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Farm Focus - Foxford company forward thinking for the future

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Farm Focus is a Transition Year mini-company from St.Joseph's Secondary School, Foxford, Co.Mayo.

The first Galway-London airmail flight

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On August 26 1929, a North German Lloyd Liner arrived at 6.30am in the morning in Galway Bay from New York. Special bags of mail were immediately taken from the ship into Galway by launch, and together with mails that were especially made up in Galway Post Office, were rushed by car to Oranmore Airport. Notices has been placed in the Eglinton Street office saying that letters would have a special impress affixed for this flight, and that they should be posted early.

An evening of literary exploration with Donal Ryan and Martin Dyar

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Booker-nominated novelist Donal Ryan and Patrick Kavanagh Award-winning poet Martin Dyar will be in Castlebar next week to present Hearts and Minds, a special evening of collaborative and interactive explorations of their work, at the Linenhall Arts Centre.

Hear James Kilbane perform in Holy Trinity Church, Westport

The Holy Trinity Church, Newport Road, Westport will hold a fundraising concert night with country gospel singer James Kilbane on Friday October 21 at 8pm. This concert is in support of the church's local fundraising efforts which is being undertaken to cover costs and pay for restoration work to the Holy Trinity building.

Farrell encourages older people in Westmeath to apply for the Fuel Allowance

Local Fine Gael councillor Tom Farrell has encouraged older people in Westmeath to apply for the Fuel Allowance this autumn, as the new fuel allowance season gets underway in advance of the winter.

Postmasters call for Post Offices to become ‘the State on your Doorstep’

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Postmasters have set out a vision for Post Offices to become ‘The State on your Doorstep’, including all Postmasters automatically becoming Peace Commissioners.

Lindbergh

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Out of the mists of the Monday afternoon of October 23 1933, there came to Galway a seaplane with a blue black fuselage, orange wings, and silver floats. She circled low over The Claddagh, swooped across the old Spanish Arch, and taking a wide sweep over Lough Corrib, swung around and landed near the lighthouse at 65 miles an hour with scarcely a ripple on the water. Claddagh boats put out in welcome, for it was Colonel Charles A Lindbergh who had flown alone from New York to Paris in May 1927, in 33.5 hours. He had come to Galway as a technical adviser of Pan-American Airways to see what facilities Galway Harbour had to offer as a seaplane base. The Claddagh boatmen towed his plane into New Docks where he was met by several local dignitaries.

O’Donnellan & Joyce launches Wild Atlantic Way autumn property auction

O’Donnellan & Joyce has launched its Wild Atlantic Way autumn property auction which will take place on Tuesday September 27, the fifth in the company's series of property auctions for 2016.

O’Donnellan & Joyce launches Wild Atlantic Way autumn property auction

O’Donnellan & Joyce has launched its Wild Atlantic Way autumn property auction which will take place on Tuesday September 27, the fifth in the company's series of property auctions for 2016.

O’Donnellan & Joyce to launch its Wild Atlantic Way autumn auction

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O’Donnellan & Joyce is set to hold its Wild Atlantic Way autumn auction on Tuesday September 27, the fifth in its series of property auctions for 2016.

 

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