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Council row over disputed claims that Leisureland is losing €12,000 a week

Branded as a “noose” around Galway City Council’s neck, an audit report has found that Leisureland continues to lose money suffering a loss of more than €620,000 last year. However, this figure is being disputed by councillors on the facility’s board of directors who maintain the deficit is actually €180,000.

Westport Comhaltas

Westport branch of Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Éireann held its annual AGM recently and reflected on a very successful year in 2012 with a host of well supported events and activities. The branch is looking forward to the year ahead and has big plans for 2013. The annual Comhaltas Buffet Ceili will be held in The Castlecourt Hotel tonight (Friday January 18).

New accountancy practice opens in city

Regina Cahill, registered Auditor, Accountant and Tax Consultant has opened accountancy practice at 7 Mainguard Street, Galway.

America’s ‘wittiest political journalist’ to speak at NUIG

When Barack Obama made his victory speech after last week’s US presidential election, he said: “Change has come to America”.

Controversial historian David Irving to speak at NUIG?

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David Irving, the highly controversial British historian who spent three years in an Austrian prison under Holocaust Denial Legislation, may be speaking at NUI, Galway’s Literary and Debating Society in March.

The Connacht Tribune, one hundred years

The first issue of the Connacht Tribune was published on May 22, 1909. The newspaper was housed in Market Street, originally known as North Street (the Tribune side was known as North Street West). We know from the 1651 map that the site it occupied was originally part of the Athy Castle, also the castle belonging to the French family and part of the convent occupied by the Poor Clares. There was an underground passage from the convent running under Market Street and branching underground to St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church. This enabled the nuns who were and are an enclosed order, to attend services in the church, and to use the tunnel as a hiding place in times of persecution.

The Connacht Tribune, one hundred years

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The first issue of the Connacht Tribune was published on May 22, 1909. The newspaper was housed in Market Street, originally known as North Street (the Tribune side was known as North Street West). We know from the 1651 map that the site it occupied was originally part of the Athy Castle, also the castle belonging to the French family and part of the convent occupied by the Poor Clares. There was an underground passage from the convent running under Market Street and branching underground to St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church. This enabled the nuns who were and are an enclosed order, to attend services in the church, and to use the tunnel as a hiding place in times of persecution.

Could Fine Gael be any worse?

Ceann Comhairle John O’Donoghue has finally succumbed to public and political pressure and resigned. Well actually after the weekend he will take the shameful step, that is if the Government haven’t already fallen. 

 

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