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Galwegians will be treated to a festival of basketball this weekend when NUIG Kingfisher hosts the National League finals.
When your little one is able to sit up on his own and is starting to eat solid foods, usually between four and six months, it's time to add a highchair to your kitchen decor. Before you shop, ask your friends if they have a highchair they recommend.
All4Baby is a family owned and operated business. Parents and entrepreneurs Robin Bickford and Mary Lyng have two young children Aeveen and Aaron. Becoming new parents and all the associated experiences led them to opening their own nursery store in 2010, with the aim of simplifying the whole area of shopping for your baby.
The Galway based All4Baby nursery store continues to thrive after being short-listed in two coveted awards recently. Last month the business was announced as a finalist for the SMA Maternity & Infant Awards 2012 for Best Local Baby Store in Ireland, and in the last week it made the finals in Junior Chamber Galway Young Entrepeneur 2012 awards.
Hot Yoga was introduced to Galway in 2005 by Galway native Tracy O’Mahoney and it has now established itself as the west of Ireland’s leading yoga studio.
A plan has been submitted this week (March 1) to build a Travelodge motel closeto the Blyry industrial estate between the bypass and Ericssons, less than a year after a similar plan was refused.
A 25-year-old city man is to be sent forward for trial charged with burglary offences, following his appearance before Galway District Court this week.