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The International Galway Tattoo Show returns to The Radisson Hotel & Spa, Galway on Saturday 16h & Sunday 17th September.
IN HIS first official engagement as Mayor of Galway, Pearce Flannery told the launch of the 29th Galway Film Fleadh, how, as a boy in Ballinasloe, he and his friends were thrilled to be cast as extras in the 1971 movie, Flight Of The Doves.
Well, so many awful things have happened since we last spoke together, and yet so many hopeful, optimistic things have also happened. So, let us put them all in context.
A major fundraising event will take place later this month to raise vital cash to finance the work of a children’s cancer care specialist in Tanzania.
Leading local estate agent DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard kicked off the auction season in Galway last Thursday with a hugely successful auction in front of a packed auction room. With a large registration queue formed from lunchtime in the Radisson hotel, the intent was clear from potential purchasers — they were there to buy.
Located on the banks of Lough Atalia and overlooking Galway Bay, the Radisson Hotel certainly has an impressive location. It is just a stone's throw from Eyre Square and all the high profile shops, restaurants, and bars it has to offer, and a handy stroll to the bustling pubs and eateries of Quay Street. It enjoys close proximity to the bus and railway stations, all main city bus routes, and there are taxi ranks aplenty on the doorstep. Ireland West Airport is 88.5km from the hotel while Galway Racecourse is just a 10-minute drive (assuming that it is not during the actual races, when your guess is as good as mine). Despite being so close to all of this activity, it stands slightly aloof, tucked away in a quiet cul-de-sac on top of the hill with tranquil views of the water.
Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) has awarded Honorary Fellowships to John Crumlish, CEO of the Galway International Arts Festival, for his vast contribution to arts and culture in the west, and John Muldoon, Connacht Rugby Captain and a graduate of GMIT, for his major contribution to rugby and sport.
An information event being organised at NUI Galway next week aims to improve the lives of the one in 100 people who stammer.
“HE WRITES the sort of classic songs people don’t write anymore, songs that sound like they’ve been around forever...Listen to 'Galileo', possibly the greatest song written in the last 30 years.”
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