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Lazik to play Kelly’s next Wednesday

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Kelly’s will play host to a gig from Lazik on Friday June 13, at 9pm, as part of the Galway Sessions. This enthusiastic and energetic musical combo consists of members from Ireland, France, the Netherlands, Germany and Belgium.

Council takes months to turnaround local authority houses, report reveals

The average turnaround time for making vacant houses ready for occupation in Galway City is between two to five months, it was revealed yesterday in a national survey of local authority housing stock.

Galway win powerboat challenge

Galway teenagers have claimed the honours and a new rescue boat at the finals of the ISA Yachtsman Euromarine Rib Challenge.

The Mix – paintings by Dara Ennis at Tuar Ard

Tuar Ard, Moate is showing an art exhibition by Dara Ennis from now until April 29. Dara’s work uses the figurative and landscapes to showcase her concepts. These concepts range from the need for tranquility to how our environment affects our mental and physical wellbeing.

Athlone, Glasson and Mullingar earn Seafood Circle awards

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Smith’s SuperValu, Monksland, Athlone; Glasson Village Restaurant; and The Fish Market in Mullingar were all awarded membership to the prestigious BIM Seafood Circle for 2011 this week.

Dean Crowe hosts art exhibition for Culture Night

As part of Westmeath Culture Night, the beautiful Seeking Calm exhibition is opening in the Dean Crowe Theatre in Athlone on Friday September 24 from 6pm to 9pm and running until October 30. This is the artist Dara Enniss’ first solo exhibition, showcasing paintings of vistas by the sea.

Mayo interest in Round Ireland race

Audrey Mc Govern from Newport and her husband Paul Adamson are competing in this week’s Round Ireland Yacht Race. Paul and Audrey will be sailing on Intuition, a reflex 38’, one of two yachts entered from their company Sailing West. Sailing West is a yachting centre based in Dun Laoghaire, Dublin, offering a whole range of yachting activities including race training, cruising courses, team building, and entertainment.

Kilkenny company sailing to success

A Cuffesgrange-based marine services company has installed a new, state-of-the-art, marina incorporating floating breakwater pontoons - in Ireland's oldest yacht club, the Royal St George Yacht Club in Dun Laoghaire, Co Dublin.

GTI art students achieve high scores

TEN GTI art portfolio preparation students have been accepted to the National College of Art and Design, with two of the students - Emma Finn and Sylwia Starkowska - scoring 950 and 915 respectively out of a possible 1000.

Credit unions could get Mayo back to work

Sinn Féin councillor Therese Ruane has called on Mayo County Enterprise Board to meet with Credit Unions across the county to initiate a small business loan scheme. Cllr Ruane believes that such a scheme would save dozens of small businesses and hundreds of jobs across Mayo.


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