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Play it again for Sam

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Dublin and Kerry must meet again after playing out a draw in an epic All-Ireland final last weekend.

Free workshop on Open Street Mapping this weekend

The Insight Centre for Data Analytics at NUI Galway will host a workshop on OpenStreetMap this Saturday. The event, which is free to attend, will be of interest to community groups, environmentalists, science researchers, geographers, planners, students, and anyone with an interest in learning about and participating in open street mapping.

Diverse ideas as NUI Galway takes Innovate Leap Forward with Explore Awards

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NUI Galway LaunchPad recently hosted their Annual Explore Awards celebrating student innovation across the campus, with projects with significant potential to become business or social enterprises awarded €10,000 in start-up funding.

Mayo woman among Sky’s Women in Technology Scholars

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Sky has announced its second cohort of Women in Technology Scholars, awarding five talented women a total of £125,000 (€140,000) to accelerate a business idea which harnesses technology innovation. Amongst the winners is Mayo woman Mary Murphy (20), the youngest Sky Women in Tech Scholar.

One year on — the impact of the referendum comes into focus, says Galway for Life

One year on from repeal of the Eighth Amendment the cultural and human impact of that decision is quickly coming into focus.

Discovering Hedy Lamarr, movie star and inventor

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HEDY LAMAAR, once described as "the most beautiful woman in the world" was one of the screen goddesses of Hollywood’s golden age from the 1930s to the 1950s, but when not portraying mythic temptresses like Helen of Troy or Delilah, Lamarr was also a gifted scientific inventor.

One year on from the Referendum on the Eighth Amendment

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The referendum to Repeal the Eighth Amendment, which was a ban on abortion in almost all circumstances, took place on May 25 2018. One year on, Galway Pro-Choice spoke to the Galway Advertiser on what has changed, and why it believes there is still a need for pro-choice campaigning in Ireland.

Seventy people attend methadone clinic in Galway

More than 70 people with heroin dependence attend a methadone clinic in Galway, a meeting of the HSE West’s regional health forum was told recently. Methadone, an opioid substitute, is used to help treat people who are addicted to heroin.

Two new plug-in hybrid 7-Series on the way

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BMW 7-Series plug-in hybrids go on sale this spring, combining the sportiness, comfort and feel-good ambience of BMW’s flagship luxury models with increased efficiency.

Pro-choice group demands exclusion zones around GP clinics offering abortion services

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Exclusion zones must be created around hospitals, healthcare centres, and GP practices to ensure every patient can approach and enter a premises to access healthcare "without fear".

 

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