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John McAreavey to speak at Knock faith event

John McAreavey is to speak about his personal faith journey since the tragic loss of his wife, Michaela, as part of a faith festival at Knock Shrine next month.

Dr Carol Coulter appointed as Adjunct Professor in NUI Galway’s School of Law

BY DECLAN VARLEY

Public lecture on the life and ideas of Eoin MacNeill

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Eoin MacNeill is best known as the man who countermanded the order for the 1916 Rising to begin, and for representing the Government at the boundary commission which left the country still partitioned.

New exhibition explores borders and boundaries

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THE BOUNDARIES, borders, and restrictions people impose on themselves and each other is the theme of the Galway Arts Centre's first exhibition of 2016, On the Border between Time and Loss, which opens tomorrow.

Countdown to Election 2016 - the state of the parties

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As we approach the middle of January, all eyes in the political world turned to what promises to be a hectic political year in 2016. At its heart is the General Election, shortly to be called, but we will also see elections to the Northern Ireland Assembly, a possible referendum on Britain's EU membership, and a period of commemorations to mark the centenary of the Easter Rising.

117 companies confirmed for Skipper Expo

117 companies from the Irish fishing industry will exhibit at at Skipper Expo Int at the Galway Bay Hotel on 4 and 5 March.

Poems to disturb your peace

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THERE ARE people, those with the better variety of accent, and PhDs mostly purchased for them their parents, who will use the fact that James O’Toole’s debut poetry collection, The Street, is self-published to try and dismiss it.

Westmeath one of 13 counties in Ireland with no air monitoring station

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This week the Asthma Society of Ireland is highlighting the significant failings in the monitoring of air quality in Ireland.

A vote for an Independent is a wasted vote

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It is fashionable to be Independent at the moment, but given the record of Independents nationally and locally, Insider is not exactly sure why. True, political parties are not that popular right now, and Independents do not have to carry that baggage, but what have they ever actually done? What is their purpose?

‘We don’t support you! We will not hide you, we will report you’ Galway Imam tells ISIS

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My dear Irish brethren, I write this piece with deepest sorrow in my heart that, once again, innocent people have been killed by those who claim to be Muslims and claim to belong to the faith of Islam.

 

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