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A cold but peaceful start to the new year

I see President Donald Trump and his regular adversary, the Head of North Korea, Kim Jong Un, are at it again.

Keegan continues to assemble his new-look United squad

Galway United's new-look squad is coming together at pace with another three players added this week.

Goodison Park visit a dream come true for Francis Conmy

Local Everton FC fanatic, Francis Conmy has finally gotten to visit Goodison Park to see his beloved FC play.

Two local teams remain in the FAI Junior Cup

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There was a mixed bag of results for the four local teams still involved in the FAI Junior Cup, as just two survived last weekend's fixtures.

City centre home on the market

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Mullery auctioneers is currently offering for sale an exceptionally well located four bedroom semidetached residence, ideally situated on St Bridget’s Place in Galway city centre. St Bridget’s Place is located just off Prospect Hill. The superb location is adjacent to all conceivable services and amenities, including Galway Shopping Centre, Eyre Square, and Shop Street. NUIG and UHG are also located within easy walking distance.

Mourinho helps build his new Jaguar F-Type

José Mourinho made a surprise visit to Jaguar Land Rover’s factory in England (Solihull) to watch workers build his new car, the 100,000th F-Pace.

Corinthians hold Wegians to a draw

At a rainy and windswept Crowley Park on Friday night, Corinthians rode their luck to escape with a draw and remain ahead of their rivals Galwegians in the Ulster Bank League division 2A.

Positive weekend of results for Athlone’s U15 teams

 

Johnny Giles launches Specsavers Grandparent of the Year Award

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Legendary sports star, broadcaster and grandfather of eight, Johnny Giles, has launched this year’s Grandparent of the Year Award.

Grealish demands 'new initiatives' for city shops following M18 opening

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Shops and businesses in Galway city risk a major loss in trade, following the opening of the M18 Tuam to Gort motorway, which could see "thousands of shoppers going to Ennis and Limerick instead".

 

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