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Harry McGee, political correspondent with the Irish Times has been named as the most recent appointment to NUI Galway’s governing authority, Údarás na hOllscoile. Harry McGee is a native of Galway and an alumnus of NUI Galway, holding a BA (1987), H Dip in Journalism (1989) and an LLB (1993). He studied at King’s Inns and is a barrister. He worked in Galway with The Connacht Tribune before moving to Dublin where he worked with RTÉ, as Special Correspondent with the Sunday Tribune and as Editor of Magill.
The MidlandsIreland.ie Best in Business Awards were held in The Tullamore Court Hotel last Friday.
THE 2011 Cúirt Over The Edge reading, a major showcase for emerging writers, takes place in the Druid Lane Theatre on Wednesday at 3.30pm.
BRAY-BASED theatre company Wonderland Productions comes to the Town Hall Theatre next week with its acclaimed staging of Jonathan Swift’s classic of adventure and satire, Gulliver’s Travels,
Probably the worst aspect of the outrageous VHI premium hikes up to 45 per cent as announced this month is the fact that, with so many millions pumped into the public health service over the years, people in this country need to have private health insurance at all. Not so long ago — a mere six months ago actually — the outgoing chief executive of the HSE - Professor Brendan Drumm, suggested that improvements in the HSE were so progressive it would make complete sense for everyone to use the public health service. He consequently foresaw a day where people simply would not have a need to take out private health insurance at all.
A POET, a painter, and a voracious music fan read at Over The Edge in the Galway City Library, St Augustine Street, on Thursday, December 16 at 6.30pm.
DELORENTOS WILL be promoting the release of their new single ‘Sanctuary’ on what the band promises to be “our biggest ever” tour.
“THE PHIL Ware Trio are responsible for repeatedly raising the standard to the piano trio in Ireland.”
THE SEPTEMBER Over The Edge: Open Reading takes place in the Galway City Library, St Augustine Street, on Thursday September 30 at 6.30pm.
"The more disorder there is in Cork, the more Kilkenny is thought of fondly as the land of milk, honey and contentment.