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INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY LUNCH 2020…. PLEASE JOIN US THIS SUNDAY THE 8TH OF MARCH FROM 12.30PM TO 2.30PM FOR OUR INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY LUNCH IN THE KINGS HEAD BISTRO ON SUNDAY THE 8TH OF MARCH – Please support our International Women’s Day Lunch/Dinner in Galway on SUNDAY, March the 8th 2020 in The Kings Head… Read more »

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The death has occurred of Johnny CasserlyCahergowan, Claregalway, Galway Predeceased by his wife Sarah and brothers Mairtín and Michael; Will be sadly missed by his sisters Mary Cribbin, Una Carty, brothers Peter, Eamonn and Patrick; nieces, nephews, relatives, neighbours and his many friends.May His Gentle Soul Rest In PeaceReposing at Síoraíocht, in the grounds of… Read more »

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26.02.2020 11:24 Clióna Murphy, CEO ivitamins and General PractitionerFacebookTwitterMessengerLinkedInWhatsAppMore Name: Clióna Murphy Age: 38 Lives: Dublin, by way of Cork and Galway Job title: CEO, ivitamins TM LTD, trading as Cholestero-Low TM. And General Practitioner (GP). Salary bracket: I do not draw a salary from ivitamins LTD. Any profits earned are used to reinvest in the company. However, my salary… Read more »

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I am hoping that this run of grey wet dark days is numbered. I am starting to get a little anxious for the season ahead as the land is under water. It is the same every year, a slight feeling of sceitimíní takes hold as we head into March; concern over whether conditions will improve?… Read more »

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South Galway Floods The goal of this page is to increase awareness of the flooding crisis in South Galway and become a forum for communications relating to the flooding. Is South Galway really worth saving? The waters are still rising in South Galway as many communities once again are experiencing the threat of flooding.  Images of… Read more »

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Our organic journey in the West of Ireland began in 2004, when myself and my wife Jenny moved back to Ireland to take over my grandfather’s farm. The journey has been challenging, tearful at times, and exhilarating at others, a journey like we never imagined. In 2010 we thought we would not survive as the… Read more »

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The death has occurred of Peter FahyBallinacregg, Carnmore, Oranmore, Galway Beloved husband of Bridgie, will be sadly missed by his wife, sons Micheál, Liam and Gerard, daughters Siobhan and Maire, daughters-in-law Helen, Aisling and Roisín, sons-in-law Gerry and Domhnaill, grandchildren Hannah, Donal, Matthew, Cian, Laura Jane, Katie, Alison, Conor, Jeaic, Rachel, Emily and Sadie, brother… Read more »

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“Trades and Profession Week” launched by local primary school. Cregmore National School launched a new educational initiative earlier this week, titled Trades and Professions Week 2020. This initiative is the brainchild of school staff who recently agreed that children should become familiar with a variety of trades and professions at an early stage in life,… Read more »

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INDEPENDENT.IE  TravelIreland Saturday 1 February 2020 The Galway Bucket List: 30 best things to do in the city Our readers named Galway Ireland’s Favourite Home Holiday for 2020. Here’s your guide to the City of the Tribes… Pól Ó Conghaile, Nicola Brady, Aoife Carrigy February 1 2020 Galway is glowing. Here is “a city that’s alive”, as… Read more »

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A WINTER FRIEND This article is so befitting for all of us… take time to ponder… the last statement cannot be refuted:- I FIRST STARTED READING THIS EMAIL AND WAS READING FAST UNTIL I REACHED THE THIRD SENTENCE. I STOPPED THEN AND STARTED OVER, READING SLOWER, AND THINKING ABOUT EVERY WORD… IT MAKES YOU STOP… Read more »

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The death has occurred of Brian WaldronFriar’s Hill, Galway and Cregboy, Claregalway, Galway (Unexpectedly); much loved son of Walter and Margaret and brother of Paul, Lisa and David. Deeply mourned and sadly missed by his loving parents, brothers and sister and by their partners, his uncles and aunts, cousins, the extended Waldron and O’Byrne families… Read more »