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Students at St Joseph’s Secondary School in Castlebar have proved their business expertise after being placed third in the NUI Galway Western Region Schools Quiz.
After a very successful five-week promotion of the properties due to go to auction tomorrow O’Donnellan and Joyce foresee a huge turnout and a successful conclusion to the auction. In all, eight properties will go under the hammer, originally there were nine, but the property at 124 Dangan Heights was sold prior to auction when a substantial offer was made within the first three weeks of the campaign and the owners made the decision to accept it.
‘Back to School’ signs and advertising are already filling our shop windows and airwaves. And, each year, it comes as a surprise - for most families are still in holiday mode. But, while still availing of the last of days of summer, thinking ahead might not be a bad idea after all.
An application for judgment orders for more than €22 million against two Galway businessmen and a businessman from Naas has failed.
Fifteen NUI Galway School of Medicine research students were recently awarded Summer Student Scholarships by the Health Research Board (HRB). The aim of the HRB Summer Student Scholarships is to encourage an interest in health research and to give students an opportunity to become familiar with the research process, research techniques and methodologies through conducting a summer project. The students will be supervised by academic and clinical staff at NUI Galway and Galway University Hospital and at the School Affiliated teaching Academies.
The O'Loughlin Gaels under 14 team retained their Kilkenny Feile na nGael championship title last weekend in Thomastown. O'Loughlin’s played four matches on the way to the final, beating John Lockes of Callan, Thomastown, Clara and Freshford en route. In the final they met city rivals James Stephens.
A pair of twins who got into a drunken scuffle with a third party who disrupted their sister’s party, were each given the benefit of the Probation Act when the judge heard how neither had any previous convictions.
Athlone Institute of Technology student Ruth Maher, who is currently studying for a Bachelor of Arts in Accounting, is the winner of the 2010 Irish Taxation Institute Award for Best Taxation Student. Ruth comes from Loughrea, Co Galway and is currently in the final year of her studies at Athlone IT.
An employee of Eircom who tried to prevent thieves from fleeing the scene of a crime by hanging onto a van was commended by Judge Mary Devins at Ballinrobe District Court, where a Galway man faced theft and dangerous driving charges arising from the incident.
Two Galway businessmen are being pursued by Zurich Bank for more than €16 million under personal guarantees over loans made to a construction company.