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ED SOLOMON, the scriptwriter of Men In Black and Charlie’s Angels, and who is working on the third Bill and Ted film, will give the Screenwriters Masterclass at this year's Galway Film Fleadh.
Toyota has launched its ‘Upgrade to hybrid for free with finance’ campaign, which it says makes it even easier for Irish consumers to switch to hybrid.
A research project led by NUI Galway has established that companion robots can have a positive impact on older people living with dementia. Such is the impact of this research, it has been featured in a new European Commission study analysing the impact on society of EU-funded research and innovation in technology for active and healthy ageing. The MARIO project is among 25 projects credited, and the only one in Ireland, with having had the most influence in Europe over the last 11 years. The project is also being featured across Europe this week on the EuroNews TV channel’s Futuris science programme.
If you are in receipt of a payment from the Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection you may be entitled to receive an extra payment while attending a course at the GRETB Training Centre.
The UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre at NUI Galway today last week hosted a Youth Empathy Day with the highlight being the visit by actor and Patron of the Centre, Cillian Murphy, who spoke to the students about the importance of empathy in his work.
An estimated one million Swedes are to see Galway, the Aran Islands, and Connemara on their TV screens when popular Swedish TV show Go'kvall broadcasts three episodes shot along the 'Wild Atlantic Way'.
AIB Corporate Banking has announced that it provided €3.5 million in funding for a new season of the internationally acclaimed TV series Jack Taylor which is now running on the new TV channel be3.
JACK TAYLOR, the hit TV series made in Galway and inspired by the novels of award winning Galway author Ken Bruen, begins its new season on the new Irish TV channel be3 - formerly UTV Ireland - this Saturday at 9pm.
"THEIR MUSIC is folk, pastoral, and dreamy with its pop eyes wide open." This is how Nialler9 has described Saint Sister, the 'atmosfolk' duo of Morgan MacIntyre and Gemma Doherty, who play Galway next week.