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Nana’s inspiration sees Galway girl wins Irene Sandford Award and Bursary

Galway girl Aimee Banks, was the recipient of The Irene Sandford Award and Bursary 2022 at the Royal Irish Academy of Music in Dublin.

News of Cancer Care Centre for West welcomed by Prof Kerin

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A new Cancer Care Centre at University Hospital Galway, to be included in the HSE’s National Service Plan (NSP)next year has been welcomed by leading surgeon Prof Michael Kerin.

Hitting the Burren trail with Galway’s Three Amigos

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We are fortunate to live in Galway and to have the Burren within shouting distance. Some 15,000 hectares of a unique landscape that miraculously contain all the major habitats found on this island.

Warnings from GPs and pharmacists on medicine shortages need be heeded

Medicines for Ireland (MFI) are urging Government to heed recent warnings from GPs and pharmacists nationwide on the growing risk of medicines shortages as inflation, energy and transport costs continue to rise, and global supply chain disruptions persist.

Connacht turn attention to European fare as Sportsground hosts Newcastle

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European rugby returns to the Galway Sportsground on Saturday (5.30pm), bringing with it an added sense of occasion, helped by festive cheer.

Theatre change makers, Blue Teapot are excited for the future

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Originally founded in 1996, the Blue Teapot theatre company (based on Munster Avenue) has evolved from a community arts project within the Brothers of Charity Services Galway to becoming an award-winning independent theatre company that supports an increasingly rich and diverse practice. They work to radically transform theatre practices by telling stories through the lens of disability and paving the way for inclusive practices to become the norm.

Theatre change makers, Blue Teapot excited for future

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Originally founded in 1996, the Blue Teapot theatre company (based on Munster Avenue) has evolved from a community arts project within the Brothers of Charity Services Galway to becoming an award-winning independent theatre company that supports an increasingly rich and diverse practice. They work to radically transform theatre practices by telling stories through the lens of disability and paving the way for inclusive practices to become the norm.

Dáil support sought for frontline workers with long Covid-19 symptoms – Naughten

Local Independent Deputy, Denis Naughten, has sought Dáil support to designate long Covid-19 as an occupational illness for frontline workers who contracted the virus due to their employment.

Westmeath and Midlands region tourism facing stark winds as business sector approaches 2023

New analysis from the Irish Hotels Federation (IHF) has underlined the challenges facing hotels and guesthouses in Westmeath and the Midlands region into 2023.

Unusual Christmas markets around the world

From life sized gingerbread houses to floating ice rinks, travel experts have named the top ten Christmas markets for tourists to visit around the world.

 

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