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Athlone Town succumb to defeat as Galway United prove too strong in Eamonn Deacy Park


Shannonside Cycling Club cyclists achieve scoring returns in Midlands Interclub League

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Thursday, April 28, brought the first road race of the Midlands Interclub League, on a Castledaly circuit, Padraig Cooke, Martin Kennedy, Conor Quilty and Giles Byford being the local riders who got into the scoring positions. Thanks to Lynx CC for such an excellently marshalled event.

United crush Bray with ninth successive win

Galway United made the biggest statement of their 2023 campaign with an emphatic 6-0 win over Bray Wanderers in Eamonn Deacy Park on Friday night.

TUS researchers to showcase wealth of projects during inaugural research week

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Researchers at the Technological University of the Shannon (TUS) will unveil a series of research projects for the very first time at the inaugural TUS Research Week.

Athlone Town succumb to stern Galway United challenge as visitors maintain fine form

Despite opening the scoring, Athlone Town succumbed to the challenge of western rivals, Galway United, in Lissywollen on Friday night, the visitors claiming their seventh consecutive league win in the process.

From trams to buses

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When the Galway-Salthill Tramway ceased trading in 1918, it caused a problem for locals who had been using the service as public transport so a group of local businessmen came together on April 5, 1919 to register The Galway General Omnibus Company Limited as a public company. The directors were Thomas McDonough, Joe Young, Robert Mackie, Michael Crowley, Philip O’Gorman, Martin Hynes and Martin Finan. John Leech was the secretary and Joseph Garvey the manager.

Titans leave fightback too late

Garvey’s Tralee Warriors survived a late Titans' fightback before eventually defeating the Galway outfit 71-65 to win the U20 Men’s National League final.

‘A man ran shouting: Lord Cavendish and Burke are killed..’

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The Maamtrasna Murders happened at a time of deep unrest in Ireland. Three years previously, the most effective protest against the insidious landlord domination of the vast majority of the Irish people found expression in the Land League. It was established on October 21 1879, in the Imperial Hotel, Castlebar, by a former Fenian prisoner Michael Davitt. In a sweeping revolutionary statement, the League proclaimed the right of every tenant farmer to own the land he worked on. Because of the abuses heaped on tenants by some landlords, it had an immediate impact.

The importance of a sinking fund in an owners’ management company

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The Multi Unit Development Act, 2011, commonly referred to as the MUD Act, introduced a framework to regularise private developments where owners’ management companies (OMC) operate. These developments typically include apartments and other residential units but may include some commercial property.


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