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Cunningham’s Pharmacy in retail final

Cunningham’s Pharmacy Monksland has made it into the top 100 stores in this year’s Retail Excellence Awards.

More than three hundred delegates attend successful NUIG Energy Night

More than 300 delegates from the academic community, local and national industry, those at the forefront of policy-making, and the general public attended and actively participated in Energy Night 2011 which was held at NUI Galway last week.

Kilkenny Lions get six hundred people tested for diabetes at the ploughing championships

The Kilkenny Lions Club teamed up with their neighbours from Athy Rugby Club and Athy Lions Club alongside celebrities Sharon Ní Bheolain and 2009 Rose of Tralee Charmaine Kenny to test 600 people for diabetes at last week’s National Ploughing Championships in Cardenton.

Information overload is endangering urban road users

Imagine if tomorrow morning your local authority decided to remove all yield, stop, and other such signage as well as traffic lights, pedestrian crossings, etc, from your village, town, or city? Well up until last Monday, I would have cringed at such a prospect.

Information overload is endangering urban road users

Imagine if tomorrow morning your local authority decided to remove all yield, stop and other such signage as well as traffic lights, pedestrian crossings etc, from your village, town, or city? Well up until last Monday, I would have cringed at such a prospect.

Standard Printers invests €4million in new technology

Galway-based print company, Standard Printers, have completed a €4million investment over the past two years in a range of new state of the art print technology which includes its most recent acquisition, the Xerox iGen4 digital press, the first of its kind to be installed in Ireland.

Galway print company invests €4million in new technology

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Galway-based print company, Standard Printers, has just completed a two year, €4million investment in a range of new state of the art print technology which includes a Xerox iGen4 digital press, the first of its kind to be installed in Ireland.

14 Westmeath pharmacists withdraw from drug schemes

Fourteen Westmeath pharmacies have announced their intention to withdraw from community drug schemes by August this year.

14 Westmeath pharmacists withdraw from drug schemes

Fourteen Westmeath pharmacies have announced their intention to withdraw from community drug schemes by August this year.

Scholars from St Brendan's, 1956

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St Brendan's National School opened on St Brendan's Road, Woodquay, in 1916. It was an all-male school which initially catered for boys from Woodquay, Sickeen, and Bohermore. After World War II it began to attract pupils from Shantalla and Newcastle. The school closed down in the 1960s with most of the boys transferring to St Patrick's. The school building was hidden behind a high wall, and it was later demolished. Part of the boundary wall is still visible at the back of the rather dull office block that replaced it.

 

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