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COPE Galway this week launched a booklet to Remember, Respect and Record stories of the women who lived and worked in the Magdalen Laundry in Galway. The local charity sees the booklet as a way of acknowledging this painful history while also looking to a new use for the convent building associated with the laundry – a state-of-the-art centre for women and children who experience domestic abuse in Galway.
Patronage of Galway's new second-level school, due to open in 2019, has been awarded to Educate Together, following a long campaign by Educate Together, and a grassroots group of Galway parents who have been working on this over the past six years.
Bord Bia, Ireland’s food board, has appointed Moycullen native Ailish Forde as Director of Markets where she will implement Bord Bia’s new Plan to Grow framework across all overseas markets. Previously, Ms Forde led the food and beverage division as Food and Beverage Strategy and Planning Director.
Leading audit, tax and advisory firm Mazars has officially opened its new Galway office and announced that it will create up to 30 new jobs over a three-year period, doubling the headcount of the office from 30 to 60. While 20 of the new positions will service its recently created outsourced accounting business in Galway, there will be an additional 10 roles in audit, tax and advisory also located in the new office.
Anam Cara Galway, the organisation that supports bereaved parents, is holding its monthly parent evening on Wednesday November 7 at 7:20pm in the Clayton Hotel, Old Monivea Road, Ballybrit, Galway.
Impending closure of YAP service in Galway/Roscommon will have detrimental impact on young people and families, says Murphy
Fianna Fáil TD Eugene Murphy has highlighted the impending closure of YAP Ireland’s service in Galway/Roscommon and the detrimental impact he feels this will have on young people and families in the area.
The Nissan Qashqai continues to be the best-selling car in Ireland with some 4,000 new buyers making it their car of choice up to the end of September this year.
Thirty-three Mayo teens have graduated from Foróige’s Leadership for Life Programme, accredited by the National University of Ireland Galway (NUIG).
Mr Michael Ring TD, the Minister for Rural and Community Development, this week announced funding of €40,000 for the development of the Michael Davitt Museum which is situated in the historic village of Straide.
The Irish Uplands Forum last week hosted, to great success, its biennial conference in Mayo for the first time, with a two day event at the GN Mulranny Park Hotel.