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The First Galway Brigade, 2nd Battalion
During the War of Independence, the Volunteers, for organisational purposes, divided the country into divisions. Connacht and County Clare were split into four such sections. In each of these, the members were divided into brigades, battalions, companies, and flying columns. The First Galway Brigade was divided into three battalions, Castlegar, Claregalway, and Headford.
Mayo SMEs encouraged to grow their business with new training fund
Skillnets – the national agency responsible for funding and supporting training networks – has announced details of a new training fund worth nearly half a million euro (€450,000), aimed at assisting private sector businesses to grow, by addressing their current and future skills needs.
Galway SMEs encouraged to grow their business with new training fund
Skillnets, the national agency responsible for funding and supporting training networks has announced details of a new training fund worth nearly half a million euro (€450,000), aimed at assisting private sector businesses to grow, by addressing their current and future skills needs.
English and Knight to be honoured by Mayo League
The Mayo Football League has announced that the recipients of the prestigious Henry Downes Service to Football Awards for 2015 are Patrick English from Achill Rovers and Gerry Knight, Ballina Town. Padraig McHale, chairman Mayo Football League, said: “I would like to congratulate Patrick English and Gerry Knight on winning this prestigious award. They are certainly worthy recipients as both have given a lifetime of service to the game and are highly respected within the county and beyond. It is fitting that an award named after such a great servant is bestowed upon two gentlemen of the game.’’
LDV Vans relaunched here after seven-year absence
Yesterday (Wednesday) in Dublin saw the Chinese join forces with the Irish for the relaunch of the LDV (Leyland DAF) vans with the new V80 range.
Mayo Mountain Rescue finally gets a permanent home
For more than 25 years Mayo Mountain Rescue has had dreams, big dreams, of one day being able to call some place home, having a base to meet, train, store equipment, and run the team from. There have been many attempts by a lot of members over the years in securing a premises for the team, however dreams don’t happen over night.
Galway Racecourse stalwart Terry Cunningham passes away
Tributes have been paid to Galway Racecourse chairman and former auctioneer Terry Cunningham who passed away suddenly on Monday evening. The 71-year-old was extremely well-known in the city due to his auctioneering business and work on the race committee, of which he had been a member since 1990.
Galway regains its ‘clean’ rating in latest IBAL litter survey
Galway has shown a noticeable improvement in tackling litter in the final Irish Business Against Litter survey of 2015, published this week. The city was found to be clean to European norms, and ranked joint 25th among 40 towns and cities surveyed.
Oranmore woman honoured at Shannon Airport for her role in photo of Hollywood star
The proud story of Ireland’s most historic airport has been evoked in a special photographic exhibition capturing some of the golden moments and world famous stars who visited Shannon Airport. One of the images features an Oranmore woman with one of the most recognisable faces in Hollywood history.