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Considering the value of the Eighth Amendment - Ireland’s right to life amendment

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I remember very well when I first got involved in the pro-life movement. I was at an information stand on Societies day in NUI, Galway and a second-year student approached me. She said, ‘Please tell people that it’s not the answer’. She had been through abortion. It was offered to her as a ‘choice’ that would liberate her but instead had caused her significant suffering. It’s distressing that her voice and the voice of many other women like her are not given a hearing during this debate. They deserve better.

International cancer trial seeking cure for leukaemia opens in University Hospital Galway

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To coincide with Cancer Week (September 25 to October 1), Cancer Trials Ireland has announced the opening of the Irish arm of an international cancer trial at University Hospital Galway investigating promising cures for leukaemia

Oh what a knight — Claregalway Castle set for marvellous weekend of medieval combat

The first, full-contact, medieval tournament in Ireland for over 400 years happened at Claregalway Castle in 2015 and returns this weekend Sept 30 to Oct 1 from 12pm-6pm.

The Fureys to play the Town Hall

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IRISH FOLK music legends, The Fureys, best known for the songs ‘When You Were Sweet 16’, ‘The Green Fields Of France’, 'Red Rose Café’, ‘Leaving Nancy’, and ‘Steal Away’, return for their 14th visit to the Town Hall Theatre.

MEDIEVAL TOURNAMENT MAKES A COMEBACK IN IRELAND!!

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Grealish demands change to planning laws as Apple ‘reconsiders’ Athenry move

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The State’s planning laws, particularly the ability of people, with no established links to an area, being able to make planning objections which impede development, must be changed, especially after reports have emerged that Apple is reconsidering its €850 million data centre in Athenry.

Lots for families to choose from at Baboró festival

The Baboró International Arts Festival for Children returns next month, from October 16 to 22, and there is a feast of shows to delight and entertain families looking for something fun to do after school or on the weekend.

Grealish demands change to planning laws as Apple 'reconsiders' Athenry move

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The State's planning laws, particularly the ability of people, with no established links to an area, being able to make planning objections which impede development, must be changed, especially after reports have emerged that Apple is reconsidering its €850 million data centre in Athenry.

Kai and Loam named among top twenty most sustainable food businesses

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Galway restaurants Loam and Kai have been named on the shortlist for the most sustainable food service business, the only Irish restaurants alongside 18 other businesses, as part of the Food Made Good Business 2017 awards.

Kai Restaurant named among Top 20 most sustainable food businesses

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Kai Restaurant has been named on the shortlist for the most sustainable food service business. Restaurants from Denmark, Ireland, France and the United States are vying with 14 of the UK’s finest for the Food Made Good Business 2017 award which will be presented to the restaurant or food service business that has received the highest Food Made Good rating from the Sustainable Restaurant Association (SRA) in the last year, at the Food Made Good Awards, on 5th October.

 

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