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A career in make-up artistry is waiting

The International School of Make-up Artistry has been going for more than 25 years, specialising in make-up artistry courses, from beginners to advanced levels, and constantly updating with cosmetic products and fashion trends.

Jazz at the Linenhall

Tune into a contemporary jazz groove with The Little Radio (sax player Iain Ballamy and accordionist Stian) at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Wednesday, February 5 at 8pm, performing as part of a prestigious Music Network tour.

BIM says proposed fish farm would have survived storms

Far from providing a case against the proposed giant salmon fish farm for Galway Bay, the recent “unfortunate storm” is “robust evidence” the proposed site is “well suited” for a such a structure.

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RICHARD COOKE is a man of many impressive hats. A founder and co-director of the Lisa Richards Agency, representing stage and screen talents, he is also the guiding light behind the Kilkenny Cat Laughs Comedy Festival and Kilkennomics.

Another stern test awaits Galway WFC in Dublin

Galway travel to Dublin to take on second-placed Bus Éireann WNL side Peamount United on Sunday.

Kickboxer Manogue hopes to strike a knock-out blow in his first World Title fight

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Few people earn a crack at a world title in any sport, but in Galway on Saturday, Castlepark’s Gary Manogue will take to the ring in his first bid to become the world super welterweight kickboxing champion.

From Norway to Galway

A POTENTIALLY fascinating play awaits theatre goers to An Taibhdhearc on Saturday September 21 at 8pm, when a Norwegian theatre company takes to the stage.

Ireland’s underage talent gather in Drom for Galway Cup

The cream of Ireland’s young soccer talent began their assault on the Macron Galway Cup yesterday which takes place in Drom over the next five days.

Where are your ancestors from?

Are your origins Gaelic, Scandinavian, Scottish, French, or English? Or are you a mix of some or all of these?

Spanish Roads don’t melt in the sunshine so why do ours?

Miracles do happen. Very rarely you get events like Limerick winning the Munster hurling championship or the Dubs (go on lads!) winning Leinster. Even more rarely you get hot summer heatwaves in Ireland.

 

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