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Sponsored by Athlone Towncentre, 'Friday's Most Stylish' award was won by Caitriona Coyle from Killeigh in county Offaly.
The Galway minor footballers, under the guidance of Donal Ó Fatharta, won the Connacht championship for the fourth year in a row when they defeated the home side by 2-13 to 2-09 at Hyde Park on Sunday.
Diarmuid Crowley, a native of Co Cork, was arrested, charged with being a judge in the Sinn Féin courts, and incarcerated in Galway Jail even though he was ill. His condition worsened and he demanded the attendance of a private medical doctor. The prison doctor refused, so 40 Sinn Féin prisoners decided to do something to prevent Mr Crowley suffering any further.
The phrase ‘rising from the ashes’ may be a cliché for some but for Evelyn O’Toole, founder and CEO of trailblazing company Complete Laboratory Solutions (CLS) and 2017’s Entrepreneur of the Year, it literally describes her path to business success. CLS is now the largest privately owned contract laboratory in Ireland with two facilities, one in Rosmuc and the other on the outskirt of Galway city, yet Evelyn only founded the company after losing her first job when her employer’s premises was destroyed by fire.
He has been Galway Science Person of the Year, Volunteer of the Year, a recipient of Galway Mayoral Community and Social Award and both the Technology in Schools Award and Technology in the Community Award.
The issue at the heart of this referendum is whether we are going to introduce abortion-on-demand.
THE PHYSICAL presence and classy design of Julian Gough’s new novel, Connect, really does debunk the classic cliché of 'You can’t judge a book by its cover'.
Get Ready! Battle of the Bands kicks off this Thursday (May 17) at 10pm at the Prince of Wales Hotel, Athlone.
NUI Galway’s Irish Centre for Human Rights, School of Law, is hosting an international conference on ‘The Rights of Migrants and Refugees: the role of courts and tribunals’ starting today (Thursday) and continuing tomorrow.
Last week the BBC contacted me to ask ‘What would a NO vote say about Ireland’. The type of profound question that stops you in your stride. It was uppermost in my mind over the weekend.