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Coláiste Néifinn is an established Irish college in Athenry, Glenamaddy, Castlebar, and Ballina.
TWELVE YOUNG amateur musicians from Galway will perform in Christchurch Cathedral, Dublin, next month, as part of Dave Flynn's Irish Memory Orchestra.
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Charities and community organisations in the city and county are invited to attend a networking event which will take place on Thursday September 21 at the Raheen Woods Hotel, Athenry, from 7pm to 9pm.
Vertigo is a disruptive condition which causes stress in a patient’s life. In vertigo the patient experiences spinning, loss of balance and, occasionally, nausea. It can manifest in a sleeping or sitting posture, or only show when the patient stands up or walks around.
The successful specialised healthy eating and weight loss course Lose Fat Around The Middle, designed by Dr Marilyn Glenville, the UK's leading expert in nutritional health for women, will recommence next week in Galway city centre.
Speakers from the psychological services and representatives of SIPTU will address a conference on childcare in Athenry this weekend, organised by Galway East TD and Fianna Fáil spokesperson on Children & Youth Affairs, Anne Rabbitte.
Coláiste Néifinn is an established Irish college in Athenry and Glenamaddy. The college caters for the learning of the Irish language for 12 to 18 year olds.
‘I’m sorry, I cannot see the heartbeat.’ These are not the words a happy newly expectant mother should ever have to hear. Reading a chapter in ‘What to Expect when you are Expecting’ cannot prepare you for hearing these words. These words change your life and the woman you are.
Gary Higgins of GCH took a comfortable victory in the fourth race of the 5km. Higgins clocked 16.32 in this race in Tuam, winning by a clear margin from Ruaidhri Geraghty, also GCH, who ran 16:54, and Damien Larkin of Craughwell AC who ran 16:59 for third.