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Champion runner to host race in Claregalway for Self Help Africa

A former Galway champion runner and NUIG scholarship student will spearhead a major charity road race in Claregalway, along the circuit of the popular Galway 5k Series, next month.

Headfest gets ready to rock Headford

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The August bank Holiday weekend will see Headford host the first Headfest community festival.

Bish claim another All-Ireland basketball crown

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St Mary’s clash with newcomers Headford in schools’ cup final

Two Galway schools will contest the 2012 Umbro FAI Schools’ Connacht Senior A Cup final tomorrow.

SNA meetings

A special information meeting for special needs assistants (SNAs) will take place in Kilkenny next week.

Tuam diocesan changes announced

The Archbishop of Tuam, Most Reverend Michael Neary, recently announced the following changes which come into effect on Friday July 15.

Cookery award for Headford student

Ciara Lynskey from Presentation College, Headford, Co Galway, was named runner up in the first Take Away My Way all-island Cookery Competition, organised by St. Angela’s College, Sligo, and sponsored by safefood. Ciara cooked a healthy vegetable burger with homemade potato wedges, carrot salad, home-made hoummus and was one of 32 finalists at the all-island final in St Angela’s College last month. Finalists were judged by a panel of experts and prizes included games consoles, gift vouchers and goody bags.

Local teenagers a ‘powerful force for good,’ says social innovator

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Galway teenagers have been described as a “powerful force for good” who are keen to create a “fair, just and inclusive” society.

Step back in time with Old Galway Pics website

If you ever wondered what it would be like to walk down Shop Street and see trams and horses and carts pass you by, or to walk by the sea in Salthill before there was a promenade, then you should view the website Old Galway Pics.

Bish on course for three in a row

St Joseph’s College, Galway, have advanced to this year’s All Ireland Colleges’ A Basketball Championship final, keeping alive their aim of securing a three-in-a-row.

 

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