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OWEN PALLET is a Canadian composer, violinist, keyboardist, and vocalist, who came to prominence initially under the moniker Final Fantasy, with his breakout second album He Poos Clouds winning the 2006 Polaris Music Prize.
Engineers Week, an annual campaign to present the possibilities a career in engineering can offer and highlight the vital role played by engineers in sustaining the community, is taking place in Galway from February 9 to 15.
THE 2013 Japanese Film Festival returns to Galway this month and will be taking place from Sunday April 21 to Wednesday 24. The films will be screened The Eye Cinema, Wellpark.
The Schools Fitness Challenge 2013 has been launched for first and second year pupils in Westmeath to improve their health and fitness.
A Ballybane teenager who stole games console equipment from one shop before cheekily attempting to sell it on to another games shop where he also helped himself to a further €180 worth of gaming equipment has been granted bail with strict conditions.
TODAY IS September 1 and Galway is about to become a student city once again and Carbon nightclub on Eglinton Street has a host of great nights and events lined up.
Secondary school students throughout Mayo are being urged to submit their entries for SciFest at Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT) before the closing date of March 9.
Nintendo Wii training for over 55s will resume shortly at Loughboy Library and the tutor will once again be Daire Nolan from Johnswell.
THE IRISH Times music column On The Record holds its Christmas Party at Strange Brew in the Róisín Dubh tonight from 8pm.
DAITHÍ Ó Dronaí, the immensely talented fiddle player, who injects Irish trad with a dose of youthful swagger, headlines the Róisín Dubh this Saturday at 9pm.