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Cameron calls on City Hall to end Veolia contract

City Hall should not renew its contract with Veolia given the company’s involvement with controversial projects in Israel and the arrears in its collection of water service charges in Galway.

The cream of comedy from Neil Delamere

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THROUGHOUT THE past decade Offaly’s Neil Delamere has been one of the top comics on the Irish comedy circuit. After graduating from DCU in the late 1990s he decided programming computers wasn’t for him and instead he began to do open mic slots in Dublin circuit.

UNWRA delegate to give eye-witness account of Gaza

In a presentation to be held at The Imperial Hotel tonight (Thursday) UNWRA delegate Susan Johnson will give an eye-witness account of what the people of Gaza have endured.

Manhattan Short Film Festival returns to Galway

GALWAY FILMGOERS will unite with audiences in 172 cities across five continents to view and judge the next generation of filmmakers when the 12th Annual Manhattan Short Film Festival screens at the Town Hall on Sunday September 27 at 3pm.

Doughnuts

There are few foods better suited to go along with a hot, fresh, cup of coffee than a doughnut. This fried pastry, when made fresh, is delicious, and if freshly cooked doughnuts sound like your kind of thing make sure you get down to the Saturday market in Galway city and seek out the doughnut stall, as they are truly delicious especially with a little ground cinnamon.

Obama Nobel Prize a ‘bad joke’ says GAAW

There were many raised eyebrows at the decision to award President Barack Obama the Nobel Peace Prize, not least the president himself who said it was “surprising” and that he did not “deserve to be in the company of so many of the transformative figures who’ve been honoured by this prize”.

Jane’s Hero: a soldier’s tale

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COMING NEXT week to the Town Hall is Jane’s Hero which relates the remarkable and at times hair-raising experiences of Galway’s Lt Col Eamon Colclough during his service overseas with the UN.

Head shops pose obvious dangers and must be regulated – Deere

Castlebar Fine Gael town councillor and youth worker Ger Deere said it is blindingly obvious that head shops which have sprung up all over the country require strict regulation because of the dangers of the products they sell. Cllr Deere said products which have emerged to replace BZP, which was banned last year, must also be banned if they have psychoactive and other side effects.

 

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