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Metal, punk, and Arnold Schwarzenegger

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WHEN ARNOCORPS finished their ferociously entertaining show - their concerts are so much more than a gig... - singer/front-man Graf Holzfeuer bellowed out in true Schwarzenegger fashion: "We'll be baaaack!"

An operatic search for Rosemary Kennedy

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THE NAMES John F Kennedy and Bobby Kennedy are iconic in American politics, and throughout the decades have continued to resonate, but there were other Kennedy children, not least of whom was Rosemary Kennedy.

Special Olympics needs volunteers for tomorrow’s annual collection

The annual collection day for the Special Olympics in Galway takes place tomorrow, and organisers are calling for volunteers to help.

Remembering Mark Kennedy

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What does anyone at twenty-one know about writing or anything else for that matter?

Mayor hopeful Kennedy clan will mark JFK50 celebrations in city in summer

Members of the Kennedy clan are to be invited to Galway next summer to take part in the celebrations honouring the 50th anniversary of the visit of President John F Kennedy to the city in June 1963.

Best Buddies programme aims to break down barriers, says chief

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A disability awareness and befriending initiative which links secondary school children with young people with intellectual disabilities has helped break down existing barriers, the launch of an evaluation report on the programme was told recently.

Dance the night away at Best Buddies Ball

The Inaugural Best Buddies Celebration Ball takes place at the Galway Bay Hotel tomorrow (Friday) night.

Meeting Ted —A memory of the late Edward Kennedy

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In the beginning of July 1974 there was excitement in Galway as it was known that Senator Edward ‘Ted’ Kennedy was staying nearby with friends. It was all very hush hush as the senator was on a private holiday with his son Teddy Jr, who had recently undergone a serious leg operation for cancer. Everyone was trying to be kind and leave them alone. However, the Advertiser office kept getting calls from national and British newspapers asking where the senator was, and had we got a photograph of him with the boy?

Mayo families hope for progress on undocumented Irish during Minister’s US trip

Fine Gael Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs Spokesman Michael Ring, has expressed his hope that Foreign Affairs Minister Micheál Martin can make progress on the undocumented Irish at meetings in the US this week. Deputy Ring said there have been positive signals from the Obama administration and it would be a lasting tribute to the late Ted Kennedy if a deal could be reached.

 

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