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A number of Galway politicians have called on the Tánaiste to provide a replacement industry and retraining for the 180 workers who will lose their jobs when the US-owned Cigna health care company pulls out of Loughrea.
A QUIZ show seems like an unusual premise to build a novel around, but Vikas Swarup managed to cram quite a backstory around India’s fictional version of Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? in his debut novel.
GALWAY INDIAN Community is organising an Indian fun and cultural fair to celebrate India’s Independence Day on August 22. Events throughout the day will include an exhibition of authetic Indian attire, food stalls, jewellery, and clothing. The event will be held at St Joseph’s Community Hall, Ashe Road, Shantalla, and all are welcome.
For the second time in a month, a judge criticised the Tánaiste, Mary Coughlan, for failing to appreciate the present financial climate before throwing out all charges brought against a business for employing teenagers illegally.
Three weeks to Roots festival lift off. The launch was held in the Cellar Bar at the brewery on Wednesday night, the last relaxing night for the next few weeks.
The work of an Oranmore nun in southern India will be the beneficiary of two major fundraising events to be held in Cregmore and Oranmore next week.
Rosie’s Remedies on Hill Street, Ballina, stocks a varied range of tea blends such as calea dream herb; which is used to aid appetite, digestion, and to induce sleep, along with herbs such as damiana, sage, passion flower, and wild lettuce. Rosie’s also stocks Fair Trade nomad organic clothing direct from India; this means the profits go directly back to the communities where they were made, it also means no child labour, each piece is unique and crafted with the best materials to the highest standard.
Nissan Ireland will soon launch their all-new Pixo city car. The Pixo follows the popular modern theme of compact urban motoring, and with outstanding green credentials, the all-new Pixo is an accessible city car which offers low emissions and consumption at an extremely accessible price.
For two weeks Valerie McEllin, a native of Kiltimagh, found herself digging trenches, plastering walls, and carrying boulders. With worn-in jeans and muddy boots, Valerie spent her holiday volunteering to build homes for underprivileged families and fell in love with beautiful Costa Rica.
Members of Galway’s Indian community from the Kerla region of southwestern India will be celebrating Christmas and New Year with a party in St Joseph’s Community Centre, Shantalla.