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GIY International Get Involved Get Growing Michael Kelly weekly article GIY Weekly Column January 13th 2017 Slow At Work And Inner Critics If you’re still looking for a new year’s resolution (or you’ve already broken your last one), how about this: get to know your inner critic. Start listening out for it and watching its… Read more »

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  Claregalway Historical Society Sharing our historical & cultural heritage Help Out and Participate Claregalway we need you! Claregalway Historical and Cultural Society Why Claregalway should participate in Galway Gastronomy 2018! Why should Claregalway community support and participate in Galway, West of Ireland 2018 – European Region of Gastronomy? Galway has been awarded a European… Read more »

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Recycling domestic waste Introduction How do I recycle? What can I put in my recycling bin? What can I bring to a recycling facility? Rates Where to apply What happens to recycled items? Introduction There is a wide range of services and facilities to recycle domestic waste. As well as reducing the volume of waste… Read more »

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With an exciting new nomination process and voting system in place this year. GAA Handball can now release the full list of nominations for the 2017 All-Stars, in association with O’Neills, with a total of 10 categories to be presented on the night of February 3rd at Croke Park. The list of Players Awards are broken… Read more »

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Claregalway/Lackagh Community Games   To ensure the continuation of Community Games in the Claregalway/Lackagh area there is a new committee urgently required for affiliation for 2018.   Claregalway/Lackagh have a strong tradition in community games at Local, Regional and National level. Claregalway/Lackagh have had great success at National level in a multiple of disciplines including:… Read more »

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24 Bowling Green,   Galway   Dear Editor,   There was a time in Ireland when the elderly were treated with great respect and lived out their lives to the end of their days as important members of the family and society . Families were large so there was always a family member to keep… Read more »

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The proposed new road layout around Galway Cathedral, including a potential plaza area. Galway City Tribune – The planning process for the most radical overhaul of traffic and transport in the history of the city is to be completed this year with ‘the cheque waiting to be written’ from the start of next year for the… Read more »

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GIY Weekly Column January 6th 2018 Growing In January And February It may still be winter but now is the time to get started for year ahead. Don’t jump straight into seed sowing however, start with a little planning… Low heat levels are the main reason that we can’t generally sow seeds in January and… Read more »

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Brighten Up Your Garden & Patio In January “Anyone who thinks gardening begins in the spring and ends in the fall is missing the best part of the whole year; for gardening begins in January with the dream.”Josephine Nuese As we enter the New Year we are reminded of new beginnings and opportunities. Nowhere is… Read more »

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PRESS RELEASE – Innovative “care for spare room” solution could help health and housing crisis The health and housing crises regularly hit the news headlines in Galway. Social Democrats Galway candidate Niall Ó Tuathail is exploring a partial solution to both where older Galwegians provide spare rooms to people who are willing to provide companionship… Read more »