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Management at Ireland West Airport has welcomed last week’s announcement of planned increased investment in Ireland West Airport as part of the Project Ireland 2040 Plan.
Students from the College of Engineering and Informatics will host Ireland’s first student-run energy summit, ‘Galway Energy Summit 2018’ on 8 March in the Bailey Allen Hall at NUI Galway.
A sparkling black tie affair last Saturday night in the Ballsbridge Hotel, Dublin, saw the Mayo Association Dublin celebrate its annual awards gala, rebranded this year as The Yew Tree Ball.
The bright, warm and long evenings during the month of May are very much on the minds of choirs this month as the countdown to the choir entry deadline of Wednesday January 31 draws near. The organisers of the now well-established Mayo International Choral Festival have been inundated with inquiries for this May, with many returning choirs, which is most unusual considering that choirs tend to visit a different location each year.
The Irish Chapter of the International Coaching Federation (ICF) recently awarded the ICF Ireland Rising Star Coaching Award for 2017 to Athlone based coach, David O’Grady.
The Minister for Rural and Community Development, Michael Ring, has welcomed the news that the Government is to invest €1,868,000 in Ireland West Airport Knock. The funding is part of a €3.6 million Regional Airports Programme funding package announced earlier this week.
Athlone and District Housing Association has donated €10,000 to the Midlands Simon Community’s essential services in Athlone.
Galway's Shark Swimming Club has been named the Connacht Swim Club of the Year for 2017 for overall excellence, and also won the Clubmark Award for corporate governance.
The Athlone Drug Awareness Group celebrated its 21st anniversary last week by organising an event as part of the annual Midlands Regional Drug and Alcohol Taskforce’s Drug Awareness week.
John Maughan cut a happy man not long after the full time whistle had blown in MacHale Park on Sunday - his Lahardane side had overcome conceding two sloppy first half goals and trailing by four points at the short whistle to run out comprehensive winners against Ballymote.