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Two NUI Galway students have been awarded the Chicago Student Social Work Scholarships by the Chicago Immigrant Support Centre. First year MA in social work programme students Marie Hoban from Liscarney, Co Mayo, and Bridget O’Hara from Salthill, Galway, will each receive a scholarship of $3,500. This is the second consecutive year that NUI Galway students from this programme have been awarded the scholarship.
People have often asked what MOHH means……
The main weekend action concerned trials in various grades for the Irish team who travel to Chicago to compete in the USHA Junior Nationals championships at the end of December.
It’s that time of year again when, after all the busy preparations in the run up to Christmas, it’s nice to relax and enjoy the festive season. And what better way to indulge in some much-needed fun than to sit back and enjoy some good old-fashioned live entertainment.
John Beag Ó Flaithearta, known as the ‘Johnny Cash of Connemara’ will be profiled on Ar Ancaire, a documentary which will be broadcast on TG4 on Sunday December 20.
Friends, as Mayor of Castlebar, it is my pleasant duty to extend season’s greeting to the people of Castlebar at home and away.
Galway’s young world champion handballer Cianna Ni Churraoin is celebrating Christmas in the USA this year as she prepares for another title challenge.
Song, dance, drama, and suspense. These are only some of the luxuries you can expect from Chicago, the musical, courtesy of the transition year students of Our Lady’s Secondary School, Belmullet. The students have been working vigorously with the help of teachers Mr Mc Nally their musical director, Mr Slater their stage director and vocal tutor, Mr Chambers their musical supervisor and Mrs Boyce their choreographer for this fantastic production.