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A number of Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann competitions will be streamed live during the course of 'The Homecoming' event in Mullingar this week, the highlight being the broadcast of the senior céilí bands competition on Sunday, August 7, from 6.15pm.
The current accomodation crisis will see many intending and existing third level students struggling to find accommodation to rent when the new academic year commences at TUS:Midlands Midwest Athlone campus.
Celebrated American scientist, neurodiversity exponent and respected animal behaviorist Professor Temple Grandin comes to Atlantic Technological University (ATU) Mountbellew next month (11 August) to speak at the centenary conference honoring the life and work of Aleen Cust, the first woman to work as a veterinary surgeon in Ireland and Britain in the early 1900s.
Inisbofin has been named as one of the ‘Five Best Places to Holiday in Ireland’ and is now in with a chance to win the overall title of ‘The Best Place to Holiday in Ireland 2022’
Clarinbridge Camogie Club has a new main sponsor in Sei Bella Hair Design.
Galway-based RTE broadcaster Teresa Mannion has called on the over-50s in Ireland to speak with their doctor, practice nurse or pharmacist about the risk factors for shingles and shingles prevention.
What's that old adage about if you need a job done, to give it to a busy person. Well, that is what Galway Chamber has done by electing as their President for the next term a man who has a real passion for his native city.
Galway harper Kathleen Loughnane, piper Cormac Cannon and poet Emily Cullen will be performing as part of the Harps Alive?An Chruit Bheo?Harps Leevin festival in Belfast this weekend, with Emily also journeying to Dublin for the Edward Bunting Remembered closing performance on July 26 at 3pm.
Sixth class students Fintan Burrows and James McKeown from Brackloon National School presented to the Mayo County Council Climate and Biodiversity Subcommittee at the end of last month in Brackloon/Drummin Community Centre.
This evening the latest generation of Mayo minors go looking to follow in the footsteps of the seven other minors sides from the county who have brought the Tom Markham Cup home to the county.