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Lallys to begin 30,000 mile journey home to Galway

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An Irish couple and their three children will next week begin an incredible 30,000 mile journey, travelling through four continents over the course of a year to eventually set up home in Galway.

Galway author’s new book on environmental justice

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GLOBAL CONCERNS about environmental risks, climate change, and threats to the planet from industry have resulted in new movements challenging those putting profits before the planet.

Mayo hold off the rebels at the gate

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The first half of Sunday's All Ireland quarter final between Mayo and Cork, will have long faded into the memory bank by the time the Mayo's meeting with Kerry comes around, but the second half is one that the fat will be chewed over a lot in the next 21 days. The first half was a bitty and often ill tempered affair where Mayo struggled to break down, Cork's blanket defence and the sides went in level at eight points each. Mayo ran down closed off avenues and their foot passing into their full forward line was wasn't sticking as Cork smothered the Mayo attack like jam on a warm slice of bread.

GMIT launches summer residency programmes for artists

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Ten artists, a film production company, a curator, and a photographer have been selected for the GMIT Centre for Creative Arts & Media summer residency programmes.

Football crazy @ Galway Film Fleadh!

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THE YOUNG Roy Keane; Northern Ireland at Mexico 86; Amadeo and his unbeatable team; and a football match featuring Northern Ireland veterans and the Galway Film Fleadh - it’s all happening this week.

All-new Ford Edge to boost growing SUV sales

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Ford will launch their stylish all-new Ford Edge, here next year. It will help the company target a fast-growing SUV segment that has doubled in the past five years.

When Northern Ireland reached Mexico 86

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BEFORE JACK’S Army, there was another band of ‘Men in Green’ who against-the-odds qualified for World Cups, scored unexpected victories, and did much better than anyone expected.

Taking the positives from World Cup and Special Olympics

The world is being treated to a feast of football that for even the passing fan is intoxicating, particularly this year in the exotic location of Brazil, World Cup record holders, long-time world favourites, and home of the greatest footballer Pele.

A summer of entertainment at the Prince

Summer is in full swing, bringing with it the return of the best of the GAA every weekend. Avail of all the latest match specials on food and drink every weekend or settle with your delicious carvery dinner in front of the GAA. A kiddies menu is available all day, so there is something for all the family!

Duffy leads the way for Ireland

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Seventeen-year-old Mayo show jumper Michael Duffy continued his remarkable winning streak, by taking the top prize in Sunday's two-phase competition at the three star international show at Lisbon in Portugal. The Knockmore rider beat off the challenge of some 60 fellow competitors to take victory with the nine-year-old mare Eminent, which is jointly owned by Sandra Duffy and Jean Gill..

 

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