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Former Cregmore FC player signs contract with United

Galway United academy graduate David Tarmey has signed a professional contract with the club.

Chambers to officially open new Irish Language Centre at Knocknacarra tomorrow

The Board of Management of Gaelscoil Mhic Amhlaigh has confirmed that Jack Chambers, Government Chief-Whip and Minister of State at the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Irish Language, Sport and Media will officially open the new Irish language centre at the site of Gaelscoil Mhic Amhlaigh in Knocknacarra tomorrow Friday September 30.

Snakes, snails, reptiles and more at Manulla FC’s Jungle Challenge fundraiser

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Manulla Football Club has just launched its biggest ever fundraising drive to help financially support an ambitious development of the club’s facilities. The monies are needed due to the continued growth in club members and use of the facilities by the wider community.

Higashikawa Band to play Galway concert and play with schools

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The Higashikawa Band, consisting of the Higashikawa Junior High School Wind Orchestra, the Higashikawa High School Wind Orchestra, and alumni of each, from Higashikawa, Hokkaido, Japan is visiting Galway and Dublin this week. The visit which is an initiative of the EU-Japan Fest Japan Committee was planned to take place during Galway European Capital of Culture in 2020 and will now come to fruition this week.

Outstanding Achievement Award for GLUAS advocate

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A Galway native and advocate of the Galway light rail option GLUAS has been awarded an Outstanding Achievement Award by the Insitution of Civil Engineers.

Galway Corinthians RFC pays tribute to club legend Paddy Flynn

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A packed clubhouse in Corinthian Park gathered to pay tribute to a true legend on Saturday evening while also raising funds for the Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association. Paddy Flynn was greeted by hundreds of well-wishers from the moment he arrived with his tribute part of a major fundraising event at the club.

Assumption Road unveils Siege of Jadotville Memorial to mark 72nd anniversary

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The face of Athlone has certainly changed in the past 72 years, but one thing that has remained steadfast is the sense of community spirit in Assumption Road as the street prepares to celebrate its 72nd anniversary and the unveiling of a Siege of Jadotville Memorial to mark this occasion.

Research reveals that older people experience much loneliness during summer season

Millions of older people are loneliest in the summer – as they get fewer visits from loved ones and have more hours in the day to fill. Research of 1,400 retired people commissioned by Specsavers discovered that 27 per cent feel disconnected when loved ones’ social schedules ramp up, leaving less time for them to check in.

GLUAS dream boosted by 'very light rail' success in Coventry

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The battle to bring ‘very light rail’ to Galway has been reborn following the establishment of a similar rail system in Coventry.

O’Rourke calls for action to combat ‘danger and nuisance’ of jet-skis

Cllr Aengus O’Rourke has called on Waterways Ireland and other stakeholders to work together to combat the continuing nuisance of jet-skis on the River Shannon.


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