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EU Commissioner, Carna native Máire Geoghegan-Quinn, is to be honoured by NUI Galway.
Eileen McMahon, a UK based solicitor came to East Clare in June 2008 to take a short sabbatical to write her book on psychological trauma. She had always worked on trauma cases during her 20 years career in personal injury litigation.
Anne McGovern from Newport received the Operation Smile Volunteer Award for Outstanding Commitment and Volunteerism from the charity at its 10th anniversary ball last month. The event marked a decade of Operation Smile in Ireland and was attended by the charity’s international founders Dr Bill and Kathy Magee, by whom Anne was presented her award.
The people of Mayo are being urged this week to get behind Mission Sunday, which takes place this coming weekend, October 20.
Friday, October 11 sees Ballina Art Centre hosting Beatle Mal - a one-man show written and performed by Nik Wood-Jones, a life-long Beatles fan. This play provides great entertainment and is perfect for lovers of Beatles music and 1960s pop culture. The meteoric rise to fame of the Beatles began in 1963, so exactly 50 years on it is quite appropriate that this new imaginative drama, with original music, should be presented to a wider audience.
NUI Galway’s Community Knowledge Initiative will host US entrepreneur and innovator, Sonal Shah for a keynote address this moprning Thursday, 3 October.
The Connaught Rangers, the legendary British Army regiment whose members were drawn from the west of Ireland and who were stationed in Galway, will be subject of a new exhibition.
LotusEater are a four piece trip/rock band who will perform at the Roscommon Arts Centre gallery as part of their ongoing collaboration with artist Aoibheann Greenan. The band’s performance will incorporate the costumes and props that have, up until that point, acted as sculptural assemblages in the gallery space. The band will activate the works within the space and will be the closing act for Greenan’s solo exhibition in the gallery space.
Some of the top names in the world of Bollywood have targetted Galway and the west of Ireland as strong locations for several Indian blockbuster movies to be shot over the next few years.
Deep-sea exploration and salvage experts Odyssey Marine Exploration has set a new world record after recovering silver bullion worth up to €26 million from the wreck of the SS Gairsoppa, a 412-foot steel-hulled British cargo ship that was torpedoed by a German U-boat during World War II and sunk off the Galway coast in February 1941.