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Gradam Sheosaimh Uí Ógartaigh, the annual business award that recognises, honours and celebrates all the superb bilingual work undertaken in Galway city is now open for nominations.
Galway’s Whitney Huish claimed the official IKF All Ireland Ladies’ Bantamweight Kickboxing crown on Saturday night in Thurles.
Bernard Phillips, who was born c1835, was a widower who worked with Thomas McDonogh and Co in Merchants Road. He had been married to Mary Bowen from Galway, and they had five children. She unfortunately died, and some time afterwards Bernard was loaned by McDonogh’s to Craig and Gardiner, 41 Dame Street, Dublin, where he worked as a mercantile clerk. While he was there he met and married Teresa Hayes from Dublin. They came back to Galway and Bernard continued working for McDonogh’s.
St Julian’s is a deceptively spacious home — what looks like a small bungalow on a tight site is actually a storey and a half, five bedroom, home on a large site that opens up from front to rear. The house would require modernisation and offers an opportunity for purchasers to create their own style of home.
THE MULKERRIN Brothers, winners of the first RTÉ All-Ireland Talent Show, are about to embark on their first Irish tour which takes in dates in Galway and Castlebar.
THE NUI Galway Chamber Orchestra will hold a fundraising concert for Zikomo in the upper Aula Maxima, NUIG, on Monday at 8pm.
THE CREAM of national and international designers and illustrators come to Karma in Galway tomorrow as part of Heineken Expression.
THE SALTHILL Dancing Club have enlisted the help of Shawn Cuddy and his band to stage a ‘super dance’ this Sunday in the Galway Bay Hotel, Salthill.
GERALDINE MILLS’ new poetry collection An Urgency Of Stars, published by Arlen House, will be launched in Galway City Library this evening at 6pm.
A book of photographic reflections has been published in aid of Console, a local charity which creates awareness, hope and healing for people bereaved by suicide.