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The greatest movie cars

James Bond's Aston Martin DB5 is the greatest movie car of all time, according to research.

Galway's Paul Kelly shines for Ireland basketball

Moycullen basketball star Paul Kelly is one of the shining lights for the Ireland U18 men's team this week.

Get the best out of your outdoor spaces this summer

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We all hope to be spending more time in the garden very soon, or even on the balcony if we have one!

Druid announces two new appointments to board

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The Board of Druid recently announced two exciting additions to the Board, recently retired Irish senior diplomat and trailblazer Anne Anderson and business doyenne and innovator Helen Ryan.

The new Megane Renault Sport breaks cover in Monaco

The public were given a chance recently to see the new Megan Renault Sport on Monaco’s famous Grand Prix street circuit, driven by Renault Sport F1 Team driver Nico Hülkenberg.

All-new Mégane Renault Sport breaks cover in Monaco

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The public got a chance at the weekend to see the new Mégane Renault Sport on Monaco’s famous Grand Prix street circuit, driven by Renault Sport F1 Team driver Nico Hülkenberg.

From the peloton....Day Six

The hilliest of all the stages of the race, with a whopping 7 categorised climbs on the course, and plenty of heated wind to hurt every man in the field. The stage started as every Rás stage does, incredibly fast. Every stage I’ve been in so far there has been a crash, and I saw a real nasty one today, two riders hit against each other, one headed for the ditch, the other into the air and landed on his back side and slid for about 10 meters, it must have felt like an eternity for him. I saw the crash on the edge of my eye, about 2 meters away from me, we were going about 60 kmph. Anyway, back to the stage. I felt good during the stage, and when we hit the main climb of the day, the fearsome Glengesh, I felt good and pressed on. I got into a rhythm, and found myself in a strong group of riders.

Fred Johnston to give creative writing classes

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THE POET, author, and critic Fred Johnston will give a creative writing course, for those interested in writing poetry or prose, in NUI Galway, starting Monday October 3.

 

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