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Discover the universe at Galway Astronomy Festival this weekend

City of Stars is the theme for this year’s Galway Astronomy Festival, which will take place in the Westwood Hotel on Saturday. The festival — now the biggest annual gathering of amateur astronomers in the country — will feature talks by some of top names in astronomy from the US, UK, and Ireland, as well as exhibitions, workshops, trade stands, and a trip to the NUI Galway observatory timed to coincide with the new moon.

Mayo woman scoops top national ISS award for Aras Attracta

Last month ISS Facility Services hosted the annual GEM Go the Extra Mile awards presented by former Miss Universe Ireland, Roz Purcell, and Eric Doyle, managing director ISS Facility Services. Top honours this year went to Marie McNicholas from Swinford for her work at Aras Attracta, Mayo as she scooped the overall ISS supervisor of the year.

Mayo woman scoops top national ISS award for Aras Attracta

Last month ISS Facility Services hosted the annual GEM Go the Extra Mile awards presented by former Miss Universe Ireland, Roz Purcell, and Eric Doyle, managing director ISS Facility Services. Top honours this year went to Marie McNicholas from Swinford for her work at Aras Attracta, Mayo as she scooped the overall ISS supervisor of the year.

Hammer and Feather at The Niland Gallery

FORTY YEARS ago this summer, Commander David Scott conducted an experiment on the moon.

Virgin America plane is dedicated to Clifden man

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Virgin America’s latest fleet of Airbus A320s, which took to the air across the US in recent weeks, includes an aircraft commemorating the life and legacy of Clifden man Myles King, who died earlier this year.

Communist era inspires video exhibition

EVERYTHING MUST Finally Fall, an exhibition featuring video works by Declan Clarke opens at The Niland Gallery, Lower Merchants Road, tonight at 6pm.

Relive the Telstar days for a good cause next week

A Telstar Reunion Dance to raise funds for Western Alzheimer’s will take place in the Galway Rowing Club, Woodquay, on Saturday August 28.

One giant leap for west jobs

A Galway company is set to become one Europe’s leading firms in the commercial space and aerospace markets after securing €1.9 million worth of contracts to develop new technologies for space launchers and satellites.

Space Chimps

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This is a comedy adventure about three NASA chimps that are sent to a galaxy far, far, away. Circus monkey Ham III works in a circus where he's regularly shot from a canon, but still lives in the shadow of his grandfather’s legacy. His grandad, Ham I, was the first chimp shot into space in 1961.

IT Learning centre comes to Galway

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New Horizons Ireland, the leading provider of IT training and a Gold Microsoft Certified Partner for Learning Solutions (CPLS), has announced the launch of its newest learning centre in Galway.

 

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