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There will be a Charity Night in The Left Bank, on August 19 next in an effort to raise money for Haiti and Brainwave — The Irish Epilepsy Association.
EMMET SCANLAN & What The Good Thought make a return to their native city of Galway to play The Crane Bar on Sunday at 9pm.
Nigel and Carol Harper opened a new ice cream and milk shake bar, ‘Treats by Cramer’s Grove’, at the Goods Shed Market last December.
Irish NGO Haven, and George Hook, will visit Galway tomorrow (Friday) in an effort to recruit volunteers for the organisation’s Build It Week in Haiti. This will be the last time the event takes place in its current format.
Galway city native Liam Warden is among six SERVE volunteers undertaking a gruelling cycle from Malin Head to Mizen Head. The six day cycle commences on May 22 and hopes to spread the message of solidarity. The team come from various backgrounds and locations all across the country.
EMMET SCANLAN & What the Good Thought will play a charity gig in the Druid Theatre this Sunday at 7pm with the proceeds going to the Haven Partnership, which is building homes in Haiti.
A Castlebar native who is making his mark as one of Ireland’s leading online education providers, has increased his workforce by 20 per cent to meet growing international demand.
Finally a great excuse to watch Sky 1’s dance show Got To Dance — Young solo dancer Siobhan Phelan whose father Regan Phelan is from The Butts in Kilkenny is the only solo Irish dancer in the competition and at just nine years old is in the final 28 out of 30,000 applicants.
A doctor from Rahoon Road in the city is heading to Chad in central Africa to set up an HIV/Aids project.
Irish NGO, Haven, is working solely in Haiti, and has played a central role in responding to the earthquake disaster, which struck the country, one year ago.