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Two Galway camogie players have been selected on the illustrious All Stars team this season.
A true All Ireland clash takes place on September 14th when 33 county representatives and their supporters turn out for the final of Miss Ireland 2019.
My name is Emma Healy. I’m 19 years old and I am delighted to be representing Galway in the Miss Ireland Final 2019 this September. I have just finished my first year in Hairdressing and Barbering and am currently working in Dunnes Stores, Briarhill. I enjoy styling hair and makeup and I would love to start my own beauty business in the future. I also enjoy going to the gym and listening to music. I am the eldest in my family; I have one brother who is 16 and two sisters who are 3 and 5.
Voters in the Midlands North West should not let the great work of outgoing MEP Marian Harkin be undone in the next European Parliament, Fidelma Healy Eames has said.
RTE’s decision to exclude nine of the 17 candidates seeking election in the Midlands North West constituency from its televised debate is absolutely absurd and demonstrates the need to abolish the TV licence, EU election candidate, and former Senator Fidelma Healy Eames has said.
Galway-based EU Independent candidate Dr. Fidelma Healy Eames has called for the removal of all Governmentt levies on beef cattle to go some way towards alleviating the financial hardship and stress being experienced by beef farmers countrywide.
UNA HEALY, one-fifth of The Saturdays, and more recently a solo artist and television personality and presenter, plays the Róisín Dubh this weekend as part of her upcoming Irish tour.
Jonathan Healy, Bellissimo Galway Awarded The All Ireland IHF Trainee Hairdresser Of The Year 2017 Competing against hundreds of Ireland’s best hairdressers.
The writing was on the wall for his competitors since early morning. When Joe Healy started to poll strongly in Munster, which should have been the stronghold of Kerry native Flor McCarthy, the signs were ominous for the Kenmore man, and the IFA presidential race's third competitor, Laois native Henry Burns. The Athenry man was surging ahead before any box in Galway was opened, which was always going to have a significantly positive bearing on his final tally.
With no burial plots remaining in Annaghdown graveyard, and a lack of funding available to Galway County Council to buy a site for a new burial ground, the current graveyard must be extended.