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From Cannes to Galway – Palestinian Film ‘To a Land Unknown’ to close Galway Film Fleadh

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The 36th Galway Film Fleadh, running from July 9-14 at the Town Hall Theatre and Pálás Cinema, will spotlight Palestinian cinema in its Country of Focus strand. Among the standout events is the Irish premiere of “To a Land Unknown,” which will close the festival on July 14.

Arts Festival reveals food for thought

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The Galway International Arts Festival has unveiled a menu of around 20 public talks and debates in association with the University of Galway.

Broadcaster Finnegan receives the Freedom of Galway

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On Friday last, at a Special Meeting of Galway City Council, Keith Finnegan, veteran broadcaster and journalist, was awarded the Freedom of the City of Galway by Mayor Eddie Hoare and the elected members.

Galway’s finest son

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You reach the summit of Diamond Hill, or somewhere similar along the many spectacular locations on Galway's stunning coastline, and what you see takes your breath away. You want to capture the beauty of this sight before your eyes, and you reach for your camera. But, no matter what angle you look from, or how many photos you take, you cannot do justice to the view before you. The camera lens is not wide enough, your eyes barely are, and you realise the scene cannot be adequately captured.

Mullooly: Farmers treated unfairly over water quality

European election candidate, Ciaran Mullooly, has hit out at the unfair treatment of farmers when it comes to water quality.The Independent Ireland candidate and former RTE journalist, who is running in the five-seat Midlands North-West constituency, which spans fifteen counties, says he fully recognises the challenges farmers are facing in this regard.

Deep research pays dividends in job interviews

Q: This is sort of an ‘asking for a friend’ question, if you know what I mean. Of all the things people do poorly when preparing – or failing to prepare – for interviews, which, in your experience, is the most grievous? Is there one that you encounter repeatedly? (DF, email).

Giggling Galway broadcaster with a sharp edge

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There are three Sarah McInerneys: the gregarious Drivetime radio presenter with a hearty laugh, the tough TV interviewer regularly skewering politicians, and – surprisingly – the shy, Galway-accented woman who considers herself a country girl at heart.

Two points of view, One page, One debate What is your standpoint?

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Old Lady of Tara Street revamped by Galway girl

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Waiting outside the office of the Irish Times’ managing director, one might expect a snotty Moneypenny to usher you into a dark, wood-panelled study where a stern Judi Dench as M, in James Bond, will be enthroned at a leathered desk, waiting to receive, with a thousand-yard death stare.

JFK’s three miles a long journey for Galway filmmaker

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