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The death has occurred of Margaret HESSION (née Staunton) Gortadooey, Claregalway, Galway Margaret Hession (nee Staunton), Gortadooey, Claregalway, Co Galway. (Peacefully at Mystical Rose Nursing Home); Predeceased by her husband Patrick, baby son Patrick, son-in-law Martin; cherished mother of Paraic, Tom, Anthony, Marie (Creaven) and Anne (Fahy), Sadly missed by her family, sister Nellie (Mogan),… Read more »

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By Enda Cunningham, Connacht Tribune   PEOPLE living in private rented accommodation in County Galway are paying an average of more than €830 extra per year to their landlords compared to a year ago, according to new Government figures. And the latest statistics from the Residential Tenancies Board (RTB) and Economic and Social Research Institute… Read more »

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http://galwaymayoguidance7.blogspot.ie/2016/12/the-many-routes-to-third-level-in-my.html The Apprenticeship Route to Third Level In my last few posts I wrote about the various routes that a student could take to transition from second to third level education in Ireland. In this post I will write about pursuing the noble Apprenticeship route. Earn while you learn Apprentices learn their trade or profession… Read more »

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PRESS RELEASE ·        Three Galway companies shortlisted for “SFA National Small Business Awards 2017” ·        An Taoiseach says small firms have been central to Ireland’s recovery and play an important role in economy The finalists in the SFA National Small Business Awards 2017 have been officially announced by Patricia… Read more »

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  The death has occurred of Joe BROWNE Gardenham, Claregalway, Galway (Suddenly) at his home. Sadly missed by his family, sister Peggy Dooley (Caltra, Ballinasloe), brother PJ (Gardenham), sisters in law Patricia (Gardenham), Lily and Anna (UK), nieces, nephews, relatives, neighbours and friends.   Reposing at Corrandulla Mortuary Chapel this Monday evening from 5.30pm. Removal… Read more »

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The death has occurred of Margaret O’RIORDAN (née Minogue) Árd na Gaoithe, Currandrum, Claregalway, Galway Peacefully at U H Galway. Wife of the late Brendan. Sadly missed by her loving daughter Deirdre, sister Mary Francis O’Brien (Athlone), sisters-in-law, brothers-in-law, nieces, nephews, relatives, neighbours and friends.   Reposing at Corrandulla Mortuary Chapel tomorrow, Tuesday evening, from… Read more »

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Strictly Claregalway – Season 2. Now is your chance to follow in the footsteps of Season 1 dancers. Plans are being made for an event at the end of January. If you want to get involved, have a bit of fun and improve your dancing skills please text your name to 086 2566333. Places are… Read more »

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Heaters When buying heaters, make sure that they are the right size for the rooms they are to heat, and that they have thermostatic controls. Remember that electric heaters other than storage heaters consume electricity at the most expensive charge rate. Use a space or portable heater instead of the central heating, if only one… Read more »

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Statement from Seán Kyne TD – Minister of State at the Department of Arts, Heritage, Regional, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs and Fine Gael TD for Galway West:Claregalway Wastewater Treatment Plant OpensIrish Water confirms that Lakeview Estate will be connected in the coming weeks“The new wastewater treatment plant at Claregalway has opened as part of a… Read more »

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This Friday, 2nd December, over 200 students and staff, will be taking part in a 24 hour Fast in conjunction with Youth Suicide Prevention Ireland, to raise funds for this fantastic organisation who do amazing work in trying to prevent youth suicide in Ireland. All funds raised go directly to YSPI. If you would like… Read more »

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  We have a pretty fixed view of what makes up the human body – cells, blood, tissues, bone and so on. But, did you know that inside your gut you carry around a whopping 2kg of microbes, which consists of over 1,000 different species of bacteria that outnumber our cells 10 to 1? Most… Read more »

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  It’s probably ingrained in us Irish and maybe even more-so that any other nationality, we’re prone to suffering from a small bit of negativity. We lean towards the down side. We highlight the pitfalls, point out the inefficiencies and harp on about the negative in like, any situation. We loved to harp on about,… Read more »

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