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Hopes are high Galway’s postponed Connacht FBD League clash with Sligo will go ahead on Sunday in Tuam Stadium.
Situated on the main Galway/Spiddal road, Aisling is positioned on a lovely elevated site with great views of Galway Bay and Clare Hills, two minutes from Barna village, schools, shops, and church, with easy access to Salthill and the city centre.
Connacht’s season could hinge on tonight’s big clash with French side Montpellier at the Galway Sportsground (7pm). A victory for either side would ensure a top pool position and a Quarter-Final in this year’s revamped Amlin Challenge Cup competition; a defeat for Connacht would consign them to their constant struggle at the bottom of the Magners League. To top the pool - the first time since 1998 - and bag a Quarter-Final spot would provide Connacht with a home fixture against one of the best Heineken Cup sides in Europe. It is a massive incentive and would also give them some much-needed momentum to take them through the next couple of months.
So the snow and ice seems to have finally left us and depending on the weather over the weekend, the three remaining Mayo clubs left in the competition will go looking to make it past the first round proper. Ballinrobe, Ballyhaunis, and Westport all bowed out of the cup at the preliminary stage before Christmas. So Ballina, Castlebar, and border club Corrib are all left in the competition with a shout.
The Galway Bay Hotel’s wedding co-ordination team invite you to join them on Thursday January 28 at 7pm for an extremely exciting wedding fashion event. The Galway Bay Hotel in association with Brown Thomas and Eileen Boulger Couture Bridal will be showcasing the most beautiful designs that will guarantee you lots of fabulous ideas for your day.
There was good news on the jobs front this week with the announcement that StreamServe Inc, a leading provider of business communications solutions, is to set up its Irish operations in Galway thereby creating 20 jobs.
A total of 20,264 people used the Galway City Council’s park and ride service over the Christmas period, an increase of 2,042 people from last year.
Dust off those ra ra skirts and legwarmers and head into The Dail Bar on Friday January 22 for the launch of the all new Flashback Fridays. Join Galway Bay FM DJ Padraic Flaherty as he plays the very best in music from everyones favourite decade — the 1980s.
Vacant and disused buildings around Galway city should not be allowed to lie empty and idle. Instead they could be transformed into temporary art galleries and exhibition spaces.