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Con Doherty (Westport Tri) is no ordinary talent; he can dig deep when necessary and has the cutting edge to win as he has done in his age bracket at world level. In Ballinrobe he faced stiff opposition from Galway Tri man John Greaney who has racked up numerous wins this year against elite senior opposition, Greaney is a formidable runner and can hold his own on the bike, he won in Ballinrobe festival Duathlon last year and was the favourite again this year.
A People Uncounted, a documentary on the Roma Gypsies is to be screened in the city by Amnesty International Galway this month.
Trailblaze, the discussion, performance, and event forum, showcasing creative and socially engaged ideas and projects, with some of Ireland’s leading cultural provocateurs, is coming to Galway.
NUI GALWAY student and community radio station Flirt FM will be broadcasting two new documentary series starting this week.
Students from Gort Community School recently performed at the Amnesty International Human Rights Day celebration to remember the creation, 63 years ago, of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Leading figures from the fields of family law, child and family research, human rights, sociology, consumer protection will attend this year’s Business and Professional Women’s Club’s national conference in Galway.
The question of whether Irish legislation is sufficiently robust to protect families will be one of the topics discussed by the chairman of the Adoption Authority, Geoffrey Shannon at the upcoming BPW National Conference on the Family.
A CHARITY music gig in aid of Amnesty International will take place tonight from 8pm upstairs in Kelly’s Bar. Performers include Mikey and the Scallywags, Mark James, and Mumblaroo.
As the latest statistics showed Ireland's unemployment rate continues to rise, 20 young people from across Ireland gathered in Galway last weekend determined to highlight their desire for much needed change.
Amnesty International Galway will hold a table quiz to raise money for its anti-death penalty campaign in The Skeff Bar, Eyre Square, on Sunday April 25 at 8pm.