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Our photograph of William Street shows the horse-drawn open-topped summer tram heading towards the terminus on Eyre Square.
A new film festival – Science on Screen Film Festival Ireland – runs from this Thursday November 5 to Sunday November 8. The festival, hosted by CÚRAM, the SFI Research Centre for Medical Devices based at NUI Galway and Galway Film Centre, will show the best of science films – shorts and features - from around the world and will include a world premiere, a European premiere and lots of Irish premieres.
Today marks the official launch of the ‘Science on Screen Film Festival Ireland’ an exciting new annual Irish Film Festival, running from November 5-8 online. The Festival will showcase the best of science in film and this year incorporates themes of representation and diversity in science and the value of art-science collaborations.
The recent death of David Lohan has left a major vacuum in Galway, particularly in the Prospect Hill, Bohermore and Woodquay areas. He was a major presence on the streets there.
Kevin Gately is the community engagement superintendent with An Garda Síochána in Mayo.
The recent royal visit of William and Kate prompted us to dig out this photograph of Williamsgate Street taken in August 1903. It was taken just before or after King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra passed through. There were more banners and flags up while they were in the vicinity. The Royals had sailed into Killary Harbour on the royal yacht, then toured Connemara and then travelled by train to Galway. Their visit here was full of pomp and ceremony.
“This fine building, which is superior to most provincial seats of justice, stands at Newtown-Smith, on the site of the ancient and venerable abbey of the Franciscans, which by the Charter of Charles II ‘is to be and remain part of the County of Galway forever’. It was commenced in 1812, and on 1st of April, 1815, was opened for the reception of the then going judges of assize.
Marine scientists from NUI Galway returned home from an expedition recently with some stunning footage of Irish deep-sea waters, as well as samples set to be part of pharmaceutical research.
DNG Maxwell, Heaslip & Leonard is offering a wonderful opportunity to acquire a three bedroom terraced house in the ever popular Boireann Bheag development in Roscam. Within minutes of the major employment hub on the east side of the city, Boireann Bheag is also adjacent to all amenities, with the added benefit of being within walking distance of a local supermarket, chemist, doctor’s surgery, playgrounds, and tennis courts, as well as Briarhill Shopping Centre, Lidl, schools, a creche, and sporting venues. An excellent regular bus service to the city centre and nearby access to the M6 motorway and all commuter towns further enhances the attraction of this wonderful location.