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One of the biggest educational projects announced for Co Galway last week, the €2.75m new primary school in Lackagh, should be ready to go to tender “in a matter of weeks” according to principal Michael Lydon. “We got a letter on Monday asking us to get tenders in as soon as possible. While the tendering process… Read more »

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Fine Gael TD for Galway West and Mayo South, Seán Kyne has today welcomed the €94 million investment by Irish Water to upgrade Galway’s water and wastewater infrastructure through a range of projects spanning this year until 2019. Commented Deputy Kyne: “€36 million is being invested to upgrade drinking water infrastructure in the City and… Read more »

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Several photographs have already been submitted for the Gala Heritage Night in Lackagh National School which will be held on Monday 23rd November. People are asked to bring along old photographs or memorabilia from the area or connected with the school which will be compiled and produced in a multi-media format on the night. Interviews may… Read more »

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A Lackagh-based business was awarded third place in the JCI Galway Entrepreneur of the year at a gala banquet and awards ceremony in the Galway Bay Hotel at the weekend. Aisling Kearney Burke who runs the highly successful Beechmount Art Studio at Lackagh and has developed additional businesses through Paintclub.ie and BuyMyIrishArt.com finished in third… Read more »

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The Oranmore Maree Volunteer Awards committee will host its second ever Awards Night on Sunday December 6th in the Galway Bay Golf and Country Club at 7pm. Speaking after the announcement of the new recipients of the Volunteer Awards, founding member Senator Fidelma Healy Eames said ‘This will be a wonderful opportunity to recognise and thank thirteen… Read more »

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The death has occurred of Julia Holland (née Killilea), Lisheenavalla, Claregalway, Galway. Julia Holland (née Killilea), (Lisheenavalla, Claregalway, Co Galway) November 14th 2015. Predeceased by her husband Thomas; sadly missed by her sons Michael, Patrick, Vincent and Paul, daughters Mary, Tina, Bernie, Geraldine and Philomena, brother Michael, daughters in law, sons in law, sister, in-law, grandchildren, nephew,… Read more »

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The death has occurred of Peter Newell, Polkeen, Castlegar, Galway / Claregalway, Galway. Late of Montiagh, Claregalway. (peacefully) at University Hospital, Galway, beloved husband of the late Mary and much loved father of Mairéad, Tom and Seán. Sadly missed by his daughter and sons, daughters-in-law, son-in-law, grandchildren, extended family, neighbours and many friends. Reposing at Síoraíocht within the… Read more »

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Whistle Down the Wind rehearsals are in full swing for the cast from Claregalway, Corrandulla, Carnmore and Lackagh and other surrounding areas. The 9-Arch Musical Society presents this show from Thursday November 19th–21st in the Town Hall Theatre, Galway. With a cast of just 44 juniors and a further 25 adults there will be nearly 70 of… Read more »

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Family members are expected to accompany the body home of an Annaghdown man who died following a fatal collision in Australia on Sunday. The whole community have been plunged into grief following the news that Ger Scully (30) lost his life in a road traffic accident Western Australia. The community have been rallying around his parents… Read more »

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Claregalway Flood Relief Works to proceed as Department signs off on new environmental impact assessment Fine Gael TD for Galway West and Mayo South Seán Kyne has today (Tuesday) welcomed confirmation from the Office of Public Works’ Minister, Simon Harris that the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform has signed off on the environmental review… Read more »

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