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Mind those valuables when you park

Following a small number of thefts in the Mullingar area, Sergeant John Connolly, Crime Prevention Officer for the Westmeath Division, has issued a timely reminder to motorists to ensure that they do not leave items of value visible in their cars when parked, particularly at public carparks, bus/train stations, and graveyards.

Niall Connolly to launch new album in Róisín Dubh

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NIALL CONNOLLY, hailed by New York’s Death and Taxes as “being at the head of a new breed of politically engaged eloquent singer-songwriters” is coming to Galway.

Connolly calls for second home levy on developers

A national campaign is needed to pressurise the Government into getting developers and landlords, who lease their homes to city and council councils, to pay a second home levy.

Quiet Man pub patrons had pints after close

The licensee of Pat Cohan’s Pub, Cong — which is better known as the Quiet Man pub — was before Ballinrobe District Court last week for permitting people on the premises after closing time.

Declan Sinnott to play The Crane

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THE CRANE Bar on Sea Road has a feast of great gigs coming up over the next week with performances from Niall Connolly, Danny Meehan, John Carty, and Declan Sinnott.

Lowly Colga earn vital three points

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Can Oliver’s Army help Crowe survive ‘The Group of Death’?

Cllr John Connolly and Ollie Crowe are the Fianna Fáil candidates for Galway City Central, a ward which rivals Galway City East for competitiveness and which has been rightly dubbed ‘The Group of Death’. Only one of them will survive the Local Election on June 5.

Kilkenny man short-listed for Entrepreneur Award

A Kilkenny businessman has been nominated for a prestigious Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award, 2009.

Pat’s march on in FAI Junior Cup

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Quinn is confident he will be FF’s man

While Fianna Fáil has yet to find a running mate for Peter Keane in Galway City West, the main attention of Fianna Fáilers and Galway political anoraks is focused on who the party will choose in Galway City Central.

 

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