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Coláiste Néifinn to run courses in Athenry and Glenamaddy

Coláiste Néifinn is an established Irish college in Athenry, Glenamaddy, Castlebar, and Ballina. The college caters for the learning of the Irish language for 12 to 18-year-olds. It is a very successful coláiste Gaeilge with students attending from all around the county.

Conviction for fish kill in Glenamaddy highlights consequences of pollution

A landowner has been convicted of a breach to the Water Pollution Act in Glenamaddy, Co Galway which resulted in a fish kill. At a sitting of Tuam District Court, Michael Conneally of Boyounagh, Glenamaddy pleaded guilty to permitting silage effluent to enter the Yellow River, a tributary of the Clare River, on June 15 2016.

Glenamaddy resident found guilty of murder after three-week trial

A Latvian man has been found guilty of murder after he strangled a fellow Latvian who had filed a complaint against him to the gardai. It was the prosecution’s case that 31-year-old Andresj Krauze murdered Juris Buls (30) after he refused to withdraw his complaint.

Glenamaddy District Ploughing and Agricultural Show on next weekend

Glenamaddy District Ploughing and Agricultural Show looks set to top last year’s wonderful success with an exciting range of attractions, competitions, and activities for all visitors. A dedicated committee and team of volunteers, and generous sponsorship from local businesses mean the 2016 event will rival many more established farm shows around the country.

Record numbers expected to watch  O’Donnellan & Joyce’s Friday auction live online

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O’Donnellan and Joyce’s next auction, which will take place this Friday November 13 at 2pm in the Harbour Hotel, Galway, is set to attract the highest numbers of online viewers to date.

Glenamaddy Players to stage Stolen Child

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STOLEN CHILD, the story of a young woman’s journey to find her natural mother, will be staged by the Glenamaddy Players at Glenamaddy Town Hall Theatre in February.

Six-foot drop is placing motorists and livestock in jeopardy

The lack of roadside barriers on a stretch of the main Glenamaddy to Dunmore route is a serious threat to public safety and also places a local farmer’s livelihood in jeopardy, according to Fianna Fáil Tuam local area candidate Nora Fahy.

Two basketball titles for Galway

St Enda’s of Salthill took the silverware in basketball’s All Ireland Schools League U19 C Girls final when they saw off local rivals Glenamaddy CS. In what began as a tightly fought contest, the guard play of sisters Ailbhe and Megan Davoren proved vital for the city side as they ran out winners by 43-23.

Immediate action needed for Glenamaddy sewage hazard, says An Taisce

An Taisce has called for immediate action to be taken in relation to the “totally unacceptable health and environmental hazard” Glenamaddy where the town’s sewage is being piped into a Special Area of Conservation (SAC) turlough.

Future of rural post offices requires a holistic approach says Deputy Keaveney

In a response to recent revelations indicating that up to 400 rural post offices could be facing closure, Deputy Colm Keaveney has remarked that closing these local services could prove detrimental for social and environmental costs. "It is critical that in dealing with our current fiscal difficulties that we remember that the calculation of the cost of any reforms must include external factors such as social or environmental costs. In this case, rural post offices form a vital part in our rural communities and the calculation of the savings from any reform must take the social costs of the closure of post offices into account.”


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