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The Cork International Choral Festival has announced Mayo's Peter Leavy as the winner of the 2020 Seán Ó'Riada Composition Competition.
Galway Mental Health Association, in conjunction with Mental Health Ireland, welcomes Dr Colman Noctor to Galway on March 12 at 7.30pm in the Clayton Hotel.
SONGS BY Brahms, Strauss, Mendelssohn Schubert, Fauré, and Debussy, as well as opera arias by Handel and Mozart, will be heard at a concert to raise funds for children with special needs.
LIGHT, AND how it affects the colours of the Galway landscape is at the heart of a new series of paintings by the artist Eileen Keane currently on show at the Town Hall Theatre bar.
International experts from around the world, including Ireland, have had a letter published in The Lancet medical journal, calling for a unified approach to addressing the global challenge of loneliness.
Secondary schools from Athlone were formally recognised for their productive endeavours at the BT Young Scientist and Technology exhibition in the RDS Arena, Dublin, upon the formal announcement of results in the various project categories on Friday evening last.
Over 50 stands, including third-level and post-leaving certificate colleges, apprenticeship providers, employers and career service providers, have been confirmed for this Saturday’s (January 11) Mayo Careers Fair / Aonach Gairme Mhaigh Eo 2020 in GMIT, Castlebar.
An analysis of recent trends in the Irish residential property market at the end of Q4 of 2019 by the property website, Daft.ie, has noted that property prices were two percent higher than in 2018, compared to a rise of nine percent detailed a year ago, with the average house price now at €204,000, 73 percent above its lowest point.
Only 61 members of the Travelling community have been enrolled in third level education since 2017, according to a report commissioned by the Department of Education. The number has increased from 41 in 2016.
Property prices in Galway City in the final quarter of 2019 were less than one per cent lower than a year previously, compared to a rise of six per cent seen a year ago. The average house price is now €290,000, 81 per cent above its lowest point. In the rest of Galway, prices in the final quarter of 2019 were 1 per cent lower than a year previously, compared to a rise of seven per cent seen a year ago.