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SOMETHING A bit different this week - a movie in the cinemas that is not available via streaming. If you want to see this, and you should, you are going to have to go to a cinema.
Children in a Deis school in Mayo will receive a gift package of new books by leading Irish authors, as part of an Arts Council initiative to ensure that as many people as possible can experience Culture Night - which takes place tonight September 18.
Galway Cycling Campaign has been awarded funds this week from Galway city and county councils for an ambitious, diverse and inclusive range of events for Bike Week 2020 which begins this Saturday 19 September and runs until Sunday 27 September.
THIS MOVIE has been rumoured for the past 10 years and kept falling apart in preproduction. However, given that Keanu Reeves has had a pretty stellar decade in the box office, it means he has enough pull to get this passion project made.
Aghamore man among researchers from five universities awarded prestigious Lero Director’s Prizes
As the Central Bank’s retail interest rates reveal a continuing gap, 1.46 percent for June, between Irish and euro area mortgage holders, with Irish consumers paying this excess (2.79 percent Irish versus 1.33 percent euro area average), the writing may be on the wall for this high level of divergence, given the entry of more competition into the Irish market, Brokers Ireland has said.
Professor Conor Brady, the former Editor of The Irish Times, has been appointed an Honorary Professor at NUI Galway. Professor Brady will work with NUI Galway in the development of a new innovation stream on the University’s MA in Journalism programme, designed to prepare graduates to work in future roles as digital content creators and innovators in the media industry.
CHARLIE KAUFMAN, the man who brought us Being John Malkovich and Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind, has written some of the finest films of this century - and he does not release films often.
Responding to the recent publication by the Central Bank of its Business Interruption Insurance Supervisory Framework, Brokers Ireland said it was a welcome development that the CBI had intervened and recognised the need for its supervisory role to be exercised regarding this significant issue for businesses.
Some of the team from the National Museum of Ireland have been installing a selection of artefacts found during excavations at Dún Aonghasa, Inis Mór, into the MONUMENT exhibition at Galway City Museum over the past week.