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A MUSICAL about capitalism, site-specific performances, and a symposium will form the Galway Dance Days festival which takes place tomorrow, Saturday, and Sunday.
Kiltane dream ends in Croker
It was a big weekend for the Mayo senior football team who opened their National Football League campaign against Kildare in Newbridge. Unfortunately for James Horan’s men they came up one point short, thanks to a last gasp winner from Paddy Brophy (a man with a Newport mother). The Mayo Advertiser was there to catch all the action from the game and got the thoughts of manager James Horan and captain Andy Moran afterwards. To catch up on it all log on to http://www.advertiser.ie/mayo/section/sport
Galwegians preserved their 100 per cent home record with they notched up a fourth successive bonus point win at Crowley Park against Old Crescent on Saturday.
Galwegians made a serious assault on the Ulster Bank Division 2a table when they blew away highly-fancied Queens University by 28 - 0 at Crowley Park on Saturday.
Corinthians put down a strong marker in their opening All Ireland League division 2a fixture with a comprehensive 33-15 victory over Del La Salle Palmerston at Cloonacauneen Park on Saturday.
FOR THE Birds, a new play co-authored by Galway-based writer Siobhán Donnellan, is about to receive its premiere at the prestigious New York International Fringe Festival.
Breaffy GAA Club celebrated a milestone last weekend when they officially opened the Breaffy Medical and Business Centre (BMBC) at their state-of-the-art clubhouse in Breaffy.
ARAMARK Ireland, the catering and facilities management company, has begun its nationwide search for ambitious and eager candidates for its newly launched Graduate Development Programme and is calling on interested candidates in the Mayo area to apply. In October 2008, four people will begin a challenging and exciting year, training for a post as regional manager within ARAMARK Ireland.
A very special art exhibition comes to Moate this month, with the launch of the ‘Best Moments’ exhibition next Friday October 10. Featuring the work of Monica Maxwell, the body of work reflects some of the artist’s passions and happiest childhood memories, as well as coinciding with the birth of her first child.