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‘We are lucky Galway has a wealth of artists and an arts audience’

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FESTIVALS COME thick and fast in Galway this time of the year. The Comedy Carnival has only just finished, but next week will see the launch of the TULCA Festival of Visual Arts which runs from November 7 to 23.

Luan Gallery launches spring exhibition tonight

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Luan Gallery is set to launch their 2014 spring exhibitions programme tonight, Friday March 21, at 6pm. All are welcome to attend the wine reception where guest speakers will introduce the work of the exhibiting artists.

International duty for locals

Castlebar Celtic pair Aileen Gilroy and Emma Hansberry are currently on international duty with Sue Ronan’s Ireland women’s squad in Cyprus. The pair are part of a 23 strong team for the tournament that saw them play Cyprus on Wednesday, before they take on South Korea today (Friday), and Switzerland on Monday, with a positional play-off taking place next Wednesday, March 12.

Hydrogen fuel cell cars are the future

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Cars in the medium to long term will be powered by fuel cells. They will be emissions free and the fuel will be hydrogen. I have driven several prototypes and they will be the fuel and power source for our cars in the future, writes Padraic Deane.

Smokie are back and better than ever

They must be the most travelled band in the world, and they’re at it again with a one night only and long awaited return appearance in Mayo, when they play The Royal Theatre, Castlebar on Friday December 9. They will perform as one of the main Christmas party nights in The Royal Theatre which includes a five course scrumptious meal and Christmas novelties and caper. They have had numerous top 10 hits all around the world, went on to become radio staples and earned their ticket to travel the globe for the past 30 years. Also in the set now is a song written specially for them by Irish songwriting brothers Tommy and Jimmy Swarbrigg. It’s called ‘Tomorrow’ and it’s a big hit in the show all over the world.

Galway Olympians off colour at world champs

Galway’s two Olympic hopefuls did not enjoy the best results in this year World Athletic Championships in South Korea.

United’s defensive frailties will be exploited by Dundalk

There is no denying it has been a truly horrific campaign for Galway United in every possible way, and another awkward Friday evening awaits at Terryland Park when Dundalk will provide formidable attacking opposition.

Mixed fortune for Cuddihy at World Championships

KCH Athlete Joanne Cuddihy had two contrasting days of competition at the World Athletics Championships in Daegu, in South Korea.

Trail World Championships to see Connemara run broadcast to 100 million homes worldwide

Several television networks are to broadcast the recent Trail World Championships organised by Run Connemara in a development which has been hailed as a major boost for the event.


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Cuddihy selected for world championships


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