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With the New Year just around the corner, many motorists are looking to upgrade their car and acquire one of those alluring new ‘141’ or ‘142’ plates.
Suit Republic is one of leading retail and wholesale suppliers of quality suits and casual menswear in Galway.
Time’s ticking, there is less than a week left to donate to Heaven Cent, a joint fundraising campaign run by Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital Crumlin and Temple Street Children’s Hospital.
Time’s ticking, there is only until July 15 to donate to Heaven Cent, a joint fundraising campaign run by Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital Crumlin and Temple Street Children’s Hospital.
All Special Olympics athletes and volunteers are invited to a reunion to mark 10 years since Ireland hosted the Special Olympics World Games in June 2003.
A Claregalway man accused of stealing more than €21,000 from his bank through payments by cheque to a number of businesses in Galway, Donegal, Mayo, and Westmeath over the course of just six consecutive days has been sent forward for trial.
In Mayo in 2012, local businesses donated a total of €1,093,638 in cash and in kind donations to local charities and community groups. Some 990 hours were volunteered by local employees and some 185 community partnerships were supported by 19 companies.
Eleven general staff nurses in Mayo General Hospital, who were facing the prospect of being unemployed at the end of this week, have had their contracts renewed for a three month period after the nurses boycotted the offering of a graduate programme which would lead to an immediate 20 per cent decrease in their wages.
The lack of a municipal art gallery, with proper facilities to house highly valuable art work such as the Daly Collection, which controversially was handed back to the owners, has been described this week as a major infrastructural deficit that must be addressed, with councillors calling on premises such as the historic Lynch’s Castle to be given back to the people of Galway for such a use.
The first rowing club to be set up on the river was Corrib Rowing and Yachting Club, and shortly afterwards the Commercial Club was founded. The inauguration of yet another club in 1882, The Royal Galway Yacht Club, provided further competition in rowing and yachting. It contributed to regattas locally by fielding crews, being included on committees, and other rowing activities, and it seems to have had a very strong yachting section.