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Galway’s new tribe to be announced tonight as Gradam winners are revealed
Twelve Galway businesses on Gearrliosta Ghradam Sheosaimh Uí Ógartaigh, eagerly await the special awards ceremony this evening, Thursday May 12 at 6.30pm in the Westwood Hotel, when the winners of Gradam Sheosaimh Uí Ógartaigh 2016 will be announced.
Galway’s food is now the product of a creative generation
What is a city without its sights and smells and sounds? And taste.
New academy for those interested in becoming nail technicians
The Martin Academy of Gel Nails will launch in Galway in the coming weeks to meet the growing demand for nail technicians in the West of Ireland. The business is the brainchild of beautician/business owner Naoise Martin who has set up the academy because she was having difficulty finding suitably qualified staff for her own salon, The Beauty Lounge, in the Eyre Square Shopping Centre.
Galway athletes on track
Galway had two winners at the universities track and field championships in Santry at the weekend.
New library campus and remote borrowing facility in next five years?
A new library campus for the city, along with technological advances including access to ebooks and 3D printing, are among the plans set out in an ambitious five-year development plan for Galway’s library service.
Galway Food Festival celebrates another successful year
The Galway food community united once again to host a memorable event over the Easter Bank Holiday weekend with nearly 70,000 people tasting and sipping the best of local produce at the Galway Food Festival.
New patient alliance aims to empower people living with heart failure
An initiative, which aims to improve the healthcare needs of people living with heart failure as well as their carers, will be launched next month by the Mayor of Galway city.
Repair work starts on Cappagh Park playground
Following its closure due to vandalism and health and safety concerns, improvement works have begun on the playground in Cappagh Park.
Neck and back relief with Care Cure Acupuncture
Chronic pain in the muscles and joints can make life miserable.
Flannery hopeful his stance on animal welfare and equal rights will boost NUI Seanad chances
Galway city Cllr Pearse Flannery is hopeful his progressive stance on animal rights and human rights will help win support in the Seanad Elections for the NUI panel.