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Galway to celebrate India Day this weekend

The Indian Cultural & Sports Community Galway (ICSC GALWAY) has announced that the eagerly awaited India Day celebration, commemorating India’s Independence Day and celebrating the vibrant cultural heritage of India, will take place this Saturday, August 19, from 3pm to 7pm at Coláiste Muire Mháthair on St Mary’s Road, Galway.

Cultural experience to cherish as Ukraine Independence Day celebrated in Athlone

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With a vast number of Ukrainians now resident in Athlone, the country's International Independence Day was acknowledged and celebrated in St Mary’s Hall on Wednesday evening where an attendance of some 230 people were entertained with excellent music, singing, dance, art and culture.

Galway celebrates Ukrainian Independence Day

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A march to mark the 31st Ukrainian Independence day took place in the city yesterday afternoon with a large turnout to both celebrate the day and to discuss the Russian invasion of the country.

Ambassador to celebrate Indian Indepencence Day in Galway

Galway's Indian community is set to celebrate the 76th Indian Independence Day on Saturday.

India’s flag hoisted at Athlone civic centre to mark Independence Day

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To mark India’s 75th Independence Day anniversary in recent times, the Indian flag was recently hoisted at the Athlone Civic Centre.

By-election loss a jolt for Fianna Fáil as fully vaccinated prepare to avail of indoor dining

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New book teaches sustainable development goals through drama

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A new book which marries teaching drama to young people with the issues of sustainable development, environmentalism, and climate change, has been launched.

Irish Wheelchair Association Athlone encourage local community support

An Irish Wheelchair Association Athlone staff member is requesting people to get behind the organisation’s #NotMyIndependenceDay petition, which urges the new Government to ensure independence for people with disabilities.

The challenge of Covid-19 demands a new Government is formed

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These past few weeks have been a surreal experience for the people of this country. At times it almost feels like the stuff of fiction with, at one stage, Taoiseach Leo Varadkaar’s return to medical duties drawing comparisons with President Whitmore in that 1996 blockbuster Independence Day.

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