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IT HAS been many years since Bertolt Brecht’s The Caucasian Chalk Circle has been seen in Galway so this new production, by NUIG and Core Theatre College, is very welcome – all the more so as director Max Hafler and his young cast do a great job.
With 2016 here, Irish people are looking at New Year’s resolutions of the weight loss, smoking, financial or life change variety.
It had been a funny sort of a week, all told, thought Michael as he took his place among the mourners. He slid a look at the shiny brown coffin at the front of St Joseph’s Church, but couldn't quite bring himself to think about what – who – it contained.
Tragedy and misfortune seem to be amplified the nearer they are to the Christmas season. Our reaction to news of the darkest kind at this time of year centres on the ruination of the occasion, the absence of friends, the destruction of memories and the fact that it careers into the path of a season that is ostensibly presented as one of joy and familial togetherness.
Brendan Lydon of Nestors Supervalu Oranmore has been short-listed as a finalist for the prestigious REI – Retail Excellence Ireland “Rising Star of the Year” Award. A Mayo man and avid GAA fan, Brendan has 15 years loyal service with the Oranmore branch. He is an integral part of the Supervalu Oranmore Butcher team which include: Arthur, Cormac, Kieran, Amanda, Michael, Oliver and Gerard.
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The 2015 Galway senior football championship is down to the last four teams with two intriguing fixtures.
Salthill/Knocknacarra were too strong for Killanin last weekend at Pearse Stadium, qualifying for this year's county semi-final by 0-12 to 1-6.