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St Patrick’s Drama group bring Same Old Moon to the stage

St Patrick’s Drama Group are busy rehearsing Geraldine Aron's popular and heart-warming play Same Old Moon which will have a five night run from Tuesday November 26 to Saturday November 30 at Scoil Phadraig, Altamount Street.

Consider a career in make-up artistry

The International School of Make-up Artistry has been in business for 25 years specialising in make-up artistry courses from beginners to advanced levels, and is constantly updating with cosmetic products and fashion trends.

Consider a career in make-up artistry

The International School of Make-up Artistry which is in existence for over 25 years, specialising in make-up artistry courses, from beginners to advanced levels, is constantly updating with cosmetic products and fashion trends.

Would you like a career in make-up artistry?

The International School of Make-up Artistry has been in business for 25 years, specialising in make-up artistry courses from beginners to advanced levels, and is constantly updating with new cosmetic products and trends.

Westmeath spends €16,730 on gifts to support families overseas

People from Westmeath spent €16,730 on gifts for the world’s poorest people last Christmas, that is according to overseas development agency, Trócaire. The charity thanked the people of Co Westmeath for remembering families in need overseas when planning their Christmas shopping, as it launched its 2012 Christmas gift range.

Large crowds attend family fun day in Claremorris

Mayo Integration Forum held a family fun day last weekend in Claremorris. The forum comprises migrant representatives, Mayo County Development Board, Mayo Sports Partnership, Mayo Intercultural Action, Mayo County Childcare Committee, and other agencies and groups. One of the main goals of the forum is to promote active integration of people from different countries of origin who chose Ireland as their home. The event was organised to encourage integration of diverse communities through active sport interaction and cultural exchange.

An upbeat fusion at Monroe’s Live

THEIR SINGER is from France, their drummer is from Zimbabwe, and their music spans reggae, rock, and funk. They are Karma Parking.

Be bowled over by Ireland cricket legend on Saturday

Ireland’s cricketing legend, all-rounder Trent Johnston is coming to Galway to visit the county club on Saturday between 12 and 1:30pm.

Galway man cycling length of the country for SERVE

Galway city native Liam Warden is among six SERVE volunteers undertaking a gruelling cycle from Malin Head to Mizen Head. The six day cycle commences on May 22 and hopes to spread the message of solidarity. The team come from various backgrounds and locations all across the country.

New local business helps schools have top notch websites

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Schools Websites – the Galway headquartered business has been brought into the limelight for job creation in a recession, through the TV3 competition ‘Every Job Counts’ where it featured on TV3 last week. This business specialises in developing website systems which are designed to meet the very specific needs of school principals, teachers, parents and pupils, as well as reducing time spent on administration and organisation of school management activities through their unique student management system. The idea originated when two entrepreneurial minds saw a niche in the market and in 2009 Schools Websites was founded.

 

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