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Galway athletics report

Galway 5km Series

‘A new breed of pilot emerged’

In April 1913, the Daily Mail offered £10,000 (about €500,000 today)

Pálás cinema wins Irish and UK awards

Galway’s Pálás cinema designed by dePaor Architects, won two prestigious awards over the weekend with the building honoured by the Royal Irish Institute of Architects in Dublin and the Galvanizers Association in London.

State examinations in full flow as quest for Tory leadership continues

The weather has turned particularly uncertain for high summer. I for one am very glad, and I’m sure many other people are, that it has turned cool and uncertain. It seems that always we have heatwave weather when students are doing their Junior Cert and Leaving Cert, and how difficult it must be for them as they swelter with their thoughts and their writings in the examination hall and the sun beams in the windows, leaving them with the feeling that they should be out enjoying it. But the cooler weather has meant it is easier for them to concentrate.

Cash Returns to The Derrylahan

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The Derrylahan in Louisburgh is delighted to welcome one of the best Johnny Cash tribute acts to the stage - on next Friday, June 21.

Mustangs bank silver and golds in Santander

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Mustangs basketball club competed in their fourth Santander International Masters tournament on the June bank holiday weekend, which saw over 40 international teams do battle for the respective titles.

Funding sought for urgent surgery for Galway teen with rare condition

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A GoFundMe page has been set up for a young Galway woman to raise funds for her to avail of surgery in Britain for an incapacitating jaw condition which has left her bedridden and unable to eat.

Galway Uke Fest takes over the Latin Quarter

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THE LIVELY, lilting, sound of the ukulele will take over the streets and venues of Galway’s Latin Quarter over the weekend of June 21 to 23 as the Galway Uke Fest struts its stuff for the second year.

Alcock and Brown 100 celebrations in Clifden

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When John Alcock and Arthur Brown crash-landed in Derrygilmlagh Bog, near Clifden, at 8.40am on June 15 1919, they had completed the first non-stop transatlantic flight, and ensured thei place in aviation history.

Marja Van Kampen, mothers, and sisters

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MARJA VAN KAMPEN, the Dutch born artist, who lived in Galway for many years ands was a founder member of Artspace Studios, is currently displaying her new exhibition, Recollections in Harmony & Colour, in The Kenny Gallery.

 

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