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Almost 20 businesses and organisations representing a wide range of sectors have put their names forward for Galway’s bilingual business awards - Gradam Sheosaimh Uí Ógartaigh 2019. The Gradam is organised by Gaillimh le Gaeilge in association with the Galway Advertiser and TG4 and with support from the Galway Chamber.
O'Donnellan & Joyce is offering for sale a wonderful two bedroom ground floor apartment in the well maintained and sought after development of Gleann na Tra, Sandy Road, Galway. Constructed in 1998, the development offers all that one would require for modern day living.
Paul and Mary Grealish of The King's Head Bistro, together with Ronan Scully of Gorta Self Help Africa, are hosting a special International Women’s Day lunch tomorrow (Friday) in aid of Gorta Self Help Africa.
Tomorrow, Friday, February 22, is the closing date for nominations for Gradam Sheosaimh Uí Ógartaigh - Galway’s bilingual business award. To enter, simply fill in the application form available online at www.gleg.ie, or pick up a form at Gaillimh le Gaeilge’s office on Flood Street, free of charge.
The Israeli ambassador to Ireland, his excellency Ophir Kariv, made an almost 'secret' visit to Galway last weekend, with many councillors unaware he was due to be in the city.
Inspiring You (the people who brought us the massive Galway Girl video and other inspirational events) have joined forces with Salthill Village and Steeltech Garden Sheds to help raise awareness about plastics pollution in our seas and with your help, end it.
The spirit of 2019 being UNESCO Year of Indigenous Languages was evoked by the Cathaoirleach of Gaillimh le Gaeilge when she spoke at the launch of Gradam Sheosaimh Uí Ógartaigh 2019 at an event in the Connacht Hotel on Tuesday.
Members of the public interested in volunteering are being invited to the Galway City Volunteer Recruitment Fair in the Galway Bay Hotel this Sunday [January 27] between 2pm and 5pm.
Ageing, dementia, finance, the Fair Deal scheme, loneliness, and community supports are some of topics which will be discussed at an information day on “Advancing Care in the Community for Older People” to be held in the city next week.
ONE FATEFUL evening, 40 years ago, in the tiny kitchen of Renmore’s School Hall, the local curate, Seán O’Malley, suggested to some of his fellow badminton players that Renmore should produce a pantomime.