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Athlone Film Club presents ‘Halloween’

Are you in for a real fright?

'If kids learn empathy they do better academically'

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The modern world is full of fraught trials for children and young people, ranging across issues like exam pressure, bullying, poverty, homelessness, radicalisation, suicidal impulses, and the impact of social media.

Riding side-saddle, and other French tales

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I do not know the statistics, but I feel sure that the greatest number of our continental visitors come from France. During the summer you hear and see a lot of French people clutching maps of our small city, wandering about in groups; or lines of young students talking and gesturing happily among themselves, not paying the least attention to their guide. The French are not operatic like the Italians. They share beautiful sounding words; but the face is serious. I feel there is something of Old Europe in the French language.

Ireland stars Houghton, Whelan and McGrath to star in game to benefit local football

The clocks might very well be going forward, but at Eamonn Deacy Park in the coming days, soccer fans will have cause to go back in time as Galway United’s home turf is set to host some of the biggest stars that have ever graced Irish soccer history. when a star-studded Republic of Ireland Masters squad will take on a select Galway Legends outfit on the afternoon of April 8 in an effort to raise funds for grassroots football across the county.

Lock Doctor — here to solve all your key decisions

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Lock Doctor, a business created in the height of the recession, has grown into Ireland’s largest firm of locksmiths and has franchises around the country. Now brothers Tommy and Michael Dillon have brought this buisness to Galway.

Claregalway heroes

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In the years following the establishment of the Defence Forces, various classes of Army Reserves were experimented with between 1927 and 1939. In May 1927, a Class A Reserve was formed consisting of NCOs and men transferred to the Reserve. In January 1928, a Class B Reserve was set up with the object of building up the infantry arm of the Defence Forces. One joined voluntarily, but in doing so, committed to three months initial training and one month’s annual training thereafter. This group had practically ceased to exist by 1934.

Locked on — brothers find the key to success in Galway

Lock Doctor, a business created in the height of the recession, has grown into Ireland’s largest firm of locksmiths and has franchises around the country. Now brothers Tommy and Michael Dillon have brought this buisness to Galway.

Hats off to award-winning Corofin

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Caithriona King spent ages perfecting her drawing of the Liam McCarthy Cup. She included all the details, such as the Celtic design, on the coveted trophy for the All Ireland Hurling Championship winners.

'It would be nice to see more poems about carpenters or blocklayers'

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He is originally from Youghal, and now resides in France, but it was while living in Galway that Adam White first discovered his poetic voice at The Crane Bar, and he discovered true romance on Inishbofin.

Ballinasloe hurling cottage has been restored from ruination

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A cottage that housed a famous Galway hurling family in the late 19th century has been restored from a state of ruin and will be auctioned in the near future.

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