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MY LOUGHREA - Olive Loughnane World Champion walker

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1)WHAT DO YOU LIKE MOST ABOUT LOUGHREA? 

Palestinian dancers to perform at city dance festival

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MEMBERS OF Ramallah’s El Funoun Dance Troupe, who work in refugee camps, villages, and cities throughout Palestine, will perform at the fourth Galway Dance Days festival.

Wine, women, and song!

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THE WORD ‘bespectacled’ is usually preceded or followed by the term ‘mild-mannered’, but there is nothing ‘mild-mannered’ about the bespectacled trio of wild women in sequinned mini-skirts that go by name The Nualas.

My Fellow Sponges charity show for Peruvian children

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MY FELLOW Sponges, the Galway band whose music ranges from folk to prog to pop, will play a charity concert for a chlidren’s home in Peru tomorrow night.

Athlone’s latest author  is launched by fellow author Mary O’Rourke

A former Athlone resident will have her debut novel Love and the Goddess launched by her former teacher Mary O’Rourke tonight (February 1) at John’s Bookshop on Main Street.

Gort woman’s first novel explores the search for love

A novel written by a Gort based former home e conomics teacher will hit the bookshelves later this month.

Gig for Peruvian children’s home

BRAZILIAN BAND Kalanguetal will take to the stage of De Burgo’s, Saint Augustine Street, tomorrow at 8.30pm, for a charity concert in aid of a children’s charity in Peru.

Charity concert for Peruvian children’s home

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GALWAY TRAD-fusion band The Rye and singer-songwriter Emmet O’Malley will play the HUAHUA: Music for the Children of Peru charity concert next week.

Eat well, feel well!

Lynda McFarland from Athlone Nutrition Clinic offers quick and easy recipes and advice to incorporate into your daily regime to help you feel and look great

Sabor at Corry’s Food Hall, Loughrea

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Over the years Loughrea has not had many new cafés/restaurants, and now in the space of less than six months, I visited a third new venture. The Corry family has had a butcher’s business in Loughrea for many years and just two years ago they made the brave move to a new architect-designed building beside the old railway station. The café is situated on an open mezzanine upstairs and is now producing some really good food. Like several places I talked about recently, it is on its third incarnation, the new head chef and proprietor Nigel along with his wife Magaly at front of house, has I believe got the right formula and range of products.

 

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