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The Mayor of Galway City, Councillor Frank Fahy, has launched the 13th annual Mayor’s Awards and called on people in Galway to nominate unpaid volunteers for their work in the city.
Sean Breathnach of Galway City Harriers took pride of place at the National Senior Indoor Championships at the Athlone IT arena last weekend.
Masterplans for the proposed recreational and amenity development at Kingston and South Park will be delivered by September, and there will be public consultation on the plans, with all relevant stakeholders.
A flower laying ceremony will be held at the Magdalene graves in Bohermore cemetery on Sunday at 3pm. This is part of the national Flowers for Magdalene’s event, which will see flowers being laid on Magdalene graves in cities and towns throughout the country that were home to Magdalene Laundries.
Uachtarán na hÉireann, Michael D. Higgins will launch a bilingual city initiative for the City of Galway as part of a programme of events for Seachtain na Gaeilge 2016.
MADRA says think responsibly before getting a dog as the number of stray dogs in city and county explodes
Galway-based dog rescue charity MADRA has asked that people think long and hard before introducing a dog to their home as the number of stray and surrender dogs continues to rise.
After many years abroad it is great to be home and raising my family in Galway. I have always been driven to maximise my impact on society but I never thought I would ever be asking my neighbours for votes. In my career, I’ve worked on major health reform in the English NHS. I’ve built infrastructure all over the world. More recently, I moved home and set up my own software business here in Galway.
The Martin Academy of Gel Nails will launch in Galway in the coming weeks to meet the growing demand for nail technicians in the West of Ireland. The business is the brainchild of beautician/business owner Naoise Martin who has set up the academy because she was having difficulty finding suitably qualified staff for her own salon, The Beauty Lounge, in the Eyre Square Shopping Centre.
While there was much talk of the importance of primary care centres by the Taoiseach and Tánaiste during Monday’s televised leaders’ debate, a Galway councillor has accused the Government and HSE of showing “little urgency in providing one for Knocknacarra”.
Campaign Launched to Encourage Students Not To Go Home Alone Galway City’s Skeff Bar & Kitchen launch ‘Tag Team’
A Galway City bar has launched a campaign aimed at students encouraging them to set up a tag team when out socialising. ‘Tag Team’ was the brainchild of General Manager Brian O’Toole who says that increasing incidents of young people failing to return home after nights out prompted his staff to do something.