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Advertiser columnist among University of Galway Alumni Award recipients

Olympic champion Aifric Keogh, Kenny’s Bookshop and Gallery director, author, and historian Tom Kenny, and World Food Program representative Mary-Ellen McGroarty are among the recipients of the 2022 University of Galway Alumni Awards. The winners, announced this week, will be presented with their awards at a gala banquet on Friday October 21.

Pugh steals the scenes in Don’t Worry Darling

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Don’t Worry Darling was released last week, and it has had a staggering amount of press for what is essentially a mid budget little psychological thriller. I’m not going to talk about all the drama that went on during the production. You will be able to find people much more educated in those topics than I online.

Irish critically-acclaimed new drama Hole in the Head to screen at the EYE Cinema

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The EYE Cinema is proud to screen for a limited time only the critically acclaimed experimental feature film by director Dean Kavanagh Hole in the Head from this Friday 30th September.

Cúirt International Festival of Literature appoints new director

Galway Arts Centre is delighted to announce the appointment of Manuela Moser as Festival Director of the Cúirt International Festival of Literature. Manuela brings a wealth of experience to Galway Arts Centre having held roles as a director, programmer and project manager across the literature field.

One night for all — as city marks culture night

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One night for all — as city marks culture night

Athlone based company Mersus wins coveted training and development programme award

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Last week saw Athlone software company, Mersus Technologies winning the ‘Best Training & Development Program’ category at the annual Irish Manufacturing Research, Manufacturing and Supply Chain awards, the government body for research in Ireland’s vibrant advanced manufacturing industries.

Budget 2023 must tackle cost of doing business for small businesses - SFA

The Small Firms Association (SFA) has launched a 'Small Business in Ireland: Cost of Doing Business' report, which examines the cost of doing business in 2022 for Ireland’s small business community, the report outlining the range and extent of costs associated with doing business in Ireland and provides insights on challenges faced by small employers.

Final call for female entrepreneurs in rural areas of Westmeath to apply for ACORNS initiative

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This Friday, September 23, is the final deadline for early-stage female entrepreneurs in rural areas of County Westmeath to apply for the latest cycle of the ACORNS business development initiative.

Baboró back with a bang next month


Shaping our places — Architecture At The Edge is back

How we relate to our built environment in a social, political and cultural context will be exploited in the sixth annual Architecture at the Edge (AATE) Festival which returns for its sixth edition from October 1-9.


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