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Gaillimh le Gaeilge has announced the 16 nominees who have been selected as this year’s finalists for Gradam Sheosaimh Uí Ógartaigh 2021. Celebrating the Gradam’s 19th anniversary, this year’s Gearrliosta reflects the diverse range of businesses and organisations celebrating an Ghaeilge and making their mark on bilingual Galway and across the country.
As Autumn closes in, Gradam Sheosaimh Uí Ógartaigh moves to the next stage of Galway’s bilingual Business Award. 31 businesses and organisations across Galway, are preparing to showcase their bilingual endeavours as they prepare their Pacáistí Eolais (information packs) to impress the moltóirí and take one step closer to becoming the new tribe of Galway.
Business accessibility, employment, innovation, sustainability as well as building towards the future will be the key themes of this year’s Galway Chamber Business Awards.
During the pandemic, our frontline workers have worked tirelessly to keep us safe and well. In these difficult times they have certainly made the ultimate sacrifice to help save other people.
St. Anthony’s & Claddagh Credit Union & St Jarlath’s Credit Union have teamed up again along with Galway Bay FM to roll out a €3,000 giveaway to benefit locals and local businesses as they celebrate some of the recent lockdown restrictions easing. The trio are launching the giveaway live on Galway Bay FM for three weeks.
With over one week to go, the deadline to enter Gradam Sheosaimh Uí Ógartaigh - Galway’s bilingual business award is fast approaching; the closing date for Gradam entries is next Friday April 30.
Early in 1922, the urban council decided to purchase the hangar and some of the huts at Oranmore Airfield which had been used by the RAF there. The price was £400. Willie Joe Simon’s tender for their removal and re-erection of was accepted. Following the assembly of the Hangar in Salthill Park, a council meeting was held there and decided that ‘a dancing floor in timber be laid down’. They also recommended that one of the sheds purchased in Oranmore ‘be erected adjoining the Hangar to be used as a kitchen and supper room’. Three councillors, John Coogan, Mr Bailey, and Martin Cooke supported the sale, other councillors said it would become a ‘white elephant’. They were wrong.
NUI Galway report makes recommendations to BAI about absence of Irish language content on licensed radio stations
Research funded by the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI) and carried out by NUI Galway into the use of the Irish language on licensed radio services has made several recommendations.
Galway Bay FM commentator Tommy Devane has launched an initiative to acknowledge the efforts of frontline workers.
In its recent publication, Wastewater Treatment in Galway, An Taisce reminded us that until the wastewater treatment plant on Mutton Island came into operation in 2004, this city had historically allowed 6,000,000 litres of untreated raw sewage a day to flow out into Galway Bay, a Special Area of Conservation.