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Hogan announces €348,921 funding for Connemara projects

Community, sports, and refurbishment projects in Connemara are to benefit from a cash injection of up to €348,921 under the Rural Development Programme.

Galway singer-songwriter to release EP

FOLLOWING HIS win at Bob Geldof’s 2011 International YouBloom Music Awards last December, Rob Wade is back with a new EP.

Galway singer seeks public support in YouBloom final

Galway singer-songwriter Rob Wade, a student of Andres Martorell’s G Voice Studio, has reached the 2011 YouBloom Music Awards final.

Kilkenomics returns with laughter and economics

Following the sell out success of last year’s inaugural economics and comedy festival, Kilkenomics is set to return to Kilkenny from November 2 – 6. Kilkenomics aims to dispel confusion surrounding the current national situation by taking economics out of its conventional spaces and presenting the issues of the day in an accessible and entertaining manner to live audiences.

Greek activist to speak at public meeting on EU/IMF bailout

Greek political activist Giannis Koutras will address a public meeting in Galway tomorrow on the issue of the bank and EU/IMF bailouts.

We should say no to the IMF

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Main parties need to say how EU/IMF will be repaid says Ó Clochartaigh

Labour is being “entirely disingenuous” when it talks about trying to renegotiate the interest rate on the IMF/EU loan according to Sinn Féin Galway West candidate Trevor Ó Clochartaigh.

How will FF/FG/Labour repay €67.5 billion to the EU/IMF - Ruane

Sinn Féin election candidate, Thérèse Ruane, has accused Eamon Gilmore of being entirely disingenuous in relation the IMF/EU loan. She insists that it’s time Fianna Fáil, Fine Gael and Labour explain how they will repay the €67.5 billion loan at exorbitant costs to the Irish people.

Politics and weather create the perfect storm

The IMF deal with this country has been somewhat overshadowed by the recent arctic conditions that have taken the country by storm of late.

Games and semantics leave the public scratching their heads

The Europeans are all over for the big chat, however Brian Cowen still maintains that they are not here to discuss a “bailout” for our country.

 

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