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Local Green Party general election candidate speaks out against Cuisle closure

Athlone Extinction Rebellion founder and Green Party general election candidate for the Roscommon/Galway constituency, Julie O’Donoghue, has expressed her immense dissatisfaction at the decision taken to permanently close the Cuisle Accessible Holiday Resort in Donamon at the end of November.

Athlone students take part in global climate demonstration

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In excess of one hundred local secondary school students and a large ground swell of support marched through the streets of Athlone on Friday afternoon passionately calling upon the Government to act on climate change.

The Souvenir - a unsettling depiction of an abusive relationship

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JULIE IS a film student in London in the late 1980s. She is trying to escape her life of privilege, but lives in her parents' flat in Knightsbridge. Yet, her attempts to make a film in Sunderland about a working class family are honest and admirable.

New outdoor play area opened at Treasure Island pre-school

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Treasures Island pre-school, Arcadia Court, Athlone owned and managed by Bernie Egan, had a recent special opening of the pre-school’s new outdoor play area. The pre-school was granted funding through the Childcare Capital Programme which provides funding for the creation of natural outdoor play.

New outdoor play area opened at popular Treasure Island pre-school

Treasures Island pre-school, Arcadia Court, Athlone owned and managed by Bernie Egan, had a recent special opening of the pre-school’s new outdoor play area. The pre-school was granted funding through the Childcare Capital Programme which provides funding for the creation of natural outdoor play.

Minister launches NUI Galway report on sexual consent among third level students

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The Minister of State for Higher Education, Mary Mitchell O’Connor, TD, this week launched a research report on sexual consent among third level students carried out by the NUI Galway SMART Consent research team in collaboration with their partners at four colleges.

From Galway Sportsground to the Mongol Steppes

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The Galway Film Fleadh is rapidly approaching and among the gems to look out for is the world premiere of All The Wild Horses, Ivo Marloh’s terrific feature-length documentary about the Mongol Derby.

Local is key at The Chalet in Keel

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The Chalet seafood restaurant in Keel Achill was established in 1963 by the Hassett family and has continued to be run by the family ever since. The original building was timber hence its name The Chalet. The present restaurant was built in 1994 and comprises two dining areas which cater for 80 plus diners. The Curragh lounge is the ideal location for a small family gathering in a private surrounding.

Delicious and delightful food at Dalgan Restaurant

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Dalgan Restaurant/gastro Bar on the main street in Ballyhaunis, right beside the church, is the newest, hip, funky gastro bar in the county. This totally refurbished building rivals the best in London at the moment, and so does the menu. Beautifully finished, outside and in, the first thing we noticed was the modern bar, as you step inside. The restaurant is warm and inviting, candlelit tables, polished tile and wooden flooring, a nice mix of sofas and chairs with a modern clean blue and white theme.

Peter Greene, volunteer and mayor of Galway

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Peter Greene was born in Galway city in 1895, the youngest child of Colman Greene from Carna and Julia McGrath from Newcastle. He was educated in the ‘Pres’ and the ‘Mon’, where his teacher Brother Ambrose was a major influence; “Boys, I hope none of you will ever wear the red coat.”

 

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