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On Friday November 10 Shannon McHugh and Ciara Keaveney, third-year students from Glenamaddy, and Thomas Hayes, a sixth-year student from Yeats ColLege, competed among the top young scientific minds at SciFest 2017 and were awarded an Excellance in STEM award, for their projects examing the benefits of ash as a fertiliser for plant growth, and to heart valve prototypes to treat heart valve disease. SciFest, now in its 10th year, is funded primarily by Science Foundation Ireland, Intel Ireland and Boston Scientific.
Once again Christmas approaches and inevitably that means it’s time to prepare for our Annual Christmas Art Competition. The principal aim of the competition is to find a glorious colour cover for the Christmas week edition of the Galway Advertiser on December 21 and in so doing we know a great many people derive a lot of pleasure and satisfaction from entering.
FIELD TRIP, the Galway band who mix garage rock, indie-pop, and surf rock, with a grasp of songwriting and arrangement it takes others years to master, play the next Bus King gig.
He died at the Battle of Bosworth Field in August 1485 and his mortal remains were found under a carpark in Leicester in 2012. In between, he became one of the most demonised of all English monarchs - but this month, he visits Galway.
Galway is now the most multilingual city in Ireland with 20 per cent of the city's population speaking a language other than Irish or English at home, according to a new report by two NUI Galway academics.
Minister for the Diaspora and International Development Ciaran Cannon has said that jobseekers in Galway should be aware that their entitlements will not be affected should they avail of opportunities for work over the Christmas period.
See the full range of quality Irish manufactured suites at Siopa Troscán, Moycullen, where all the suites can be made to order. The full range of styles covers everything from contemporary to traditional. Pictured is the Roisin suite, now €1,949 (was €2,499).
The Moycullen footballers were crowned 2017 Connacht intermediate champions after a facile 6-23 to 5-04 win over St Mary's (Sligo) last weekend.
‘If your business comes from relationships, then make relationships your business’
Nominations for the 2017 Galway People of the Year Awards are now being sought by the organising committee.