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Galway audiences may sample a simulated slice of real Manchester indie at its best with The Complete Stone Roses playing Monroe’s Live on Friday, March 29, at 9pm.
Local sports advocate and Fine Gael candidate for Galway City East local elections, Aisling Keogh, has called for a more collaborative effort among sporting bodies to create community shared sports facilities in Galway city and county.
Many universities all over the country have dramatically increased their number of Erasmus and study abroad options for students as many universities have realised the benefits of studying abroad for students, most notably increased ‘employability’.
Storm Debi may have set new high water levels in Galway last week, but expert analysis shows city and county could have faced floods more than 2ft higher if tides had been at seasonal peaks.
Athlone A Cappella made a triumphant return to Athlone in recent times following their silver medal success at the Irish Association of Barbershop Singers (IABS) convention.
A record number of attendees visited the Technological University of the Shannon’s (TUS) Athlone campus for its 2023 undergraduate autumn open days.
Get ready for an unforgettable journey into the world of creativity and imagination as the 27th annual Baboró Festival is set to take place over ten days this October (Friday Oct 13 to Sunday Oct 22). Baboró will unfold across various venues throughout Galway city and county, promising an exhilarating lineup of entertainment and engagement for families and individuals of all ages.
ALONE, the national organisation supporting older people to age at home, has called for action from the Department of Health on loneliness, as new data shows that Ireland is the loneliest country in Europe.
It is not every day that you move closer to the far-side of Europe, but that mammoth 5,500km journey became a lot more doable with the opening of the impressive new Athlone Greenway Bridge over the river Shannon.