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Headford native to be appointed Senior Counsel

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Galway-based and prominent West of Ireland barrister, Michael O’Connor, has this week been approved for the Grant of a Patent of Precedence by the Government and is to become a Senior Counsel.

Connacht Hospitality Group sets ambitious target for fundraising in 2022

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The Connacht Hospitality group have set themselves an ambitious target to raise €100,000 for four worthy charities in 2022. The charities which will benefit from the year long calendar of events are including Claddagh Watch Patrol, National Breast Cancer Research Institute, Galway Hospice and Make-A-Wish Ireland. The entire team across all of the business have an exciting year of events and activations planned.

Make a New Year’s resolution to take control of your high blood pressure

Croí and heart specialists at Galway University Hospital are encouraging people to make a New Year’s resolution this year to take control of their high blood pressure.

Free blood pressure checks on November 29

Do you, or does a family member, suffer from high blood pressure (hypertension)? Are you taking medication to manage your blood pressure? Would you like your blood pressure checked? If yes, you are invited to a free blood pressure check on Monday, November 29, at the Croí Heart & Stroke Centre, Newcastle, Galway.

A passage from India — Studying in Galway in the time of Covid

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Last fall, I came to the Emerald Isle from India to set free a pipe dream of pursuing creative writing. I was going to begin at the beginning with a master’s programme at the National University of Ireland, Galway. Carrying the biggest bags, I’d ever travelled with and taking the longest flight I’d ever been on, I came with a light mind that had only two things on it: the focused practice of creative writing and immersion into the Irish culture.

Jobs boost as Hewlett Packard names Galway as European cyber security hub

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There was further good news on the jobs front for Galway yesterday (Wednesday) when Hewlett Packard Enterprise named Galway as its European hub for cyber security operations.

Galway Racecourse wins Galway Chamber’s Overall Business of the Year Award

Galway Chamber’s first ever virtual Business Awards was hosted on Friday last and was attended by hundreds of businesses; to celebrate the achievements, innovation and resilience of the Galway business community, in what was a year of extreme uncertainty.

Build a ‘hedgehog highway’ this spring with the National Museum of Ireland - Country Life

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The National Museum of Ireland - Country Life, at Turlough Park, Castlebar, is encouraging people to build some ‘hedgehog highways’ this spring to help one of Ireland’s best loved wild animals.

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.

The pandemic has significantly changed how we shop, cook, and eat

How we shop for food, cook, and eat has changed significantly during the Covid-19 pandemic, an international survey led by Queen’s University Belfast reveals.


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