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Luan Gallery is delighted to present the autumn exhibition programme which features prize-winning works and selected entries from the RDS Student Art Awards. As a key part of the RDS Foundation Arts Programme, the goal of the awards is to provide a platform that supports the transition from student to emerging artist.
THE FIRST film to be made inside Saudi Arabia; the Snow White tale reimagined as a girl and a troupe of bullfighters in Spain; and popular French actress Audrey Tautou as a proto-feminist - are just some of the delights in store for film fans at the Galway Film Society autumn/winter season screenings.
A Mullingar man is to represent Ireland in the World Transplant Games in Durban, South Africa, which take place next week betweeen July 28 and August 4.
Mayo cancer patients are being treated like second class citizens at University Hospital Galway’s centre of excellence according to a local deputy.
In days gone by, the word “hair transplant” conjured up images of obvious and less than natural-looking results. Today, it is a very different story. This type of grooming has undergone such development and improvement, that even the most skilled barber would struggle to notice a hair transplant.
Just before 6am on St Patrick's Day 1921, Monsignor McAlpine, the Catholic parish priest of Clifden, Co Galway, was woken by loud banging on his door. “For God's sake, Canon, come down - the town is ablaze.”
Galway barrister, Frances Treanor, from Oranmore in Galway, was one of the first patients in the country to under-go a pioneering new eye surgery at Optilase, to eliminate the need for reading glasses.
Padraig Joyce’s inevitable bow to retirement yesterday morning carried little surprise, but it still did not deaden the pain for supporters who have admired him for many years.
St Bride’s was situated on Sea Road and was opened in 1916 by Dr William AF Sandys. He was soon joined by Dr Michael O’Malley and by Dr Joseph Watters, who was the anaesthetist. Both doctors Sandys and O’Malley lived in the Crescent, so it was very convenient for them. It was a private nursing and maternity home accepting medical, surgical, and maternity cases. Generations of Galwegians were born here, and many more would have had their tonsils out or their appendix removed here.
Galway might just be the youngest-looking county in Ireland thanks to the pioneering new treatment available at Therapie Clinic, Shop Street, Galway.