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Kris Drever, Julie Fowlis, Padraig Rynne and Aoife Ní Bhriain.

Clifden Arts Festival hosts special concert

The Clifden Arts Festival will mark its 40th anniversary this year and is kick-starting the celebrations this month, with a special concert in association with Music Network Ireland. The event on Monday next, January 23,...
Connacht's Craig Ronaldson dives for the try line despite the efforts of Zebre's Federico Ruzza in their Champions Cup meeting in the Sportsground last Saturday. Photo: Joe O'Shaughnessy.

Connacht head to France for Toulouse clash with quarter-final spot up for grabs

Connacht have received a major boost ahead of their crucial Champions Cup showdown against Toulouse at Stade Ernest Wallon this Sunday (3.15pm), with captain John Muldoon signing a new contract for the 2017/18 season. While...
Irish Memory Orchestra

Irish Memory Orchestra seeking applicants for apprentice scheme

The Irish Memory Orchestra – an orchestra which plays music exclusively from memory – is seeking applications for its Apprentice Scheme until Tuesday, January 31. The scheme, from the Clare-based orchestra has the added incentive...
Charlie Adley

Being a young person is such complicated work

Double Vision with Charlie Adley That hall had never looked so vast. My back clung to the wall, beside the backs of all the other boys, while across the wooden floor, clinging to the other...
The St Mary’s College side, which defeated St Joseph’s College 4-0. Back row, from left: Josh Pyne, Paul Kelly, Gabriel Dossen, Dion Walsh, Francely Lomboto, and Sean Croke. Front: Avelino Assogba, Kevin Vahey, Rykelmy Rodriques, Jordan Powell, and Blake Cummins.

Croke hat-trick fires St Mary’s into last eight of Connacht Cup

St Mary’s College 4 St Joseph’s College 0 St Mary’s College advanced to the quarter-finals of the Connacht Schools’ Senior Cup on Monday with a comprehensive victory over city rivals, The Bish. The two sides were also...
The Dyke Road car park and Black Box.

Plan for new city Cultural Quarter hits funding snag

Plans to overhaul the Dyke Road as Galway’s cultural hub have hit delays as City Hall officials try to secure finance from national and European development funds. It was confirmed at the end of last...


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