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Honda has set new Guinness world records for fuel efficiency, averaging 100.31 miles per gallon in an 8,387 mile, 25 day, drive across all 24 EU contiguous countries.
Honda has set new Guinness world records for fuel efficiency, averaging 100.31 miles per gallon in an 8,387 mile drive across 24 EU countries.
THE CLASSIC Broadway musical Peter Pan is set to light up the Town Hall Theatre ’s August programme and captivate Galway audiences in a new staging from Twin Productions.
It may have taken only two games to get this far, but come 2.30pm in Ennis tomorrow and the chance to win a Celtic Cross over the next 60 minutes, every ball will be contested as ferociously as if it were the senior equivalent in Croke Park on Sunday September 23.
It is a normally a once in a lifetime thing for most people, some get a second chance at it, but for the vast majority it is a one shot deal. Getting to an All Ireland Club final is the most special occasion for anyone involved in a club. It is the pure essence of what the GAA is about, the smallest unit of the organisation, making it all the way to the greatest stage that it possibly can. While the All Ireland senior club championships have been one of the highlights of the GAA calendar for decades now, the introduction of the All Ireland championship at junior and intermediate level has brought the ability to achieve the ultimate to every club in the country which has a rutted field, a run down club house, and puts out a team into championship action every year, against the odds of modern life, the depopulation of rural Ireland, and the mass youth emigration that is currently happening across the isle.
Efforts to rezone a site on Shantalla Road to allow for a major Tesco supermarket may have received the support of the Galway City Council, but it could still be turned down if the Environment Minister Phil Hogan deems it to contravene his Department’s guidelines.
Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin has been called on to intervene in the controversial attempt to re-zone a former timber yard on the Rahoon/Seamus Quirke Road into a major shopping centre.
The need to defend and support the arts in a climate of economic devastation, a political ideology of savage cuts to front line services, and ‘socialism for the rich, capitalism for the poor’ has never been more pressing.
Fergal McGrath will step down as manager of the Town Hall Theatre Galway at the end of the year to make way for the return of Michael Diskin when the latter’s leave of absence ends.