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The Irish Wheelchair Association, Na Fraoch, Logmore housing development in Belmullet, has won the national award for best housing for Housing for People with Disabilities at the Irish Council for Social Housing Community Housing Awards 2019.
Saturday night next October 19 the Garbo's venue showcases Johnny Gallagher and the Boxtie Band - a man who first played here in the legendary Desperate Dans.
The Home Improvement Show returns to Leisureland, Salthill, Galway this weekend, October 19 and 20, and will feature creative stands from many of Ireland’s most talented design professionals, furniture providers, and home improvement suppliers.
Galway Steiner National School transferred from its previous patron body, Lifeways Ireland, to the patronage of Galway and Roscommon Education and Training Board from the start of the 2019/2020 school year. It is now known as Cuan na Gaillimhe Community National School.
Some 10,000 people are set to converge on Galway next week to attend the Vodafone Comedy Carnival, which is expected to generate at least €5 million for the local economy.
In the new series GO GASTA, two local villages go head-to-head to settle old scores once and for all on a course littered with challenges and obstacles.
Almost €4.5 million is to be invested in rural water services in Galway under a new Government programme to improve water quality, infrastructure, and conservation in rural areas.
Two Government ministers have publicly backed plans for the development of a new elective hospital in Galway, calling for the project to be prioritised and completed “as quickly as possible”.
The Simon Community takes its name from Simon of Cyrene who helped Jesus carry the cross. It was founded in London in 1963 by Anton Wallich-Clifford and a branch was set up in Dublin in 1969. Early in 1979, Frank O’Leary OFM spoke at a meeting in Galway entitled Poverty in Ireland about the work of Simon in providing shelter, friendship, and acceptance to homeless people. Two psychology students, Margaret Brehony and Kathy O’Grady, drew attention to the fact that there were rough sleepers in Galway too.