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The Mayo Masters team have faced all types of adversity and struggles over the past 20 years to keep their beloved sport alive but on Saturday last at a Gala Function in Ennis John Pat Sheridan, chairperson of the Mayo and the National Gaelic Masters Association, and his teammates were justly rewarded for their dedication to the sport they love so dearly.
It is very difficult to start to think, talk, and write about politics at home when we have had such a weekend of terror and murder in Paris.
If you Googled Galway last week you would have seen Edel Browne in international media like The Huffington Post, Niall McCormick winning 20k and local guys Chris Murphy and Simon Kiersey, winning regionally to pave the way for Galway on a national stage.
The Emerging N6 Preferred Route will be ineffective and will split communities says new campaign group
A group of concerned residents in the city have launched a campaign this week to highlight their opposition to the Emerging N6 Preferred Route. They claim that the construction of the road route will be ineffective, will wreck natural amenities and destroy communities. They also suggest that improved bus routes or also a light rail system and would be much more effective in alleviating the traffic problems.
Great news for coffee lovers! Costa Coffee, Europe’s favourite coffee house, has opened their second store in Galway creating 12 new jobs in Galway. Their first store in the city was opened at 21 Quay Street. The new Costa at Eyre Square offers all the top quality Costa drinks, food and products including Coffee Club – a points based reward scheme offering lots of free products.
Galway Bay Hotel’s wedding team invites you to join them tonight Thursday November 19 from 7-9pm, for their annual winter wedding fair. This fair will promise to be one of the best wedding exhibitions in the west of Ireland with guest speakers from Weddingsonline.ie with insights into bridal and wedding trends for 2016 and top tips for your special day. There will also be a fashion show featuring the latest wears from Belladonna Bridal, Martin Feeney Menswear and bridesmaid dresses from Harper Galway.
You still have until December 1 to enter the Student Enterprise Award in the annual SCCUL awards. In its third year, this award is sponsored by Winters Property – Ireland’s largest private student accommodation operator. Past entrants have shown incredible innovation and winners have included a range of apps and devices to improve business productivity and save lives.
Galway Grinds Academy is now enrolling for its upcoming popular Christmas intensive revision courses for Junior and Leaving Certificate students. There are a total of 14 courses from which to choose.
It is said that “charity begins at home”. It is also said “look after the pennies and the pounds look after themselves”. Maybe this has been updated for cents and euros I’m not sure but as part of the recent Budget documentation, a report on the VAT cost for charities was released by the Department of Finance. Its main findings and representations were put forward by the Irish charities Tax Reform Group, a working group formed to examine proposals of reducing the VAT burden on charities in Ireland.
Galway’s thriving arts and crafts sector will see 11 local exhibitors showcased in the biggest ever National Crafts and Design Fair at the RDS from December 2-6.