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€89,977 in funding for four Mayo projects by the EMFF fisheries local action group

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Deputy Michael Ring TD has received confirmation that the third tranche in 2020 of grant awards by the Fisheries Local Action Group established under Ireland’s European Maritime and Fisheries Fund Programme, has been allocated to four groups in Mayo. The grants are co-funded by the Government of Ireland and the European Union.

Ballyhaunis Community School benefits from funding for integration projects - Dillon

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Ballyhaunis Community School in Mayo will benefit from funding to support integration projects during the pandemic, Fine Gael TD Alan Dillon has said.

New book by BAFTA winning Achill Islander

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In a world spiralling into chaos over the viral pandemic, how do we face the greatest but eternal challenge of our lives, our own fear of mortality?

Friend's Connacht to clash with Lam's Bristol in Champions Cup

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It was inevitable. When both Connacht and Bristol Bears qualified for the Champions Cup, it seemed predestined the two clubs would end up squaring up to each other.

Will you be part of Galway Samaritans' future by leaving it a gift in your will?

In the Republic of Ireland in 2019, Samaritans answered 431,871 telephone calls and close to 20,000 emails. More than 4,000 people received face-to-face emotional support in branches or at festivals across the country.

Designs of Ireland is open for online shopping, private shopping and click & collect

Designs of Ireland, located at 2 Cross Street Lower, Galway, is still open for online shopping. You can click and collect, or feel free to contact the team for personal shopping in the shop with all Covid procedures in place.

Support Galway businesses by ordering deliveries

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It may feel that we have been transported back in time as we experience our second full lockdown of 2020. Due to the Government imposed lockdown, many businesses have had to close their doors once again. Those deemed essential are able to continue to service their customers' needs such as Joyce's Supermarkets and fish stalls.

The shopping trip that saved the lecturer’s life

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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.

Two mercilessly honest women poets

OF LATE, it has been in vogue for male publishers to publish young women poets. Some people think this has something to do with feminism. However, male publishers tend to be less interested in emerging woman poets over 40 – an age when many women, having raised families, begin seriously writing poems.

Carpe Diem - Sing and Play: Remembering Eimear begins November 1

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Carpe Diem - Sing And Play: Remembering Eimear is a novel online performance challenge, commencing on Sunday November 1 2020 on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. It will run for two weeks and is open to all levels of proficiency.


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