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A Corrundulla man will attempt to swim the length of Killary Fjord in Connemara to raise much needed funds for his nephew who was born with the rare chromosomal condition Mosaic Trisomy 9.
Brothers Michael (18) and Matthew (15) Gardiner from Parklands, Clarinbridge, are celebrating winning two major awards in the World Irish Dance Championships in London.
Blue Teapot Theatre Company’s romantic comedy Sanctuary is a candid exploration of some of the issues which affect the lives of people with intellectual disability. The play, which features a cast of actors with intellectual disabilities, is currently enjoying a run at the Blue Teapot Theatre in Muster Avenue as part of the Galway Arts Festival.
Claremorris native Noel Joyce, who has lived in Mullingar for the past 15 years, set out on a long and arduous walk yesterday (Thursday) from Mullingar to Dublin in aid of Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital Crumlin.
Children's hospitals are like disabled parking spaces — you tend to ignore them and hope you will never need them. And then suddenly, when it turns out you do need them, they become the most important thing in the world.
A Mayo woman has been making waves on Sky TV recently after staging a winning performance on the hit show Got To Dance, headed up by celebrity host Davina McCall and offering a prize fund of £250,000.
A Westmeath student who is hoping to inter more than 30 time capsules during Culture Night on Friday September 24 is urging all schools throughout the county to take part in making history.
Terry Eagleton - Marxist, Christian, academic, literary critic, - and a provocative voice who relishes taking on those who disagree with him, is rightly regarded as one of the world’s foremost intellectuals.