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Two fighters from the Galway Black Dragon Kickboxing Club, Dara Mannion from Westside in Galway city and Jamie O'Sullivan from Clonberne, Co Galway, will take to the ring in Galway in the Clayton Hotel on Saturday night with high hopes of becoming All Ireland champions.
Ireland’s Biggest Coffee Morning for Hospice, together with Bewleys, happens on Thursday September 19, and the event was officially launched by this year’s ambassador Maia Dunphy at Our Lady’s Hospice in Harold’s Cross recently.
Starting at 7pm, the Streets is one of the most high profile events on the Irish running calendar, and this year a record field of 3,400 will race the event. In addition to some of Ireland’s top athletes, club runners, visitors, and thousands of locals will take on the 8km challenge.
A South Roscommon student is on the brink of chocolate heaven as his creativity and ingenuity has earned him a prestigious final place in the 'Cadbury Inventor' competition, which called upon chocolate lovers in Ireland and the UK to concoct a new Cadbury bar.
Galway 2020 is the "perfect opportunity" to address the deficit in arts infrastructure throughout the west, particularly in Galway, as highlighted in the Review of Arts Centres and Venues.
THE GALWAY Baroque Singers will perform music by Victoria, Byrd, Bardos, Mawby, Mozart, and Galway musician and composer Eamonn Murray, at the Dominican Church, The Claddagh, this Saturday at 8.30pm.
More than 300 adults are officially homeless in Galway according to the latest figures from the Department of Housing, but the real figure could be higher a local election candidate has warned.
Galway 2020 has secured more than €20 million in funding for next year’s European Capital of Culture programme.
Irelands largest coffee morning for Hospice is set to make a welcome return this month as thousands of people across the nation come together to support their local Hospice on Thursday September 20, by hosting coffee mornings in their homes, workplace and within their local community.
In recent years our phones have become more than simply just way to communicate with our friends and family and a piece of photography equipment; they are essential for anyone to operate in modern life and have become almost an unofficial limb of the human body. And like any limb that is damaged, we want the best possible care and repair so that our phones are fighting fit once again. WeFix Galway can guarantee that all phones will receive the TLC treatment so that they are back to owners as soon as possible.