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Marine Institute to welcome Monaco’s Prince Albert

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Galway is set to receive a royal visit next week in the form of Prince Albert II of Monaco who will be stopping by the Marine Institute at Rinvelle, Oranmore, at the end of his three-day trip.

...and not a child in the house washed

Ya know, with all the years when we had money and a few cars outside all of the houses owned, and the Jacuzzi bubbling away on the acre of decking, when every village had its own coke dealer, and the selection of brothels open all hours, when we were just like every other country in Europe nobody ever came calling. We tried to get all shapes of world leader in to show just how far removed we were from the image of the John Hinde postcard.

GMIT to link up with Marine Institute to further develop marine research

Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology is to join forces with the Marine Institute to further develop marine research capabilities, undergraduate and postgraduate marine science programmes and, staff training and development initiatives at the two organisations.

Ó Brolcháin vows to run positive campaign despite negative times

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Political pundits may be predicting extinction for the Green Party after the next election, but the Green’s Galway West candidate Niall Ó Brolcháin is determined to be optimistic.

Born building is Galway’s favourite

The Born building in Newtownsmith was voted Galway’s favourite building in a telephone poll carried out by Galway Bay FM to mark Open House Galway 2010 which was held last weekend. Born headed a list which included the Augustinian Church, the Marine Institute, GMIT, and the Galway City Museum.

Marine Institute charity event for Galway Lifeboat

The Marine Institute is holding a Summer Fête – Family Fun Pirate Day at its headquarters in Rinville, Oranmore, on Sunday July 11 from 1pm to 5.30pm in aid of Galway Lifeboat.

No slow boat from China for our Mayor and civic leaders

The Icelandic volcano which has caused massive disruption to airflights and left passengers stranded has also left Galway city bereft of its civic an political leaders who are stuck in China.

Science fun day at Galway Atlantaquaria

Galway Atlantaquaria, supported by the Marine Institute, will be holding a packed programme of events for Science Week Ireland.

Science festival concludes with major exhibition

Some of the west’s most advanced and successful industries – including a number which are working at the frontiers of modern medicine – are taking part in a major exhibition this week.

Mayo Science and Technology Festival a major success

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The 2008 Mayo Science and Technology Festival took place from November 3 to 9 throughout Mayo, with an exciting range of events taking place across the length and breadth of the county.

 

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