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Eleven and a half years ago Dr Paul Bradley DC opened his first clinic in Carrick on Shannon with the aim of providing a standardised level of chiropractic care that he felt was missing in Ireland. From that time, Dr Bradley and his team have grown their business from one clinic in Carrick to being one of Ireland's largest chiropractic companies.
Images of illegal dumping on the outskirts of Galway City were described in the Dáil last week by Taoiseach Michael Martin as “shocking” and “appalling”.
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Located in Claregalway Corporate Park, Cue One Ireland's new studio and rehearsal space [email protected] is where - Creative Minds Collide. Offering the ideal creativity incubator and work space for Artists, Musicians, Creators, Producers, and Technicians; [email protected] is a multi-performance, show tech/build, co-working space & training facility designed for developing and finalising touring theatre, TV, Film, Radio & Music productions. [email protected] is equipped with fibre broadband so you can stream any live events from the studio to the highest standard and resolution without interruption. Recent projects taken place at this new studio facility include the build of this years' Galway International Arts Festival's ''Mirror Pavilion'', Galway Simon Community Virtual Sleep Out and Druid's fantastic theatre set for Cherry Orchard was constructed in the studio.
LITTLE CINEMA and Galway City of Film's 48 Hour Challenge is taking place again this year, but in a virtual fashion instead of a physical screening at the Town Hall Theatre.
The Dough Bros in Galway City have made history by being named in the prestigious 50 Top Pizza (Europe) for 2020. Eugene and Ronan Greaney who run The Dough Bros were named at number 21 by the judging panel at a ceremony held in Milan earlier this month. Just two pizzerias in Ireland featured on the list and for the first time the west of Ireland was not only featured but ranked at 21 in Europe.
With thousands of students expected to arrive in Galway City over the next few days in preparation for the start of the new academic year, health authorities have said that they are looking at creating pop-up test centres in anticipation of the expected demand for tests in the coming weeks.
This month way back in the mists of time in the 1980s, I found myself starting college here in Galway. Sharing the joys of life with a group of lads in a house in Renmore Crescent, by the side of Lough Atalia (found through the pages of the Galway Advertiser). It was to be the start of the rest of my life; a new beginning, a time when you set aside that which had got you that far, and swapped it for something new.
The achievements of students of all ages and abilities were safely celebrated at the Kumon 2020 Awards held at the Galway Greyhound Stadium. Presentations were made in single household groups who stood for a photoshoot (by Murtography) with the Mayor of Galway City, Cllr. Michael Cubbard while the entire ceremony was livestreamed (by SoundtoLight) to the cars of the waiting families, and indeed, to their friends and relatives across the globe.
Starting a new business is always a bit of a leap of faith, and considering the current climate it’s a more daunting challenge than ever. But for Aine, a love for painting and teaching spurred her on to take up that challenge.“I had been having small painting get togethers with friends in my house before lockdown. I loved creating a relaxing environment where we could paint and discuss art together.