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With so many people spending more time inside over the past few weeks and for weeks to come, now is a great time to get some reading done and there are a number of great sports books out there - many of them with a Mayo twist - that you can get your teeth stuck into - as well as some others from around the world of sport worth getting stuck into.
We are living in a changed, changed world. I wonder will it ever come back to normal again? I doubt it, because I think we have all changed in so many ways since coronavirus hit us and continues to hit us and to change our lives.
‘All For me Grog’, a celebration in story and songs of The Dubliners, originally due to take place on Friday, March 20, in Roscommon Arts Centre, has been rescheduled to Friday, September 11.
Hotels and guesthouses in Mayo are seeking the urgent support of local TDs to help save Irish tourism and secure the livelihoods of thousands of people employed across the country.
Prior to the coronavirus restrictions, Insider had been attending the An Bord Pleanála oral hearings at the g Hotel, examining evidence, for and against, the building a new city bypass. However, due to the coronavirus, the hearings have ben postponed until at least April 8.
A total of 12 confirmed cases of Covid-19 have been recorded in Galway to date, according to statistics released by the HSE yesterday evening. The news came as the executive rolled out plans to substantially increase the number of tests and testing centres available nationally.
I suppose we’re all living in the one land now, which is dominated by coronavirus.
Corinthians gained a valuable 24-8 win over Connacht rivals Sligo to keep their promotion hopes alive in this year's AIB League division 2B.
Galway Ladies have gone top of the division one table thanks to a facile 1-12 to 0-4 win over Tipperary, and Cork’s surprise loss to Donegal at the weekend.
Fourth-quarter goals by Conor Whelan and Cathal Mannion helped a resurgent Galway overturn an eight-point first half deficit to end Tipperary’s involvement in the National League in front of a crowd of 5,750 enthralled spectators on yet another horrible afternoon weather-wise for sport in the west.