Search Results for 'Salerno Secondary School'

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Inter-schools showjumping competition returns to Salerno

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Following the success of last year’s event, Salerno Secondary School, Salthill, will host its second Inter-schools showjumping competition on Sunday March 8 at Duffy’s Equestrian Centre, Claregalway.

Teen’s debut CD to help suicide prevention charity

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A city teenager who lost close friends to suicide has recorded a CD to raise funds for the national suicide prevention and bereavement charity Console.

Teen’s debut CD to help suicide prevention charity

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A city teenager who lost close friends to suicide has recorded a CD to raise funds for the national suicide prevention and bereavement charity Console.

Galway teacher to work in Tanzania as part of overseas teaching scheme

Selected from more than 100 entries, Galway secondary school teacher Laoise Martin is one of 10 benefactors of the Folens Overseas Teaching Fund which finances Irish teachers on charitable trips during summer.

Supermac's teams up with Salerno for annual SuperRun

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The Salerno 5k SuperRun will take place on May 9 with students, family members, staff and friends of Salerno invited to walk, jog or run the 5k route in aid of a new sports hall for Salerno Secondary School.

Fired or hired?

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The students of Salerno Secondary School visited Renault Galway to see first hand if Bill Cullen and his representative in Galway Cathal Byrne, needed some new apprentices.

Galway city woman clinches major paediatric dentistry award

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A Galway city woman based in Texas has clinched a major award. Brega Howley of Grattan Park was presented with the Richard C Pugh award by the American Board of Paediatric Dentistry at a ceremony in Chicago recently.

Over €4,000 given to Chernobyl charity

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There were smiles all round in Eyre Square as a cheque of over €4,000 was presented to the Sunflower Chernobyl Appeal and a number of children from Belarus.

European Commission workers to speak at Galway schools

Secondary school students around Galway will get a chance to learn more about the working of the European Commission this week when a number of EC officials return to their alma maters to discuss their work.

 

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