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A young Leaving Cert student from Gort has this week pleaded for a chance to attend university, something she cannot currently do because of her precarious status as an undocumented resident.
Kelly McDonnell started dancing with the Fleming Ball Irish Dance Academy at the age of three under the instruction of Linda Ball Hoban, following which the talented dancer competed successfully at provincial, all Ireland and world championship levels.
Conor Burke has been selected as Solidarity's candidate for the Galway City East ward in next May's Local Elections to the Galway City Council. His campaign will focus on housing, homelessness, inequality, and mental health.
Galway-headquartered Merit Medical Ireland won the Medtech Company of the Year Award 2018, a prestigious award granted by a panel consisting of Irish business enterprise and governmental agency leaders, at an awards ceremony held awards in Cork last week.
The centre cannot hold. We are almost a century from Yeats penning those words, and again the political and social climate of the continent - and the broader world - is in turmoil. "The best lack all conviction, while the worst//Are full of passionate intensity."
FOR A small country with a tiny population, Iceland punches far above its weight when it comes to producing musicians of startling originality and creativity, and to the distinguished line of Björk, Sigur Ros, and, Ásgeir, we can add JFDR.
Dublin band The Scope who have made a name for themselves from perfforming gigs online rather than in real venues, are travelling west this weekend to play a series of concerts in The Quays and in Frank O’Connors.
Most people are aware of the important role of calcium in the body. But magnesium goes hand in hand with calcium, especially for good bone health and to ensure proper nerve impulse transmission.
The extradition of disgraced solicitor and Crossmolina native Michael Lynn from Brazil to Ireland is expected to happen in the coming weeks.
A BRAZILIAN woman, a Welsh woman, and an Irishman will walk into the Galway City Library next week, not in a manner that will create the opening line of a joke, but rather to read from their fiction and poetry.