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Kinvara Fairtrade Town’s Committee will host a tea party at Burke’s Londis store on Thursday March 4 in support of Fairtrade Ireland.
Republic of Ireland midfielder Stephen Hunt relishes his return to Galway tomorrow evening when Premiership club Hull City will play Galway United in a friendly game at Terryland Park. The game is part of United’s pre-season build up to the 2010 Eircom League season and will allow manager Sean Connor to run the rule over his new squad.
The efforts by Mayo’s Fairtrade towns have helped secure Government funding of €15 million to support farmers in East Africa, according to Minister for Foreign Affairs, Micheál Martin TD.
The trial of two Kenyan men accused of taking part in the murder of Galway-based photographer Trent Keegan has been adjourned in the capital city of Nairobi.
An evening workshop on interview skills due to take place in Galway next week will give people the chance to improve their interview technique and help to educate children in Tanzania.
Bóthar, the international development agency that specialises in the use of livestock for charity, has launched an unusual appeal in Co Kilkenny.
Goodlucky by name, Goodlucky by nature. An asylum seeker shoplifter stayed true to his name when he was given the opportunity of completing 120 hours of community service instead of four months in jail.
THE GREAT Sean Keane will be among a host of Galway trad and folk greats who will be performing in the Town Hall Theatre at a benefit concert for Return to Tanzania.
What a Few Can Do is a photographic exhibition by Dublin-based photographer, Elaine Harvey. The exhibition is showing in Mayo County Library, Castlebar until Friday November 28.
Donations to this year’s Galway Advertiser charity fund will go towards extending a secondary school for girls in Tanzania, and funding a centre which looks after young women experiencing a crisis pregnancy in Galway.