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Galway ‘man over the moon’ to be first Irish winner of the Space Pioneer Award

Galway native, Brian McManus, has become the first Irish person to receive a Space Pioneer Award from the US National Space Society (NSS), at the organisation’s International Space Development conference which took place in Los Angeles, California last week.

Three bed end-of-terrace close to University of Galway and UHG

No 132 Corrib Park is a three bed end-of-terrace home in an excellent location close to University Hospital Galway and the University of Galway campus. Built in 1972, this property has now been partially updated to modernise it with oil fired central heating, modern kitchen and bathroom. The attic has been fully insulated and the walls pumped. The property also benefits from a secure gated side entrance to the rear garden, allowing easy access to the oil tank and waste collection.

City centre living at its best with DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard

In the heart of Galway city centre, a fabulous one bedroom duplex apartment has become available with DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard, offering an exceptional blend of modern comfort and classic charm to the discerning urban dweller.

Sharon Shannon headlines Folk Festival finale

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Fresh from releasing her brand new album Now!, one of Ireland’s greatest traditional music exports Sharon Shannon will headline the closing night of the Galway Folk Festival this Sunday, June 9, at 7pm.

Applicants required for cross cultural study of children's sleeping patterns

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Researchers at University of Galway are currently undertaking research to learn more about sleep habits and parental expectations about sleep in Ireland. The study is being undertaken alongside Reykjavík University in Iceland to make a cross cultural comparison of child and adult sleeping patterns.

Enlightening new medieval exhibition launched at Galway City Museum last week

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The new exhibition, Surrounded by Stone, Galway: 1100 BC – AD 1750 was last week officially launched at Galway City Museum. The opening was performed by Lynn Scarff, Director of the National Museum of Ireland. Other speakers at the event included the Mayor of the City of Galway, Cllr. Eddie Hoare, Chief Executive of Galway City Council, Leonard Cleary and the Director of the Galway City Museum, Eithne Verling.

The most influential Galwegian of the past fifty years

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Ronnie O’Gorman was the most influential Galwegian of the past fifty years. In The Galway Advertiser he created and nurtured a unique forum for Galway creativity, enterprise and community. Under Ronnie’s benign yet focused stewardship an entirely new version of Galway developed as the universal image of the city – an innovative, cultured, tolerant and sparkling city, successful, slightly raffish, and fun.

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.

Athenry ace primed for European introduction

Athletics Ireland has announced a strong team for next month’s European Athletics Championships. The event will be held in Rome between June 7 to 12, and will include one Galway athlete.


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