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Galway Technical Institute is the largest college of further education and training in the west of Ireland. It is now accepting applications for courses commencing in September. Visit www.gti.ie where you will find an extensive range of full-time courses including some exciting new study options for 2019. Through its applied learning approach, GTI offers learners the opportunity to gain valuable experience in the workplace as well as providing the knowledge and skills to progress to further and third level education.
NUI Galway athletes enjoyed a successful week competing on international and national stages.
THE STORY is well known - but only to an extent. Before she became Joan As Policewoman, she was a member of The Dambuilders, Black Beetle, and then Antony and The Johnsons. What is less remarked on, yet perhaps more crucial to her development as an artist and musician, was her time as a classical violinist.
The 31st Galway Film Fleadh, in association with Gréasán na Meán Skillnet, are pleased to announce Allison Anders will be the subject of this year’s Writers Masterclass.
Toyota and Suzuki have agreed a new co-operation in Europe.
Galway youngsters enjoyed another medal haul on the first weekend of the National Juvenile Indoor Championships in the Athlone IT Arena.
“We met 12 years ago, when I came to Ireland on holidays. After going back to Poland he was calling, texting and annoying me, so we met in France a month later and that's when it all started. I quit my job, packed my bags and moved over to Galway. Two years later we got married in Clarinbridge and had an amazing wedding party in O'Connors Bar in Salthill. Galway became our home and we couldn’t imagine a better place to have a family. In 2008, Blanka was born. We celebrated our 10th wedding anniversary recently and we feel that each of us grew so much as we always pushed one another to do and achieve more in our lives. We always respected each other for who we are and gave each other strength to be true to ourselves when others thought otherwise. Marriage requires love, respect & patience. There are two people in a relationship and both are equally needed for it to succeed.”
Sean Cotter of Calasanctius College in Oranmore competed on the Irish Schools Cross Country team at Saturday’s SIAB Schools international in Santry, Dublin.
Sean Cotter of Calasanctius College in Oranmore competes on the Irish Schools Cross Country team at next Saturday’s SIAB Schools international in Santry, Dublin.