Search Results for 'Mary Immaculate College'

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Baboró - a world of pure imagination

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FLYING COWS, spiralling elves, a boy made of cheese, a singing monkey, spicy feet, and the most spectacular inflatable space imaginable - it’s all at the children’s arts festival, Baboró.

EU Commissioner to open annual science teachers’ conference

NUI Galway will host the 52nd annual Irish Science Teachers’ Association Conference on Friday and Saturday.

Rose selection time again as Galway hopefuls dream of Tralee and nights in the Dome


Search commences for Galway’s Vikings

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If your name is Duffy or Doyle, your ancestors were Danish, if the name is Lynch or FitzGerald they were Norman, but the secret to your ancestry does not lie only in your surname.

The Plough and The Stars

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IF YOU are in or near Limerick and are interested in theatre generally or Sean O’Casey in particular, then a new staging of The Plough and The Stars should be worth seeing.

Athenry model having ‘time of her life’ at Playboy mansion

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A County Galway model who was invited to visit Playboy boss Hugh Hefner’s mansion in Los Angeles says she is having the time of her life there.

Athenry model to be the face of China-based company

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A County Galway model, who has graced the daily newspapers on a regular basis, has been named as the face of an international company based in China.

City Campus — ideal student accommodation in the heart of Limerick

City Campus is modern student living at its finest. It is situated off Lord Edward Street, minutes walk from Mary Immaculate College, the bus/train station, and near the historic heart of Limerick city.

Intensive Irish course for primary school teachers

Conradh Na Gaeilge is offering a preparatory Irish language course for people due to take the Graduation Diploma in Education (Primary Teaching) interview.

Performing arts for children with Dramatastic

After a very successful season one Dramatastic will resume classes for season two from January 14. Dramatastic was established by Ciara Doyle (B Ed primary teaching, ALCM, LLCM, FLCM musical theatre, MA music education) to make the performing arts accessible to children in Galway and give children the opportunity to develop confidence, make friends, and nurture their own talents in a safe and comfortable environment. With a maximum entry of 15 pupils per class, each child is guaranteed expert tuition.

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