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Country stars to sparkle in Loughrea

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The Stars of Irish Country return to Loughrea Hotel and Spa for a concert on Tuesday, June 11, at 8pm.

University’s Access Centre celebrates 25 years

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The Access Centre at University of Galway has marked 25 years of creating opportunities for people to find pathways into higher education.

Anti-litter Ambassadors support the campaign for cleaner communities at Oranmore launch

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Galway County Council has announced details of a new environmental initiative aimed at fostering public involvement in the fight against litter. Launched in Oranmore, the Galway County Council Anti-Litter Ambassador Programme presents a pro-active and non-confrontational way for individuals, groups, communities and businesses to declare their support for a litter-free county.

Maroon armies go to war in Cusack park

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Round two of the All-Ireland series will see Galway play Westmeath this Sunday afternoon at 3pm in TEG Cusack Park.

Galway-based Ask Acorn, set to increase turnover by 400%

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Galway-based Ask Acorn (formally Acorn Insurance) predicts its turnover of €2.3 million to increase by 400% over the next 12 months with the appointment of over 100 financial advisors transferring from its sister company, Acorn Life, at the end of last month.

NeoDyne celebrates five years in Galway with new larger office

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NeoDyne, a leading electrical and industrial engineering company, celebrated the opening of its new, larger office in Galway with a ribbon-cutting ceremony officiated by Mayor of Galway, Cllr. Eddie Hoare.

St. Mary’s College — the early days

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It was about this time of year, May 26, 1910 that the foundation stone of St. Mary’s College was laid. It was not, however the first St Mary’s College. Father John Paul O’Toole, born in Galway in 1804, was one of the last priests ordained during the wardenship. He was based in Paris and Rome but was always conscious of his own difficulty in obtaining a food secondary education in Galway, so he decided to return to Galway in 1843 and open a school here. His main difficulty was finding a premises but happily, he managed to secure “West House”, a detached residence with extensive grounds situated on Helen Street. He bought it from John Lushington Reilly, a great benefactor of the town and neighbourhood, especially during the famine of 1822.

Clowns to the right, voters to the left

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Half of the 27 candidates who have declared for the Midlands-North-West European Parliament constituency set out their stalls at two similar events this week with very different outcomes.

Diverse Dunlo Court property portfolio certain to attract a wealth of investor interest

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1-34 Dunlo Court, Ballinasloe

Cathaoirleach’s Awards celebrate County Galway’s community groups

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Community groups and volunteers from across County Galway were celebrated at the 2024 Cathaoirleach Community Awards held in the Clayton Hotel last Thursday night.

 

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