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Grandmother jailed for role in fraud that targeted Galway jewellers

A UK grandmother has been jailed for one year for her role in a gang of fraudsters who travelled to Ireland on weekends to buy high value items using fake credit cards.

Buccs chase promotion at home to Dolphin

It is top against bottom as Buccaneers and Dolphin battle for precious Ulster Bank League points at Dubarry Park on Saturday next. Kick off for this key Division 1B match in Athlone is 2.30pm.

The Big Fellow takes to the stage

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The Big Fellow is an exciting, energetic, and highly acclaimed drama based on Frank O’Connor’s biography of Michael Collins, Co-Motion Media presents The Big Fellow by Declan Gorman at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Tuesday February 14 and Wednesday February 15 at 8pm. 

A funded convention bureau in Galway will generate a million a month

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It really seems to be a no-brainer. Galway is being left behind in attracting convention and conference business to the west, because of the lack of a funded convention bureau in the city.

Pillar House spring folk schedule

The Pillar House Folk Club in Ballinasloe has released its spring schedule for the venue, announcing some great upcoming Friday gigs.

Driving home for Christmas, a journey of great joy

The most enjoyable journey of the year is fast approaching, according to a recent survey carried out by Enterprise Rent-A-Car.

The Three Tenors to play Ss Peter and Paul’s Church

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The Three Tenors bring their highly rated show to Ss Peter and Paul's Church, Athlone, on Sunday, December 18, at 8pm.

Finding opportunities to grow at MEETWEST 2016

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The West of Ireland’s largest business networking event, MEETWEST, took place last Thursday and Friday in Mayo with hundreds of delegates attending.

Finding opportunities to grow at MeetWest 2016

The West of Ireland’s largest business networking event, MeetWest, took place last Thursday and Friday in Mayo with hundreds of delegates attending.

St Michael’s GAA Club, sixty years

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St Michael’s Club was formed in 1956 after Galway won the All-Ireland football final. The first AGM was held in Tom Connolly’s house in Lower Shantalla Road, and they played their first game in 1957. Among those who founded the club were Pa Boyle (whose brainchild it was), Mick O’Toole, John Duignan, Mick Higgins, Liam Cunningham, and Sergeant O’Toole. They started as a dual club, but after a few years they concentrated solely on football.

 

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