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Open day at Athenry College of Further Education

Athenry Vocational School has been to the forefront in the provision of further education courses since the inception of the concept of lifelong learning and has had tremendous success with students obtaining a qualification which has led to employment opportunities and access to third level courses using the alternative CAO route.

Loughrea’s first flea market

The first Loughrea flea market will take place in Temperance Hall in Loughrea from 8pm to 10pm today.

Secondary students to showcase their work at GMIT SciFest

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Secondary school pupils from counties Galway, Mayo, Roscommon, Clare, and Tipperary will exhibit a range of exciting science projects in GMIT Galway today (Thursday) as part of the 2014 Young Scientist SciFest competition.

Tribute to a friend, tutor and tradesman

Jack Conneely who passed away recently was the last surviving member of the Conneely brothers of Market Street, Galway and Conneely Undertakers.

‘Proud’ Moate man Colm Murray laid to rest

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RTÉ sports broadcaster, and “proud Moate man” Colm Murray was laid to rest in St Fintan’s cemetery in Sutton, Co Dublin yesterday, August 1, after losing his three-year battle with motor neurone disease on Tuesday.

Ireland’s first community activity zone opens in Mayo

Páirc Bheo, Ireland’s first community activity zone, will be officially opened on Friday May 6 in Erris, Co Mayo.

Gairmscoil Mhuire Athenry Annual Golf Am Am

The Parents Association of Gairmscoil Mhuire Athenry (Vocational School) in conjunction with the staff is once again hosting its popular Golf Am Am.

Rallying cry for hurling supporters

Galway hurling supporters are making a big push to encourage fans through the gate for this Sunday's National League clash between the current champions Galway and All Ireland holdersTipperary at Pearse Stadium (2.30pm).

Patrick Kavanagh in Kilkenny - 50 years on

He was the classic grumpy old man. He was loud, he was vulgar and his social habits left a lot to be desired.

Three county schools to get funding for improvement works

Funding has been approved for improvement works at three county schools, according to Fianna Fáil Dáil deputy for East Galway, Noel Treacy.

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