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Moon’s Corner and The Stoic Man

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THE STRUCTURE of Gerald Dawe’s memoir The Stoic Man, recently published by the Lagan Press, follows much the same general outline of his Selected Poems, published in 2012, and could easily be subtitled A Tale of Three Cities, beginning in the troubled city of Belfast, continuing on to the cultural melting pot that was Galway during the 1970s and 1980s, before moving on the comfortable avenues of Dún Laoghaire and the ivory towers of Trinity College.

NUI Galway appoints new Director of Technology Transfer

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NUI Galway has appointed David Murphy as its new Director of Technology Transfer.

How we breathe affects so many aspects of our everyday health, says local expert as World Asthma Day approaches

A Galway based bestselling author claims that the secret to weight loss, fitness, and wellness lies in the most basic and most overlooked function of our bodies - how we breathe.

NUI Galway announces 2015 Alumni Award Winners

NUI Galway has announced the winners of the 2015 Alumni Awards to be presented at the 15th annual Alumni Awards Gala Banquet on Saturday, March 7. The ceremony will take place on the campus at the Bailey Allen Wing located in Áras na Mac Léinn.

City and county council merger a possibility under new report

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Galway city and county councils may cease to exist as separate entities and instead be merged into one local authority for the entire county under a major new review of local government arrangements.

Viking grave history explored

Viking graves and the valuable information they can provide on Norse military expansion in western Europe will be the subject of a talk presented by the Mayo Historical and Archaeological Society on Wednesday next at GMIT Castlebar at 8pm.

The enigma of Bulmer Hobson

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ONE OF the more positive aspects of the wave of new books being published on the 1912-1923 period in Irish history is that it will fully explore the events leading up to, during, and after the 1916 Rising. Not only this, but for the first time, the lives of many enigmatic men and women who a played vital - and often dangerous - part in the fight for Irish Independence, but who have been airbrushed out of history, will be recorded in full.

Telltale memory signs could indicate psychosis risk

Telltale signs in IQ, memory or social intelligence tests could identify if people are at risk of psychosis, according to the findings of a recent study.

Rents on the rise nationally

New physiotherapy clinic opens in Castlebar

At a time when business closures in Castlebar have dominated local media, it comes as welcome news that a new chartered physiotherapy practice has just opened in the town.

 

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