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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.
Sunday’s All-Ireland Ladies semi-final between Galway and Cork was overshadowed by a series of farcical events which occurred the morning of the game and since.
The virtual Tree of Lights celebration at Galway Hospice takes place online this Sunday at 5pm. Each light on the Galway Memorial Tree is a tribute to a loved one who has passed away, but Covid-19 me
The virtual Tree of Lights celebration at Galway Hospice takes place online this Sunday at 5pm.
An atmospheric landscape by Joan Hogan, one of Galway’s leading artists, will be auctioned by the Lions Club tomorrow.
As Christmas approaches there are many members of our community in need of help. Covid-19 regulations have, in common with many others, restricted some of our fund-raising efforts. However, this will not stop us attempting to fill the void, as the need does not disappear and we remain very conscious of peoples’ situations during the current pandemic. Our aim remains: provide Christmas vouchers to over 400 in need families/individuals, who are identified in collaboration with SVP, Simon and Social Services Staff. We also will be fundraising for various projects that we run during the year.
The Virtual Tree of Lights Celebration for Galway Hospice takes place online on Sunday 6th December at 5pm.
A programme of Commemorative events has been organised to commemorate the centenary of the murder of Fr Michael Griffin during the War of Independence.