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Athlone was the focal meeting point for ICU doctors, nurses, healthcare workers, hospice staff, paramedics and gardai who departed on a Covid-19 cycle of remembrance to honour the lives lost during the pandemic in this country.
Fourteen staff from three Galway hospitals were the winners of the free staff draw set up as a big thank you by Cairde Othair na Gaillimhe (Friends of Galway Patients) to all staff working on the front line during the worst period of stress and pressure in all our lives.
BY CIAN O’CONNELL
Galway RNLI lifeboat tows drifting vessel to safety
THE WORLD premiere of a new composition by Sam Perkin, Visualization, will be performed by Galway’s Luminosa String Orchestra next week.
The National Museum of Ireland (NMI) - Country Life - is inviting people in Mayo with memories of boats and boat building in their community, to submit their stories to an online archive of Irish heritage.
To mark World Curlew Day which fell on Wednesday of this week (April 21), the National Parks and Wildlife Service, which runs the Curlew Conservation Project, presented the local Curlew Action Group in Cong with a specially commissioned Curlew sculpture. The work by artist Richard Farren, was unveiled earlier this week by the group, alongside Cong Tidy Towns, in the historical grounds of Cong Abbey.
The Skoda Superb Estate SE L Executive 2.0 TDI 150PS DSG has won this year’s overall trophy and also triumphed in the Caravan Weight 1300kg – 1400kg category in the 38th Caravan and Motorhome Club Towcar of the Year competition.
The Galleon has been a real institution in Salthill since 1965, and at times like this when communities need to pull together more than ever, the team at The Galleon have made the decision to keep going during the shutdown, and is offering a takeaway service on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
It has been confirmed that this year's Cong-Galway sailing race will go ahead on Saturday August 22.