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Five years on, word of mouth has clients flocking to OxyGeneration
It is that time of year when sport is at its zenith, when on hardening pitches all around the country, people are running into each other at speed and suffering injuries that require healing. In other spheres, people are recovering from illness; from the treatment of that illness and suffering because of the slowness of that progress.
Caulfield is not under-estimating Athlone's challenge
A 3-0 win away to Treaty United on Friday was just reward for a ruthlessly efficient performance from a Galway United side that continues to build momentum in its title push.
Potholes cause up to half of windscreen chips
Potholes are the cause for nearly half of windscreen chips in the UK, according to new research from Autoglass.
Cunningham Autopoint – Galway’s premier car centre for sales and service
Cunningham Autopoint opened their brand-new purpose-built dealership facility in summer 2022 and continues to offer the Galway motorist the highest level of personal service for both car sales and service. Situated in Carnmore, just off exit 19 of the M6 Motorway, the premises is ideally located for ease of access from Galway City, Co Galway and further afield.
‘Honour of a lifetime’ as Brett appointed Athlone Town men’s first team head coach
Athlone Town has confirmed the appointment of former player, Gordon Brett, as men’s first team head coach.
43rd Galway Classic Motorcycle Rally to take place next week
Now in its 43rd year, this year’s Galway Classic Motorcycle Rally celebrates the Birmingham Small Arms Trade Association (BSA) brand bikes; The Gold Star and the Bantam, at the three day event that begins Friday, April 28.
Transition year: is it a good idea?
by Euan Palmer,
O’Donnellan & Joyce live stream auction takes place tomorrow
O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers' next auction is taking place tomorrow, Friday April 14, at 12 noon online on the company's website www.odj.ie and will see a wide range of properties across Ireland going under the auction hammer.
Signposts in foreign lands
We have all been to an Irish Pub somewhere in the world. Some are authentic—you could be in Castlebar or Bohola, others less so. La Gitane is a friendly bar in Bayeux that serves nice Guinness. Leaving there one evening last summer, I looked back to see a faded sign on the canopy above the door with the words ‘Irish Bar.’ I would never have guessed.
President of TUS warns ‘plans must be in place’ if Ireland’s TU sector is to thrive into the future
President of Technological University of the Shannon (TUS) Professor Vincent Cunnane has warned that if Ireland’s TU sector is to thrive, Government must have plans in place to support and ensure the success of the TU landscape into the future.