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New-look hurling panel

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Manager Shane O'Neill has made a handful of changes to the Galway senior hurling panel in advance of the 2021 National Hurling League.

Galway’s heroic attempt to get into the transatlantic business

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Reading through William Henry’s comprehensive digest of the story of Galway * from its original foundation on the banks of the Corrib to the present day, I am reminded that there was an extraordinary burst of optimism and creative energy in the middle of the 19th century despite the ravages of the Great Famine barely a decade before.

Mayo Sports Partnership wins inclusion award

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Throughout 2020, Cara - the national body for Sports Inclusion - has been successfully piloting the Xcessible Local Sports Partnership (LSP) / National Governing Body (NGB) Bronze Award with the following seven organisations; Basketball Ireland, Swim Ireland, Badminton Ireland, Cycling Ireland, Mayo Sports Partnership, Clare Sports Partnership and Kildare Sports Partnership.

Specsavers Athlone advises health focused resolutions for new year

Each year, January marks a fresh start, with a renewed focus on health and wellbeing.

How to take 20/20 vision into 2021

Every year, January marks a fresh start, with a renewed focus on our health and wellbeing. We all hope the challenges of 2020 will soon be behind us, and now is the time to shake off some of the bad habits acquired during periods of lockdown. Specsavers has advice for those who have not given their vision and hearing health the care it needs during the last few months.

Moate Golf Club host historic online management AGM

A landmark occasion for Moate Golf Club occurred on Sunday evening when the management committee AGM proceeded within the virtual realm via the medium of Zoom.

A writer comes for Christmas 1945

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Back in Connemara for Christmas, which she insisted on calling Christ Mass, Ethel Mannin opens the door of her little cottage, located between Roundstone and Clifden, close to Mannin Bay. She has been away for some time. She lights fires in all three rooms, to drive away the musty smell and damp, and soon she is comfortable sitting by the window looking out at the sea, the mountains beyond. She was back to stay until restlessness, or some political challenge, calls her away again.

Athlone Community College students embrace historic realm of space

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EI1ISS (Echo India One India Sierra Sierra) do you copy, Athlone Community College calling, over

City council bring Christmas gift of lights to Cappagh

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Galway City Council played Santa last week as they turned on the floodlights at Cappagh Park astro pitch which will enable children to use the facility for much longer than had been the case.

Grant of €1.3m approved for Ireland West Airport Knock

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Ireland West Airport is to receive €1,353,859 in grant aid towards the operating costs of the airport under the Government's Regional Airports Programme.

 

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