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Offaly native, Margaret Bolton, claimed the prestigious Miss Westmeath accolade at a well attended Karma Athlone venue on Thursday night last and will now represent the county in the Miss Ireland pageant to take place in autumn.
The current Mr. Ireland Wayne Walsh and the owner of Catwalk Models Mandy Maher sat on an interview panel last week to determine who the next Miss Galway should be. The winner of the crown is the beautiful Emma Healy as Miss Galway 2019/20. Emma is nineteen years old and has just completed her first year in Hairdressing and Barbering. An ambitious young girl, her career path in the Hair and Beauty Industry is sure to be one with plenty of promise and opportunity.
Karma nightclub Athlone is the venue in which to be tonight, Thursday, June 6, as the selection for Miss Westmeath 2019 takes centre stage.
Abolishing car parking charges for sick patients attending treatment at Galway University Hospital is both “achievable and necessary”, and Health Minister Simon Harris must start phasing them out.
So confident they’ll never need their larger sizes again, slimmers across Athlone have raised over €8500 by donating the clothes they’ve successfully slimmed out of to the Irish Cancer Society.
From Madonna to The Macarena and Tamagotchi’s to blockbuster movies like ‘Titanic’, it is time to get nostalgic as The Prince Bar takes you back to the 80s, 90s and 00s with a fundraising table quiz in aid of the Irish Cancer Society.
Mayo Daffodil Day volunteers have appealed for the public’s support as they prepare to take to the streets on March 22 to raise crucial funds for cancer patients.
Mayo Daffodil Day committee has appealed for the public’s support as they prepare to take to the streets on March 22 to raise crucial funds for cancer patients.
Gather the people you truly love this Valentine's for a night of 'Sex & The City' trivia'. Enjoy a night of laughs, Cosmopolitans, Manolo Blahniks and post-it break ups. Brush up on your trivia about this television and film classic and be tested on the scriptures according to Carrie, Charlotte, Samantha and Miranda.
Joanne Murphy of Tri Talking Sport was officially appointed President of the Business and Professional Women’s Club Galway at their AGM in the Ardilaun Hotel on Monday, succeeding Valerie Murphy who held a two-year term of office at the helm of BPW Galway.