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FROM ISRAEL to Morocco, Galway audiences will get a chance to experience life through the lens of Southern Mediterranean film-makers this weekend.
DANGEROUS JOURNEYS, complicated love lives, actors dragged out of retirement, and finding a supernanny for a naughty little boy - it is all happening on screen for the Galway Film Society’s autumn/winter season.
A Mullingar man has been jailed for money laundering offences after he made payments via Western Union for drugs to be imported from the USA.
A judge revealed a systemic impotence in court this week (July 24) when he acknowledged he was unable to help a council recover a €320,000 debt from developers, despite their unfinished apartment block earning €330,000 a year in rent.
OPERA THEATRE Company – Ireland’s national touring opera company – come to the Town Hall on Thursday June 12 at 8pm with Monteverdi’s powerful and memorable masterpiece, Orfeo.
THE memory of a popular Claregalway mother who died four years ago after a routine operation will be stirred this weekend when her friends will fulfil a promise to commemorate her life with a fundraising event.
Scarlet is a new ladies’ fashion shop with a difference opened recently on Main Street Castlebar, just across from Leo Doherty menswear. In fact, Scarlet is an extension of Leo Doherty menswear as part of its new move into ladies’ quality fashion labels.
Horse Racing Ireland (HRI) held a ‘Go Racing Kids’ Club’ Day at Galway Racecourse on Tuesday when 288 fifth and sixth class pupils from five local schools took part in demonstrations from RACE (Racing Academy and Centre of Education) and heard talks from jockey Derek O’Connor and local trainer Pauline Gavin and her daughter Sarah.
The family of a Claregalway woman — who collapsed into a semi-vegetative state for three years before dying, after undergoing a routine gynaecological procedure — last evening settled an action against the Galway Clinic for €580,000.