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A lecture on the theme of women in peace, delivered by former president of Ireland and world renowned social campaigner, Mary Robinson, is to be beamed live from South Africa to her native Ballina on Tuesday.
On Sunday (September 21) three drivers set out in a Volkswagen Touareg in pursuit of a world record time over a route that connects the northern tip of Europe with the southern tip of South Africa: From North Cape to Cape Agulhas.
A call for the introduction of a sales contract to remove the distasteful practice of gazumping was made today by the Institute of Professional Auctioneers & Valuers (IPAV), which represents almost 1,000 auctioneers nationwide.
The Marguerite Brady School of reflexology, massage and reiki will hold an open day on Saturday from 11am to 4pm at 29 Ard Breeda, Loughrea.
An Irish couple and their three children will next week begin an incredible 30,000 mile journey, travelling through four continents over the course of a year to eventually set up home in Galway.
“Do not be afraid to seek help if you feel suicidal” is the message from the founder of Pieta House, the suicide and self-harm crisis centre in Tuam.
The International School of Make-up Artistry has been in business for more than 25 years, specialising in make-up artistry courses, from beginner to advanced levels, and is constantly updating with cosmetic products and fashion trends.
Cllr Terry O’Flaherty’s relative Bernard Laffey was the uncle of the late Bridie O’Flaherty, the former mayor of Galway city. Bernard was born in Clooncah, Woodlawn, and at the age of 20 was serving in the first battalion of the Irish Guards.
With Official Ireland’s new found interest in The Great War has come much talk of the sacrifice and heroism of the Irish soldiers who fought in the trenches between 1914-1918.
Galwegians has appointed former Leinster junior club coach Matt Dillon as the new head coach for the 2014/15 season.