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300 free college places at AIT through Springboard+ 2015

Around 300 free colleges places on 15 courses are to be made available at Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT) through Springboard+ 2015. This is the largest offering of free part-time and full-time higher education places to provide reskilling and upskilling opportunities nationally for up to 9,000 jobseekers.

Council pays tribute to recently deceased locals

The members of Mayo County Council paid tribute to a number of people who had recently passed away at their April meeting on Monday. Included in those was the late John Durcan, who was a brother of Cllr Frank Durcan. Cllr Cyril Burke said: “He was a great business man and was highly respected in the town and involved in many areas of the community and will be missed.”

O’Boyle to run in Mayo in general election

A prominent member of the Land League West, Gerry O’Boyle will be running in the Mayo constituency in next year’s general election.

GMIT welcomes largest ever intake of new students

GMIT has welcomed more than 2,000 first year students to its campuses in Galway and Mayo this month, the largest cohort of new students in the institute’s history.

Get up to speed on the Giro D’Galway charity cycle tour

An open information evening is taking place on Monday September 1 at 6.30pm in Bradley Motors in the Dublin Road in Galway for the Giro D’Galway charity cycle tour in aid of Jigsaw Galway.

Ruane wants action on patient being ‘led up the garden path’ over hip operations

Sinn Féin Castlebar town councillor and Local Election candidate Thérése Ruane has accused the HSE of leading an elderly patient awaiting a hip operation “up the garden path”.

Constitution Day, April 18, 1949

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On that day 65 years ago, the Government declared Ireland to be a Republic. This did not help Anglo-Irish relations at the time, and it also upset deValera and his Fianna Fáil colleagues, but it was the cause of public celebrations around the country.

Public talk on Roger Casement and the Irish language

Sir Roger Casement was famous for his humanitarianism and his patriotism, but less well known, was his interest in the Irish language.

Down will test Downey’s ladies

Call to re-establish thrombolysis service

A county councillor and member of the HSE West’s regional health forum is calling on the health authority to re-establish a stroke service at Portiuncula Hospital.

 

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