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Custom House Studios exhibition inspired by fishing, family, and the mayfly

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Two exhibitions of art are continuing at the Custom House Studios in Westport.

GMIT wins three national student achievement awards

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GMIT Students’ Union took home a record three awards at last Thursday's National Student Achievement Awards in Dublin Castle, which was attended by President Michael D Higgins and hosted by the Union of Students in Ireland (USI).

The Coole door knocker will rat-a-tat-tat once again

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How many famous people lifted that heavy brass knocker on the door of Lady Augusta Gregory’s home at Coole, Co Galway, and gave it a resounding rat- a -tat -tat? It resounded again last weekend with all the authority of a grumpy judge’s gavel. The writer and broadcaster John Quinn, chairman of the 19th Autumn Gathering, used it to great effect to keep speakers to their time, and to summon people to the next event.

Former Bower girl becomes State’s youngest judge

Athlone solicitor Gráinne O’Neill (42) has become the youngest judge in the State after her appointment to the District Court panel this week (April 16).

Taoiseach launches NUI Galway and Mayo Clinic medical technology development agreement

An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny, this morning launched an intellectual property agreement signed by NUI Galway and the Mayo Clinic, USA, which will see the development of a novel treatment for acute pancreatitis.

SWMDC wins national rural award

South West Mayo Development Company (SWMDC) has won the National Rural Award 2014 for its work in sustaining rural communities in south and west Mayo. The National Rural Awards are in their ninth year and are organised by Irish Rural Link, the national group campaigning for sustainable rural communities. These awards recognise the hard work and dedication of community groups in improving and developing rural communities around the country.

Hurlers and Marist suffer narrow losses

Westmeath have endured a difficult start in Division 2A of the Allianz Hurling League as Kerry eked out a narrow win at Cusack Park last Sunday.

City to host public meeting on cyber-bullying

Galway parents will have a chance to shape new legislation tackling cyber-bullying at a meeting in the city this evening.

Mayo General stubs out smoking on hospital grounds

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Mayo General Hospital will be a completely smoke free zone from next Wednesday, March 5.

GMIT and NUIG voice opposition to unofficial Rag Week events

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This week the unofficial Rag Week celebrations kicked off prompting both GMIT and NUI Galway students’ unions to reiterate their opposition to the events.


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