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Athenry Credit Union received a phenomenal response for their amateur Photography Competition. Entrants were encouraged to explore the beauty of Ireland and take the time to review their cameras and devices to find previously taken photos to enter the competition.
A lucky Galwegian is €500,000 richer after the National Lottery revealed that its Daily Million Plus top prize was won by a player in Athenry.
With third level education costs continuing to spiral in Ireland, the financial pressure of putting a child through college continues to take its toll on household budgets.
Croke Park will be the third different venue to host a meeting of Galway and Mayo ladies senior footballers this season when the sides face off in this year's championship with a place in the All Ireland final up for grabs.
DeCare Dental recently hosted a very successful Wellness that Works breakfast seminar at the Clayton Hotel in Galway, which was attended by a wide range of experts including business and HR managers, wellness advocates and employee leaders.
Athenry Credit Union is a unique financial service organisation which has successfully operated for over 53 years. At the heart of the credit union is its volunteers. Volunteers give freely of their time to develop and enhance the services of the credit union, which in turn works to support and enhance the development of the community it serves.
Athenry Industries won their first All Ireland Interfirms title when they defeated Zimmer from Sixmilebridge, Clare, by 1-20 to 1-19 in the recent All Ireland Junior Hurling Final in Duggan Park Ballinasloe.
The Cathaoirleach of Mayo County Council, Cllr Blackie Gavin, has submitted a request for a special meeting of Mayo County Council to be convened on Monday July 30 in order to have planning items reinstated on the agenda for municipal district meetings of the local authority.
The final Galway City Council meeting of 2017 was held last Monday and had some interesting issues to relay to you. Three sets of Minutes again dominated the early part of the agenda taking over 75 minutes to get through. Although this is a radical improvement it continues to be a huge waste of time. If every councilor wishes to speak for three minutes and seek further clarification on each matter under discussion then we are doomed to spend considerable wasted time on non-productive matter discussing what has happened in the past at the expense of what can be done in the future.
The new Council season commenced this week with some significant and positive announcements, not least of which is the acquisition of the new Childrens Cultural Hub at Lenaboy Castle (St Annes), Taylors Hill. I am delighted to preside as Mayor over this great news story for both the children of Galway and the cultural sector.