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Newtownsmith was an important development outside the town wall on the northern side of the city in the late 18th and early 19th century. The project was undertaken by the governors of the Erasmus Smith Estate. In this suburb, the county courthouse was erected between 1812 and 1815, and a little later in 1824 the town courthouse was built. In 1823, it was objected to because there were several suitable sites for a new courthouse ‘immediately in the town’ and that it was ‘quite idle’ to lay foundations in Newtownsmith, or in any part of the suburb. Galway’s second bridge was completed in 1819 and it connected the courthouses with the new county and town gaols on Nuns Island which had been completed in 1810.
GERAGH IN County Cork is the only ancient post glacial alluvial forest in Western Europe and the subject of a new photographic exhibition, entitled Lost.
GALWAY ROCK duo Keagan & Evan Forde will represent Galway in the Irish Youth Music Awards final in the Aviva Stadium on April 12.
Anjelica Huston’s mother, Ricki Soma, grew up over a popular Broadway Italian restaurant called Tony’s Wife on West Fifty-Second Street in New York. At 14 years of age she was already a beauty, and a ballet dancer. She looked like the Mona Lisa, in fact she was considered so beautiful that a few years later her photograph appeared on the cover of Life magazine.
The Midlands’ leading wedding suppliers have once again teamed up to offer an all-inclusive wedding package worth over €15,000 for one lucky couple. The Red or Black Wedding Giveaway Gameshow returns to Bloomfield House Hotel for a third year. It is based on the TV gameshow of the same name and will take place at the hotel on Sunday February 16. All entries will be given the opportunity to play for the wedding of their dreams, and everyone who plays the game has an equal chance of winning!
Deputy Michelle Mulherin helped a Ballina fashion team wow on the runway and scoop a top award in the Shelbourne Hotel recently.
The benches along the Salthill Promenade are “broken and worn down”, the memorial tree for Trent Keegan “has vanished”, and the Salthill Park bandstand is “held together by paint”.
Best Loved Poems: Favourite Poems from the West of Ireland, edited by Thomas F Walsh and photography by Westport photographer Liam Lyons, has been launched.
Q: I went to an interview recently and going grand with all the general questions – my attitude, my ambitions, and all of that stuff. But then one of the panel, who had been silent until then, swung into action. He fired five technical questions at me. All five landed like crunching blows to the solar plexus. I wasn’t prepared for that. My question is not really a question, but a word of advice – know the stuff you’re meant to know about your job, they may just put you on the spot. I didn’t get the job. But I’ve dusted myself down and I’m ready to go back into the ring again. (KP, email)
NEAL WHITE and Tina O’Connell, Bojan Fajfric, Sandra Johnston, and Robert Ellis will exhibit at the 2013 TULCA Festival of Visual Art.