrow evening. It has been foretold, there is no going back. It will happen.