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Recently Phyl Furness, one of the best known personalities in Oughterard, celebrated her 100th birthday.
A memorial seat in honour of two local men was unveiled last Thursday on Linenhall Street, Castlebar. The seat was erected opposite the home of Jack and Tommy Blaine from New Antrim Street, who both died in tragic circumstances in July 2013.
Connacht need to change a poor record over Cardiff when they head to the Welsh capital for tomorrow evening’s Guinness Pro 12 fixture.
Cllr Terry O’Flaherty’s relative Bernard Laffey was the uncle of the late Bridie O’Flaherty, the former mayor of Galway city. Bernard was born in Clooncah, Woodlawn, and at the age of 20 was serving in the first battalion of the Irish Guards.
With Official Ireland’s new found interest in The Great War has come much talk of the sacrifice and heroism of the Irish soldiers who fought in the trenches between 1914-1918.
The Galway County Council, Failte Ireland, and a committee set up to safeguard the future of Thoor Ballylee near Gort have been continuing their efforts to find a way to reopen the ancient tower, once the retreat of WB Yeats.
The efforts by a group of local people to have the famous Yeats' Tower (Thoor Ballylee), near Gort, south Galway, reopened is to be welcomed and supported.
A Mullingar businessman has just been chosen as poster boy for the latest Bank of Ireland business support campaign known as Enterprise Week.
Brothers Michael (18) and Matthew (15) Gardiner from Parklands, Clarinbridge, are celebrating winning two major awards in the World Irish Dance Championships in London.