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Cúirtin’ in the kitchen

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CONSCIOUS OF the fact that Galway’s literary festival, Cúirt, was becoming somewhat estranged from the people of Galway, for whom it was inaugurated, it was decided four years ago to organise a number of events in and for local communities, to bring the festival back to the people.

Daithí launches new single ‘Have To Go’

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ELECTRO WONDERKIND Daithí officially launches his new single ‘Have To Go’ with a gig in the Róisín Dubh this Saturday at 11.30pm.

“We don’t want a good festival. We want a great festival” - drama festival launched

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The All-Ireland Drama Festival in Athlone has secured sponsorship from RTÉ for another three years.

Dutch artist ‘brings’ her ancestors to Ireland

FOR DUTCH artist Noor Poppers, studying at the GMIT inspired her to explore her family history and the lives of relatives who lived before the Holocaust.

Speech and language resources for parents at Activate Speech

Activate Speech is based in Headford and supplies speech and language resources suitable for parents. Designed by a local speech and language therapist with nearly 30 years experience, these packs target key areas of common problems children have when starting to speak. So, if you are worried about your child’s speech then these may be for you.

Benefit will soon be available at Staunton’s Pharmacy

Quirky, cute, and 100 per cent gorgeous, Benefit Cosmetics is like a sweet shop for grown up girls, and will soon be available at Staunton’s Pharmacy, Castlebar.

Be brave by admitting you’re struggling

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still remember the moment well. It was a wet, cold, grey Friday morning. I rose out of bed having had no sleep the night before. Panic attacks are horrific experiences by day, by night they are even worse.

Athlone retains ‘clean’ title despite chewing gum and food litter problem - says IBAL

Athlone has retained the ‘clean’ title it earned in last year’s Anti-Litter League; however the latest report reveals that some sites are still plagued by chewing gum, litter, and rubbish dumping.

‘You Can Do It’ classes at B&Q

B&Q, Athlone recently held a series ‘You Can Do It’ classes.

The ghost of Galway past

NUASCÉALTA THE History Press’s re-publication of The House Of Gold, perhaps Liam O’Flaherty’s finest novel, does something to ameliorate the wrong done when the book was banned in 1929 by those charged with protecting the Irish people from publications that might lead them to have impure thoughts.


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