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Galway Athletics report National combined events

Conor Hoade of Galway City Harriers was in superb form as he won the U16 boys' pentathlon gold at the national combined events championships held last weekend in Santry. The multitalented Hoade top scored with 4,146 points across the five disciplines of hurdles, 800m, shot putt, high jump, and long jump to take the national title.

Celebrate with Cake from Builín Blasta Café & Bakery!

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Builín Blasta Café & Bakery is excited to introduce their new cake menu. Homemade and hand decorated, these modern cakes are perfect for all occasions. Birthdays, christenings, family reunions, baby showers… you name it, we can do it! Serving anywhere from 10 to 40 people per cake, our cakes can cater for parties big and small and range in price from €25 to €80.

Kevin Gildea to headline the Comedy KARLnival

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ALONGSIDE BARRY Murphy and Ardal O'Hanlon, Kevin Gildea is one of the godfathers of modern Irish comedy, through their founding of the comedy sketch group Mr Trellis, and Dublin's longest-running comedy club, The Comedy Cellar.

Escape to Spiddal for a cultural and culinary treat

The winding coastal road west of Galway gives way to sweeping views of the Burren across the bay and brings you to the coastal town of Spiddal, only 20 minutes from Galway city. Here, in the heart of the Gaeltacht, you will find treasures and treats for the senses in the Ceardlann Craft Village and the award winning Builín Blasta café and bakery.

Escape to Spiddal for a Cultural & Culinary treat!

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The winding coastal road West of Galway gives way to sweeping views of the Burren across the bay and brings you to the coastal town of Spiddal- only 20 minutes from Galway city. Here, in the heart of the Gaeltacht, you’ll find treasures and treats for the senses in the Ceardlann Craft Village and the award-winning Builín Blasta Café & Bakery. Located across from Spiddal beach, The Ceardlann Craft Village is home to a variety of traditional crafters including basket weaving, ceramics, glass craft, screen printing, traditional weaving and art. Each of the studios is artist owned and operated, giving you a chance to meet the maker and pick up that perfect gift for yourself or someone you love.

June 6 – The day democracy returned to Europe

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The battle for Normandy June-August 1944, launched on D-Day exactly 75 years ago, marked, after Stalingrad, the beginning of the end of Nazi Germany. It was a major battle. The Allies suffered 209,672 casualties of whom 36,796 were killed. Some 28,000 Allied airman were lost in the months preceding and during the campaign.

Five bed detached family home in a sought after location

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Sherry FitzGerald welcomes to the market this wonderful five bed detached family home set on a c0.5 acre site in a much sought after, quiet, country location within five minutes' walking distance of Kilcoona National School and Little Acorns crèche and afterschool, yet only 19km from Galway city centre.

Connacht sign off a season of success

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"Disappointed men and some tears" was the natural response in the immediate aftermath of Connacht's 21-13 loss to Ulster in this season's Guinness PRO14 quarter-final, but the club can reflect on more positives, none more so than achieving its primary aim of qualifying for Champions Cup rugby for only the second time on merit.

Five bed detached family home in a sought after location

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Sherry FitzGerald welcomes to the market this wonderful five bed detached family home set on a c0.5 acre site in a much sought after, quiet, country location within five minutes' walking distance of Kilcoona National School and Little Acorns crèche and afterschool, yet only 19km from Galway city centre.

Connacht Rugby prepare for arm-wrestle against Ulster

Unashamedly and deservedly, the ‘Fields of Athenry’ was ringing loud and clear in Kingspan Stadium seven months ago. The hurt and frustration of failing to record a single win against Ulster in Belfast in 59 years ended - a ghost laid to rest at last.

 

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