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What happened to home rulers after independence?

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UNTIL SINN Féin swept the boards at the 1918 general election, winning 73 seats - the overwhelming majority - the Irish Parliamentary Party had been the dominant force in Irish politics.

GMIT Mayo Digital West event to focus on remote working and wellness

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Now in its third year, GMIT Mayo’s Digital West 2020 event will take place on Tuesday, January 28.

GMIT Mayo Digital West event to focus on remote working and wellness

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Now in its third year, GMIT Mayo’s Digital West 2020 event will take place on Tuesday, January 28.

GMIT digital event to focus on remote working and wellness

Now in its third year, GMIT Mayo’s Digital West event will take place on Tuesday January 28. Organised by academic staff in collaboration with the GMIT Innovation Hub and in partnership with external business support agencies, this year’s event will focus on remote working, wellness and opportunity.

A murder which inspired an exhibition

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ON MONDAY November 1 1920, Eileen Quinn, was murdered by the Black and Tans. She was 25 years old and seven months pregnant. The killing and its aftermath are now the subject of a new exhibition.

The professor and his dog

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Pádraig Ó Céidigh was appointed to the department of botany in UCG, in the autumn of 1956. He arrived for his first lecture in his typically distinctive style, that would continue to the point of eccentricity, yet he would play a vital role in developing a small department in a prefab laboratory, into one of the leading world class marine science institutions in NUIG today.

Festive Harmony family concerts at Westport Theatre

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After six sell-out concerts in December 2016, 2017 and 2018, Festive Harmony is back in the Town Hall Theatre Westport on Friday December 13 and Saturday December 14 at 8pm.

GMIT announces Cork educator Dr Orla Flynn as its new president

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The governing body of Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology has this week announced the appointment of Dr Orla Flynn as president of GMIT.

Inaugural John Cunningham lecture to honour late newspaper editor

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The Discipline of Journalism and Communication at NUI Galway will host the inaugural ‘John Cunningham Journalism Lecture’ on Monday,November 18 at 5pm in the Aula Maxima. The event honours the late Connacht Tribune Editor and long-time journalism lecturer John Cunningham.

New book chronicles turbulent decade in North Galway

A new book which chronicles the revolutionary decade in North Galway will be launched in Tuam next month. Written by local GP Dr. Jarlath Deignan who is a member of the Old Tuam Society, the book discusses the various episodes that occurred during the pursuit of Irish freedom from a local perspective, including the Great War, Easter 1916, the War of Independence, the Anglo-Irish Treaty and the Civil War.

 

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