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Westport Civic Trust public lectures return

Two signed and framed Robbie Henshaw jerseys to be won in Athlone Community Radio draw

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As Ireland positively progresses in the Rugby World Cup, Athlone Community Radio is reflecting the occasion, with two signed and framed Robbie Henshaw Ireland jerseys the prizes on offer in their fundraising initiative.

Local authority and Westmeath Disability Working Group participate in Make Way Day

Westmeath County Council, in conjunction with Westmeath Disability working group members, were delighted to be take part in the National Make Way Day 2023 campaign, which took place on, Friday last, September 22.

Drawing cities and conclusions

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At different times of the year in this city, we have a juxtaposition of people whose objectives and daily pursuits may not seem the same. There is the rollover from the Galway International Arts Festival into the Galway Races where the punters/performers in both are quite keen on dressing up and pretending they are something they are not. There is the crossover of the Solemn Novena and the fringes of Rag Week where sometimes the pursuits of one are not entirely compatible with the other.

Students protest ‘living crisis’ with stormy sleep out in city centre

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Students from University of Galway braved the first storm of the season yesterday (Wednesday) to participate in a sleep out and protest over the ever worsening accommodation crisis, and to highlight the plight of Galway’s homeless students.

SUPERHUMAN opens at the Galway City Museum

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CÚRAM, the SFI Research Centre for Medical Devices based at University of Galway, together with Galway City Museum has launched a new public exhibition celebrating the collaboration, creativity and innovation in medical technology (medtech) research in Ireland.

West of Ireland tech hub offers direct access to global markets through Scale-up Programme

Leading Irish tech hub Platform94 this week announced the launch of its latest initiative, ‘The International Scale-up Programme’ in partnership with Enterprise Ireland.

Pier-ing over the Edge - Festival honours the visionary Patrick McCabe

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The west of Ireland’s annual Architecture at the Edge festival will include recognition of a high-profile Galway city architect who passed away suddenly in 2021.

Galway City Parks achieve three Green Flag awards

Galway City Council has again achieved three prestigious Green Flag Awards, at the announcement this week by An Taisce Environmental Education Unit. The Green Flag Awards acknowledge Ireland’s best public parks and gardens, with Quincentennial Park in Salthill achieving the award for the fourth time, Children’s Millennium Park retaining the honour for a fifth year in a row and O’Sullivan Park in Mervue achieving the award for the second time.


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