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Two Athlone primary schools will receive funding as part of the ‘summer works’ project, it has been announced by Minister for Education and Skills, Joe McHugh TD.
FROM THE rallies which led to the repeal of the Eight Amendment in Ireland, to the Black Lives Matter movement in the US, to Palestinian demonstrations against Israeli occupation, our polarised world has seen an upsurge of protest.
EROTICA AND sexuality are the provocative and alluring themes of a bold new exhibition opening this Saturday, in both the Town Hall Theatre bar and the Black Gate Cultural Centre on St Francis Street.
Ace marksman Enda Curran opened his goal account for Athlone Town last Friday night (August 4) as his penalty kick salvaged a point for the home side against bottom club Wexford FC at Lissywollen.
Two Athlone primary schools this week lined out with Paul O’Connell for the National Aldi Play Rugby Festival held at the Aviva Stadium.
AS IT is Valentine's week, the Town Hall Bar Theatre bar and the new Black Gate Cultural Centre, on Francis Street, joined forces to mark the occasion and host an exhibition entitled Desire, celebrating matters romantic, carnal, and rapturous.
Whether it’s for a hardwearing school jumper or school tights in a matching colour, Burgess has everything you’ll need to make sure the kids are fully kitted out going back to school and throughout the school year.
On Friday November 29 1940, a tiny new bookshop opened its doors for the first time on High Street in Galway city. Little could its proprietors, Des and Maureen Kenny, have then envisaged that this modest business start-up – embarked upon when Ireland was in the early stages of World War II rationing - would go on to be one of Ireland’s foremost bookshops and art galleries and, over its six decades, a valued friend to many of the country’s most eminent writers and artists.
THE KENNY Gallery and Bookshop has reached its 75th year in business and to mark this platinum milestone, it hosts an exhibition, celebrating through 75 different objects, the fascinating history of this family-owned Galway institution.