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O'Brien breaks the record

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Not only did he top the poll with 1090 votes to spare and become part of a Fine Gael ticket that saw them take four of six seats available in the area, Patsy O'Brien also created an additional piece of history last weekend.

Poll topper Keena exceeds local election quota on first count

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Greenway extensions key priority for Flynn

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Westport based Fine Gael election candidate, Peter Flynn, has said he will insist that the Greenway extensions to Louisburgh and Ballycroy are to the fore when it comes to setting out Mayo County Council's strategy for the next five years.

NUI Galway academic launches book on the consequences of whistleblowing in organisations

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Kate Kenny, Professor of Business and Society at the J.E. Cairnes School of Business and Economics at NUI Galway has just launched her new book, Whistleblowing: Toward a New Theory (Harvard University Press). An introduction to the book is provided by Dr Tom Clonan and Professor Ricca Edmondson.

Presentation of The Battle of Jadotville in Bridge St

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A unique event is to take place in Castlebar on February 23 next when a presentation is made on the Battle of Jadotville from the “Pen of Commandant Pat Quinlan” (Officer Commanding the Irish Troops at Jadotville in the Congo in 1961), as told by his son, Commandant Leo Quinlan.

Clodagh Higgins to run for FG in Galway City West

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Clodagh Higgins has been confirmed as Fine Gael's second candidate for Galway City West in May's Local Elections, finally bringing to an end the long held speculation the party would field a running mate for Cllr Pearce Flannery.

Friends in strange places.

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Our friend ‘Captain H’ who had ingeniously planted a dictaphone in the confessional under the stairs in the Town Hall prison, was up to his old tricks again. Somehow he had managed to plant a ‘friendly’ Sergeant Gates who chatted and smiled, and was a friend to all, and dangerously caught numerous snatches of conversation from the hundreds of prisoners within. These were reported to Captain H.

A prison drama in the Town hall

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November 1920 was the most vicious month in the War of Independence. Murder and mayhem were commonplace. The authorities reacted with vigorous severity. There were shootings and public beatings, buildings and homes burnt, and printing works wrecked. There was a sweeping roundup of the usual suspects, numbering in their thousands. The old gaol in Galway, and gaols throughout Ireland, were full to bursting point.

Canney urges applications for fisheries jobs

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Funding for up to 40 fisheries’ officer positions, that will be recruited across six river basin districts by Inland Fisheries Ireland, have been approved and applications for the posts are now being sought.

Registration open for NUI Galway’s mature students information evening

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NUI Galway will hold its annual mature student information evening on Wednesday, January 16, from 5.30pm to 8pm in the Lifecourse Institute on the north campus. The information evening will allow attendees to find out more and get advice on full-time or part-time degrees on offer at the university, and on possible career opportunities.

 

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