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Take up rather than give up this Lent
Lent is upon us and Catholics have begun the 40-day Lenten journey by making a sacrifice or change to their usual lifestyle. Giving up sweet things, alcohol, device time and other treats are all up for grabs. But this year, how about turning Lent on its head and Take Up Not Give Up This Lent? By take up I mean getting fit and active together with friends or as a family and there are plenty of worthy causes you can help along the way.
Buccaneers on brink of promotion after defeating UL Bohemian
Buccaneers are on the cusp of promotion following this bonus point 39-27 Ulster Bank League Division 1B victory over nearest challengers UL Bohemian on the 4G pitch in the University of Limerick campus on Saturday.
Saint Joan - live at The Eye
JOAN OF Arc - daughter, farm girl, visionary, patriot, soldier, leader, victor, icon, radical, heretic, saint, martyr, woman. George Bernard Shaw's classic play about the French heroine is being revived for the stage.
No fall off in calls to St Vincent de Paul despite economic recovery
A local charity which is dedicated to tackling poverty and disadvantage in Galway spends more than €1 million a year on direct assistance. And the St Vincent de Paul charity says that despite the signs of economic recovery calls for help to the organisation show no sign of decreasing.
Every dog needs a home
IN MADRID, Julian receives an unexpected visit from old friend Tomas. However this will be no ordinary reunion, as Tomas has decided to discontinue treatment for the terminal illness he has been battling.
The art of 1916
THE ULSTER Protestant who rejected unionism in favour of Irish nationalism, and how Irish artists have interpreted the Easter Rising and WWI, will be the subject of public talks at the Galway City Museum.
€6k damage to Mountain Rescue equipment on Reek Sunday
Mayo Mountain Rescue, the voluntary organisation which responds to hundreds of call outs each year from people in distress or injured on mountains around the county, is currently counting the cost of last Sunday's annual Croagh Patrick Pilgrimage.
The Hare Krishnas are coming to town
Galway’s festival scene is about to go all spiritual with a Hare Krishna festival.Well known all over the world for their shaven heads, bright saffron robes, for giving out free food and their famous mantra, the event is expected to see hundreds attend.
Newton Dunbar to lead reggae night @ Monroe's
FOR 30 years, London's The Four Aces club was an essential place to go if you wanted to hear good soul and reggae, but and see leading soul and reggae musicians play live.
Natty Wailer to bring the reggae to Monroe's Live
NATTY WAILER, the Jamaican reggae singer-songwriter who worked with Bob Marley, returns to Monroe's Live on Thursday May 28 at 10pm.