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Croí - the Heart & Stroke Charity and its subsidiary, the National Institute for Prevention and Cardiovascular Health (NIPC), has scooped three top awards at the Irish Healthcare Awards held this month in Dublin. The Awards, now in their 18th year, recognise innovation and excellence in the Irish healthcare sector.
THIS SUMMER, they supported The Academic in the Big Top during the Galway International Arts Festival. As the year draws to a close, they return to Galway, this time as headliners.
And they’re off..! Highly anticipated, much loved and always great craic, yes it’s almost time for the 2019 Galway Races! The stakes are high and as always, The Galmont Hotel & Spa is the hub of all the excitement. You can bet that this year will be no exception, with the #GalmontGirlSquad hosted by Irish influencer Ciara O' Doherty and a superb Race Week line-up to look forward to including legendary rock band, Aslan, our headline act for the Galway Races 2019. Be part of the most exciting social event of the summer calendar.
WHITE LIES will take to the stage of the Róísín Dubh in the final 24 hours of Britain’s membership of the European Union. Even if Westminster seeks an extension, the band knows it will be little other than postponing what is a threat to the livelihoods of all touring musicians.
THE EYE Cinema in Wellpark will be screening Westlife’s final concert, live via satellite, from Croke Park, this Saturday at 8.30pm.
Forget Westlife, Boyzone, or even One Direction, and make way for the new kids on the block, a group of NUI Galway students who have donned the obligatory matching white outfits, plastered the cheesy grins, and brought their dodgy syncronised dance moves not just to the campus grounds, but to the streets of Galway, and to a YouTube audience all in aid of a very worthy cause.
NEW IRISH girlband Wonderland are coming to Galway where they will do an in-store appearance in HMV, Edward Square, on Wednesday at 1pm.
One Year On Jedward’s first Anniversary Tour — You Ain’t Seen Nothin’ Yet — is set to hit the Hub venue at Cillin Hill on April 4.
They took the UK and Ireland by storm when they became Louis Walsh’s favourite double act on the X Factor and have since defied all odds to become a brand onto themselves. With trademark hair styles and their quirky personalities the Irish twins have even captured the hearts of their toughest critics.
During 2009, more 9,000 calls were answered by the 25 volunteers and 11 trainees at the Childline office in Castlebar, which was only established in March of that year.