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"Merlin College - Nobody is different because everybody is", is a line that has been used in Merlin College since its’ inception in 2013 to celebrate the great diversity that exists in the school. The beauty and drive that comes from such diversity is not only reflected in the sporting, cultural and artistic endeavours of the students but the academic also, as is evident again, from this year’s Leaving Certificate Results.
The new elective hospital at Merlin Park - plans for which were advanced by the outgoing administration - will be prioritised under the new Fianna Fáil-Fine Gael-Green Government.
Featuring Triton’s Quiet Mark approved quiet pump technology, the Triton Novel SR (RRP €299) silent running power shower allows the user to enjoy a powerful shower in blissful peace and quiet with no noisy pump whirring inches from their ears.
Shower in blissful silence with Triton’s one-of-a-kind power shower. Triton is delighted to launch the Novel SR, a brand-new thermostatic power shower in which will be the first of its kind in the shower market.
Sir Christopher Frayling, rector of Britain's Royal College of Art, will deliver two free public lectures in Galway - one on Mary Shelley's novel Frankenstein, the other on the classic spaghetti western, Once Upon a Time in the West.
The 200th anniversary of the publication of Mary Shelley’s groundbreaking novel, Frankenstein, will be celebrated this Hallowe’en with a series of free events at NUI Galway and in Galway City.
PHOTOGRAPHS AND Faeries, an exhibition of cyanotypes exploring personal memories, by the Burren based artist Regina O'Dea, opens tomorrow at 7pm in The Courthouse in Kinvara.
IT IS October, the evenings are getting longer, and it is drawing ever closer to the witching season and Halloween...what better time for the Baboró International Arts Festival for Children to stage a play about Dracula...
THE SECOND studio album from Body/Head - Sonic Youth co-founder Kim Gordon and guitarist Bill Nace - is less a savage beast than their 2013 debut Coming Apart, but is no less confrontational, no less challenging.
Finding an apartment to call home can be difficult - many were constructed for investment and in large developments where nobody knows their neighbour.