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A young Castlebar robotics entrepreneur has really impressed the people over at Nissan.
One of the great moments in the 20 year history of the annual Lady Gregory Autumn Gathering, was the arrival Lady Gregory’s two surviving grandchildren, Anne de Winton, and Catherine Kennedy. They drove up the avenue at speed, let their dog out for a run, and came over to the welcoming crowd grinning broadly.
Castlebar is set for a welcome boost today (Friday) when Vaughan Shoes opens its doors in the iconic corner building on Main Street formerly occupied by Hynes Shoes.
Kenya's David Rudisha, the current Olympic 800m champion and world record holder, and Brother Colm O'Connell, coach to 25 world champions and five Olympic champions, will participate in various activities in the city from September 11 to 16.
The Galway Film Fleadh will mark its 25th anniversary next month when the film festival screens the world premiere of Life’s a Breeze, starring Pat Shortt and Fionnula Flanagan.
The Irish Film Institute presents A Mayo Ciné-Concert, a fascinating programme of archival films about Mayo accompanied by live music performance at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Tuesday, February 5 at 8pm. This remarkable programme of films from the IFI Irish Film Archive features films made in and about Mayo by amateur and professional filmmakers. It includes: Whaling Afloat and Ashore - the earliest documentary made in Ireland filmed at a whaling station on Iniskea in 1908.
NUI Galway recently launched the new Colm Ó hEocha Bursary, established in memory of a former university president and as a further promotion of third level education through the Irish language.
David Rooney of Raheny Shamrocks AC won this year’s Corrib Oil Streets of Galway 8k Road Race from a field of more than 2,500 runners.
As the Financial Regulator concludes his review on the banking sector, he is turning his attention to Credit Unions. His recent stress tests on Credit Unions are expected to show increased provision requirements on loan books and this is causing intense debate on the sector’s future direction.
Kilkenny’s second biggest primary school and the country’s second biggest Gaelscoil will celebrate its first 25 years of growth at a gala function in Hotel Kilkenny on Friday, May 28.