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Frank Ryan, the former CEO of Enterprise Ireland, has been appointed the new chairman of the governing body of Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT). The appointment was made by Minister for Education and Skills, Jan O’Sullivan.
This year marks a significant milestone in the history of An Grianán National School, Mount Temple.
Galway Bay fm Head of News Bernadette Prendergast has been elected chairperson of the board of Learning Waves, the leading provider of training for the independent commercial radio sector in Ireland.
A local charity which provided accommodation and counselling to more than 500 women and children experiencing domestic violence last year is to set up a new refuge in the city.
There will soon be a “remarkable” new beginning for Presentation College Athenry who received long-awaited news this week that it will finally have a brand new school building within the next three years.
More jobs are to be created at the Bon Secours Hospital due to the proposed addition of new services, the official opening of the new €15 million expansion of facilities at the Renmore hospital was told recently.
Community projects throughout the city are being “hampered in their provision of services” because of Minister Éamon Ó Cuív’s delay in corresponding with the HSE, Labour councillor Billy Cameron has alleged.
“I’ve been involved on a local level in politics since I was about 16, but when I went to college I got seriously involved. So when I came back home I wanted to do my bit for my community.” There won’t be too many 25-year-olds putting their names to the ballot paper next June when the local elections come around, but that’s what Jarlath Munnelly did in 2004. And the first-time candidate won a seat, becoming the youngest member of the current 31 county councillors.
On Sunday, Killala will look to book their place in the All Ireland Junior Football championship final when they take on Liverpool side John Mitchels in Carrick on Shannon. This will be the second time in two years the north Mayo men have been within touching distance of Croke Park and the All Ireland final. In 2006 they fell short against Greencastle at this stage and they will be aiming to put things to right this weekend.