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Athlone Town AFC partners with Valeo Futbol to host college soccer showcase and ID camp

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Athlone Town AFC, in partnership with Valeo Futbol and Caribbean Premier Showcase, proudly announces the Valeo Athlone College Soccer Showcase and ID Camp, set to take place at the Athlone Town Stadium on May 25 and 26, from 9am to 4pm.

Luminosa bringing light out of darkness

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The latest radiant concert from Galway’s own orchestra, Luminosa, began with late evening sun still streaming through the windows into St Nicholas’s Church. It seemed a fitting metaphor to illuminate the latest in their concert series, bláthú, flourishing with the coming of spring.

Making the 'unrelatable, relatable' with Tom Houghton

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The 'ultra-privileged master of making the seemingly unrelatable, relatable', the Honourable Tom Houghton brings his 'It's not Ideal' tour to Róisín Dubh on Friday, April 26.

Buena Vista Social Club star in Headford

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Singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Joachim Cooder will perform at Campbell’s Tavern in Headford on Tuesday, April 30.

Galway software innovator Ordorite partners with Shipster to transform ecommerce and retail logistics

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Irish software innovator Ordorite has announced a strategic partnership with Shipster to transform e-commerce and retail logistics in the furniture and soft furnishings sector.

Secure your dream USA summer - final call for USIT’s Camp USA 2024 applications

Young people aspiring for a memorable summer in the USA should apply for USIT’s 2024 Camp USA Programme by midnight on Monday, April 15, to secure their ideal camp placement in time.

Renowned Connemara shellfish business “musseling” in for growth following investment supported by BIM

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A renowned Connemara shellfish business is poised for growth and increased efficiencies following an investment in a new packaging and labelling machine supported by Bord Iascaigh Mhara (BIM).

University of Galway launches Imirce database of Irish-American emigrant letters

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University of Galway has launched Imirce, a digital repository of thousands of Irish emigrant letters and memoirs dating from the late 1600s through to the mid-20th century.

How one family's journey 'From Briarhill to Brooklyn' inspired a novel

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Nearly two centuries after the Bodkin family embarked on their famine era journey to the United States, their descendent Jack Bodkin returned to Briarhill, driven by the desire to find the ancestral family home. In this article, Bodkin recounts the experience, his connection to the area and how his family's story inspired his novel, 'Briarhill to Brooklyn'.

Annual Phil Lynott Remembrance Night at Monroe’s Live

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In 1972, Thin Lizzy catapulted to fame with the release of ‘Whiskey in the Jar,’ marking the onset of a career that would etch their name among Ireland's foremost bands.


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