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Olympic champion Aifric Keogh, Kenny’s Bookshop and Gallery director, author, and historian Tom Kenny, and World Food Program representative Mary-Ellen McGroarty are among the recipients of the 2022 University of Galway Alumni Awards. The winners, announced this week, will be presented with their awards at a gala banquet on Friday October 21.
Network Ireland has announced that tickets for its Annual Conference and Businesswoman of the Year Awards have sold out in record time in advance of the event at Galway’s Salthill Hotel on Friday, October 7. More than 70 women across all industries will be celebrated for their work on the day ranging from artists to entrepreneurs.
A special ceremony took place at Atlantic Technological University’s Galway City campus this week to mark the 50th anniversary of the entry of the first cohort of students to the then RTC Galway on September 18, 1972, The event, attended by the Mayor of the City of Galway, Cllr Clodagh Higgins, Cathaoirleach of Galway County Council, Cllr Michael Maher, and invited guests, marks the beginning of a programme of events at ATU to celebrate its golden jubilee.
Ballybrit native Grace Kennedy has raised over €70,000 and organised aid, transport, accommodation and support to those fleeing the conflict, finding homes for 5,000 Ukrainians in Ireland.
Galway's Katie O’Brien and Steven McGowen have been selected to compete at this year's World Rowing Championships which take place next week in the Czech Republic.
On Friday last, Mayor of the Athlone-Moate Municipal District, Cllr Vinny McCormack met with the Mayor of Châteaubriant and President of the Community of Communes of Châteaubriant-Derval, Mr Alain Hunault to renew the twinning between Athlone and Châteaubriant.
Athlone Musical Society reviewed a memorable year and looked to the future at its recently hosted AGM in the Shamrock Lodge Hotel.
The ATU Galway City campus has been awarded My Green Lab certification in recognition of work by staff and students in making all teaching science laboratories on campus more sustainable. My Green Lab certification is an international gold standard for best practice in laboratory sustainability which is recognised in the United Nations’ Race to Zero campaign as a key achievement in working towards a zero-carbon future.
A Galway native and advocate of the Galway light rail option GLUAS has been awarded an Outstanding Achievement Award by the Insitution of Civil Engineers.
Ask anybody in Ireland about Liam or Sam and the chances are they will know you are referring to the trophies presented to the All-Ireland senior hurling and football champions, but what about the 2,000 other pieces of GAA silverware around the country, how many of us know the stories of these cups, how they came into existence or how they receive their names?