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‘Words can barely describe the emotions of the moments when I tell people I have found their family’

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Ileana Cunniffe, from Attymon in Athenry, is one of more than 1,000 Romanian children adopted by Irish families in the aftermath of the Romanian revolution of 1989. The event spelt the end of the harsh regime of dictator Nicolae Ceausescu, and appeared to promise a brighter future for the people of the country. 

Geraldine Lavelle trust thanks everyone for their support

The Geraldine Lavelle Trust fundraising committee wishes to express appreciation and thanks to everybody who has supported its during the ongoing fundraising campaign. They have been overwhelmed by the generosity and support they have received from the public.

‘Happy’ filmmaker works his magic at his alma mater

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Film-maker Kamil Krolak has returned to his former college to produce another “Happy” video with the current staff and students. A former Post Leaving Cert Film and TV student at GalwayCommunity College, Krolak shot to national and international prominence thanks to his hugely popular "Fifty People One Question Galway" and his "Galway is also Happy" video. His work has been featured on Primetime, The Late Late Show, and on TV3's Morning show and in a number of international media outlets.

When is a pest not a pest?

Sometimes you can find yourself getting into trouble when you least expect it. Of all the media outlets and radio shows that might from time to time want to take issue with the AA, the ‘Mooney Goes Wild’ radio programme is probably the one that you would least expect.

When is a pest not a pest?

Sometimes you can find yourself getting into trouble when you least expect it. Of all the media outlets and radio shows that might from time to time want to take issue with the AA, the ‘Mooney Goes Wild’ radio programme is probably the one that you would least expect.

When is a pest not a pest?

Sometimes you can find yourself getting into trouble when you least expect it. Of all the media outlets and radio shows that might from time to time want to take issue with the AA, the ‘Mooney Goes Wild’ radio programme is probably the one that you would least expect.

Former Irish Times editor joins the board of Midlands 103

Conor Brady, who served as editor of The Irish Times from 1986 to 2002, is the newest director at the independent radio station Midlands 103. A native of Tullamore in County Offaly, Mr Brady has deep connections with the Midlands and retains a cottage in the Slieve Bloom mountains.

Galway man elected president of the Sociology Association of Ireland

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Galway writer and academic Dr Liam Leonard has been elected president of the Sociology Association of Ireland.

Marketing blitz may boost tourism trade

A new €9 million international tourism marketing initiative will reach a worldwide audience of 20 million people and should help to significantly boost visitor numbers to Kilkenny, according to Kilkenny Fine Gael deputy John Paul Phelan.

Discover a new, sexier you with Polestars

If it’s good enough for Kylie, Pink, and Danni as their staple fitness routine, it’s good enough for us. Tone up and lose weight while discovering a new sexier you; pole dancing classes tick all those boxes. Learning a fun and sexy new skill beats running away sweating on a lonely treadmill. Polestars was the first company to bring pole fitness to Ireland, leading the industry since 2004, and has featured on many TV and media outlets such as the Gerry Ryan Show, Podge and Rodge, The Irish Times, and Today FM to name but a few.

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