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A force majeure…. unforeseeable circumstances that prevent someone from fulfilling a contract; a greater force. It begs the question for the hundreds of building sites in Doha, does the Qatar Crisis constitute a ‘force majeure’ when looking at the reality of delivering on a contract when you’re land locked, air restricted and import reliant desert… Read more »

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AFTER the success of the first, full-contact, medieval tournament in Ireland for over 400 years in 2015, Claregalway Castle wil again play host to this historical spectacle this weekend. Armoured knights from across the globe will descent on the fantastically restored 15th century Towerhouse Castle for this very unusual, but very real, martial arts tournament,… Read more »

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The idea for Fusion was born following one of our annual International Evenings held within the school. Traditional and favourite dishes from parents, children and teachers are cooked at home and sampled at our pop-up restaurant in a school classroom. During the evening recipes are shared and our love of food is evident in our… Read more »

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The long-awaited Gort to Tuam M17/M18 motorway will be officially opened today (Wednesday) by Transport Minister Shane Ross. The various agencies involved aim to begin opening the motorway to the public between 3pm and 4pm, although it may take slightly longer if heavy rain persists, as is forecast. The ‘rolling’ opening to the public will… Read more »

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By Mark Walsh, Tuam Herald. COLÁISTE Bhaile Chláir was recently honoured for its efforts in promoting a mental health awareness at a ceremony for the annual Cycle Against Suicide Ambassador School Awards. Link teacher Shirley Hanley travelled to Dublin to the Royal Hospital in Kilmainham on Tuesday September 12, along with students Mark Slevin, Vanessa… Read more »

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  Lily-Mae & Evan’s school, Claregalway Educate Together held a super event for Childhood Cancer Awareness last Friday. The whole school made a ‘human gold ribbon ‘ & one of the teachers took this picture with a drone! All the students & staff did there best to source yellow or gold clothing, we made gold… Read more »

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  Fr John O’Gorman (PP Menlough 2007 – 2017)   Fr. John O’Gorman  Last weekend Fr.John O’Gorman took up his new ministry as parish priest of Lackagh. Fr.John has served the people in the parish of Menlough and Skehana for the previous ten years. A native of Tuam, Fr. O’Gorman was ordained in 1980 and… Read more »

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A tribute night was held in Lackagh Parish Centre on Friday last to honour Fr. Des Walsh, who is retiring as parish priest at the end of the month. For the past nine years, Fr. Des has been leading the pastoral duties of the parish, having come to the area from Williamstown. It was working… Read more »

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Below is an extract from Fusion – a Family Recipe Cookery Book compiled by Claregalway Educate Together National School (C.E.T.N.S.). The book contains lots of lovely recipes and memories of days gone by.   As part of an inter-generational community project, a group of children, parents and teacher, Niamh Mannion, visited the Claregalway & District… Read more »

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By Jacqueline Hogge, Tuam Herald Five, six, seven, eight is the universal count in for those who get their groove on line dancing and Ballyglunin’s Palm Tree is the place to be for anyone interested in honing their moves. A group of ten ladies are treading the boards on a weekly basis under the tutelage… Read more »

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