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Kilmaine shook off the disappointment of losing the Mayo junior final to Castlebar Mitchels B last weekend and booked their place in the Connacht semi-final with a three point win over Galway kingpins, Glenamaddy.
My name is Naomi Forkan, I go to school in the Jes. I have a great passion for food and I have learnt to cook at a very young age as my father is a chef and food is a big part of the house. I work in our family run business called moycullengreenfoods located in Eyre Square where Galway's atmosphere shines. I began to find myself really enjoying my working environment with my sister and meeting new people every day. I love interacting with people as I have a really bubbly personality. I find myself a very caring person, I started volunteering as a member of the order of Malta, as I have a keen interest in becoming a paramedic after I finish school and see this a great opportunity to gain as much knowledge in that field.
One of Ireland’s best homegrown talents will take to the stage at Karma Athlone on Friday, December 21.
For nearly a decade, the standard practice in Ireland for treating stings by the Portuguese man o’ war jellyfish (Physalia physalis) is to rinse with seawater and then apply ice, however, in a new study published last week, scientists from NUI Galway have found those measures are actually among the worst things to do if stung.
HER SURNAMES are Irish, her parentage is Afro-Carribean, she grew up with Seventh Day Adventists, and she is an LGBT writer; Yrsa Daley-Ward is a one-woman rainbow coalition. This month, Cúirt audiences can savour her exhilaratingly raw and sensual writing when she reads at the Town Hall Theatre.
The Skeff Late Bar and Kitchen has a MEGA competition running on their Facebook page at the moment. This one will surely put a song in your heart.
The death has taken place of Mr James Lydon, popularly known as Jimmy, who in his day was director/owner of LydonHouse, and owner of numerous pubs and restaurants locally, including Tea Time Express, Dublin. He employed more than 360 people. He was a passionate promoter of Galway, and a charming, erudite, man who was always willing to offer practical advice to people starting in business. President Michael D Higgins was in attendance at his funeral on Saturday.
Eamon Morrissey, one of our best loved actors, comes to the Town Hall Theatre next week with his latest, much acclaimed, one-man show, Maeve’s House, inspired by the writings of the brilliant short story writer Maeve Brennan.
FREDDIE WHITE may live in Sydney these days, but the Cork singer-songwriter has never forgotten his roots, and is coming back to Ireland to play a nationwide tour.
MORRISSEY’S SOLO career could be characterised as a three act play, with a dramatic opening, a sagging middle section, and a triumphant - and still ongoing - third act.