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5K series gets off to searing start

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The first two races in the Mayo AC Vodafone C&C Cellular 5km Summer Series took place over the past few days with races in Foxford and Ballyhaunis. In the first race in the series in Foxford there were 160 competitors taking part. 

Waves - paying homage to pioneering Australian women

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AUSTRALIAN SWIMMER Elizabeth Moncello was the unofficial inventor of the butterfly stroke. She had a watertight reason for learning to swim and watching schools of fish, penguins, and other amphibian friends taught her how.

A whole new dining experience in Galway...

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Rak Thai is a relaxed and contemporary styled restaurant inspired by the elegance of traditional Thai cuisine.

Supermac’s Move Into The Fast Lane

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We are confident that we have designed a car that is fast, competitive and Irish so we can take our place at the top table again -Pat McDonagh

Blue Teapot to host fantastic fundraising event in Eye Cinema, g Hotel & Town Hall Theatre

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EVENT 1 – MATINEE SCREENING

Experience that red carpet feeling at the Blue Teapot Gala Fundraiser

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The EYE Cinema will get a taste of Hollywood for one night only pre-general release on March 31, as Sanctuary premieres in Galway to raise funds for a new theatre for Blue Teapot.

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Gardai seek witnesses to city collision

Portwest acquires major Australian workwear business in €7.5 million deal

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Leading Westport based clothing and personal protective equipment (PPE) manufacturer Portwest Limited has acquired Melbourne company Prime Mover Workwear for a sum in excess of €7.5 million. This is a significant step in Portwest’s strategic geographical expansion across the globe and similar acquisitions in other areas are anticipated. Owned by brothers Cathal, Harry and Owen Hughes, Portwest confidently expect turnover to reach €350 million by 2020, consolidating its position as the fastest growing workwear company in the world.

More than eighty Galway girls emigrated on the ‘Earl Grey Scheme’

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Between 1848 and 1850 more than 4,000 adolescent female orphans emigrated from Irish workhouses to the Australian colonies arriving in Sydney, Melbourne, and Adelaide. Their emigration become known as the ‘Earl Grey Scheme’ after its principle architect, Earl Grey, Secretary of State for the Colonies at the time of the Great Famine, suggested the move, and organised its operation.

The 'miraculous' Oh Pep! to play Róisín Dubh

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OH PEP! play "faultless folk-rock," according to Rolling Stone, that is "filled with magic," say NPR Music, and which Consequence Of Sound has described as "pop at its most kinetic”. Galway will find out why next week.

 

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