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By Siobhán Holliman, Tuam Herald AGRICULTURAL buildings and the communities around North Galway have provided the inspiration for works included in a new art exhibition being launched in Tuam this week. Artist Kathy Ross relocated to Togher, Tuam last year where she has established an art studio and has been working with nearby national schools… Read more »

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By Mark Walsh, Tuam Herald A YOUNG Claregalway man’s new app is making it easier for students to get home safely after a night out. Richie Commins has created DASH to help students pay for their taxi fare, even if they don’t have any money or a phone on them.  Over 8,000 students have already… Read more »

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http://carvercoaching.net/post_3.html I have just returned from the GAIN Coaching Conference in Rice University, Houston, Texas. GAIN (Gambetta Athletic Improvement Network) is the brain child of Vern Gambetta who is considered to be the Founding Father of Functional Sports Training and a world leader in the area of Athletic Development. The GAIN Conference has just celebrated… Read more »

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  The Summer Football camp is on Monday the 14th August to Friday the 18th August in Knockdoemore Park, for 5 days. For application forms these will be available in June: claregalwaygaabooking@gmail.com The Senior Ladies took on Annaghdown in Round 3 of the Division 1 league in Annaghdown on Sunday morning. Played in brilliant sunshine… Read more »

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Nuacht Chláir Archives The first edition of the Nuacht Chláir was published in January 1990, and was just a single A4 sheet delivered door to door. However, the editorial committee disbanded soon thereafter and for several years there was no community newsletter. That was until August 1996, when current Editor, Josette Farrell, formed a small… Read more »

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Weekly Column – June 17th 2017 To-ma-toes To-ma-toes Megrim is one of the most frequently caught fish species by the Irish fishing fleet but is almost unknown on dinner tables here.  Almost 100% of our megrim stock is exported, usually to Spain and France, where it is much valued.  It’s a mystery as to why… Read more »

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Rockmount Riding Centre, one of the oldest and largest riding centres in the west of Ireland, was established in 1972 by John and Treasa Moore. Now run by their son David and his wife Verran, it is located six kilometres from Galway city centre on the N17, close to Claregalway village. Rockmount provides for all… Read more »

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by Kernan Andrews, Galway Advertiser Seán Kyne has been given a junior ministerial portfolio that takes him across two government departments, while Ciaran Cannon has been rescued from his backbenches, having also been appointed a Minister of State, under new Taoiseach Leo Varadkar. This week saw Galway West Fine Gael TD Kyne moved from his… Read more »

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Galway has gained a junior ministry position under the leadership of Leo Varadkar, bringing the total in the area’s three constituencies to three in addition to one senior minister Previously between the three Galway constituencies there were two junior ministers – Galway West’s Sean Kyne and Galway East’s Sean Canney and one senior minister Galway-Roscommon’s… Read more »

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THE 8th ANNUAL GALWAY GARDEN FESTIVAL with, Music, Street Theatre, Food, Craft and a Medieval Tournament The 2017 Galway Garden Festival will take place on Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd July, at Claregalway Castle. This will be the 8th year of an unique and charming garden event  which has developed a national profile. It  will showcase… Read more »

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  expats going home If last week in Qatar was a week for stoic calm for expats, this week was a week of quiet planning. When Saudi Arabia together with the United Arab Emirates and few others decided to cut diplomatic ties with Qatar, my current home, last week, the initial reaction among us expats… Read more »

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