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Mervue’s underage treble

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Successful season: Mervue United’s underage teams collected three cups in Milebush, Castlebar - a first time for the club to win all three in one season.

Man being questioned in relation to Mervue fatal assault released without charge

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A man in his 60s arrested as part of the investigation into a fatal assault in Mervue yesterday (Sunday) has been released without charge.

1916 Rising memorial to be unveiled in Mervue

A memorial in honour of the leaders of the 1916 Rising, and featuring the Proclamation, will be unveiled in Mervue, between McDonagh Avenue and Clarke Avenue, on Wednesday December 7 at 1pm.

Old Mervue has it all

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It not difficult to see why Old Mervue has become so popular with first time buyers and investors, as this mature residential estate still remains affordable despite its convenience to the city centre, proximity to shopping centres and of some of Galway’s largest employers, with Boston Scientific, Hewlett Packard, and Thermo King on the doorstep.

Old Mervue has it all

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It not difficult to see why Old Mervue has become so popular with first time buyers and investors, as this mature residential estate still remains affordable despite its convenience to the city centre, proximity to shopping centres and of some of Galway’s largest employers, with Boston Scientific, Hewlett Packard, and Thermo King on the doorstep.

Mervue Lunch Club is thinking ahead with workshop

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How many times have you talked about planning for your later years but never get around to doing anything about it?

Galway women host newcomers

Eamonn Deacy Park will host the first visit of Kilkenny United WFC on Saturday (7.30pm) for their Continental Tyres Women’s National League clash with Galway.

Galway WFC back in action against Cork

Galway Women’s FC return to action after a two-week break and take on Cork City on Saturday (7.30pm).

Terryland Park

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In ancient times, Galway was known as Streamstown because the lower Galway River divided into many streams, thus creating a system of islands. The area was known as ‘Tír Oileáin’, the land of islands. Two place names survive from that period, Tirellan and Terryland.

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