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Formula 1 team, Bullitt Racing from Colaiste Pobail Osrai is delighted to see their hard work for their project plan has paid off as they have successfully reached the Qualifying Stage of the F1 in the Schools Technology Challenge.
Galway’s award winning ‘Kinvara Organic Smoked Salmon’ was served to Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall, Camilla Parker Bowles at the first ever visit of a member of the royal family to the Irish embassy in London on Tuesday.
Four transition year students from St Gerald’s College, Castlebar, are trying to race to the top in Ireland in the F1 Schools competition. The team of Keith Derrig, Darren Brogen, Micheál Healy, and Niall McCormick are hoping to better the performance of last year’s team from the school who got to the national finals and hopefully take a prize this time around. Under the watchful eye of their teacher John Bones the four students have been hard at work on their project since October.
St Gerald’s College are continuing their quest for Formula One glory with transition year students beginning their task next month to compete in the Formula One schools challenge, under the team name West Coast Racers.
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“It was like a light being switched off in a room” — so said the chairman of the Galway City Business Association, Ronnie O'Gorman when describing the speed with which the financial world collapsed, during his address to the group’s AGM on Tuesday night.