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‘I would never have thought that such trouble would come to my home’ - Ukraine native speaks of the impact of war
A Ukrainian woman who has made her home in Galway spoke this week of her fears for her family following the Russian invasion of her native country.
Embrace Ukrainians in our hearts and in our homes
This time two years ago, who among us knew that our capacity for awe was about to tested? For a generation or two, we had just suffered setbacks on an economic scale.
Ganly’s to donate all profits from Saturday sales to Red Cross Ukrainian Appeal
With the incessant scenes of despair and destruction giving cause for communities to unite in support of the Ukraine nation, prominent local business, Ganly’s of Athlone, will donate the profits from all sales in store on Saturday, March 5, at their Roscommon Road base, to the Red Cross Ukrainian Appeal.
Athlone resident showing support for Ukraine cause
Athlone resident, Nicole Lonican, is showing her support for the Ukraine cause, uniting with a nationwide group, the sole aim of which is the collection of goods for transportation to two centres located at the country’s border, namely Kro?cienko and Rzeszów.
Europe-wide peace settlement is only way to solve Ukraine crisis, says GAAW
Russia must cease its military actions in Ukraine and withdraw its troops from the country, while European countries must come together to negotiate a European peace settlement.
Charity condemns lack of support for calls to expel Russian ambassador
While the Galway County Council is flying the flag of Ukraine in solidarity with the besieged nation, one councillor has accused the local authority of failing to take an even stronger stance.
The Sporting Year of 2021
The European Super Soccer League was announced on Sunday April 19. It would be the Bees Knees, the Cat’s Pyjamas, the last word, and whatever you’re having yourself. But it was dead and buried by Wednesday April 21 thanks to the vocal fury of the English fans and even Boris helped save the day! And then the American owners started issuing apologies, pathetic. Relegation, yea, there’s an idea.
When sheep’s heads were on the menu at Castlebar Hospital
On a chilly day in March 1788, John Howard rode into Castlebar on horseback. When he arrived in Dublin days earlier, he noted, ‘I shall set out next week for Connaught and other remote parts of this country, which indeed are more barbarous than the wilds of Russia’.
Team Hope formally launch annual Christmas shoebox appeal
Team Hope are calling upon the people of Athlone and the Midlands region to support its annual Christmas shoebox appeal.