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HSE confirms return of BreastCheck screening mobile unit to Athlone later this month

The HSE have confirmed that the BreastCheck Screening Mobile Unit will return to Athlone in August.

Darkie Barton

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Professional boxer Kid Johnson, an American light-weight champion, was touring Ireland in 1902. In January, while at the Town Hall in Castlebar, he sparred with Darkie Barton. The Boxing World & Mirror of Life announced that Barton, an 'old man' in boxing circles, held his own, and afterwards, the pair agreed to a formal match. In September 1901, Barton had been knocked out in one minute and five seconds by Henry Brown, Liverpool's 'coloured champion'. Browne had also disposed of Johnson in four rounds.

Only one case of severe Lyme disease in west last year

Only one case of a severe form of Lyme disease, a bacterial infection which can be spread to humans by infected ticks, was reported in Galway last year, according to figures released by the HSE. This was the first case to have been reported in the county for four years.

ALDI submits planning application for new store in Moate

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ALDI Ireland has submitted a planning application to Westmeath County Council for a new €6.8 million store located in Moate.

Launch of Yeats Thoor Ballylee International Poetry Prize

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The castle home of WB Yeats was the location for the launch of a major new poetry competition to mark the 100th anniversary of the awarding of the Nobel Prize for Literature to the renowned Irish poet.

Top honour for University of Galway professor

Athenry native Gerard Flaherty has become the first Irish person to lead the International Society of Travel Medicine.

Grammy Nominated Global Artist KT Tunstall to Perform Latest Album at Monroe’s Live

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Following her global success with Suddenly I See, Black Horse and Cherry Tree, KT Tunstall has re-emerged with new energy, vigour and enthusiasm in the wake of her latest trilogy, Kin, Wax and Nut. An expression of soul, body and mind, these three albums are a rhythmic triumph, a fresh departure for the Grammy nominated singer-songwriter who has stayed true to her ability to balance introspective folk with propulsive rock.

Two war heroes returned to Galway ‘empty and depressed’

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Week III

Three ATU teams compete in prestigious Enterprise Ireland National Student Entrepreneur Awards

Over one hundred students (40 teams) across Atlantic Technological University (ATU) recently competed in the ATU Entrepreneur Awards of the 2023 Enterprise Ireland Student Entrepreur Awards competition. Eleven teams from a wide range of disciplines won awards in the ATU competition and three teams will now go on to compete in the next stage of the national competition.

An extraordinary confession on the eve of execution

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The brutal killing of the Joyce family, the subsequent round up of the 10 accused, their trial and the sentencing of three men to hang, while the rest pleaded guilty and faced a life of penal servitude, gripped the public yet again when it had barely recovered from the Phoenix Park murders. In particular the evidence by the Cappanacrehas, and by Philbin and Casey understandably caused deadly resentment in Connemara, which still finds an echo today.


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