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The Vision Cup, which will take place at Galway Bay Golf Club on Friday May 10th, in aid of Vision Sports Ireland and Rosabels Rooms.
What is sustainable living? Creative Ireland are funding a series of free interactive workshops and talks taking place in Galway City Museum and Westside Library from 23 March to 11 May 2019.
Using what is to date unique technology, the Volkswagen Group is currently testing autonomous parking at Hamburg Airport.
THE MELODY and manner in which Frankie (aka Greta Kline) sings the opening line of opening track 'Caramelize', her stretching the words, making them rise and fall, as though on some blissful roller-coaster, should send a frisson of excitement through any true indie-fan.
“Where other companies talk about the future, we build it. We have torn up the rule book to create the newest member of the Pace family, the all-electric Jaguar I-Pace,” boasts Dr Ralf Speth, CEO of Jaguar Land Rover.
When you want to go to a city, you really want to go into the city, to go to the heart of it, to feel its beat, its laconic mornings where you can watch it come to light; its heartbeat quickening as its workers go to work, so that you can feel you’re more on holiday by virtue of the fact that others are not. To truly appreciate a city, it is welcome to find a hotel that brings you right into the centre, where for the duration of your stay, you are truly part of the place.
While summer is still firmly on the minds of everyone, Roscommon Arts Centre has moved a step ahead to unveil its autumn programme.
Education doesn’t stop when your child leaves school each day. Children are naturally curious and there are many interesting and fun ways we can help educate them beyond the classroom so they don’t even realise they are being educated.
GALWEGIANS WHO like the idea of singing songs as Gaeilge - even if their Irish is far from perfect - around the fireside with others who enjoy doing the same, are sought to join Club Amhránaíochta na Gaillimhe.
DEPENDING on what part of Ireland you come from, the year 1916 means very different things. For many it means the Rising, the rebellion led by artists and intellectuals, which paved the way for Independence in 1921.