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It's United Nations International Day of Persons with Disabilities today, and Bus Eireann is driving the message home.
COME THE end of the year, the question will not be, "How was 2020 for you?", but rather "How did you get through 2020?" In his new book, Galway poet Kevin Higgins will provide his answer.
THE WORLD premiere of Rhona Clarke's O Vis Aeternitatis, along with music by Handel and Purcell, will be performed in St Nicholas' Collegiate Church this weekend.
The Criminal Conversation case taken by Richard Martin against John Petrie, in 1791, the seducer of his wife Eliza, which was extensively covered in the newspapers of the time, and no doubt read with enormous enjoyment by society in both England and Ireland, nevertheless, did not go entirely in Martin’s favour.
Patrick Joyce was born at Lisheenagaoithe, near Headford, on May 23, 1868. He became a monitor teacher in 1884, taught in Cloghanover School for two years, later as principal of Trabane, and then Tiernee in the parish of Carraroe. In 1892 he married Margaret Donohue. He was eventually appointed as principal of Barna National School and his wife taught in Boleybeg National School.
Middle Ireland and those living in rural Ireland have been "forgotten in Budget 2021", while farmers will see "little or no benefit" as a result of the measures.
ONE OF the most direct and immediate responses to the Covid crisis from any Irish artist, has come from the pen of Galway poet, Rita Ann Higgins.
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Sean Breathnach of Galway City Harriers secured yet another title at the National Senior Track and Field Championships last weekend in Santry, Dublin.
THE POET Kevin Higgins will begin a new series of his Creative Writing For Beginners classes at the Galway Technical Institute.