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The Galway Race Ball committee has confirmed that this year’s ball will go ahead. This is the ninth year of the event which has raised in excess of €500,000 for Irish charities. The event is one of the highlights of the Galway Race week calendar and is the place to be seen for the countrys fashionistas.
Cnoc an Óir is a fine development of semidetached homes which were built c1998 by FBD Developments Ltd. Located just off the Letteragh Road, all amenities are close by such as schools, church, sports grounds, hotels, Westside Shopping Centre, Knocknacarra Shopping Centre, NUIG, and UHG, with Galway city centre less than two miles away.
Ireland West Airport Knock has become the new location to tell the story of the newly discovered ‘national treasure’, the Jackie Clarke Library and Archive. Mayo County Council is delighted to bring to the public an exhibition on the collection in association with the airport.
As the jobs carnage in this country is set to surpass half a million by the end of the year, Mayo has felt the full wrath of what it means to belong to the unemployed statistics this week with the announcement of 80 job losses in Belmullet.
Sometimes there can be no hiding from hard facts. And here are two:
Galway ladies celebrated a successful weekend with both the seniors and juniors recording victories over Mayo to claim provincial titles.
Connacht won the u-13 2009 Gaynor Cup in Limerick, having progressed through the tournament unbeaten.
The popular Derek Crowe Memorial six-a side soccer league, which is held in memory of the former Mervue Utd/Galway Utd player, takes place this Saturday and Sunday.
AN ESSENTIAL part of every Galway Arts Festival is productions from Galway Youth Theatre and the company will present two shows this year.