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Galway gamer’s charity event to keep Teach Solais open into next year

The Teach Solais LGBT Resource centre on Merchants Road will be able to stay open into 2020 following the successful raising of close to €5,000 by a Galway gamer.

Galway gamer's charity event to keep Teach Solais open into next year

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The Teach Solais LGBT Resource centre on Merchants Road will be able to stay open into 2020 following the successful raising of close to €5,000 by a Galway gamer.

Parallel Worlds art exhibition at Galway City Library February 8th.

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Exhibition "PARALLEL WORLDS" showcases in the month of February at the Galway City Library. You can see the ‘X-Ray Flowers’ acrylic art on canvas and 'Galaxy Splashes' watercolour art series created by Kaisa Holsting.

Finding a philosophy for living

An evening course, which will combine the insights of the great philosophers with the practical findings of modern psychology, will take place in Galway city at the end of the month.

Cúirt New Writing Prize deadline nears

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THE DEADLINE for The Cúirt New Writing Prize is Thursday January 25 at 5pm. The categories are poetry and short stories with a €500 cash prize for the winner of each category and the opportunity to read at Cúirt 2018.

Take the first steps to business success

It is a general misconception that successful people do everything right and have experienced nothing but success along the way.

Garda urges caution when buying online

 

Walk the Greenway in the name of suicide awareness

Training Entrepreneur Newbies (TEN), a group of adult learners engaged on a QQI-6 entrepreneurship training course run by Athlone Training Centre, have organised a walk of the Greenway to raise awareness of suicide and the supports that are available.

Take the first steps to business success with career coach Pádraig O’Connor

It is a general misconception that successful people do everything right and have experienced nothing but success along the way.

Do you want to help children from Chernobyl?

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Candle of Grace is a newly formed not-for-profit organisation set up in Castlebar. Its main function is to host a few Chernobyl children from Belarus for much needed rehabilitation holidays. The idea of such an organisation came about from a family who themselves originate from the Chernobyl area in Belarus and know about their problems first hand. Having moved to Ireland a few years ago they were amazed at the generosity and kind-heartedness of the Irish people who know about Chernobyl and have been helping its victims for 30 years now.

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