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Monroe’s chock full of acts for Arts Festival

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A vibrant line-up of artists will perform at Monroe’s Live over the Galway International Arts Festival until Sunday, July 28.

The Claddagh offers sea views and location

Colleran's has always been the go-to auctioneers when looking for something very special in The Claddagh, and the team have been making dreams come through for buyers for more than 55 years now. Don Colleran has just been favoured with yet another gem in easily one of Galway's most sought-after locations.

Cork trounce Galway Intermediates

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By Sarah Gaughran

Galway land quarter final spot undefeated

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Galway 3-19

Bocquet take to the international stage

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Irish athlete Shauna Bocquet of Craughwell AC competed at ParAthletics 2024 in Nottwil Sport Arena, Switzerland. The event took place last weekend with Shauna partaking in four events as she chases Paralympic qualification.

Down put to the sword in Pearse Stadium rout

The Galway Senior Camogie team bounced back from their draw against Wexford with a convincing victory over Down in a blustery Pearse Stadium on Saturday.

Intermediates rue missed goal opportunities

The Galway Intermediate Camogie team suffered their first defeat in the Glen Dimplex Championship on Saturday. They lost out by three points to Clare.

Camogie Intermediates put Wexford to the sword

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The Galway Intermediate team started their championship the way they finished their league campaign with a twelve point win over Wexford in Carnmore on Saturday.

West of Ireland Film and AV industries set to strengthen and grow with new WRAP investment fund commission

The West of Ireland’s rugged and atmospheric beauty have made it an ideal location for film and TV production over the decades, but a development of the WRAP investment fund - via the new Commission - will show the region has more than just scenery to offer.

Willie Daly's Museum, Donkey Farm and Matchmaking

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There is no better person in the whole of Clare to help you find your match than Ireland's last traditional matchmaker Willie Daly. Willie has been matchmaking for over 50 years and is proud to say that he has matched over 3000 couples in his lifetime. Matchmaking is in his blood, and he is fortunate enough to have inherited the skills of his father and grandfather who also had the gift of making a perfect match.


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