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Lindi Ortega @ Róisín Dubh

Tennessee-based Canadian singer songwriter Lindi Ortega has been making very subtle waves of late with her alternative folk rock sound and an impressive background of major festival appearances and critically acclaimed albums.

GOAL urges Galway people not to forget their GOAL Mile this Christmas

Galway GOAL Mile organisers, including GOAL’s own Maura Lennon have been busy making calls, sending emails, and issuing general reminders to people throughout the county over the past week, urging them to get out and run, jog, or walk the popular annual event this Christmas, and raise as much money as possible for GOAL’s programmes for the poor.

Massive savings at Cash Factory this November

Galway’s one stop shop for all your home and business ware needs, Cash Factory which is located in the Riverside Commercial Estate, is the place to go first for the best price and quality furniture guaranteed. This November the ‘Try Us First’ store has welcomed the Madison superior Oak furniture range-to include everything you will need to kit out your bedroom.

Galway Actors’ Workshop courses

THE GALWAY Actors’ Workshop will run its midsummer drama courses with workshops for beginners and experienced actors.

Henshaw career graph points at historic cap

In what could be one of the greatest ascendencies in Westmeath sporting history, Robbie Henshaw could claim a first senior cap only 451 days after leading his school to just their second ever Connacht Senior Cup victory.

Live register figures dropping, but does it really tell the story?

We have a story this week in the paper about the live register being down in Mayo by more than 300 in April from what it was in March. But while any drop is welcomed, is it really telling the whole story? Over the next few weeks, thousands of third level students around the country and from this county will cease their full time education. As they balance their final exams over the next few weeks, they also have to look ahead to an ever more uncertain future. Some will stay on to do postgraduate study. For some it is something they always planned to do, while for others it can be a kind of half-way house between necessity and choice as the job prospects are not great in their chosen field at the minute and a postgraduate qualification is becoming the base entry requirement, as once a Leaving Certificate was, which then went on to a degree and now it’s postgraduate.

Titans trip to Canada table quiz

Late June will see 12 Titans made up of teenage Boys and Girls depart for Toronto, Canada to take part in a high quality basketball camp at Point Guard College.

Galway restaurateur to speak at Toronto hospitality symposium

Jp McMahon of Eat Galway (Eat Gastropub and Aniar Restaurant) has been invited as one of two food ambassadors to speak at the renowned Toronto convention, Terroir 2013, next month. The convention is a hospitality symposium of chefs, food leaders, food writers, food and wine experts, and business leaders.

Acting for film and TV course

JOHN DAWSON, the highly respected acting teacher is coming to Galway to give an acting for camera workshops.

Long game working out for North and West Coast Links Golf

%North and West Coast Links Golf is probably a more recognisable brand on the international markets than in its own home country. Established in the late eighties as West Coast 4, the company was set up to drive international green fee business to its then four founder member courses – Connemara Golf Links, Westport Golf Club, Enniscrone Golf Clubs and Co Sligo Golf Club.

 

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