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Unislim to start new classes in Galway
Unislim, an Irish owned slimming company which is celebrating 50 years in business this year, is opening new classes in Galway city next week, taking place in Renmore every Tuesday evening and in Salthill every Wednesday morning.
War of Friends, Liam Mellows and Pádraic Ó Máille
Today we are highlighting the careers of two men, both of whom were elected as TDs for Galway in 1918, both of whom fought on the same side in the Rising and the War of Independence and then, sadly, took different sides after the Treaty.
New training programmes to tackle issue of women in Westmeath local politics
With only four women currently elected to Westmeath County Council out of 20 councillors, Women for Election has launched its new training calendar to help attract and support more women to enter and succeed into local politics in advance of the next local elections in 2024.
John Quinn offers superb three bed in Sceilg Ard
John Quinn is currently offering for sale No 40 Sceilg Ard on the Headford Road. The property, which is in a walk-in condition, is situated close to all amenities including schools, church, and shops. It is just a short walk from shopping centres and convenient to University of Galway.
Grealish welcomes law change on CCTV
Galway West TD Noel Grealish has welcomed confirmation from An Taoiseach that regulations are being drawn up to allow CCTV footage be used to identify and prosecute illegal dumpers.
Over 4,000 people unable to work after Covid payment ceases– Naughten
Over 4,056 people are in receipt of a disability payment from the Department of Social Protection because they were unable to return to work after their Covid Enhanced Illness Benefit payment ceased, it has been revealed following an analysis of welfare claims by local Independent Deputy, Denis Naughten.
Coláiste Éinde — supporting students to reach their potential
Coláiste Éinde is a co-educational, voluntary, secondary school situated in Salthill. The school caters for boys and girls from first year to Leaving Certificate, including an optional transition year programme. For nearly a century, the school has helped students mature into young adults with a balance of skills, knowledge, experience, and values that enables them to enjoy fulfilling lives and rewarding careers. Operating under the patronage of the Bishop of Galway, today’s vibrant school community continues in this proud tradition of excellence in education.
Winning start for University of Galway Maree
University of Galway Maree enjoyed a winning start to the new InsureMyVan.ie Men's Superleague basketball season with a solid 91-72 over Griffith College Templeogue.