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Budget 2015

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Following Ireland’s exit from the EU/IMF recovery programme and in the context of projected GDP growth of 4.7 per cent for 2014 and 3.9 per cent for 2015, Ministers Noonan and Howlin announced their budgetary measures for 2015 which have been set out below. More detail will be included in the Finance Bill to be published later this month.

It's all a matter of taste

Restaurants and pubs in Loughrea have a fair selection of good quality meals using locally sourced ingredients and pub snacks. The hotels too have locally sourced cuisine on the menu with great local lamb and beef farmed nearby. As in any sizeable town there are, of course, takeaways offering fast food, fish and chips, Indian, and Chinese. For something a cut above you cannot go wrong with the pizza and pasta at il Porcetto from the affordably priced menu. The Hungry Bookworm, a lovely eclectic cafe and wine bar where you can enjoy variations on classic dishes while also perusing the literary classics, is well worth exploring too.

Winter and spring with the Galway Film Society

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WITH THE New Year upon us it is time for Galway film buffs and those looking for movies with a difference to consider what the Galway Film Society has on offer in its winter and spring schedule of screenings.

Galway Film Society’s new season opens with Le Week-End

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As the New Year approaches it is time for Galway to look ahead towards new resolutions and experiences. For those searching for something different on a Sunday evening, the Galway Film Society has announced its winter and spring schedule of screenings taking place in the Town Hall Theatre from January 19 to March 23.

Former advisor to Hugo Chavez to give public lecture in Galway

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Professor James Petras, a senior political analyst and adviser on Latin American affairs in the US, and a former advisor to Hugo Chavez, is to speak in Galway.

Gael Garcia Bernal says No

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MEXICAN FILM star Gael Garcia Bernal takes the lead role in Chilean movie No, to be shown in the Town Hall Theatre this weekend.

Three months, ten films, and a world of cinema

FILM STARS Marion Cotillard and Gael Garcia Bernal; leading directors like Nadine Labaki and Jacques Audiard; settings ranging from French vineyards to Lebanese villages; and genres as diverse as thrillers and romances - all make up the new Galway Film Society season.

Three months, ten films, and a world of cinema

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FILM STARS Marion Cotillard and Gael Garcia Bernal; leading directors like Nadine Labaki and Jacques Audiard; settings ranging from French vineyards to Lebanese villages; and genres as diverse as thrillers and romances - all make up the new Galway Film Society season.

Foxford plans for The Gathering 2013

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The Gathering Ireland, the Fáilte Ireland tourism initiative, has the potential to rekindle relationships with relatives, neighbours, and friends, while forging new ones with the Irish Diaspora across the globe. The Foxford community in association with Ireland Reaching Out, the not for profit organisation, are working through voluntary effort at parish, village and townland level, to identify those who emigrated, and trace them and their descendants worldwide. Traditionally, the town, like most towns in the west of Ireland, suffered from the effects of emigration, the loss of family members, and a missing generation in the community, effectively leaving townlands devoid of their former population. Unfortunately, emigration has once again became a modern day reality as our young people seek out opportunities across Europe, Australia, and the USA.

On the Wine Shelf...

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Marques de Casa Concha Cabernet Sauvignon 2009 (Independents €14.99)

 

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