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Galway United return to SSE Airtricity League first division action at Eamonn Deacy Park when hosting Longford Town on Friday evening (7.45pm).
Hi, I'm Morgan O Callaghan. I am a born and bred Galwegian, a happy one at that. I'm a transport enthusiast and I've been interested in the Bus and coach industry for as long as I can remember. Ever since I was a young boy I can always remember being fascinated by the bus and coach industry. My obsession as some people would call it, lead to me knowing every driver working for a bus company in Galway. It's only in the last few years I've realised where my passion and love for this industry was taking me. I always wanted to be physically involved in the ''ins and the outs'' of this industry which didn't go down well with ex-girlfriends, who thought I was a freak!
The ten day Shannon Boat Rally successfully culminated at the weekend with the Warren family from the Erne winning the premier award.
Sponsored by Athlone Towncentre, 'Friday's Most Stylish' award was won by Caitriona Coyle from Killeigh in county Offaly.
To Gaze Upon Us is the love child of Sharpe and O'Connor because that is as physical as it is getting. They made their debut in April of 2015 in the Róisín Dubh in the run up to the Marriage Equality vote, and now they are back. On August 16, Steven Sharpe and Katie O'Connor bring their out and proud act to the Róisín Dubh.
John Quinn has just brought to the market No 207 Boireann Bheag, Roscam, which he describes as a truly outstanding two bedroom ground floor apartment.
John Quinn has been favoured with instructions to offer for sale a wonderful city property known as Alcantara, No 48 College Road, Galway.
My name is Leanne Coyle, I'm 22 years old. I'm a photographer and before Christmas, decided I wanted to start a project that would be of meaning. I've spent so long taking pictures that carried little or no meaning, I decided it was time to change that.
What lengths will you go to chasing a dream? For generations of footballers from the barony of Erris the trek up and down the road to Castlebar and other venues around the county for training has been a grueling one they have traversed many times for the honour of wearing the green and red.
On a recent tour of the Longford/Westmeath constituency, Sinn Fein leader, Mary Lou McDonald allowed for a number of hours in Athlone where she met with a number of local community groups and organisations.