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Sharon Shannon to launch NUIG's Arts in Action festival with online concert

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SHARON SHANNON, one of Ireland's finest and most popular traditional musicians, will open NUI Galway’s 2021 Arts in Action programme with a free online concert.

Apply now for all PLC courses at GCC

Galway Community College (GCC) is now taking applications for all its Level 5 and 6 QQI accredited further education courses. Applications for all courses can be completed on www.galwaycc.ie, where information about modules, course qualification, progression opportunities, and fees can be viewed. Each course page has the email address of the course coordinator, who can be contacted to get more specific information about your preferred area of study. All courses are full-time, usually four days in college with one day on work experience in local businesses and industry.

Why study an arts/humanities degree

One of the questions that I have been asked most often is, "What kind of a career/job can I get if I study an arts degree?” The best way to start is to look at who is best suited to study an arts degree.

Mayo Schools lead the way in implementing a mental health and wellbeing programme for students

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Mayo schools are to implement a mental health and wellbeing programme in the classroom over the next three years with the support of local organisations.

Basketball Super League returns with enticing battle of Galway rivals

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Basketball returns to the courts with Galway clubs, Moycullen and NUIG Maree, back in Super League action for another season.

First O’Donnellan & Joyce nationwide property auction of the year offers an extensive list of properties

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The auction team at O’Donnellan & Joyce are busy with final viewings and enquiries on their list of 50 properties which go for sale in the company's latest nationwide property auction tomorrow, February 28. The auction will commence at 12 noon in The Harbour Hotel, New Dock Road, Galway, with registration open from 11am.

O’Donnellan & Joyce office is a hive of activity ahead of upcoming auction

The O’Donnellan & Joyce offices at 5 Mary Street Galway are buzzing with energy this week as auction staff are busy attending to the phones and email enquiries ahead of the upcoming auction on Friday February 28 in the Harbour Hotel, Galway. With 50 properties going under the auction hammer in every corner of the country, it is no wonder that auctioneer Colm O’Donnellan is known nationwide for his energy and enthusiasm on the podium as the company continues to grow into a nationwide service provider.

NUIG accused of 'exploiting' students over controversial rent hike

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NUI Galway's decision to hike student accommodation rents by four per cent has been condemned as exploitative and a move that will potentially bar many young people from accessing university education.

O’Donnellan & Joyce's spring auction has something for everyone

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O’Donnellan & Joyce has a selection of starter homes and larger family homes for sale in its spring property auction on Friday 28 February. Siobhra Hennessy, auction co-ordinator with O’Donnellan & Joyce, commented: “There’s great value in the February auction with a nice variety of homes to suit first time buyers or families looking to upsize. Our selection of property going under the hammer on February 28 includes properties in counties Donegal, Sligo, Mayo, Roscommon, Galway, Tipperary, and all the way over to Westmeath and Dublin. There is something for everybody.”

O’Donnellan & Joyce to hold first nationwide property auction of the year this month

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O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers launched its spring property auction catalogue last week, the first in a series of seven nationwide property auctions planned for 2020. With more than 50 properties in the catalogue, there is value and variety on offer, and with a number of homes around the country on sale for less than €100,000, there is something for everyone on sale.

 

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