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Forty-five years on and still delivering

The Galway Advertiser celebrates its 45th birthday today, April 16, 2015. The paper first appeared on April 16, 1970 - an eight-page edition with a print run of 7,000.

Niagara Falls light show for inaugural Mayo Day

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A Kiltimagh man and a New York politician with strong links to Westport are hoping to light up one of the world’s best known landmarks - Niagara Falls - in green and red for the first Mayo Day celebrations on May 2.

Get Boogie!

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GET BOOGIE! is back tomorrow night in Factory, Abbeygate Street, for a collaborative gig weekend with east coast crew Drank.

Gaeltacht areas experiencing consistent employment growth - Kyne

Gaeltacht areas are experiencing consistent employment growth and the focus of this Government is to see that continue, according to Fine Gael TD for Galway West, Sean Kyne.

Hundreds claim cars destroyed by contaminated fuel

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A major Garda investigation is now under way in Mayo into a suspected contaminated fuel crisis and the matter has been raised in the Dáil.

Hundreds claim cars destroyed by contaminated fuel

A major Garda investigation is now under way in Mayo into a suspected contaminated fuel crisis and the matter has been raised in the Dáil.

Hundreds attend public meeting on contaminated fuel

Hundreds of angry motorists attended a public meeting at the Gateway Hotel in Swinford tonight on the growing contaminated fuel issue.

From Brandon to Brooklyn

IT IS 1988 and all eyes are on the western skies. Wide-eyed, wild yet innocent, they watch the jetstream trails over Brandon Mountain. Soon they will be up there on one of the planes bound for a new life across the Atlantic. Big dreams, work hard, get rich, and someday maybe...if things get better they will come back home again.

From Brandon to Brooklyn

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IT IS 1988 and all eyes are on the western skies. Wide-eyed, wild yet innocent, they watch the jetstream trails over Brandon Mountain. Soon they will be up there on one of the planes bound for a new life across the Atlantic. Big dreams, work hard, get rich, and someday maybe...if things get better they will come back home again.

Galway man loses eight stone in one year to take part in the world’s longest ocean race

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A traffic engineer from Rahoon lost eight stone in one year after the tragic death of his best friend inspired him to get in shape, and fulfil his lifelong dream of competing in the Clipper Round the World Yacht Race, the world’s longest ocean race.

 

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