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Five businesses from County Galway have taken honours at the prestigious Irish Auto Trade Awards 2017, which took place at Citywest Hotel in Dublin. The awards are a celebration of excellence in the Irish auto trade in Ireland, a sector that accounts for over 35,000 jobs.
Many of Galway’s top marathon runners will compete for national honours in Sunday's Dublin Marathon, which also incorporates the National Marathon Championships, and the GCH ladies squad will be challenging strongly for the senior ladies’ team prize.
Galway Racecourse is heralding the arrival of Wi-Fi. The board of Horse Racing Ireland (HRI) has approved a scheme for the provision of Wi-Fi across all 26 Irish racecourses.
Galway Races has its first female committee member. Zoë Fitzgerald will attend her first race meetings as a committee member at the upcoming two day autumn festival on Monday and Tuesday September 5 and 6.
The two-day autumn meeting of the Galway Races begins Monday September 5 with a mixture of 14 flat and national hunt races taking place over the two days.
IT PROMISES to be the biggest Pride festival Galway has yet seen, and there are only a few days to go before the Rainbow Pride flag is raised in Eyre Square for the festival's opening ceremony.
Now in its fourth year, the Athlone Towncentre-sponsored Friday Fair Lady Best Dressed Competition at the Galway Races has certainly found its place on the calendars of the most stylish race-goers in the country.
Ladies' Day at the Galway Races is just a week away. And if you want to look your best then it is important both to get your outfit and make-up right on the day.
The Galway Pride Festival returns in August and the festival organisers are calling on the businesses across the city to partner with and support the festival and “tap into the ‘pink pound’.”
Leading female chefs and restaurateurs from across Ireland are coming together in Galway next week for a culinary think-in and conference on gender roles within professional kitchens and throughout the hospitality sector. Athrú 2016, empowering women in the culinary arts in Ireland, is a two day conference and workshop with the goal of establishing a working Irish female chef database that would be available or suitable for judging, media, or to provide a female voice and point of view.