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FILMS ABOUT individuals who surf the highest waves, row across oceans, and explore remote parts of the globe, along with talks, and music gigs, feature in a new film festival.
Researchers at NUI Galway’s Ryan Institute are at the centre of conservation efforts in relation to mining for precious minerals at the depths of our oceans. In this new ‘gold rush’, the ecological assessment of the effects of mining operations will be key to sustainably exploiting resources at these very important habitats, according to organisers of a major workshop next week.
A photographic exhibition of the Irish Missionaries of the Sacred Heart (MSC) is currently running in the public library in Pearse Street, Ballina. The wide range of photographs depicts the early years of MSC missionaries in Ireland, and their departure to Papua New Guinea, to South Africa, to Venezuela, and more recently to Russia.
TV presenter Kathryn Thomas, the Blackbog Road native, has had some awfully big adventures.
Carlow native and face of RTE’s No Frontiers, Kathryn Thomas, was in Carlow at the weekend for a signing of her new book Off the Beaten Track.
St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church be the location for Galway’s contribution to the World Day of Prayer tomorrow at 8pm.
THE FLOWER-Corsano Duo, featuring drummer Chris Corsano, who has worked with Sonic Youth and Björk, will play DeBurgo’s on Monday at 8pm.