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The brother of a man who defrauded the State of almost a €250,000 has admitted claiming Jobseeker’s Allowance while working.
GALWEGIANS AGED between 12 and 19 who love music and write songs are being sought to take part in The Irish Youth Music Awards.
As part of Salthill Hotel’s 50th anniversary celebrations, the hotel will host a unique event that aims to bring back the couples who got married in the last 50 years at the premier wedding destination.
New and expectant Galway parents concerned about the cost of all baby gear should check out the Bubbly Baby Market in The Salthill Hotel on Sunday February 17.
“THE 661 glorious pages of Skippy Dies,” said The Guardian’s Patrick Ness, “is one of the most enjoyable, funny and moving reads of this young new year.”
NEXT MONTH sees the 26th Cúirt International Literature Festival when writers and booklovers from far and wide will converge on Galway from April 12 to 17 , to enjoy this justly fêted celebration of the written word.
Paul Murray, author of the acclaimed novel Skippy Dies, the English poet Simon Armitage, rapper Buck 65, and the Booker winning Irish author Anne Enright are all coming to Galway for Cúirt.
A Kilkenny man who stole a €27,000 competition fund for young Dublin inner city dance students has received a three year sentence with the final 12 months suspended.
Galway-based free online learning provider ALISON.com was among the four winners of the 2010 UNESCO-King Hamad Bin Isa Al-Khalifa Prize, one of the world’s most prestigious prizes for innovation in ICT for Education.
A man alleged to have used nine identities to defraud the State of more than €250,000 has offered to plead guilty to all charges to save the State money.