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Eight Mayo students were among the 224 scholarship recipients for 2008 announced by Dr Philip Nolan, Deputy President of University College Dublin.
Five Westmeath students were among the 224 scholarship recipients for 2008 announced by Dr Philip Nolan, deputy president of University College Dublin, recently.
Westmeath county footballer Kieran Gavin was one of two recipients of a Cadbury Football Scholarship in Dublin College University last week.
Colleen Fitzpatrick is a Nutritional Therapist practicing from Westport Clinic, High Street, Westport. Colleen trained at the Institute of Nutrition & Health, Bray, Co Wicklow and graduated with a distinction in Nutritional Therapy and is a member of the British Association of Nutritional Therapists. Colleen also studied psychology for six years and holds a Masters Degree form University College Dublin.
Mayo County Council Arts Office has announced that Éilís Ní Dhuibhne will be the Force 12 2009 writer in residence. Éilís will be working with a number of writers groups and schools throughout the county over a two-week period, during the month of May and June.
A man has been remanded in custody to appear before Kilkenny District Court next month on charges of cruelty to animals.
Bank of Ireland has announced that it has awarded 87 new scholarships for third level education. Valued at over €1m, these scholarships allow students who face economic, social, or physical barriers an opportunity to access third level education. This year’s successful applicants included two talented Mayo students — Stephen Smyth, Ballina and Mairead McGowan, Newport — who received their awards from Richie Boucher, group chief executive, Bank of Ireland.
NUI Galway is unlikely to change its name despite yesterday’s announcement of the dissolution of the National University of Ireland, according to the university’s president Dr Jim Browne.