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Two talented Mayo artists were selected to participate in a recent Macnas Engineers of Imagination initiative. The programme, sponsored by Bank of Ireland, saw 10 of Ireland’s most exciting emerging visual artists brought to Galway for a month-long programme.
Professor John Fitzgerald will be giving his annual lecture on the Irish economy to GMIT business students at the Galway (Dublin Road) campus on Wednesday next ( November 1).
This Sunday will see Galway's city streets erupt in a riot of colour, magic, spectacle, mischief, and wild imagination as Port na bPúcaí, the Macnas Halloween parade, winds it way through town.
The first thing you notice about this image is the state of the street surface with its animal droppings and puddles. You had to be careful crossing the street, which is why they laid down cobbles between footpaths, you can see them at the entrance to Church Lane and Churchyard Street.
The closing date for entries to the Galway Chamber Business Awards 2017 in association with Shannon Airport is tomorrow Friday 20 October. The process is easy, simply fill in the application form, available online at www.galwaychamber.com
Bank of Ireland will host a seminar on pensions in Castlebar at 8.30am on Wednesay, October 11. The event, titled ‘Future Proof Your Future’ will take place in Breaffy House, Castlebar, is free to attend, and will feature a number of topics and speakers.
Mayo Association Dublin has announced the launch of the inaugural Mayo Association Dublin Schools’ Debating Competition this year for senior cycle students in Mayo, sponsored by MAYO.IE and in association with Bank of Ireland, Mayo.
The radical Left in Ireland has made significant advances since free market capitalism - which even had Insider fooled for a while - collapsed its own banking system in 2008. In that year, we were shaken unceremoniously awake from the long political sleep, which had fallen on the Western world since the fall of the Berlin Wall, by the sound of Allied Irish, the Bank of Ireland, and the rest of them, wailing at our windows for what amounted to the biggest social welfare payment in Irish history.
Dep Éamon Ó Cuív has this week hit out Bank of Ireland’s decision to withdraw key services from branches across the country, describing the move as “a huge insult to rural residents”.
New figures from Irish Heart’s Mobile Health Unit service show that a total of 292 people from Westmeath have availed of its free blood pressure checks during its first full year of operation.