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United expecting tricky test in Athlone
Galway United manager John Caulfield is expecting a tricky SSE Airtricity League first division test against Athlone at Lissywoolen tomorrow evening, kick off 7.45pm.
Free online children’s camp at Galway City Museum this Easter
Galway City Museum is offering an exciting series of free fun online workshops for children this Easter. By visiting www.galwaycitymuseum.ie from Tuesday 6 April to Friday 9 April, children will be able to consider, explore and create whole other worlds of wonder. Here they can choose from several workshops and be inspired by what awaits.
Mountbellew students through to finals of Certified Irish Angus Schools Competition
Four transition year students from Holy Rosary College, Mountbellew have qualified for the national finals of the Certified Irish Angus Schools Competition, taking place this month. Their final presentation and interview is due to be held on April 15 via Hopin conferencing.
Galway Advertiser launch the Old Galway Diary Podcast
The Galway Advertiser are delighted to introduce The Old Galway Diary Podcast, available now on Advertiser Podcasts. This is the first in a series of podcasts the company will be launching over the coming months.
Galway Feminist Collective launch fundraiser for foodtruck and library
Galway Feminist Collective has launched a crowdfunder to support its new cooperative food business and social enterprise - Stirring the Pot: Galway Feminist Food Coop.
Virtual artists exhibition opens the dialogue on mental health
This evening, Friday, May 26, at 7.30pm, Perspective wellbeing centre in Claremorris, Mayo, will be hosting a virtual launch of the Cuckoo Clock Exhibition via Zoom.
Swinford businesswoman in eyebrow raising charity drive
Salon owner has shaved her eyebrows to raise funds for Mayo Roscommon Hospice
Persistent prevalence of anti-social behaviour a growing concern
The increase in anti-social behaviour within certain residential estates in Athlone is becoming a prevalent concern, Town Mayor, Cllr Aengus O’Rourke, asserted to the Athlone Advertiser this week.