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Morning motivation and rituals

Morning rituals are essential to one’s ability to be productive. And like the old adage says, ‘Tus maith leath na hoibre’, or ‘A good start is half the work’.

Galway acts line out for charity concert

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LEADING GALWAY musicians and performers will take to the stage for Superheroes, a special charity event to raise funds and awareness about CGD diseases.

A Guide to the Edge of Europe penned by Michael Cusack

The great 19th century author William Thackeray wrote of Clew Bay, "…the bay and the Reek, which sweeps down to the sea, and the hundred isles in it, were dressed up in gold and purple and crimson, with the whole cloudy west in a flame. Wonderful, wonderful!”

Exhibition to explore Galway's revolution

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OUTSIDE OF Dublin, County Galway saw the most significant action of the 1916 Rising, and Galway's role in 1916, as well as the War of Independence and the Civil War, will be examined in a major new exhibition.

Paddy Cullivan - exploring the dark secrets of 1916

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HOW DID the lawyer who prosecuted the 1916 leaders end up in one of the highest positions in the Free State? Why were 280,000 women denied the vote in the Treaty Election of 1922? And why does Michael Collins' assassination remain shrouded in mystery?

Sibeal to Perform Mise Eire at Knock Basilica Concert

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Following her recent haunting and evocative performance during the Centenary concert at Easter, as part of the National 1916 celebrations, the organisers of the Concert For Peace at Knock Basilica were delighted when it was announced just after the concert that Sibeal Ni Chasaide is to be added to the stellar line up of performers on May 14.

Fancy a piece of Happiness. Want to be in the next viral Galway video?

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When you’re on a roll, you’re on a roll, so go with it.

The Collegiate Church

The Collegiate Church of St Nicholas of Myra is the largest medieval parish church in Ireland and its history is a kind of microcosm of the history of Galway. The earliest part of the present church dates from the beginning of the 14th century and includes the chancel with its three windows in the south wall. However it is possible that there was an earlier structure on the site. There is a legend that a man from the Aran Islands who died in 1580 aged 220 years could remember a time when the church did not exist but that just sounds a likely story. The records that exist suggest that the church was founded in or about the year 1320.

DADS bring The Gigli Concert to An Taibhdhearc

This Sunday April 10 DADS Dunmore will perform Tom Murphy’s The Gigli Concert in An Taibhdhearc. DADS are in the middle of a run on the amateur drama circuit and have met with considerable success, winning numerous acting, production, and directorial awards and most notably winning Best Overall Play (Open and Confined) in the Western Drama Festival in Tubbercurry.

Children of the Revolution

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REBELS AND patriots, soldiers for king and country, all kinds of political opinions and actions could be found among the students of University College Galway during the turbulent years of 1913-1919.


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