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Galway remembers the children of Gaza at poignant vigil

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The names of hundreds upon hundreds of Palestinian children who have been murdered in Israel’s relentless assault on the tiny Gaza Strip since October were read out at a poignant vigil in Galway on Saturday afternoon.

Bounce Back Enterprises Open Day to celebrate Traveller Pride

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Galway social enterprises Bounce Back Recycling and Bounce Back Upcycling will host an Open Day event this Saturday, June 15, to which everyone is welcome to join the festivities and family fun at Ballybrit Industrial Estate from 12-4pm.

Galway Arts and Disability Levelling Access report highlights collaborative efforts

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Artists and creative companies working at the intersection of arts and disability gathered for a meeting of Galway city organisations and creative practitioners at Blue Teapot Theatre. The afternoon was filled with inspiring conversations, focusing on artists, the work of artists with intellectual disabilities, with physical disabilities, as well as on developing the artforms such as theatre and visual arts.

Passing of musical legend Charlie Lennon

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The great fiddle player, piano player and composer Charlie Lennon has passed away. He was 85. Born in Kiltyclogher in County Leitrim, on the border with Fermanagh, in 1938, he grew up in an area rich in music. At the age of seven, he began piano lessons with a local teacher, Theresa Gilmartin, and progressed through the grades of the Royal Irish Academy of Music until he was 13. At the same time, his elder brother, the late Ben Lennon (1928–2020), began teaching him the fiddle.

Enjoy free yoga by the shore in Galway with Think Before You Flush

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The Think Before You Flush campaign has partnered with the Galway Atlantaquaria and Sinéad Mc Kiernan of Move & Breathe to deliver a family friendly yoga session followed by a beach clean. A presentation on water quality and how our activities in our bathrooms and kitchens can impact Irelands marine environment will play after the clean. The next free events take place at Ladies Beach in Salthill on June, 15 at 10am followed by Grattan Beach (Salthill) on June, 22 at 10am. All are welcome to join!

Druid announces major new production of The House by Tom Murphy

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Druid Theatre today announced a major new production of The House, the late Tom Murphy’s masterpiece. The House will premiere this September at the Town Hall Theatre in Galway and then transfer to the Gaiety Theatre for the Dublin Theatre Festival. Tickets for Galway go on sale Wednesday, June 12 at 10am.

Contracts signed for €9m Social Inclusion and Community Activation Programme

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Contracts for the delivery of the new €9m Social Inclusion & Community Activation Programme (SICAP) 2024-2028 in County Galway have been officially signed at Aras an Chontae.

Fabulous cottage on the idyllic Connemara coast

DNG Martin O'Connor estate agents is offering for sale by online auction a fabulous coastal home in Cashel, Connemara.

BMW 1 Series discards diesel

A new version of the BMW 1 Series is set to make its way to Ireland later this year, but without the option of a diesel engine.

Party time for 40 years of Ibiza

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Seat is celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Ibiza, the brand’s most iconic model, with a limited edition FR40 edition.

 

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