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Flynn focusing on the positives

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The current Coronavirus lockdown presents a trying time for any manager of a GAA club team - especially one who has just taken over a new side with ambitions of becoming the best in the county once again - but that is the situation new Castlebar Mitchels manager Alan Flynn finds himself in.

We Banjo 3 - keeping people connected despite coronavirus

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SOCIAL MEDIA can often be a toxic, abusive, and ugly space, but with the coronavirus lockdown, artists, writers, and especially musicians, have shown that social media can, at it's best, be a positive and uplifting space.

Canney accuses meat factories of 'profiteering' during the coronavirus crisis

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A leading Galway TD has come out in support of allegations by the Irish Cattle and Sheep Farmers' Association, which have accused meat factories of "profiteering" during the coronavirus crisis.

Detrimental impact of coronavirus as country still awaits formation of Government

I hope you all survived Storm Jorge. Apparently, the ‘J’ and the ‘g’ are pronounced as ‘h’ so just to make it easy we will call it Storm George.

Employment figures boost for the Midlands region

The creation of 16,800 jobs in the Midlands is a major employment boost for the region, Fine Gael Deputy, Peter Burke, has stated.

Field Trip headline Citóg Records launch

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SOME OF the cream of Galway's indie rock bands, singer-songwriters, and solo artists will take to the stage of the Róisín Dubh for the launch of the fourth compilation album from Galway label Citóg Records.

RTE visits Castlebar Pantomime rehearsals

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There was great excitement at the Castlebar Pantomime rehearsals last week when the cast were visited by RTE which filmed a rendition of 'Be Our Guest', one of the favourites from Beauty and The Beast.

Newly invigorated and full of sea air

Well, I am in great form this week and feel as if I have come back from two weeks in Portugal. The thing is I have not spent two weeks in Portugal, but I did spend a wonderful three days in Salthill, Galway, and it felt just as good as if I had been across the seas abroad in some luxury resort.

 

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