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Hi, my name is Cayla O’Neill Ruane, I was born in Galway 16 years ago and I have been living in the small village of Oughterard ever since. I have never been what someone would describe as ‘normal’, being an only child growing up, I always had to find ways to entertain myself without needing anyone around. I would read, create my own stories and act them out with my vast collection of dolls or make dances to show my mom when she got home from work. Living in Oughterard was difficult when I was younger, I didn’t have a lot of friends at school and there were very little activities for someone like me to participate in. Instead,I looked forward to the trip into Galway each weekend, as there was always so much to do and see in the city, even though it was through the confines of a Tesco shopping trolley.
The Galway Advertiser will today launch its first new print publication in a decade with the arrival of #Galway — a free events and What’s On guide aimed at the hundreds of thousands of tourists who visit the city and county annually.
The board of Galway Hospice is to take time to review the decision of An Bord Pleanala to overturn its planning permission for the development of a new 36-bed hospice at Merlin Park, and may if necessary look at an alternative site for the facility.
Joanne Murphy of Tri Talking Sport was officially appointed President of the Business and Professional Women’s Club Galway at their AGM in the Ardilaun Hotel on Monday, succeeding Valerie Murphy who held a two-year term of office at the helm of BPW Galway.
A 23-year-old medical scientist at University Hospital Galway has been selected as a finalist in this year’s Miss Bikini Ireland contest.
Like most of the best ideas, the notion by Orla Fox and friends, to create a beautifully written and illustrated book of locally-sourced recipes came over a dinner party. This weekend, the proprietor of the charming Fox’s of Kinvara will hold a gathering to mark the first birthday of the establishment, and to launch the book which highlights the gorgeous food on offer there.
A carefully modified Skoda Rapid will transport Pope Francis during his visit to Ireland.
In last week’s Mary O’Rourke column, it was stated that RTE was ending its sponsorship of the All-Ireland Drama Festival.
Galway For Life has taken issue with the Galway Arts Centre over its hosting of a Galway Pro-Choice event in the run up the abortion referendum.