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Retired An Post/Eircom workers to hold reunion in city next month
The retired members of the former Department of Posts & Telegraphs, An Post, Telecom Eireann, Eircom and Eir at Eglinton Street are holding the An Post/Eircom reunion in the Menlo Park Hotel on Friday May 19.
Clutching a candle, Tom Casey withdraws his evidence
The horrific Maamtrasna murders, the arrest of 10 men, the rush to ‘justice’, the evidence of the Cappanacrehas (known to be bitter enemies of the murdered Joyces), the two informers Anthony Philbin and Thomas Casey (whose false evidence led to penal servitude for life for five innocent men, and the execution of one innocent man), was followed in minute detail not only throughout Ireland, but in Britain and among the Irish communities in America. Yet nowhere did it impact more than on the mountainside community of Maamtrasna .
From trams to buses
When the Galway-Salthill Tramway ceased trading in 1918, it caused a problem for locals who had been using the service as public transport so a group of local businessmen came together on April 5, 1919 to register The Galway General Omnibus Company Limited as a public company. The directors were Thomas McDonough, Joe Young, Robert Mackie, Michael Crowley, Philip O’Gorman, Martin Hynes and Martin Finan. John Leech was the secretary and Joseph Garvey the manager.
Skal International Galway to honour Mary Bennett next week
Skal International Galway will honour Galway businesswoman and the first ever female World President of Skal International, Mary Bennett at a special celebratory black tie Dinner in the Ardilaun Hotel, Galway on Thursday, next March 30.
Athlone IT recruitment agency raises €10,000 for kidney disease patients
Athlone IT recruitment agency Solas IT Recruitment has raised €10,000 in donations to support the work of the Irish Kidney Association.
The Royal Galway Yacht Club
Our first illustration today is a drawing by MJ Tighe, architect, Galway, of the proposed new clubhouse for the Royal Galway Yacht Club at the corner of the Gaol River and the Eglinton Canal. The club was founded and received Royal Warrant in 1882. It was established as a social combination to promote sailing and rowing on the bay and lake, and the enjoyment of all the amenities of the Corrib Lake and River. They managed to survive and carry on for some years in difficult circumstances.
Winner of Castlegar GAA apartment 'still can't believe it'
Aoife Rynne, the 25 year old winner of the Castlegar GAA club's 'Win a Home in Salthill Galway' fundraising draw at the weekend said that she still can't believe her luck.