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Sam Lipsyte: Doulos, Dungeon Masters, and delusions

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One of the most endearing truths about Galway is its capacity for broadening minds and horizons.

Insurance industry no longer a faceless one, says Insurance Institute president

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The president of the Insurance Institute of Galway, Darragh Guinnane, will step down from his role at the end of the month after a successful year at the helm of the presitigious organisation.

Oliver Reed - Wild Thing

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THE HELLRAISING life and times of Oliver Reed are vividly brought to life in acclaimed Oliver Reed – Wild Thing which comes to the Town Hall Theatre on Thursday May 2 at 8pm.

Horse tips raise €1,000 for South Westmeath Hospice

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Editor of Star Sunday Des Gibson, sports journalist Cathal Dervan, and Paddy Power from Paddy Power Bookmakers used their horsey know-how to raise €1,000 for the South Westmeath Hospice recently.

Lloyd Cole’s passion for golf, music, and being amusing

LLOYD COLE first came to attention in the 1980s with his band The Commotions, with whom he enjoyed hit singles like ‘Brand New Friend’, ‘Lost Weekend’, and ‘Are You Ready To Be Heartbroken?’. In the 1990s he disbanded the group and embarked on a successful solo career in America.

From the pitch to the airwaves

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Switch on your television this summer and if you tune into the RTÉ News any week there is championship action and you are sure to be see the face or hear the voice of a Mayo man. Last year Kilmaine native Jonathan Mullin was appointed RTÉ News first ever GAA correspondent, and he took some time out to speak about his love for the games and where he sees the association going forward in the next few years.

The Cats top off memorable season by claiming ‘South East Sports Personality of the Year’ award

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Kilkenny's all conquering senior hurlers were “Top Cats” in the Beat 102-103/Talbot Hotel Carlow South East Sports Personality of the Year awards.

From the pitch to the airwaves

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Switch on your television this summer and if you tune into the RTÉ News any week there is championship action and you are sure to be see the face or hear the voice of a Mayo man. Last year Kilmaine native Jonathan Mullin was appointed RTÉ News first ever GAA correspondent, and he took some time out to speak about his love for the games and where he sees the association going forward in the next few years.

From the pitch to the airwaves

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Switch on your television this summer and if you tune into the RTÉ News any week there is championship action and you are sure to be see the face or hear the voice of a Mayo man. Last year Kilmaine native Jonathan Mullin was appointed RTÉ News first ever GAA correspondent, and he took some time out to speak about his love for the games and where he sees the association going forward in the next few years.

From the pitch to the airwaves

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Switch on your television this summer and if you tune into the RTÉ News any week there is championship action and you are sure to be see the face or hear the voice of a Mayo man. Last year Kilmaine native Jonathan Mullin was appointed RTÉ News first ever GAA correspondent, and he took some time out to speak about his love for the games and where he sees the association going forward in the next few years.

 

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