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Café Temple, making coffee and making a positive impact on society

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Café Temple on Augustine St is not your average café. In some places where you sit down to relax and have a cup of coffee, you will feel like you are being rushed, just another customer on the conveyor belt, ready to be replaced by the next one. This is not the case at Café Temple.

Northern and Western Region named as European Entrepreneurial Region 2018

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The European Union has this week named Ireland’s Northern and Western region as European Entrepreneurial Region 2018, recognising the enormous strides the region has taken to foster entrepreneurship and arrest decades of economic decline.

'When we came to Galway the atmosphere was totally different to any other city in Ireland'

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The opening film in this year’s Galway Film Fleadh is Song Of Granite, an absorbing and lyrical portrait of legendary sean-nós singer Joe Heaney. It is directed by Pat Collins best known for his acclaimed documentaries on Michael Hartnett, John McGahern, Frank O’Connor, Gabriel Byrne, and Tim Robinson. While Song Of Granite is a feature film, it fits seamlessly into that body of work.

New tourism video features Aidan O’Shea, Lee Keegan, and Colm Boyle

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Mayo Gaelic footballers Aidan O’Shea, Lee Keegan, and Colm Boyle feature in a new tourism video released online this week. The video follows the players as they embark on a road trip along the Wild Atlantic Way in Mayo. It is the second production in the Wild Mayo series of five tourism films, commissioned by Mayo.ie. In the film, the three men revisit Belmullet, the location of a memorable training camp as part of the Mayo senior football team. They discuss their past experiences and visit some old familiar faces along the way.

Connacht hope to nail play-off with win over Edinburgh

It has been a poor couple of weeks for Connacht. Losses to Glasgow and Zebre have been compounded by the nature of the defeats - games which could have been won by the chances created. Now, however, Connacht need to show their true colours, and secure a play-off for next season's Champions Cup.

Choose The Snug this weekend

The Snug has a great line-up of live music and sports coverage to keep you entertained this weekend.

Connacht head to Italy to play catch-up

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This time last year Connacht were working their way to a first Guinness Pro 12 trophy and Champions Cup rugby. Twelve months later they are facing a possible play-off against the French or English to qualify again. It is hardly the position they expected to be in - certainly not returning to Parma to play Zebre in the refixed Pro 12 game this Saturday - when Irish eyes are in Thomond Park.

Connacht head to Italy to play catch-up

This time last year Connacht were working their way to a first Guinness Pro 12 trophy and Champions Cup rugby. Twelve months later they are facing a possible play-off against the French or English to qualify again. It is hardly the position they expected to be in - certainly not returning to Parma to play Zebre in the refixed Pro 12 game this Saturday - when Irish eyes are in Thomond Park.

Amazing Apples to headline The Snug

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Celebrated Galway band, Amazing Apples, will make a welcome return to The Snug on Friday, March 31, from 9pm. Do not miss the chance to see one of Ireland's hottest bands right on your doorstep.

Crunch time for Lam's Connacht

e on the line in this next block of four Guinness Pro 12 fixtures, starting on Saturday with an away fixture to Glasgow Warriors. And to make the task that more challenging for the title holders, it involves three away fixtures on the bounce, starting with the 2015 champions, and finishing with a home game against Leinster.

 

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