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Clifden Community school public speaking team success

The Clifden Community School public speaking team won the Business Professional Women Connacht Public Speaking Regional Competition held in The Ardilaun hotel on November 11.Ten teams from Connacht took part.

Clifden Traditional Music Festival

THE CAPITAL of Connemara will come alive with music at the fifth annual Clifden Traditional Music Festival from Thursday April 10 to Sunday 13.

Galway companies develops students’ commitment to completing Leaving Cert

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Employees in some of Galway’s top companies recently welcomed fifth year students from local schools into their premises to give them a chance to see what it is really like to work there, as part of the Schools Business Partnership (SBP) which facilitates partnerships between schools and local businesses.

Marist defend Connacht crown to deny Garbally 

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St Joseph's College, Garbally, Ballinasloe 11

Hey Mister Teacher Man

ABOUT FIVE years ago I received an e-mail from a Dutch customer who wanted to know if we could supply 42 copies of a single Mills and Boon title. Having sourced and supplied the 42 copies, I asked him out of sheer curiosity why he wanted them.

Cliften prepares for ten days of festival fun

The President of Ireland, Michael D Higgins, will open the Clifden Arts Festival this evening in the Clifden Community School.

Get ready for Clifden Arts Festival

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THE SAW Doctors, DruidMurphy, The Waterboys’ Mike Scott, paintings by Jack B Yeats, and the presence of Uachtarán na hÉireann, will be part and parcel of the 35th Annual Clifden Arts Festival.

Include Galway schools in new stimulus package says Grealish

Galway schools needing rebuilding and refurbishment should be included in the €2 billion stimulus package announced by the Government this week.

Census proves case for new school in Clifden, says Kyne

Census figures showing that Clifden is the fastest growing town in Connacht provide further strong evidence that a purpose-built facility is needed as a matter of urgency to cater for the educational needs of North Connemara, that is according to Fine Gael Galway West TD Seán Kyne, who is calling on the Minister of Education to re-evaluate his department’s plans for education provision in the area.

Campaign for new Clifden school building continues

The campaign to have a new school building for the students and teachers of Clifden Community School is continuing with Clifden Community School Initiative along with the students, teachers, parents and the wider community coming together to highlight the urgent need for the school to be built.

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