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Can you give a child a safe trusting environment?
There is currently a huge demand for foster carers and Origins Foster Care have a recruitment campaign underway to highlight the ongoing need for foster carers in Connacht. Origins are looking for people interested in fostering:
Pay Eye Cinema a visit this Bank Holiday Weekend
This June Bank Holiday weekend, Eye Cinema have plenty on the menu for film fans.
Meet your surgeon — Dr Kevin McDonald of Tir na nOg Clinic
Welcome to Tir na nOg Clinic, a family-run establishment specialising in hair transplant surgery. At the forefront of the clinic is Dr Kevin McDonald, a highly skilled and dedicated surgeon with an unwavering commitment to his craft. Hailing from Baldoyle in Dublin, Dr Kevin pursued his medical education at the University of Galway (then UCG), where he completed his studies in 1999. His expertise lies in cardiothoracic surgery, the field he specialised in after graduating.
GCC to offer degree course in science and engineering with ATU outside the CAO system
Galway Community College (GCC) has announced its involvement in the delivery of a four-year science degree programme in collaboration with Atlantic Technological University, as part of the new tertiary programme initiative announced by the Minister for Higher and Further Education, Simon Harris, earlier this year.
Global ambition – New era for West of Ireland’s scaling technology firms with launch of Platform94
Galway Technology Centre (GTC) has, today, announced a major rebrand and shift in direction, with the launch of its new vision and regional remit as Platform94. Unveiled at a ceremony in The Connacht Hotel, in Galway City, last week Platform94 will move beyond a physical location in Galway, supporting businesses across the West and delivering scaling expertise for firms in Mayo, Roscommon and Galway.
Féile Na Sionainne committee host successful fundraising table quiz
The Féile Na Sionainne committee recently hosted a successful fundraising table quiz as thoughts turn towards the three day Irish culture occasion which will grace the streets of Athlone from August 6-8 inclusive.
Tiny Traders brings market back to Spanish Arch for first time in nearly a century
Beloved Galway market, Tiny Traders, is set to call the city’s historic heartland home upon its return to trading this weekend, beginning Friday, May 26, until Sunday, May 28.
New alcohol-free social group, Sober Sallys, takes Galway by storm
Created by Faye Ní Dhomhnaill, Sober Sallys, is a group that aims to provide a social alternative to alcohol focused events and venues.
Claddagh Choral presents: On the Road, a celebration of Irish and American choral music
Galway choir, Claddagh Choral welcomes Lehigh Choral Arts Programme, who are visiting from Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, in an evening celebrating Irish and American choral music, taking place on Friday, May 26 in Galway Cathedral.
Local suppliers proudly achieve high quality standard accolades at Arrabawn AGM
Local suppliers were acknowledged for their their high standards at the recently hosted Arrabawn AGM.