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Galwegians win

Galwegians will hope they have turned the corner after grabbing a second win on the trot in the Ulster Bank League division 2A when edging high-flyers Nenagh Ormond at Crowley Park by 16-14.

Galway hold Mayo at bay in Salthill

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When these two sides come face to face on May 13 in Castlebar if there are half as many talking points as in this game, the paying punters will have got their monies worth.

Galwegians to take leading roles in Social Democrats

Galway based members of the Social Democrats have been elected to leading positions within the party, following the party’s national conference in Dún Laoghaire last weekend.

Galwegians take leading roles in Social Democrats

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Galway based members of the Social Democrats have been elected to leading positions within the party, following the party's national conference in Dún Laoghaire last weekend.

Buccaneers Seconds battle the elements to defeat Galwegians

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Buccaneers Seconds earned a vital 10-3 Connacht Junior League Division 1A victory over their Galwegians counterparts at wet and windy Crowley Park, Glenina, on Saturday.

Ballinasloe and Willow Park exit FAI Junior Cup

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There was no luck for the two local teams still remaining in the FAI Junior Cup as both Willow Park and Ballinasloe Town exited in the sixth round.

Paintings of Galway by Galwegians

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GALWAY, ITS landscape and historic buildings, are the theme for a new exhibition, featuring work by students of the artist Jim Kavanagh, currently running at the Town Hall Theatre gallery.

Imelda May - Salthill bound

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FOR THE first time since her dramatic reinvention - ditching the rockabilly queen image for a sultry, black clad, look - Imelda May plays Galway, with a concert taking place next week.

Buccs Seconds make short work of Galwegians

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Buccaneers 29 0 Galwegians

Almost 20 per cent of Galwegians identify as non-Irish

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A total of 18.6 per cent of people living in Galway identify as “non-Irish” according the Migration and Diversity report, published by The Central Statistics Office, making Galway possibly the most multicultural city in Ireland.

 

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