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Irish consumers could be unwittingly wasting hundreds of euro on their energy bills by overheating their homes, according to new research from Switcher.ie.
Cúrsa Gramco is a three week Irish language course run by Séamas Ó Máirtín and his dedicated teachers in St Mary’s College in Galway city. Mr Ó Máirtín decided to set up Cúrsa Gramco so as to make the learning of Irish an enjoyable and positive experience. The course incorporates an understanding of the nuts and bolts of the language so that students become independent learners. Study skills are central to the course so that students learn how to self-assess.
THERE ARE few more individual, yet conversely definitive, voices in American indie than WHY? founder/leader/singer Yoni Wolf, and his brilliance and ambition as a songwriter, indeed composer, is writ large on Moh Lhean.
THE POET and short story writer Susan Millar DuMars will host a series of afternoon creative writing classes in the Galway Arts Centre, for beginners and continuing creative writing students, in poetry or fiction.
ADVANCED FICTION writing classes with the poet and short story writer Susan Millar DuMars have been announed for the New Year, but bookings are already being taken.
EVERYONE HAS a story to tell and if you are a teenager with ambitions to write, why not tell your story through prose or poetry, and help is at hand with a new series of creative writing classes.
Busy mum-of-four Kate Curley, from Ballinrobe, joined her local Slimming World group following a health scare last year. She has since dropped a staggering 10 dress sizes. Here is her story.
Friends of Ollie are calling on all athletes, runners, and walkers to take part in this year’s 5th annual charity 10km ‘Run for Ollie’ taking place in Milltown, Galway, on Saturday June 13 in aid of Ollie Burke.
GALWAY THEATRE company Wolf Meets World are in An Taibhdhearc next week with the Irish premiere of Seamus Scanlon’s The McGowan Trilogy, a trio of one-act plays which have already enjoyed a successful run in New York, winning awards for Best Actress, Best Director, and Best Design at the city’s annual Irish Theatre Festival.