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Tomorrow evening in Croke Park, if all things go to plan, Darren Coen will be standing half-way up the Hogan Stand looking out on the field of the greatest victory of his club's history. Does he have a speech written ready for that moment? No, Coen will be shooting from the hip like he has on the field this season and in his speeches after wins in Mayo and Connacht. "No I won't think about that, I got a bit of slagging about my speeches already this year, they might have been a bit off the cuff, but look I won't change the routine, whatever comes out will come out, and hopefully I'll get the chance to go up the steps and relish it, and it'll be a dream come true, but it's all about winning at the end of the day as a team," he told the Mayo Advertiser last week.
Galway’s dismal record in electing only two woman to Dáil Éireann since the foundation of the State, has prompted Women for Election to call on voters in all three Galway constituencies to support female candidates this time around.
Long-time Athlone Town supporter, Joe Cassidy, is embarking on an interesting fundraiser for the Midlanders ahead of the SSE Airtricity League First Division season.
Know your audience, understand your data, and take advantage of the immediacy and engagement of video as a marketing tool were among the main messages at the second annual OMiG Digital Summit, which took place in the city last week.
This afternoon (Thursday) will see Galway’s biggest marketing event get under way in the Radisson Blu Hotel. Online Marketing in Galway’s Digital Summit is bringing experts from the fields of content marketing, analytics, and social media marketing to the city for an evening of insights and information.
Teenagers can learn how to be confident speaking in public, be assertive and be proficient at debating at a new course being run in the city.
Have you thought about a career in the music industry? To set you on the right path, the Athlone Institute of Technology is offering a Level 6 Higher Certificate in business with music and instrument technology (MAIT). This dynamic and diverse two year programme brings business principles to audio engineers, instrument makers, and budding entrepreneurs.
Searches are continuing around Galway city for missing student Michael Bugler. The Ennis native, who is a studying law at NUI Galway, has been missing since the early hours of last Friday morning. The 20 year old was last seen walking near his home in The Claddagh at 1am after he left the Quay’s Bar. CCTV footage tracks him as far as passing the Claddagh Church as he appears to be on his way home to Fairhill Road.
Statistics released by the Central Statistics Office have revealed that 408 burglaries were recorded in the Westmeath Garda division in the 12 months up to the end of September, 2015.
This Friday the team at the Prince Bar are waiting patiently for Bluemoose to take to the stage this Friday, December 11.