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If you are planning some winter sun holidays, the advice from Corrib Travel is as always to book as soon as possible.
BLACK METAL, death metal, noise drone, and grindcore, and some of the finest Irish practitioners of these musical dark arts will gather in Galway to play at this weekend's Dark Arts Festival 2016.
THE TOWN Hall Theatre bar is currently hosting a fine photography exhibition by Irish artist Tony Carragher which is well worth making the effort to catch before it finishes on August 10.
NUI Galway-based clinician Dr Derek O’Keeffe will participate in a live, public, video link-up with the crew aboard NASA’s Aquarius undersea research station next week. Dr O’Keeffe, a clinical fellow at NUI Galway, has been selected as the flight surgeon for telemedicine for the mission.
The victims of the Orlando massacre, the worst mass shooting in US history, and the greatest act of homophobic violence since WWII, will be commemorated at a special candle lit vigil in Eyre Square tomorrow.
Dalgan Restaurant/gastro Bar on the main street in Ballyhaunis, right beside the church, is the newest, hip, funky gastro bar in the county. This totally refurbished building rivals the best in London at the moment, and so does the menu. Beautifully finished, outside and in, the first thing we noticed was the modern bar, as you step inside. The restaurant is warm and inviting, candlelit tables, polished tile and wooden flooring, a nice mix of sofas and chairs with a modern clean blue and white theme.
Foxford Church of Ireland welcomes well known country and gospel singer, James Kilbane, for an evening of country hymns and songs of faith on Sunday March 6 at 7pm.
Galway-based coffee chain Mocha Beans have become the first coffee shop chain in the Republic of Ireland to be accredited with the Friendly WiFi symbol and will soon be displaying the ‘Friendly WiFi’ symbol across their stores. This means that their public WiFi service has been checked and verified to meet a minimum level of content filtering making their service safe for children and young people when browsing the internet.
There has been some good news on the local jobs front with the anouncement by Galway based IT security company TitanHQ that it is to create ten highly skilled technology jobs over the next year as the company continues to grow internationally.
TitanHQ formerly SpamTitan Technologies, a world leader in email and web security solutions for business, is preparing for the future by incorporating all their great products under one umbrella brand. SpamTitan Technologies (now TitanHQ) has undergone a total brand review and today unveiled its new company name, TitanHQ, logo and website to support its continued.