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Irish businesses back Ireland’s Volvo entry

Just a week before the world’s greatest ocean race begins, Ireland’s entry, the Green Dragon, has been handed a major financial boost.

American fashion giant Tommy Hilfiger to visit his city store today

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Fashion giant Tommy Hilfiger will jet into Galway today (Thursday) to host a public signing session at his city shop.

Cleere thinking

What’s the biggest grossing film ever in the UK? It’s not Lord Of The Rings, Titanic or Harry Potter.

Be dressed for the Dragon

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Official Green Dragon merchandise is now on sale in advance of the Volvo Ocean Race arriving in Galway next May.

Salzburg with Castle Travel

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Encircled by mountains and straddling the river Salzach, this beautiful Austrian city has a dramatic setting that matches its own baroque splendour. With its Alpine surroundings and historic centre that was listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site in 1997, Salzburg really is just as lovely as the city portrayed in The Sound of Music.

No info yet on Ericsson job cuts in Athlone

Ericssons, the Swedish electronics firm which has had a presence in Athlone for nearly 30 years, has refused to release any details whether there will be any job losses amongst the 400 staff at its Blyry campus as part of the 5,000 job losses worldwide announced by the company yesterday (January 22).

Cameron calls on City Hall to end Veolia contract

City Hall should not renew its contract with Veolia given the company’s involvement with controversial projects in Israel and the arrears in its collection of water service charges in Galway.

Russia had its eye on Galway

If anyone thought that all a country need do to preserve its freedom when its neighbours are at war is to proclaim its neutrality, then they have only to look hard at what happened to several European countries at the beginning of World War II. Ladies and gentleman of the whinge brigade, neutrality isn’t worth the paper it’s written on.

The Datsuns - around the world with rock’n’roll

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THEY NAMED themselves after a Japanese car. They play rock’n’roll, but also new wave and psychedelica. They’re from New Zealand but strangely don’t follow rugby. They are The Datsuns.

Swedish midfielder flies in for Paddy’s Day Celtic clash

Celtic fans in Galway have something to get excited about this week as some of the biggest names in the club’s history have been announced for the St Patrick’s Day squad coming to Terryland Park next month.


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