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Karen McManus from Catwalk Model Agency pictured showcasing a preview of the hair and Lancôme make-up look currently on trend on all the catwalks ahead of the Irish Fashion Innovation Awards 2014 next week. The fifth annual awards will take place at the Radisson Blu Hotel and Spa, Galway, on Holy Thursday April 17, where designers from all over Ireland will battle it out in a number of categories with Natalie B Coleman special guest on the night.
RUTH QUINLAN, Jennifer Matthews, Pat McDonnell, and Colm Scully will read at the Cúirt Over The Edge Showcase Reading.
Learn how to get the most out of Twitter at a free briefing event organised by Irish Times Training, which will take place in Galway next month.
Harry McGee, political correspondent with the Irish Times has been named as the most recent appointment to NUI Galway’s governing authority, Údarás na hOllscoile. Harry McGee is a native of Galway and an alumnus of NUI Galway, holding a BA (1987), H Dip in Journalism (1989) and an LLB (1993). He studied at King’s Inns and is a barrister. He worked in Galway with The Connacht Tribune before moving to Dublin where he worked with RTÉ, as Special Correspondent with the Sunday Tribune and as Editor of Magill.
Last year was an outstanding one on the road running circuit for Claremorris native and Mayo AC athlete Paula Prendergast. Paula, from Ballybrehony South, lives and works in Dublin. She was named most Improved female runner in Mayo, an annual award sponsored by Ballyhaunis native Frank Greally, editor of Irish Runner magazine in recognition of performances in both the 2013 Mayo AC League and other events.
Ever wondered how research at NUI Galway affects you, your family, and your community? The public are invited to a competition which might just answer that question tonight Thursday December 12, at 7.30 pm in An Taibhdhearc Theatre, Galway City Centre.
Land Rover has proven to be the most successful manufacturer in the 2014 4x4 Magazine awards. It secured two class wins and the ultimate 4x4 of the Year title.
ACT with Samaritans is a joint venture between ACT for Meningitis and Samaritans Galway who for one evening have joined forces together to host a Celebrity Soccer Match at Deacy Park on Friday November 29 7.30pm. As well as raising money for both charities the aim of the event is to raise the profile of both organizations and to encourage people to come forward and seek support.
HE POETS Elaine Feeney, Stephen Murray, and Alan Jude Moore will launch their new collections in De Burgo’s this Saturday at 4pm.
The relics of one of the Catholic Church’s most popular saints will visit Galway Cathedral on Tuesday.