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Westport pick up fourth win of the league season

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Westport pushed themselves six points clear in the standings in the Connacht J1A League ahead of local rivals, Castlebar, following their fourth league win of the season last weekend.

Supermac’s chief named Industry EY Entrepreneur Of The Year

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Pat McDonagh of Supermac’s has been named the EY Industry Entrepreneur Of The Year for 2019. The gala awards last weekend was attended by more than 1,500 people including the island of Ireland’s most prominent business leaders and the Minister of Finance, Public Expenditure and Reform, Paschal Donohoe TD, who gathered to celebrate the achievements of the 24 finalists. Collectively the finalists employ more than 13,000 people and have revenues of €1.2bn.

Galway clubs target success at National Cross Country Championships

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The highlight of the domestic cross country season, the National Cross Country Championships, takes place on Sunday at the National Sports Campus, Abbotstown, in Dublin.

‘Music’s in my DNA, I’ve never got bored with it’

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HE SIGNED Oasis and put out The Jesus and Mary Chain’s first single. He turned Primal Scream on to acid house, paving the way for Screamdelica; and his label, Creation, released some of the greatest British (and Irish) music of the 1980s and 1990s.

'Having a Bolshevik moody outspoken granny is good fun'

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ONE OF the most enjoyable shows I have seen this year was Brú Theatre’s Selvage, written and performed by James Riordan and first staged in The Mick Lally Theatre in March. Selvage now returns to the Town Hall Theatre for one night only, on Tuesday November 26.

Fran McCann's jazz inspired take on life

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GOING PLACES, whether metaphorically, thematically, or stylistically, is the theme of That Other Life, the new exhibition by Fran McCann, which opens this week in The Kenny Gallery.

Queen’s College, Galway/UCG/NUIG, one hundred and seventy years

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The history of Galway as an educational centre dates from the close of the Middle Ages. The Free School of Galway became so celebrated for its classical learning that it had more than 1,200 students from all over the country attending its courses under Alexander Lynch in 1615, when it was suppressed by King James I.

Delving into magic with TULCA

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Tomorrow evening, Friday, November 1, sees the launch of the 17th TULCA Festival of Visual Arts at the Festival Gallery in William Street, formerly An Post’s sorting office.

Comedy Carnival - laughter in the Eyre in spite of Brexit

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THE BIGGEST Vodafone Comedy Carnival Galway to date just might have been the most memorable, with routines, views, and actions that delighted audiences over the last weekend, and the memory of which will keep up giggling for some time yet.

Moycullen needs to secure home win when Lions visit

Moycullen are back at home this weekend hoping to get their Super League basketball season back on track when they welcome bottom-of-the-table Dublin Lions to the NUI Galway Kingfisher Gym for a 3pm clash on Monday afternoon.

 

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