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Galway, and the west of Ireland generally, is likely to be the area of the State most at risk of losing an EU seat before the next European elections, which take place in 2014.
Last week, on a wet and windy day at the bottom of the Reek, the Mayo Mountain Rescue Team met with the staff of Mayo Volunteer Centre for a special photo shoot.
I was very impressed at the dignity and solemnity at the funeral of Otto von Hapsburg who died aged 94 years on July 4. Twelve days later he was entombed in the Imperial crypt of St Stephen's Cathedral, Vienna, with some pomp and ceremony; but his actual ‘ Three Knock’ burial was simplicity itself.
November’s Mayo Open Coffee Club meeting will take place on Wednesday November 2 at 11am in the TF Royal Hotel, Castlebar, and this month the club will be focusing on the Public Procurement Process. Annually the market for public procurement in the EU amounts to approximately €1,800 billion.
At the United Nation’s desert outpost in Smara, Western Sahara, there is one native English-speaker, one Irish person, and one woman; Captain Aine Flynn of Athlone.
THE NIGHT Nurse, a new short film from the independent Galway film and TV company, DIG Productions Ltd, will be screened at the Galway Film Fleadh this weekend.
The visit of Malahide United to Terryland Park for the third round of the FAI Ford Cup on Friday night provides Sean Connor's beleaguered squad a welcome respite from the cut-and-thrust of league action.
THE POETS Louis de Paor, Chris Agee, Chris Nikkel, Kevin O’Shea, and Marcella Morgan will read from their work at Sheridan’s Wine Bar on Friday May 7 at 8pm.
The Galway & Distict League Ladies team were given a huge boost ahead of their EUFA Cup qualifying in September at the prestigious Manchester Umbro Cup.
Local election candidate Sean O’ hArgain is an ambitious man. Already he is a sitting local Labour Party councillor on Kilkenny Borough Council, the principal of the city’s Gaelscoil, a father and husband.