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OH NO it’s not! Oh yes it is! The An Taibhdhearc panto is back and this Christmas Beauty and the Beast will get the as Gaeilge make-over as Áille agus Allta from December 17 to 20.
Maurice Semple’s book Reflections on Lough Corrib has a very good section on the history of rowing on the river and lake. The first clubs were formed in the mid 19th century, and competitive rowing has been a feature of Galway life since. A number of pupils in Coláiste Iognáid came together in October 1934 to ask the school if it would consider setting up a Jes Rowing Club. Happily, it did, and thus began a history of great achievement which continues to the present day.
Dr John O’Dea, president of Engineers Ireland, has called on the Government to prioritise investment in regenerative medicine manufacturing technology for the next generation of job creation.
Galwayman, Dr John O’Dea, president of Engineers Ireland, has called on the Government to prioritise investment in regenerative medicine manufacturing technology for the next generation of job creation.
Calansanctius College, Oranmore, has been crowned Connacht golf champions and will represent the province in the All Ireland schools golf semi-finals in April next year.
John O’Dea, CEO of Galway-based Crospon and new president of Engineers Ireland, has said that the health of Ireland’s €7.9 billion medical devices export sector is hugely dependent on the expertise and ready supply of skilled engineers.
A local author has written a new children’s book which warns parents, teachers and children about the dangers of ticks, the tiny parasites which can carry Lyme disease.
Worldwide more than one million people die by suicide each year. This week, Suicide Prevention Week provides an opportunity to promote worldwide action to prevent suicides and to build resilience in communities. Communities across the globe will be lighting a candle to show their support for suicide prevention, to remember a lost loved one, and for the survivors of suicide.
Galway-based medical device firm Crospon has this week announced that it has received clearance from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in the US for the first use of its EndoFLIP system in gastroenterology applications.
Galway have reached the All-Ireland Senior Ladies semi-finals for the first time since 2005 after disposing of Clare in Birr on Saturday evening by 5-19 to 2-16.