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NUI Galway Executive MBA students undertake major strategic study with Alan Kerins Projects

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In a unique collaboration, the graduating Executive MBA class at NUI Galway have completed a strategic study of the Alan Kerins Projects (AKP) charity. The study was undertaken with NUI Galway lecturer, Mike Moroney, during the second and final-year of the Executive MBA programme and was conducted on a pro bono basis. The study was presented to Alan Kerins and the board of AKP at a recent function at NUI Galway.

Spring in to Easter for Dermot Hennessy fund raising appeal

On Monday March 29 a flower arranging and gardening evening will take place in the Bloomfield House Hotel at 7.30pm.

Nob Nation will bring the laughs to Castlebar tonight

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2fm’s popular radio comedy series the Nob Nation show is coming to the Royal TF Theatre Castlebar tonight Friday March 26. The show’s mimic Oliver Callan who broadcasts daily on 2fm has sold out live shows across the country as part of a nation-wide tour from Wexford to Monaghan and Dublin’s Olympia Theatre. A great night's entertainment is guaranteed. Tickets are available from €28 on www.ticketmaster.ie as well as from The Royal Box Office on 0818 300 000. For further information check The Royal Theatre and Event Centre website on: www.theroyal.ie or www.ticketmaster.ie.

Family affair at the Linenhall

Top Irish violinist Geraldine O’Grady and her daughter and fellow-violinist Oonagh Keogh join forces for a very special concert the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Thursday, February 11 at 8pm. Geraldine O’Grady has been in the forefront of Irish music since she graduated from the Paris Conservatoire with the coveted Premier Prix and First Place, and has had a distinguished international career as recitalist and soloist with major symphony orchestras. Geraldine’s daughter, Oonagh Keogh, is a graduate of the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London and has an honours MA from the University of Limerick. She has performed extensively as a soloist and is a member of the much-acclaimed Irish Chamber Orchestra.

Music obsession to replace ‘economic depression’ at Westport Music Festival

Music obsession is set to replace economic depression at this year’s Westport Music Festival. The doom and gloom forecast in the tourism and accommodation sectors will surly be boosted by the influx of thousands of music fans from right around the country for the week-long festival this year.

September start date confirmed for Ballina trial traffic plan

Ballina Town Council has confirmed a September starting date for new traffic plans for Ballina. Initially the town council and Mayo County Council hoped to begin the phased introduction of the proposals this summer, but a September starting date has been confirmed with all of the trial measures being introduced on a phased basis.

Schools benefit from school business partnership

The Minister for Education and Science, Batt O’Keeffe T.D, has officially launched The Schools’ Business Partnership’s Annual Report 2007/2008 The Schools’ Business Partnership (SBP), an innovative programme within the Business in the Community Ireland portfolio, matches companies and local schools throughout Ireland.

Karate club team chop out competition in junior champs

Carlow Karate club members shone in Slovenia this month in the Junior Karate World Championships.

Cats get the cream just not the points

Kilkenny 20 Longford 18

West Side Story at The Black Box

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WEST SIDE Story, one of the great American musicals, will be staged in The Black Box theatre by Encore Theatre Company from November 7 to 14 with a matinee and evening performance on Sunday 9.

 

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