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Hello to all the Advertiser readers in Athlone, Mayo, and Galway.
Our man south of the border, Ray Silke caught up with two of the men who could shape the outcome of Sunday's game in Salthill this week, Cillian O'Connor and Gary O'Donnell
Saint Patrick’s Boys School, known to generations of Galwegians as simply ‘Pats’, is now enrolling pupils for the 2015/2016 school year. Saint Pat’s is a landmark Galway school steeped in history and tradition and is the Junior School for Saint Joseph’s College.
GALWAY THEATRE company Wolf Meets World are in An Taibhdhearc next week with the Irish premiere of Seamus Scanlon’s The McGowan Trilogy, a trio of one-act plays which have already enjoyed a successful run in New York, winning awards for Best Actress, Best Director, and Best Design at the city’s annual Irish Theatre Festival.
Three transition year groups represented St Joseph’s College, Summerhill at the Eco Unesco Young Environmentalist final at the Mansion House in Dublin.
Teaching English as a foreign language, or TEFL, is an attractive option for recent graduates, for people who want to change career, for those who are approaching retirement, or for anyone thinking of teaching English here in Ireland or anywhere in the world. But there is a bewildering number of course options out there.
A FUNDRAISING night featuring comedy, impressions, a DJ, and a raffle, in aid of Nurture Africa and the Trocaire Nepal Appeal, takes place in The Cellar Bar on Friday May 29 at 8.30pm.
Ireland’s Future Electricity Grid
Niamh Murray from Moate Community School with her teacher Lisa Doyle scooped third place at the recent Student Enterprise Awards national finals. Her business, Once Upon a Rhyme, brought traditional nursery rhymes back into the 21st century with her wonderful catchy artwork on a range of products.
After a very successful competition last year, Benny the Boot is back for 2015. And all city national schools are asked to get creative about how their pupils travel to and from school. An Taisce Green-Schools in partnership with Galway City Council re-launched the citywide active travel competition this week at Woodquay.