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Francie Brady rides again

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FOLLOWING A highly successful tour of Ireland last year which saw the production receive standing ovations for every performance, An Grianán Theatre is once again touring Pat McCabe's classic Frank Pig Says Hello.

Christmas spirit is alive and well in Galway

The Galway Lions Club is issuing a heartfelt ‘Thank you’ to everybody who has donated to the service over the past number of weeks.

Undercover Áras Attracta probe for Tuesday broadcast

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A top inspector, who previously worked on the Commission to Inquire into Child Abuse in Ireland in the early 2000s, is to head up the review of services at Áras Attracta in Swinford.

A trio of plays for CĂșirt

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THE ANNUAL and much-loved literary jamboree of Cúirt swings into gear next week and among its many attractions are two plays - The Monster in the Hall and The Merchant of Venice.

NUIG to host Irish premiere of David Greig play

THE IRISH premiere of The Monster In The Hall, by Scottish writer David Greig, will be staged as part of NUI Galway's inaugural theatre season.

Joe Schmidt kicks ageing into touch in Westmeath

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Home Instead Senior Care is calling on older people across Westmeath to ‘age loudly’ in 2014 with the launch of their new edition of Senior Citizen: The Essential Guidebook, a survival guide to ageing in Ireland.

Manuela fund to help train child advocates to support sexually abused children

Money raised from a foundation set up in memory of a Swiss teenager who was murdered in the city in October 2007 will be used to fund an innovative project which will train volunteers to support children who have been sexually abused.

Mayo charities get ready for National Giving Week

National Giving Week (November 11 to 17) is an initiative of the Forum on Philanthropy and Fundraising which is being delivered by Philanthropy Ireland.

Charges against a Galway rape accused withdrawn after niece admitted she was lying

Charges against a Galway man who pleaded guilty to raping his niece have been withdrawn after the girl later admitted she was lying.

Stay safe in the sun

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The HSE is warning that deaths in people aged 75 years and over can rise by up to 60 per cent more during hot spells.


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