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Corinthians overcome Galwegians in city derby

Corinthians ended their Bank of Ireland Connacht Senior League campaign with a 15-point win, 34-19, over city rivals Galwegians in Corinthian Park on Friday night.

Number of elected representatives welcome addition of contemporary cycleway bridge to Athlone landscape

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As the recently opened cycleway bridge continues to gain regular use and favourable comment, elected representatives have welcomed the new addition to the Athlone landscape.

HSE confirms return of BreastCheck screening mobile unit to Athlone later this month

The HSE have confirmed that the BreastCheck Screening Mobile Unit will return to Athlone in August.

Cork edge Galway by slimmest of margins

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The Galway U16 team’s dream of winning the All-Ireland U16A Championship final was dashed on Saturday when they lost to Cork by 0-11 to 1-7 in UPMC Nowlan Park in Kilkenny.

New Gallery will inspire the next generation of artists from across the Midlands region

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Renowned contemporary artist, Rita Oates, has been lauded for developing a new and exciting gallery space in Roscommon.

Shefflin's men face Saturday night thriller in the city

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The Galway senior hurlers go into this Saturday’s All-Ireland semi-final against Limerick as rank outsiders according to the odds compilers and given they have lost the last three times the counties have met in Croke Park at the business end of the championship then it may be hard to argue with that assessment.

Galway hurlers face a Tipperary outfit in scoring form

For the sixth time in 10 years the Galway senior hurlers take on Tipperary in a knock-out championship game on Saturday evening (6.15pm), with the TUS Gaelic Grounds in Limerick the venue on this occasion.

Late comeback not enough as Cats claim victory again

Kilkenny 4-21 Galway 2-26

Shefflin's hurlers need to find form as pressure mounts

Next Sunday is by far the biggest day in the inter-county hurling calendar to date with both provincial finals taking centre stage.

The Leaving Cert

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The Leaving Certificate, also known as Gaeilge as the Árd Teist, was first established in this country in 1924 and the first papers were marked in 1925. It is the final examination in the secondary school system and also serves as the university matriculation exam. There was a time when these two were separate exams. It is for the senior school cycle, most of the participants are 16 to 19 years old, although an increasing number of mature student now sit the tests.


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