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Athenry students to launch recipe book for autism awareness

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An enterprising group of students from Gairmscoil Mhuire in Athenry will launch a book of recipes today to raise funds for local autism charities.

Flirt FM to premiere new radio drama

FLIRT FM 101.3, Galway’s student and alternative station will premiere the radio drama Life Gets Tasteless on Wednesday November 20 from 9pm to 10pm.

A second chance to make a lasting impression

Q: I’ve just been called for a second interview for a job. I’ve a lot of experience in the sector, and know I’d be a good fit for the position. I felt I did very well in the first interview and am now just wondering what more I can do second time around. Any thoughts? (LR, email)

Galway Theatre Festival unveils programme

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THIS EVENING at 8pm in Massimo on William Street West, will see the launch of this year’s Galway Theatre Festival which runs from Monday October 1 to Sunday 7.

A Crucial Week in the Life of Druid’s Biggest Project Yet

With just two weeks to go before DruidMurphy kicks off at the Town Hall Theatre, Druid’s general manager, Tim Smith, takes us behind the scenes of the company’s biggest project to date.

Jumping headfirst into middle age

Phew. That’s it. That’s the last issue of the first 39 years of the Galway Advertiser completed. from next week, the newspaper turns 40. Which means it will be probably have to be grumpier and slightly more balding. It will have to moan and groan even more, and have the odd midlife crisis.

Jumping headfirst into middle age

Phew. That’s it. That’s the last issue of the first 39 years of the Galway Advertiser completed. from next week, the newspaper turns 40. Which means it will be probably have to be grumpier and slightly more balding. It will have to moan and groan even more, and have the odd midlife crisis.

Art, movies, and more at Ballina Arts Centre this March

Susan Tiger exhibition throughout March

 

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