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Patricia Philbin is coolness personified. For a woman who is driving a project that is worth an estimated €50 million to Galway, she is very laid back about it all. She is that way because Galway is very confident about its bid — a 100-page document outlining more than 40 projects that will transform this city for a period of five years — and then for about a century after.
THE BRILLIANT Abie Philbin Bowman, whose comedy goes "way beyond superficial satire" to be "absorbing, challenging and highly entertaining", by Time Out, plays the Róisín Dubh Comedy Clubh.
Kiltimagh looks set to get a tourism product which could attract up to 30,000 visitors annually to the east Mayo town.
There were only four points to separate the sides at the end of the game in MacHale Park on Sunday afternoon, but in reality the gap on the field was much bigger.
Galway Ladies issued a strong statement of intent when they easily overcame Tyrone in the TG4 All Ireland Senior Ladies Football championship quarter-final in Cavan on Saturday by 2-20 to 2-5.
Galway ran rampant over neighbours Clare as they continued their league campaign with a 3-20 to 0-4 win in perfect conditions in Pearse Stadium on Sunday.
Colga Ladies began their defence of the Galway & District League Ladies premier league title with an emphatic 8 - 0 victory over Oranbay 90 at a wet and windy Kilcornan.
CAN YOU recall your schooldays and laugh about the experience? Well that’s exactly what comedian Lisa Joyce is doing as she takes her new comedy show, Back to School, to the west of Ireland. Lisa commenced her comedy career while studying in NUI Galway and now performs stand up all around the United Kingdom and Ireland.
DARING, PROVOCATIVE, thought-provoking, and brilliantly funny, Abie Philbin Bowman is one of the most intelligent and gifted young Irish comedians to emerge in the last few years.
The State and Shell have lost their bid to stop two Mayo citizens pursuing High Court claims as to whether a ministerial consent given eight years ago for the Shell gas pipeline is valid. The decision was welcomed by Cllr Harry Barrett. Judge Laffoy ruled last week that Brendan Philbin and Bríd McGarry were allowed to have that issue and other public law claims ruled on by the court.