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By Bernie Ní Fhlartharta, the Tuam Herald.   A GALWAY school is bucking the trend as they have more girls than boys taking up science and getting involved in the BT Young Scientist of the Year event. In fact, Coláiste Bhaile Chláir in Claregalway are in a unique position as they offer the STEM (science,… Read more »

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By Siobhán Holliman, Tuam Herald TRANSPORT Minister Shane Ross is set to cut the ribbon on the Tuam bypass and the new Tuam to Gort motorway (M17-M18) on Wednesday, September 27 – weeks ahead of schedule. The opening of the long-awaited toll-free route will reduce the journey time between Tuam and Shannon while the bypass… Read more »

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The death has occurred of Noel BRADY (Brady Generator Hire) Bawnmore, Claregalway, Galway / Carrigallen, Leitrim Noel Brady (Brady Generator Hire) Bawnmore, Claregalway, Co Galway and formerly of Carraigallen, Co Leitrim.   Died peacefully at Galway Hospice on Monday, 28th Aug 2017.   Deeply regretted by his heartbroken wife Mary, his sister Bridie (UK), nephews,… Read more »

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  The death has occurred of Willie GREANEY Cregboy, Claregalway, Galway Willie Greaney (Cregboy, Claregalway, Co Galway and formerly of Carnmore). (Unexpectedly), Devoted husband to his loving wife Kathleen and cherished father to his sons Cathal, Maurice and Stephen, Predeceased by his brothers Michael and Mattie and very sadly missed by his family, sisters Mary, Margaret… Read more »

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By Tuam Herald A COROFIN woman slept in her back garden on a cold October night to raise much needed funds for the homeless charity, Galway Simon Community. She felt so fulfilled that she decided to encourage more people in her circle to do likewise and since 2014 has raised €5,000.  To achieve that she… Read more »

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By Siobhán Holliman, The Tuam Herald. PLANS for Claregalway’s first purpose-built building for the area’s Educate Together school are facing substantial opposition from some parts of the local community. The new two-storey primary school is part of a joint application by the Department of Education which is also seeking to further expand Coláiste Bhaile Chláir…. Read more »

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By Kieran Coyne. The Summer Football camp from Monday the 14th August to Friday the 18th August was a great success. Thanks to all involved in the organising of same. The Senior Ladies took on Annaghdown in Round 3 of the Division 1 league in Annaghdown on Sunday morning. Played in brilliant sunshine the opening… Read more »

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  Team mates Peter Finnerty and Gerry McInerney – joined by John Commins and Brendan Lynskey – carry the remains of Tony Keady to his final resting place in Oranmore. Photo: Andrew Downes, xposure. By Dave O’Connell, Connacht Tribune THE legendary half-back line was together one last time – as it always was with Finnerty… Read more »

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Back in Ireland escaping the heat and monotony of Qatar for the summer and it’s clear that the apart from ham sandwiches, wet afternoons and 8.99 wine the biggest thing we’re missing in Qatar is dynamic. Dynamic of extended family, dynamic of everyday life and dynamic of community. Bear in mind that as expats we… Read more »

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Darling husband and best friend to Margaret, dearest loving dad to Shannon, Anthony, Jake and Harry.  Beloved son of the late Jimmy and Maureen and brother Noel.  Deeply missed by his brothers Pj, Seamus, Petie, Brendan and Bernard, sisters Phil, Annette, Teresa and Bridgie, father-in-law Sean, nieces, nephews, Aunt Joan, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, wonderful neighbours, work… Read more »

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2017 Schedule and Entry forms are now available to download 2017 – Our 27th Annual Show   The voluntary committee organise the show down to the last detail and by Sunday morning no stone will be left unturned. The preparations of the grounds begin in earnest, after months of planning, the week of the show…. Read more »

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  Am I affected by the media? Do I listen and get all involved, do I read the papers and feel indignation rising with every word? No, would be my reply. I can listen objectively and not get drawn in to whatever new crisis is dominating the news. Regardless of my personal situation, living conditions,… Read more »

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