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Age & Opportunity confirms physical activity funding for older people in Westmeath

Age & Opportunity is marking the distribution of its Active National Grant that provides significant funding for sport and physical activity amongst older people.

Embrace the weather with teak – new garden range from Neptune

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When it comes to curating our outdoor spaces, there is no getting around the weather.

Free choral concert by Charleston County School of the Arts

All are welcome to the free choral concert which will take place on April 9 at 8pm in St Joseph's Church, Galway by the Charleston County School of the Arts from South Carolina, USA.

Hotel room tax could raise €1.7 million for Galway City, says Lohan

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It is time for Galway City Council to look at applying a hotel room tax on all visitors as this would be a sensible revenue raising measure that could go directly into the delivery of services in Galway City. So said Mark Lohan, Sinn Féin candidate in this summer’s Galway City Council elections.

Neighbours know best in the vibrant west

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Colleran auctioneers has just been favoured with yet another gem of a property in The West, having recently sold four houses in this extremely popular part of the city. This time it's No 15 St Joseph’s Avenue, Henry Street, Galway, a recently extended three bedroom terraced house in turnkey condition with many extras not found in similar houses in this area.

Buccaneers RFC pay tribute on the passing of Pat Byrne

It was with deep regret that all associated with Buccaneers RFC learned of the passing of Pat Byrne.

Senior students take part in Galway’s first Hackathon

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Fifth and sixth year computer science students from around Galway took part in Ireland's first ever Sixth Year Hackathon in the PorterShed2 in Galway recently. Students from St Joseph's College - The Bish, Dominican College - Taylor's Hill, Clarin College, and Tullamore College attended the event.

Living by the water — new TG4 series meets those who make water a feature of their lives

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As an island nation, we have been building houses by the water for thousands of years, between dramatic cliffs off our coasts, to tranquil lakes in the middle of the country and to the banks of the rivers all around us. ‘Tithe Cois Uisce’ is an 8-part series that follows on from the popular “Tithe Cois Farraige’ series. Each week Síle Nic Chonaonaigh will visit a different location to meet those who have built houses by the water. With a different theme in each episode, between big and small, old and new, ordinary and extraordinary.

World renowned osteoporosis expert Prof Moira O’Brien to address Galway health seminar

Aoife Ní Eochaidh, Chartered Physiotherapist, Clinical Specialist in pelvic, bone, women and men's health, based at Suite 10, Bon Secours Consultant’s clinic, in Galway, will host a bone health themed health seminar for the general public, in the process raising funds for the charity, The Irish Osteoporosis Society.

World renowned osteoporosis expert to speak in Galway

Aoife Ní Eochaidh, chartered physiotherapist, clinical specialist in pelvic, bone, women and men’s health, who is based at Suite 10, Bon Secours Consultant’s Clinic, in Galway, is organising a health seminar for the general public to raise awareness around bone health and to raise funds for the charity, the Irish Osteoporosis Society. The seminar will be held in the Galway Bay Hotel, Salthill, on Tuesday January 9 from 7pm to 9pm, with doors open at 6.30pm. There will be three speakers on the night, Prof Moira O’Brien, president, the Irish Osteoporosis Society, Michele O’Brien, CEO, the Irish Osteoporosis Society, and Aoife Ni Eochaidh.

 

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