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Daffodil Day, supported by Dell, will take place in Westmeath on Friday March 27.
Two hundred years ago (on October 27 1815) the first Presentation Sisters came to Galway and founded the first Catholic schools for girls in the city. They moved in to Kirwan’s Lane, then to Eyre Square for three years, before settling into a vacant house in the suburbs, which has been known as the Presentation Convent ever since.
The Irish Cancer Society is calling on the people of Westmeath to support Daffodil Day today, Friday March 28.
Hundreds of students and graduates of GMIT are expected to attend the annual GMIT Careers and Recruitment Fair in the Galway campus on Monday October 7.
Three Westmeath companies exported goods to the value of €615 million in the past year, placing them in Ireland’s top 250 exporters for 2013.
The recent annual Croagh Patrick climb in aid of Galway Hospice was a huge success, setting a new record with more than 1,000 climbers taking part, an increase of 800 on the previous year.
Almost 1,500 people were diagnosed with cancer in Galway in 2010 - the latest year for which figures are available - according to the Irish Cancer Society.
Gort, Athenry and Galway golf clubs all suffered agonising defeats at the Chartis Europe Cups and Shields in Kinsale last week.
The Irish Cancer Society and Dell ask Mayo for help to reach this year’s Daffodil Day target set at €3.5million to help fund free patient care services. Daffodil Day will take place on March 23.
A 31-year-old man charged with being in possession of child pornography has been further remanded on his own bail with strict conditions for the service of a book of evidence.