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From Reverend Towers to Councillor Towers?

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On Saturday January 31, on his 66th birthday, Rev Patrick Towers, will retire as Rector of St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church. In the nine years he has been Rector he has played an important role in Galway’s civic life and been one of its most active clergymen.

Quirkes for experience and variety

Quirke’s has been involved in the furniture business for long enough to know how their customers prefer to shop and buy, and appreciates how manufacturing trends, personal taste and room sized can all influence what we are currently putting in our homes.

Pink Thunderbird at the Town Hall

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SELIKE THEATRE presents James McLure’s Pink Thunderbird at the Town Hall Studio Theatre, from Wednesday March 25 to Saturday March 28 at 8.30pm.

Jurassic 5’s Akil to play Róisín Dubh

Hip hop may have begun in the Bronx and Brooklyn in the late 1970s but by the end of the 1980s its epicentre was Los Angeles - more specifically South Central LA.

Government urged to ‘come clean’ about break down of inter-country adoption links

The Government is leaving Irish families with empty cots as inter-country adoption links break down, a local Fine Gael senator has claimed.

Kiltimagh native volunteers in Costa Rican home building project

For two weeks Valerie McEllin, a native of Kiltimagh, found herself digging trenches, plastering walls, and carrying boulders. With worn-in jeans and muddy boots, Valerie spent her holiday volunteering to build homes for underprivileged families and fell in love with beautiful Costa Rica.

Calling all Mayo adventurers

Are you stuck in a holiday rut? Are you seeking an alternative which combines incredible scenery, the chance to experience different cultures, adventure and a physical challenge, while also supporting a great cause? Then why not sign up to join Amnesty International Ireland’s Trek Vietnam.

Backstage has hot new line-up for cold winter evenings

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As we say goodbye to the long evenings, Longford’s Backstage theatre has just the thing to keep us entertained with one of their strongest season line-ups to date.

A spinning world

THE TAPESTRY of Colum McCann’s novel Let The Great World Spin is so rich and deep, so varied and rewarding, that the book needs to be read several times before it can be fully appreciated.


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