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Breaffy GAA Club and the Irish Heart Foundation are looking forward to Saturday November 9 when Strictly Come Dancing Breaffy style returns to the Breaffy House Sports Arena. Ten couples are in serious training to see who will be crowned the 2013 Strictly Come Dancing champions following in the footsteps of last year’s deserving winners Brendan Cunningham and Celia McDermott. This year’s show is expected to meet the high standard of last year’s inaugural production, and behind the scenes months of preparation and planning will soon come to fruition. The judging panel consisting of Walter Donoghue, Brendan Cunningham, and Ivanka Nikimov, along with the hilarious Frank Forde as compere are definitely going to live up to expectations and leave us with a night to remember.
Efforts are under way to expel controversial senator Fidelma Healy-Eames from Fine Gael and force her to hand over her membership card — however the Galwegian could become a symbol for tensions within the party over the current leadership.
Mayo manager James Horan held what was described as a “positive” meeting with members of the executive of the Mayo county board on Tuesday night, according to Mike Connelly, vice-chairman of the Mayo county board. Speaking to the Mayo Advertiser, Connelly said: “There’s not a lot really to report from it, it was a very positive meeting with James and we’ll be meeting with him again next week.”
Galway Executive Skillnet (GES) is hosting three events over the coming weeks. Managing Finance is the first of these events on Oct. 2 with Susan Hayes, the positive economist. Ms Hayes is an experienced financial trainer and entrepreneur and shares her knowledge with others in a practical and easily implementable format. Finance is the lifeblood of every business. However, sometimes SMEs find themselves trying to organise chaos coming up to accounting deadlines, suffering lumpy cashflow situations and feeling at the mercy of the bank account balance.
One hundred and twenty five jobs to be created in construction of €20m NUI Galway Clinical & Translational Research Facility
Work has begun on NUI Galway’s €20m Clinical Research Facility and Translational Research Facility (CRF-TRF). The contract to construct the four-storey building (gross floor area 5,345m?) has been awarded to BAM Building Ltd. The construction period is anticipated to be 16 months and will create 125 construction jobs at its peak.
The rise in the number of hoax calls registered by the ambulance service in each of the HSE areas since 2007 has been described as “beyond belief” and a clear indication of the time wasting that is being experienced by the emergency services.
Objectives from the Athlone Canal Planning Study will now be part of the new Town Development Plan.
€30,000 will be spent on improvements which Athlone Town Council hopes will help the Athlone Marina lose its bad reputation for good.
Nimbyism and the first party-political spat of next year’s local elections dominated the meeting to decide the siting of the long-awaited playground for Tyrrellspass earlier this week.
The resolution of the casual trading bay conundrum for the square in Kilbeggan was finalised this week, despite the debate descending into a party-political spat about whether or not to scrap flower beds for additional parking.