Coláiste Éinde past pupils who were recipients of 2019/20 Excellence Scholarships to NUI Galway pictured at the awards ceremony held at NUIG with Coláiste Éinde principal, Deirbhle Quinn. From left: Aisling Walsh, Lilymay Healy, Diego Brule, Deirbhle Quinn, Romain Gadioux, and Juliette O’Donnell.

Education & Training

CompTIA Network+ online tutor support and workshops course with GRETB Training Centre

Thu, Oct 15, 2020

Build your career in network administration with a 10-week online course starting on November 2. This self-directed course will have one online workshop per week through a learning platform with a tutor. The tutor will provide support for the other three and a half days.

Gannet Fish Shop.

Food & Wine

Eat More Fish and support the RNLI  

Fri, Oct 23, 2020

Eat More Fish have launched a nationwide campaign to encourage people to eat local, seasonal sustainable and affordable fish and support the RNLI’s annual Fish Supper fundraiser at the same time.

Our native breech changing into her glorious Autumn costume


Gardenwise | Finding hope in Falling Leaves

Wed, Oct 28, 2020

As far as I can make out we’ve only had one bank holiday since New Year’s Day without a lockdown in place. History will judge whether the damage caused was justified, but for now one thing at least is certain: damage is being done. This week I’d like to encourage you, if you possibly can, to let nature help you undo at least some of that damage; or if that’s not possible, to help you cope with it and give you hope for the future.


Galway is voted friendliest city in Europe

Thu, Oct 29, 2020

We may not be able to travel very far at the moment, but Galway is the place to be according to readers of prestigious travel magazine Condé Nast Traveller, who have named it the friendliest city in Europe in the annual Readers' Choice Awards.


Sad events remind us that we need to mind each other

Thu, Oct 29, 2020

There has been a lot a sadness in our news lately, and I don’t mean that of a purely Covid nature. Tragedies in Cork and Dublin have shocked us all, but saddened us even more.

“I remember saying to my father [who died in 1998], ‘Help me out’,” says Norita Ni Chartúir who got a stroke when she was fifty three years of age. 
Photo:-Mike Shaughnessy

Health & Beauty

The shopping trip that saved the lecturer’s life

Thu, Oct 29, 2020

When Gearóidín Uí Loideáin contacted her friend Norita one day two years ago and said she was taking her to the city for some retail therapy little did she realise that that trip to the shops would save her friend's life.


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