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The funeral of Valerie French-Kilroy took place yesterday in her native Cork.
GALWAY WRITER Brian Coughlan is a clever comedic writer in the Alan McMonagle/Karl MacDermott mode. His characters tend to be no good types, the sort who, in what the career guidance teachers of my youth called the real world, end up in middle management, or as unsuccessful Fianna Fáil county council candidates. Such characters populate Coughlan's short story collection, Wattle & Daub.
With just two rounds of fixtures remaining, Buccaneers enter the last chance saloon when they square up to Garryowen in their final home match of this season’s Ulster Bank League on Saturday.
The Shamrock Lodge Hotel will host a spectacular vintage wedding fair from 12 midday to 5pm on Sunday, January 14, 2018.
uam Stadium on Sunday afternoon, many supporters felt Mountbellew-Moylough, based on their form over the past few months, and Corofin's lack of urgency all season - paticularly in their one-point win over Annaghdown - had a fighting chance of pulling off a surprise result.
Relay For Life is a 24 hour event that celebrates the lives of cancer survivors, remembers those lost to the disease, and fights back by raising money to fund vital research and services.
A national recruitment day aimed at offering jobs to people home for the festive season is to take place on December 29.
A fortnight ago, Westport House's annual open day in aid of and in celebration of the 50th anniversary of Western Care Association was held and it was a massive success. They were blessed with great weather, a great turnout, great atmosphere, great entertainment, great craic and a really great charity. Westport House was delighted to announce that €10,000 was raised through the event for Western Care. Both Western Care and Westport House would like to thank all of the people who gave generously to all the bucket shakers and in the raffle - instead of paying for admission to Westport House on the day.
A CHALLENGE two Galway musicians set themselves, and embodied in their band name, has resulted in the last thing they probably expected - a European tour from June to August, and gigs in Asia in September.
TONIGHT, WEDNESDAY May 18, Galway’s Fregoli Theatre Company wind up its successful national tour of Jarlath Tivnan’s terrific play, Pleasure Ground, at the Town Hall Theatre.