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Fahy Travel, Bridge Street, Galway, will host a Christmas coffee morning in aid of Galway Simon Community tomorrow, Friday, from 9.30am to 12 noon. All are welcome to join the team at Fahy Travel to have a chat and a cuppa while supporting a very worthy local cause, especially at this time of the year.
Galway athletes Thomas McStay and Damien Landers have been rewarded with national selection following their recent performances at the National Cross Country in Dublin last week.
Thomas McStay was the toast of Galway City Harriers when he won bronze at the National Cross-Country Championships in Abbottstown on Sunday.
The Romanian community in Galway and surroundings areas are expected to go to the polls this weekend in the city’s Ardilaun Hotel to cast their votes to elect the next president of Romania.
The Social Housing Taskforce for Galway, announced nine months ago, has to date issued no reports and there are no minutes for any meetings it may have had, a situation described as "very worrying" by one local TD.
A book of poetry, inspired by the killing of 14-year-old Abdul-Rauf Ismael Salha by Israeli soldiers in January this year, will be launched in Galway next week.
O'Donnellan & Joyce is offering for sale a wonderful three bedroom end of terrace residence in Roscam on the east side of Galway city.
The doors to the stunning new showhouse at Ross Allta, Rosshill, will be open again this weekend, showcasing the elegant and beautifully finished new homes. Ross Allta – meaning ‘Wild Wood’ — is a luxurious new residential development sitting on a spacious site of c8.5 acres, which has taken its name from the surrounding Merlin Woods. Less than a five minute drive to Merlin Park Hospital and the Galway Clinic, this luxurious new development features 16 bespoke homes that range in size from 237sq m to 284sq m.
A new club for budding young athletes has launched in Galway — the Galway Special Olympics Young Athletes Club welcomes children and their families into the world of Special Olympics by showing how all children can be valued for their talents and abilities.
A park and ride service needs to be implemented at Galway Airport, according to Galway city councillor Alan Cheevers.