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Review of the sporting year

The colourful look back on the year of sport in Galway by Ralph O'Gorman has become an iconic part of the New Year's reflection on the event on and off the field and tracks over the past twelve months. Enjoy.

Many fields represented in University of Galway 2023 Honorary Degree list

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University of Galway this week announced the recipients of Honorary Degrees at the 2023 Winter Conferring ceremonies which are taking place from until Wednesday November 29, when the Honorary Degree awardees will join more than 3,000 students graduating over six days.

Heavenly music in Galway

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On November 26, 1905, the new organ in the Augustinian Church was launched at a High Mass. The organ was placed ‘in the western gallery of the church in a handsome varnished case of specially selected woods, stands 26 feet high and 25 feet wide. The front pipes, some of which are over 18 feet long, are gilt and present a superb effect. The sides of the organ are recessed to leave room for an augmented choir and for the present, the organ is blown by hand at one end of case; at a future time it is hoped to apply a hydraulic motor to do this work. There is great variety in the tones of the various stops and the general effect of all combined is truly magnificent. The entire work reflects great credit on the builders who built it at their factory in Dublin. The number of speaking pipes in the organ is close to 2,000.'

Galway United Women claim first national trophy

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Gemma McGuinness entered the illustrious company of Paul 'Ski' McGee, Fergal Coleman and Johnny Glynn by scoring the winner for Galway United in a national final in Sligo on Sunday.

United women return to winning ways

Galway United Women signed off the first half of their season in style, completing the double over Sligo Rovers in the Showgrounds on Saturday with a 2-0 victory.

University of Galway named national Sustainable Development Goals Champion

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University of Galway was yesterday (Wednesday) designated as a national Sustainable Development Goal Champion for 2023-24 by Minister for the Environment, Climate, Communications and Transport Eamon Ryan T.D.

Music For Galway takes it to the next level

Music for Galway last night (Wednesday) launched an exciting three-year strategy document that will see it broaden its remit into encouraging emerging talent, enabling access for Galway audiences to the highest quality performances and continuing to work with the biggest national and international partners.

Young Galway entrepreneurs to represent the county at national level

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Local enterprise office Galway has announced that teenage entrepreneurs from Gort and Salthill will represent Galway at this year’s student enterprise programme national finals on Friday May 5. The finals make a return to Croke Park for the first time since 2019.

Medal haul for Galway athletes at Connacht indoor champs

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Galway clubs enjoyed success the Connacht Indoor Athletic Championships held over two days in Athlone at the weekend.

Network Galway kicks off the year in style with packed programme announced

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Galway businesswomen came out in their droves last week to kick off the year ahead for Network Galway the association for women in business.


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