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The world renowned Geshe Michael Roach is to give two seminars and lead a yoga workshop during a trip to Galway next month.
It was a case of the pot calling the kettle black in the Dáil this week as the Moriarty Report was finally published and gave a damming account of how Esat Digifone was awarded the country’s second mobile phone licence with the help of former Fine Gael TD Michael Lowry.
Seven independents are running in Galway West while three have thrown their hat into the ring in Galway East. Sinn Féin and the Greens are also running candidates in the constituency and Insider feels that before they can gain our support they must be able to answer the following questions.
Declan Ganley, the businessman, political campaigner, and founder of Libertas, will be in Galway this evening to launch a new novel based on themes of emigration.
In every era in history, there is watershed in which what was acceptable before is no longer the norm, that what was expected is no longer expected, that what was tolerated was no longer allowed to be the dominant way of thinking.
THE character Daniel Plainview in the film There Will be Gold said “I'm an oilman, ladies and gentlemen, I just like to think of myself as an oilman.”
A Connemara cottage has found itself caught up in the middle of a political storm in the US with an outgoing senator being accused of accepting a “sweetheart real estate deal” in exchange for helping a businessman friend get a presidential pardon for tax and securities crimes.
An Irishtown business which was subject to a mysterious and malicious robbery last weekend saw thousands of euro worth of historical hurling photographs taken from the premises.
It’s that time of the year when books are springing up all over the place, looking to catch some of the Christmas market. I missed the launch by Hugh Fitzgerald Ryan in Kyteler’s Inn of his novel, ‘The Devil To Pay.’
“A modern port facility for Galway, catering for commercial shipping traffic and the development of Galway as a centre for Ocean Energy, cruise liners and marine leisure is pivotal to the future progression of the city,” according to Captain Brian Sheridan, Harbour Master who made his comments in advance of the Galway 2040 Symposium to be held in GMIT on Friday November 5.