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‘To the waters and the wild…’

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“EACH ALBUM reflects the season they were recorded in. “The sound of the seasons permeates the songs. You'll hear footsteps through snowfall, catch the cautious optimism of a clear spring day, and feel the heat haze of a summer day on the west coast of Ireland.”

40 new jobs are to be created as part of €1.9m expansion of Cambus Medical

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More than 40 new highly skilled jobs are to be created as part of a €1.9m expansion work being carried out by Cambus Medical, in An Spidéal.

Galway 2020 closes with a handover ceremony live on TG4

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Galway and Rijeka in Croatia will pass the title of European Capital of Culture to Esch in Luxembourg, Kaunas in Lithuania and Novi Sad in Serbia, with a ceremony to be broadcast on TG4.

Free online children’s camp at Galway City Museum this Easter

Galway City Museum is offering an exciting series of free fun online workshops for children this Easter. By visiting from Tuesday 6 April to Friday 9 April, children will be able to consider, explore and create whole other worlds of wonder. Here they can choose from several workshops and be inspired by what awaits.

Galway again chosen as stopover for major sailing race next year

Galway will once again host competitors in a major sailing event when the Round Britain and Ireland race takes place next year.

Women in Science – Vera Quinlan

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To celebrate International Day of Women and Girls in Science on 11th February 2021, the Marine Institute is highlighting the many brilliant women who play transformative and ambitious roles in understanding, exploring, protecting and sustainably managing our oceans wealth.

Cruise tries to revoke declaration of climate emergency

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One councillor declared the declaration of a climate and biodiversity emergency last month by Mayo County Council as “tantamount to terrorism.”

2021 will bring challenges but also opportunities, says city council CEO


Government support vital to keeping city council deficit to a minimum, says CEO

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The intervention of the Government in funding Galway City Council played the key role in ensuring the city deficit is just a fraction of what it might have been, Galway City Council CEO Brendan McGrath said this week.

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Slendertone, 100% Irish Owned Business Nestled in the heart of Galway About Slendertone Slendertone was established in the early 1960s and today, are Global Leaders in EMS (Electrical Muscle Stimulation) Technology designed to help people strengthen, firm and tone their muscles.The 100% Irish owned business is nestled in the West Coast of Ireland and it’s here where their vision and ideas come to life. Historically, production was based in Co. Dongeal, now the team of creators and engineers invent and design some of the most cutting-edge wearable technology, from the purpose built labs in Co. Galway.During the first lockdown period, gyms were closed, and the nation was faced with keeping fit at home. Slendertone had the answer to switch on your muscles and get in an ab workout from the comfort of your own home. Online sales soared throughout this period and as we enter the second lockdown, ab toning belts continue to be in popular demand with online customers! At the heart of the business is a desire to help people look and feel their best. Life is demanding and people are looking for new solutions to help achieve their best body shape. Whether the goal is toning, firming or strengthening muscles.. Slendertone has the body toning technology to help you or someone you love, to stay in shape this Christmas!At the click of a button you can order directly from and choose from any of our ab toning belts, arm toners or bottom toner with the added benefit of free shipping across Ireland. How It Works Slendertone uses clinically proven EMS technology to deliver deep, wide ranging muscle contractions to tone, firm and strengthen your ab muscles. Slendertone should always be used as a complement to regular exercise and healthy eating to maximise results from just 4 weeks. Clinical trials have found:


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