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RISING GALWAY indie band NewDad, Hardy Bucks star and comedian Owen Colgan, and photographer Ruth Medjber are among those who will be taking part in an exciting new festival - Leasta, created for young people, by young people.
FROM FRIDAY, on screens in living rooms, home offices, and bedrooms around the country, the Galway Theatre Festival will be streaming, offering a feast of live theatre, works-in-progress, workshops, and talks.
Burkeway Homes is offering to the market the latest phase of new homes at its Fánan development at Letteragh Road, Galway. The Blake comprises luxurious, spacious, and bright one, two, and three bedroom apartments and two bed penthouses contained within four separate three storey buildings, each with a set-back penthouse level.
Politics, arts, culture, climate change, and the future of the EU will fuse in a major online festival - EYE on the Edge - based in Galway, and taking place this weekend, which has been created by and for young people.
New legislation will help to manage the air quality of Galway city, according to Green Parrty Galway City West councillor, Niall Murphy.
The Galway Advertiser are delighted to introduce The Old Galway Diary Podcast, available now on Advertiser Podcasts. This is the first in a series of podcasts the company will be launching over the coming months.
Exciting new ferry route with a twist or should we say detour to be launched by Aran Island Ferries this summer. The route setting sail from the Docks in Galway city to Inis Mór will enable locals to explore their own county and perhaps even others in a different way.
With the number of enquiries to Grow Mental Health soaring by 400% since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, the charity is hosting online support groups throughout the country and several of these are based in Galway.
Galway Community counselling is open as an essential service, running a face to face counselling as well as an online service. They have updated their website to offer online bookings as part of their updated service. As a counselling service their therapists continue to grow and develop to meet the needs of the community. All therapists are fully qualified, some with specific specialities areas such as loss, child/adolescent therapy, sexuality, psycho-oncology, supervision and mindfulness.
The Mincéirs Whiden Society at NUI Galway has made its founding member Owen Patrick Ward an honorary life member.