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Malachy Hand, a local candidate for the upcoming local elections in South Roscommon, numbered amongst a large crowd in attendance at an information evening on ‘Our Changing Climate’, at Athlone Institute of Technology, on Thursday evening last, organised by Fianna Fáil Deputies Eugene Murphy TD, Robert Troy TD and Barry Cowen TD.
Laura Quirke (guitar, vocals) and Claire Kinsella (cello, vocals) - Lemoncello - who will play in Bridge St, Castlebar on Friday May 31, started performing together while studying music and languages in Maynooth University, Ireland. Harmonious vocal melodies simply accompanied by cello and guitar lend a sincere and honest rootsy sound, borrowing from a wide range of influences, traditional and alternative. The result is music described by Remy’s Music Blog as “soothing for the soul”.
The Pathways colleges and careers event to be held in Galway on April 9 represents a major opportunity for students to arm themselves with the most information they need before deciding on their careers and choices, the Mayor of Galway said this week.
Pathways, a colleges and careers event being hosted by the Galway Advertiser, will take place in The Galmont Hotel, Galway, on Tuesday, April 9, 2019. We will also be producing a comprehensive Education Supplement in all our papers the week before the event.
If the heart could speak, what would it say? A new project at NUI Galway, launching on Valentine’s Day, aims to address this question with an unconventional approach to producing poetry. The project, Eververse, combines methods and tools from literary studies and computer science to automatically generate poetry that corresponds to a person’s biometric data, that is how fast their heart is beating, how deeply they are sleeping, and so on.
An tOireachtas announced this week that the Oireachtas Lifetime Achievement Award will be presented to one of the leading figures in the Irish language broadcasting sector in the last twenty five years, Pádhraic Ó Ciardha.
ANY GALWEGIANS possessing a Cumann na mBan badge from the revolutionary era are being asked to bring it to the Galway City Museum which is holding an illustrated talk on the group this weekend.
TG4’s callout for new weather presenters earlier this year attracted interest from all over the country and highlighted the breadth of talented Irish language speakers from all areas.
Three universities have been invited to submit proposals for an Irish Language Plan for Galway city.
President of Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT), Professor Ciarán Ó Catháin says he remains committed to achieving Technological University (TU) status for the third level institution.