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The winners of the IPB Pride of Place Awards in association with Co-operation Ireland were announced last night at a gala awards ceremony in Letterkenny.
Celebrations are continuing in Salthill after its brand The Village Salthill won top prize at the national Irish Public Bodies Pride of Place Awards. It was successful in the category of Urban Neighbourhoods with a population of more than 2,000.
Clifden was among the winners at the Bank of Ireland National Enterprising Town Awards scooping a merit award prize at the recent awards presentation ceremony.
BLADE RUNNER 2049 is the sequel to 1982 classic Blade Runner. The 2049 is the year the sequel is set. So, don't worry, you haven’t missed Blade Runner the other 2047 sequels. Am I the first person to make that joke? Probably.
This football lark does not get any easier does it. The feeling of sick in the pit of my stomach the morning after an All-Ireland final is an all too familiar feeling now after Mayo suffered another agonising one point defeat to Dublin in another All-Ireland final. The margin of loss makes it even more difficult to take. The level of Mayo's performance makes it hard to comprehend they did not win the game. Every mistake and refereeing decision will be scrutinised and placed under the microscope for years to come.
As autumn approaches, local heart and stroke charity Croi is encouraging everyone to set some fitness goals of walking, jogging, or running by aiming to participate in the third annual Croí Galway Night Run on the Prom which takes place this year on Friday October 13 at 8pm and will once again be sponsored by Evergreen Healthfoods.
August is here, and the big competitions around the clubs of Mayo keep coming thick and fast and it was no different last weekend.
THE WRITER June Caldwell launches her debut short story collection, Room Little Darker, at the Over The Edge Writers’ Gathering, which takes place next week in the Kitchen Café of the Galway City Museum.
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.
Galway's Nicola Duncan claimed victory at the Connemara Ultra Marathon, storming home in the women's race in a time of 5hrs 1 minute.