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Look into my eyes — I see a strange year ahead

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Time to peer into that crystal ball again. No, not the one in the Treasure Chest window. Here’s a taste of what we can expect in the year ahead.

Galway Cathedral to go blue for World Autism Awareness Day

The Galway Cathedral will be transformed from its normal colours of stone and copper green to become a blue temple, in order to mark World Autism Awareness Day.

Galway Meet and Train reunion

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A group of Galway women, who from humble beginnings have tackled marathons all over the world, will hold a special reunion in the city later this month.

Traditional concert in Claremorris Library

Conradh na Gaeilge in association with Claremorris library will host a concert of traditional music on Thursday February 23 at 8.45pm. The concert will feature Gráinne Hambly and William Jackson.

Life, music, an adventure - the Junior Galway Film Fleadh

THE AMAZING adventures of a young French woman, a tiny girl who lives under the floorboards, the lives of three young street dancers in Germany, and making sculptures from other people’s rubbish - it is all in this year’s Junior Galway Film Fleadh.

He shoots - he breezes; the man who free falls for a living

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There can’t be many public servants who actively anticipate falling to their death some day, and even fewer who have the confidence of training not to worry about it, yet this is the office of outrageous that Lt Denis Gowran, a 1,000-jump veteran of the Black Knights - the Irish Army’s parachute display team - operates on a regular basis.

Galway Volunteer centre backs campaign to colour the country

According to new research, Irish people are currently in the doldrums and badly in need of an uplift. The results of a Dulux ‘Mood of the Nation’ Ipsos MRBI Poll released on April 19 showed 72 per cent of people believe the mood of the nation to be low or very low, with a further 80 per cent believing Irish communities are badly in need of an uplift.

Nothing to lose

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IT WAS a quiet midday morning in Bohermore when Galway writer Ken Bruen received the call that would change his life forever. However, he was somewhat unprepared for the moment.

No rest for the Freeman

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Time waits for no man, and Galway’s newest freeman of the city, John Killeen, is already setting new goals and pushing more boundaries.

Kilkenny priest to lead Irish Spiritan (Holy Ghost) team in Brazil

Maurice Shortall C.S.Sp. has been elected Community Leader of the 18-strong Irish Spiritan group in Brazil, with effect from May 2010.

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