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City of Tribes diversifies its representation

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Fianna Fáil’s Josie Forde, a first-time candidate and the party’s only female runner in Galway, is one of six new councillors who survived the field of 52 runners on a day when her party lost its position as the largest on the local authority, going down from five to four seats. Her 665 first preferences got her in on the 14th count.

Coláiste an Chreagáin's end of year success

This was the second year Coláiste an Chreagáin’s science and engineering students were involved in the VEX Robotics school’s competition (hosted by ATU and sponsored by Boston Scientific). The competition is the culmination of months of hard work by students designing, building, trouble-shooting, and coding their robot – “Louise”. The school’s robotic club ran by science teacher Ms O’Dea, encourages and supports the development of future engineers and scientists.

Galway author wins at KPMG Children’s Books Ireland Award

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Galway author Serena Molloy is one of the six winners at this year’s KPMG Children’s Books Ireland Awards which were announced at a ceremony in Dublin this week in partnership with International Literature Festival Dublin.

Award winning Moate CS Junk Kouture students showcase fashion creation in New York

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A journey to the ‘Big Apple’ was most certainly an occasion to remember for Moate Community School students, Meabh O Shea, Evie Nugent, Eva Donlon, whose global award winning Junk Kouture fashion creation #TagMe received an invitation to participate in the International Women’s Forum which celebrated 50 years of women changing the world.

Discovering new ways of coping with life's challenges

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Imagine you are 50-years-old. You have a successful career, a loving family, and a beautiful home. You have a good circle of friends and interesting hobbies. On the outside, it looks as if you have it all.

Mary Whelan Fox Elocution Speech and Drama School students shine on national stage

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In a showcase of talent, students from the Mary Whelan Fox Elocution, Speech and Drama School claimed numerous accolades at the prestigious Speech and Drama Teachers of Ireland Feis in Dublin.

Unveiled portrait of PJ Lenihan a welcome addition to the Dean Crowe Theatre

As the All Ireland Drama Festival reaches its conclusion, local councillor Aengus O’Rourke has paid due tribute to artist Ruth Ryan whose recent portrait of PJ Lenihan now adorns the wall of the Dean Crowe Theatre.

Westmeath development squads host launch night in TUS Athlone Campus

Westmeath development squads hosted their 2024 launch night in TUS Athlone Campus recently.

Irish Freedom Party Westmeath Cumann selects two candidates to contest local elections

Shane Lynam (Moate LEA) and Catrina O’Donohoe (Athlone LEA), will contest the local elections on Friday, June 7, for the Irish Freedom party.

Saoirse Ruane and Martin Horgan to be remembered at Cathaoirleach’s Gala Ball

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The Cathaoirleach of the County of Galway, Cllr Liam Carroll has named local charities ACT for Meningitis and i4Life as the beneficiaries of the Cathaoirleach’s Gala Ball being held at The Clayton Hotel on Thursday May 16.

 

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