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BY MATT CASSIDY
A Fianna Fail county councillor from Headford has become the first woman chairperson of the HSE West’s regional health forum.
The world has changed a bit since the first time that Galway had a mayor named Pierce.
World Refugee Day takes place tomorrow, Tuesday June 20, and will be marked in Galway on with a series of events including talks, an information stand, and a music and food afternoon.
Sales professionals in the West of Ireland finally have a network to help them learn and share their experiences across industries. The first event of the Sales Professionals Network took place in the Portershed, Galway and was attended by over 150 sales and marketing professionals working in the West of Ireland. A formal launch of the Sales Professionals Network will take place in the coming months.
If there is a protest, a march, a meeting, or some kind of political event going on in Galway city, you can be sure to see him there. Wherever there is a progressive or protest body, group, or organisation, he has probably helped found it, is an active member, or at the very least plays a role in supporting it.
Galway 2020 has announced the appointment of local business leader Hannah Kiely to the position of Chief Executive Officer of the company tasked with delivering Galway’s European Capital of Culture in 2020. As CEO of Galway 2020, Hannah will be responsible for leading the Executive Team working closely with the new Galway 2020 Board of Directors to deliver the ambitious programme and vision before and during European Capital of Culture in 2020, as well as ensuring that a strong and lasting legacy follows to benefit the city, county and wider region.
THE COUNTDOWN has begun to the 2017 Galway Community Pride festival which runs from August Monday 7 to Sunday 13, and in advance of that, a number of fun fundraising events will take place.
The right of people to practice their religion freely without interference or repression from the State is an important right in any democracy, and equally no religion should have a privileged position in the State or inform government policy and legislation.
With just five weeks to go, planning for Ballina Salmon Festival is well under way with a packed programme of family-friendly events confirmed for Mayo’s largest community festival. Now in its 53rd year, the 2017 festival runs for three additional days, from Sunday, July 9, to Sunday, July 16, and will bring the streets alive with street theatre, live music, food, heritage, sports, and exhibitions.