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Lights, camera action - new and improved acting performance course rolled out in Galway

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Have you ever dreamed a little dream of acting on stage under the lights or in film or TV, in front of the camera? Have you wondered where you should go to make this goal a reality?

Havana seeks closer ties with Galway

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Cuba’s ambassador to Ireland unveiled a new plaque in Galway last week celebrating historic links between the two island nations.

Catalonia Gems Tour - Barcelona and Girona with Fahy Travel

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One of the more popular tours in autumn for Fahy Travel is the 'Catalonia Gems Tours - Barcelona and Girona', which operates from Dublin on September 18.

Countdown to the ballots - 2024 Countdown to voting - 2024

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The newly passed European Disability Card will ensure Irish people with disabilities have the freedom to travel across the EU and access the supports they are entitled to, MEP Maria Walsh has said.

New HRB report reveals alcohol consumption throughout Ireland continues to fall - Drinks Ireland

A new report from the Health Research Board (HRB) has shown alcohol consumption in Ireland has fallen again and is now over 30% lower than twenty years ago, Drinks Ireland, the Ibec sector that represents the industry has said.

Career best finish for Galway rally driver in Hungary

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Aoife Raftery has achieved her best performance in an FIA European Rally Championship event by finishing fourth overall. This is three places better than previously, when she finished seventh in the Czech Republic last season.

Our fortified city

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The town of Galway was virtually an independent city state, self-contained politically and ecclesiastically, relying on its own resources as it was cut off from the central English authority until the 16th century. Then, the Tudors began to extend their influence westwards so that the city gradually came totally under their dominion. The real symbol of that growing influence was the fortifications, four in number, raised to defend this all-important location against all enemies, notably France and Spain.

Beating cancer has changed the entire focus of my life, says Cheevers

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People who cannot find time for recreation are obliged sooner or later to find time for illness. And so it was with busy councillor Alan Cheevers three years ago. When it was revealed that he had been diagnosed with bowel cancer, he feared the worst. In the same period of time, he had lost two uncles to the killer disease...and on the day he was told himself, he feared having to break the news to his father that the illness had once again visited the family.

Time for a General Election now, says angry Larkin who denies his outspoken views are racist

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Former Mayor of Galway Noel Larkin has called for a General Election amid what he has said is the 'absolute madness' of proposed legislation regarding emigration and housing.

Tumbling Paddies in Galway

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Originally starting out ten years ago as a five-piece performing at pubs and weddings across their beloved County Fermanagh, The Tumbling Paddies have evolved into a worldwide touring phenomenon. They play Galway’s Black Box on Saturday, April 6, at 7pm.


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