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The new Amarok will launch in Ireland at the end of 2022 with double cab and four doors, and in some individual markets with a two-door single cab.
The new Amarok will launch in Ireland at the end of 2022 with double cab and four doors (DoubleCab), and in some individual markets with a two-door single cab (SingleCab).
Years ago, there was neither an independent community orchestra nor a musical instrument teaching system in Galway city or county. A handful of schools, mostly run by religious orders, taught a small range of instruments and would put a small orchestra together for their annual school show or operetta, their music teachers being very influential in passing on a love of music to their pupils.
Declan Clarke’s solo exhibition The Last Broadcast opens on 29th April at Galway Arts Centre. A special screening of the exhibition’s central work What Are the Wild Waves Saying? takes place in Galway Arts Centre’s Nuns Island Theatre at 5pm, followed by Q+A with the artist in conversation with author Emilie Pine- author of the bestseller Notes to Self and Professor of Modern Drama at UCD.
There was great excitement in Castlebar on Friday April 1 when the Mayor of Hochstadt, Mr Gerald Brehm and local Sculptor Cathal Mc Carthy were welcomed to Davitt College by Principal Mr Conor O’Reilly.
Global software and Payments leader, Planet, announces it will create 500 new jobs globally, over the coming months of which 100 will be based in Ireland. The new jobs in Ireland will be a blend of hybrid and remote working roles across a variety of sectors including Product Development, Technology and Finance and will be located in Galway, Kilkenny and Dublin.
Finale of ambitious series celebrating Europe’s cultural diversity
Most people who contract Covid-19 get better very quickly, but unfortunately, some continue to experience symptoms and even have additional symptoms develop in the weeks and sometimes months following their infection.
On September 3, 1939 at 11am, many Galwegians listened to the British prime minister’s broadcast declaring war on Germany. Very early the following morning, the following dramatic radio message came through to the Harbour Office. “Norwegian Motor Vessel Knute Nelson picked up 450 shipwrecked people, proceeding Galway. Due tomorrow morning, Tuesday 5th. Please arrange tender for landing same. Also notify pilot on Aran Islands. Please have medical supplies ready, From Master, September 4th”.