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Number of e-cars registered in Galway up thirty per cent last year

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The number of new electric cars registered in Galway last year jumped by an incredible 31 per cent, according to the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) which this week released its official new vehicle registrations statistics for 2023.

Galway enjoy facile win, but Roscommon will provide a bigger challenge

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Galway are through to the 2022 Connacht final following a facile 4-20 to 0-09 win over Leitrim in Pearse Stadium on Sunday.

Homecare Provider to create 70 new Jobs in Roscommon and Galway

Westcare Homecare, one of Ireland’s leading homecare providers of homecare, has announced the creation of 70 new jobs in Roscommon and Galway over the next 12 months with the opening of two new offices. These new jobs will support Westcare Homecare in the delivery of person-centred care to older persons, within the home setting and local community.

Galway to face Roscommon in Connacht Championship

This year’s Connacht Football Championship will see Galway and Mayo avoiding each other until a potential final.

Skills to Advance online with GRETB

Galway and Roscommon Education and Training Board (GRETB) has launched an online course in customer service aimed at employers wishing to upskill workers during the lockdown.

Mayo hit the right notes to see off Roscommon

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For the first time since 2015 Mayo are preparing for a Connacht Senior Football Championship Final.

Galway businesses supporting each other

Spotlight Oral Care was founded four years ago by Galwegians Dr Lisa and Dr Vanessa Creaven, practicing cosmetic dentists and sisters. As dentists, they know that good oral health is important for overall health, so they created clinically proven, clean, sustainable, oral care products that really work.

Chance for Galway children to win an exhibition for their school

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Ireland is steeped in myth, legend and folklore, and every corner of the island has its own stories of great warriors, fierce giants, troublesome fairies, enchanted animals and otherworldly phantoms.

Hardy Bucks stars don running shoes again for Mayo Roscommon Hospice Foundation

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Following on from their epic three-day 240km run from Dublin to Mayo in April 2019, Hardy Bucks stars Peter Cassidy and Stephen Kelly don the running shoes again for a cause very close to home.

Mayo Roscommon Hospice Foundation Shops to reopen

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Mayo Roscommon Hospice Foundation’s 12 shops will reopen to the public on Tuesday June 9. The nine shops in Mayo and three in Roscommon have remained closed since March 12th due to the Covid-19 crisis.


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