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TUS honoured by EU Commission for work to advance gender equality

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Technological University of the Shannon (TUS) has been awarded the title EU Newcomer Gender Equality Champion for 2024 in recognition of its work to advance gender equality in education and research.

Paint like a pro - how to add colour to your garden with a painted fence

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Bryan Mulledy, Manager, Pat McDonnell Paints Athlone

Belief the name of the game for high-flying United Women

Lynsey McKey has long been a stalwart of the domestic women’s game. She has been involved in the top flight since its very inception in 2011. That she sat in front of the assembled media in The Connacht Hotel on Tuesday and joked about nerves for her first press conference tells you everything about the trajectory of the women’s game and her team.

Black tie event to mark 150 years of University of Galway Rugby

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University of Galway Rugby Club will hold a star-studded black-tie event at the Galmont Hotel this October to mark their 150th anniversary.

Wexford wobble leaves Galway two lifelines in Leinster

After the worrying nature of their loss to Wexford last week, the Galway senior hurlers have two games left to salvage their Leinster Championship ambitions, beginning up north at Corrigan Park to face Antrim this Saturday, May 18, with throw-in at 2pm.

Galway edge three-in-a-row thriller

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Connor Gleeson was the hero in Pearse Stadium last Sunday in the Connacht Championship final. His last-gasp free won Galway’s third consecutive provincial title, as the Tribesmen now look ahead to the group stage of the championship.

Liptons in Shop Street

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Our first image today is a beautiful study of part of Shop Street c1900. It is one of a number of Galway city photographs that are in an old album belonging to Norman Healy whom we thank for sharing it with us. The two women in the foreground are in their working clothes, plain black shawls and práiscíns which were heavy canvas working aprons used to carry vegetables or maybe fish in, or wear when they were washing clothes. One is carrying a basket which probably contained product she had to sell, possibly eggs, country butter or vegetables. The other lady may have had a basket strapped to her back. The gentleman behind is wearing an impressive white báinín jacket.

Hurlers’ hunt for Liam begins in Leinster

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By Alan Dooley

Clarinbridge Day Centre hosts Galway tea event to mark 30 years of Alzheimer’s Tea Day

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Mark your calendars for a very special cup of tea. The Alzheimer Society of Ireland is hosting the 30th Alzheimer’s Tea Day across Ireland and The Alzheimer’s Day Centre in Clarinbridge will join the celebrations with Tea Day on April 29 from 2pm to 4pm at the centre. The 30th anniversary is a significant milestone as statistics show that at least 30 people in Ireland are diagnosed with dementia, every single day.

Major milestone reached in the treatment of prostate cancer in Galway University Hospital

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Last month the Radiation Oncology team in the Galway University Hospital (GUH) marked a major milestone in the treatment of prostate cancer as the 1,000th patient underwent prostate seed implantation at the hospital.


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