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Galway International Arts Festival 2022 promises an unforgettable experience for audiences this July
Galway International Arts Festival invites audiences to experience great art once again as the programme for 2022 festival has been announced. The festival will take place from July 11 to 24, and tickets go on sale this Friday, May 13.
Helping others is a piece of cake at Carna’s Community Café
Carna’s recently launched Community Cafe has donated €1,000 to the Red Cross Ukraine Appeal thanks to the village’s love of tea, cake, and a good old chat.
Mayo students meet Fine Gael MEPS in Brussels
The five Fine Gael MEPs, including Mayo's Maria Walsh, welcomed a group of 28 students and accompanying teachers from across Ireland, including four students and two teachers from County Mayo, to the European Parliament, Brussels recently.
Fashion Show Fundraiser.
Join us on Friday 6th May at 11am in Standún, An Spidéal for a Fashion Show Fundraiser in support of our 65 new Ukrainian neighbours.
‘You have given me the fondest memories,’ Bishop Kelly tells congregation
In his final address as Bishop of Galway, Bishop Brendan Kelly paid tribute to all who had aided him throughout his time in the office, saying they have left him with the fondest memories.
Standún to host fashion show for local Ukrainians tomorrow
Standún, An Spidéal will be the venue tomorrow (Friday) morning for a Fashion Show Fundraiser in support of the village’s 65 new Ukrainian neighbours.
Balanced policy response required to address inflationary challenges – Ibec
Ibec, the group that represents Irish business, has published its latest Economic Outlook report that forecasts economic growth of approximately 4.3% in the year ahead, a decrease from the 6.1% that was predicted for 2022 in Q4 2021.
Call for car-free Sundays in solidarity with Ukraine in Westport
Community groups and public representatives in Westport have written to Mayo County Council asking for the facilitation of Car-Free Sundays in the town to highlight, and reduce, local dependence on fossil fuels.
An air of change abounds
There’s a lot of change in the air at the moment — Galway gets its new bishop this weekend; the University formerly known as University College Galway and latterly NUI Galway will soon be known as Ollscoile na Gaillimhe — University of Galway; the RTC/GMIT is now ATU; Jurys is to become Leonardo; and there’s a new bridge due to span the Corrib; and dare I say it, Galway are beating Mayo again.
Local solidarity group to host Ukraine fundraising event in The Venue
The Athlone-Ukraine Solidarity Group group, in conjunction with The Venue in Athlone, will host a Red Cross Ukraine fundraising event on Friday, May 6, the proceeds of which will be going directly to this extremely worthy cause.