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Laptops, tablets, ink refills and more at Ink4Europe

Ink4Europe on Castlebar’s Chapel Street is your one-stop-shop for all things computer including an excellent range of laptops and tablets at competitive prices.

Laptops, tablets, ink refills and more at Ink4Europe

Ink4Europe on Castlebar’s Chapel Street is your one-stop-shop for all things computer including an excellent range of laptops and tablets at competitive prices.

Roddy Mannion’s book does the city some service

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Anyone reading architect Roddy Mannion’s new book, Galway - A Sense of Place (Liffey Press), is in for a treat. They will be amazed at the breadth of social history covered in it. While the book also acknowledges the physical/geographic place Galway City assumes in terms of Ireland’s history of urban/city development.

Your computer and printing one-stop-shop at Ink4Europe

Ink4Europe on Castlebar’s Chapel Street is your one-stop-shop for all things computer.

Connacht look to enter British and Irish Cup

Connacht Rugby is gearing up to put forward a team in the British and Irish Cup next season.

Connacht still on the hunt for high-profile centre

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Connacht Rugby’s European fate for next season will be decided on Saturday when Leinster face Northampton Saints in the Heineken Cup final at Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium (5pm).

Potential ‘bailout from the skies’ falls in the west

Lady Luck could finally be smiling down on this little financially beleaguered country of ours if 200 tonnes of the fallen meteorite, which fell somewhere in the west, is found as it could fetch $500 per gram, giving us nearly the €85 billion ‘bailout from the skies’ that is needed, Astronomy Ireland spokesperson David Moore joked following reports of a fireball being sighted at the weekend.

Hunt for fallen meteorite hits Galway

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The hunt for the meteorite which landed on Irish soil last week has been narrowed down to an area between Portumna and Galway city, according to Astronomy Ireland which is appealing for more people to log reports of the fallen fireball.

Inter-denominational service for famine victims at MacDonagh Junction

The skeletal remains of the Great Famine (1845-50) victims which were discovered in unmarked graves during excavation work (2005) at the former Kilkenny County Council property were returned to MacDonagh Junction recently.

Rudderless Buccs taught a lesson

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