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Merlin College will host an open night for incoming first year students and their parents on Monday September 30. To ensure that parents have an opportunity at securing one of only 110 places available, they are being advised that they must attend the event as any late applications will be unsuccessful due to demand.
Galway Athletics Report
Two European qualifying performances were set at the Galway Senior, Masters and Junior Track and Field Championships in Dangan last Thursday.
Some 700 athletes completed the third leg of the 2019 Galway 5km Series held in Loughrea AC where Rob Lennon of Castlegar AC was first man home.
Mullery auctioneers has just brought to the market an exceptional four bedroom semidetached residence in An Fiodan, Doughiska. This owner occupied home is superbly positioned towards the end of a cul-de-sac, overlooking a landscaped green to the front and boasts a southeasterly aspect to the rear.
The Government has been getting some criticism recently for its rollout of Project Ireland 2040. In large part this is due to the use of 'advertorials' to shape coverage of the plan in local and national media, in a way that was seen to go beyond acceptable public information campaigns.
Transition year students from Merlin College have made it through to the regional finals of the prestigious Bank of Ireland Junk Kouture competition, with its entry ‘Wildfire’, inspired by the fires in the Cloosh Valley, Connemara.
Mullery auctioneers has just brought to the market a beautifully maintained and presented owner occupied home in the sought after An Fiodan development in Doughiska. Built by McInerney's, An Fiodan is a highly desirable development boasting large green areas and attractive landscaping throughout, which is maintained to a very high standard by the management company.
Merlin College’s motto “Achieve, create, become,” was certainly reflected in its recent Junior Cert results with 10 students receiving an ‘A’ grade in Higher Level art alone. This is only the second cohort of students to take their Junior Cert exams since the Doughiska school opened in 2013, with 100 per cent of students passing their Junior Cert exams last year also.
The notion of Galway as a growing city, a young city, a diverse city, is embedded in our psyche. Maybe it's that period we spent as the fastest-growing city in Europe. Maybe it's 18,000 students at NUIG, and thousands more at GMIT. Maybe it's in the stories we tell ourselves as we declare ourselves a cultural hub, a party town, a place to settle down.