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In Meet the Maker this week, we meet Olive Gavin from The Hair Botique in Castlebar
FOREWARNED IS forearmed as they say, and if you are about to enter nightmare worlds which are the creation of a violent sociopath, or a corrupt corporation, or possibly both, an 'It'll be alright on the night' attitude is not advised.
Christmas is prime time for nostalgic memories to warm the hearts of the world-weary adults of Ireland; and little would bring more excitement on Christmas morning than opening the sitting room door to see that Santa, the legend, had left the newest games console under the tree.
Athlone Castle will host a special Halloween event, 'Rattling Bones and Tombstones - Storytelling and Puppetry' this Saturday, October 27.
The battle to avoid the drop to the Premier Division has gone right down to the wire this season.
Often maligned, rather unfairly, as a dog track overlooking a cemetery, the Galway Sportsground can now be the province’s “shining light”. Hardened fans love it just as it is, and former captain John Muldoon refused to contemplate moving big games elsewhere, but in many ways it is past its sell-by date, particularly since the game went professional.
Whenever a team finally makes it to the top of the pile, the inevitable questions will be asked of players the following season of how much hunger do they have to win a second title? How will their winning experiences stand to them? Have they taken their game to the next level?
A new grant package has been announced by Galway company West Coast Insulation, which can now offer customers a grant of €1,123 per property. This new grant covers a significant amount of the cost and West Coast Insulation is recommending homeowners take advantage of the new grant scheme now.
Kathleen B Curran, who began working for the Galway Harbour Board after she left school, would rise spectacularly through the ranks to become the combined Harbour Master and secretary to the Port Authority (an unheard of position for a woman in Ireland). She was intimately involved in all of the major events which the harbour witnessed during the latter part of the last century. But I am sure she took particular pleasure, as an Irish language enthusiast and a great admirer of the poet WB Yeats, when Galway was picked out to play a role in the great poet’s funeral.
Galway United manager Shane Keegan hopes the Tribesmen can deliver an improved performance against Cobh Ramblers in tomorrow’s SSE Airtricity League first division encounter at Eamonn Deacy Park (7.45pm).