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Steve Cummins - 'daddy' comedy for the Róisín Dubh

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THROUGH A combination of good genes, horse placenta, and an incredible ability for self delusion, Steve Cummins is an author, radio host, and stand up-comedian. It's in the latter guise Galway will see him in next week.

NUI Galway announce appointment of first ever VP for Equality and Diversity in an Irish university

NUI Galway today announced the appointment of Professor Anne Scott as Vice President for Equality and Diversity. This is the first appointment of its kind in an Irish University.

Auction specialist IAM-SOLD launches new auction on July 23

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Galway based property firm IAM-SOLD, which currently operates The Connacht Property Auction and The Munster Property Auction, has announced the launch of a new auction in Leinster, with its first public auction event being held on July 23.

New Survey of Clare Island launched

Brian Hayes, TD, Minister of State with special responsibility for the Office of Public Works officially launched two volumes of the New Survey of Clare Island at the National Botanic Gardens. The two volumes (Volume 7: Plants and Fungi and Volume 8: Soils and Soil Associations) are published by the Royal Irish Academy (RIA) as part of the New Survey project.

Mayo students in bid to become Ireland’s Top Young Problem Solvers at DCU

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Two Mayo students, Sofia Ferdini and Ruth O’Connor of Mount St Michael, have taken part in the All Ireland Linguistics Olympiad finals, the search to find Ireland’s top young decoders at Dublin City University. The best performers at the national finals in DCU will be selected to represent Ireland at the International Linguistics Olympiad in Manchester in July 2013.

Castlebar girl presents Queen with flowers at Trinity College

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An Taoiseach Enda Kenny and his wife Fionnuala were not the only Castlebar people to meet the Queen this week. Fourth year Trinity College student Rebecca Kilkelly from Castlebar presented the royal visitor with an arrangement of native Irish flowers during her visit to Trinity College on Tuesday afternoon.

Local courses to open up innovative career path for young people

The Centre for Talented Youth Ireland is holding assessments for secondary school students at GMIT’s northern building on Saturday at 1.30pm.

Galway and Dublin scientists team up to develop life saving meningitis test

Scientists in Galway and Dublin are working together to develop a sophisticated test which it is hoped will quickly diagnose the symptoms of meningitis within an hour thereby saving children’s lives.

 

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