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Two Mayo students are finalists in national writing competition

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Siobhan Halligan (second year, Mount St Michael Secondary School, Claremorris) and Catherine King (second year, Jesus and Mary Secondary School, Crossmolina) are both finalists in the 2013 John West Fantasy Writing Competition – and they are competing against each other in the same category. It is an impressive achievement for both girls as the competition attracted more than 11,000 entries this year.

Police Academy star to play The Royal Theatre

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Michael Winslow, multi-talented comedian best known for his role as Sgt Larvelle in the Police Academy series of movies is bringing his hilarious show to the Royal Theatre, Castlebar on Thursday July 26.

Galway’s first app competition reveals talented coders at NUI Galway and GMIT

Judging the competition were NUI Galway’s John Breslin, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Dr Jim Duggan, Information Technology, Dr Michael Lang, Business Information Systems, Clodagh Barry, Bright Ideas Initiative, and local company founders Paul Killoran, Ex Ordo, Michael FitzGerald, OnePageCRM and Dave Kelly, BeautyBoss. Professor Chris Curtin, Vice-President for Innovation and Performance at NUI Galway, presented the prizes.

‘Appy out — competition to get college students working on new innovative apps

A new competition ‘Code Ninja’ has been launched for students at Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) and NUI Galway. Code Ninja is an App development competition, designed to train and encourage students to be creative in the cultivation of their own tech ideas.

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‘Appy out — competition to get college students working on new innovative apps

A new competition ‘Code Ninja’ has been launched for students at Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) and NUI Galway. Code Ninja is an App development competition, designed to train and encourage students to be creative in the cultivation of their own tech ideas.

Castlebar student is finalist in fantasy writing competition

With a finalist in the Brainfood.ie fantasy writing competition from Mayo, Ireland may well have found its own Stephanie Meyer, JK Rowling, or JRR Tolkien. Ten-year-old Sarah Bourke from St Peter’s NS in Snugboro, Castlebar, has made it to the final 16 – a very impressive achievement when one considers that nearly 5,000 pupils nationwide entered the competition.

Róisín Dubh and Town Hall up for venue awards

The Róisín Dubh and the Town Hall Theatre have both been shortlisted for the 2010 IMRO National Live Music Venue of the Year Award.

Run anywhere in the world!

Whether you are an elite athlete, a casual runner, or just enjoy going for a walk to keep fit, a new Apple iPhone Application called Fun Run Trainer may change forever the way you use a treadmill. Fun Run Trainer is a unique iPhone application that allows the user to run, jog, or walk, anywhere in the world on any treadmill as if you are there, with a real time video map and precise inclination settings.

Minister treated to array of educational projects

This week, Kilkenny Education Centre played host to a visit from An Tánaiste, and Minister for Education and Skills, Mary Coughlan TD.

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