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Fibín to mark centenary of the Treaty with outdoor performance

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ON DECEMBER 6 1921, the Anglo-Irish Treaty was signed in London by Irish republicans and members of the British Government.

The turbulent life of Col Richard Martin MP - In three acts

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Week IV. Further humiliation was heaped upon Colonel Richard Martin, who sought redress for the ‘dishonour to his bed, the alienation of his wife’s affection, the destruction of his domestic comfort, the suspicion cast upon the legitimacy of the wife’s offspring, and the mental anguish which the husband suffers’ (such was the legal language of the day), during his divorce trial against John Petrie, to be awarded only £10,000., exactly half of the £20,000. which he felt justified in demanding.

Wyvern Lingo to play Róisín Dubh

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FOLLOWING A triumphant return earlier this year with their acclaimed second album, Awake You Lie, Wyvern Lingo return to the road and play Galway this month.

Croi charity thanks night run participants for their ongoing and incredible support

The seventh annual Croí Night Run, in aid of Croí, the heart and stroke charity, took place virtually on Friday, October 8, with a record number of participants running and walking a 5km in their local area.

Galway United and Brothers of Charity embrace Sport for All initiative

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Last Friday morning saw the first cross collaboration between two very different organisations when Galway United’s Community Officer Micheal Murphy and Tom Halligan from the Brothers of Charity linked together to organize “Sport for All” a concept which is allows people of all abilities to engage in sport and top quality coaching sessions.

Popular Seamus O’Rourke performs ‘The Sand Park’ at Roscommon Arts Centre

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This October 23, Roscommon Arts Centre welcomes writer, actor and director, Seamus O’Rourke, back to their stage with his first one man show 'The Sand Park'.

Why Irish reunification is worth it

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"The conversation around Irish Unity is well underway, it's time for the Government to start preparing and taking an active role in this conversation. Preparation for a Unity Referendum must begin now. The discussion on unity is to the forefront of political discourse. We are living in the most exciting decade of Irish political change. This generation has the chance to build an inclusive republic on our island. A new constitutional settlement with self determination at its core is both achievable and necessary” - Sinn Féin Galway West TD Mairéad Farrell

Golden oldies, middle aged and youngsters continue to join forces for special hockey competition

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Always a special occasion on the Galway Hockey Club calendar, this year’s Swan Cup tournament marked its 30th anniversary.

An astonishing rescue

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There can be no greater horror for passengers and crew than facing death on a burning ship in a heavy sea, that was sinking by its bow. Which death would you choose? Stay on board and be burnt? Or chance your luck in the waves?

Croí’s Night Run returns virtually for October

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The seventh annual Croí Virtual Night Run takes place on Friday October 8, and the locally based heart and stroke charity is encouraging the public to get involved.

 

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