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Russell Brennan Keane and Bank of Ireland Business Banking came together last Wednesday to update senior executives in the Midlands business community on significant changes happening in the legal and banking landscape which will impact on all businesses.
Following the royal visit to NUIG on Tuesday, The Duchess of Cornwall remained in the city for a number of engagements while Prince Charles travelled further afield. The prince, who established the International Sustainability Unit in 2010, had expressed a particular interest in visiting the State’s marine research headquarters in Rinville, en route to the Burren.
The sinking of the Lusitania on May 7 1915, off the Cork coast, by a German submarine electrified Ireland, Britain and America. In Ireland, the fact that German submarines were lurking so close to the Irish shore, added fuel to the propaganda that Germany was planning to invade the country. It spurred recruitment into the armed forces. In Britain, the shameful practice of using passenger liners to carry munitions across the Atlantic without telling the passengers they were in effect travelling on a British war ship, was to come to an end.
ISRAELI FILM-MAKER and journalist Yotam Feldman will be in Galway next week for a screening of his award winning documentary, The Lab, which examines how the military occupation of Gaza and the West Bank has become a profitable asset for Israel.
Claims by the Defence Minister Simon Coveney that the presence of two Russian warplanes 50 miles off the Irish coast was “totally unacceptable” have been called “comical and downright hypocritical” by Galway Alliance Against War.
Paul Huish has joined a growing list of kickboxers from the Galway Black Dragon Kickboxing Club to become a European champion.
The committee of St John’s Community Centre Lecarrow are reminding patrons that their first ever harvesting exhibition takes place this Saturday September 20 from 1pm.
A city councillor has called for the establishment of a national database to help alleviate the housing crisis by making suitable properties available to each local authority area.
Having made an encouraging start to the SSE Airtricity League first division season, Galway FC face a severe examination when hosting Longford Town at Eamonn Deacy Park tomorrow evening (7.45pm).
The Galway senior footballers will head to London this weekend knowing they need to produce a solid and tenacious display to get over the home side in Ruislip on Sunday (3pm).