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A spinning world

THE TAPESTRY of Colum McCann’s novel Let The Great World Spin is so rich and deep, so varied and rewarding, that the book needs to be read several times before it can be fully appreciated.

New child and adolescent counselling service

A new and innovative counselling service is being launched in Galway this month.

Yoga and body sculpturing classes in Headford and Cong

Niamh Jones, owner of Xhaleyoga in Headford, has more than 10 years’ experience working in the yoga, healing, and fitness industry. She was introduced to Bikram hot yoga in Australia and went on to Los Angeles, California, to train with Bikram Choudry. She was the first to bring Bikram yoga to Ireland and Galway some eight years ago. She is also a certified Ashtanga yoga instructor and specialises in yoga therapy for back problems. She continues to train with some of the world’s best known teachers.

Keegan return with Of Mice and Men

WASHINGTON’S VAUNTED Keegan Theatre Company make their annual visit to Galway next week when they bring the John Steinbeck classic Of Mice and Men to the Town Hall Theatre.

Immerse in 60s folk with Julie Felix

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Julie Felix, one of the all time greats of the 60s folk music boom, is about to embark on her annual tour of Ireland, following her 2008 tour, which was a complete sell out of at all venues -including The Passionfruit Theatre on Thursday October 1.

Boost as Creganna buys US med sciences company

Galway-based medical devices group Creganna has acquired US-headquartered Tactx Medical in a deal that it says will increase its revenues by 50 per cent.

Swinford priest who was chaplain in San Quentin State Prison passes away

Fr Denis McManus from Swinford died peacefully on Christmas Day 2009 at the Spiritan (Holy Ghost) nursing home in Kimmage Manor, Dublin.

Boost as Creganna buys US med sciences company

Galway-based medical devices group Creganna has acquired US-headquartered Tactx Medical in a deal that it says will increase its revenues by 50 per cent.

Local medical device developer secures additional €2m in funding

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Local medical device developer Crospon has reason to celebrate on the double with the news that it has secured an additional €2 million in funding and that its flagship gastroenterology product has received clearance from the US Food and Drugs Administration.

Kenny’s to celebrate seventy years in business

Kenny’s will celebrate a major milestone in 2010 as is the family’s 70th year in business and the world famous bookshop and gallery has a number of events planned to mark the occasion.

 

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