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The knock that every parent dreads hearing

Tuesday night was horrific. The high winds drove in sheets of rain across the west and enveloped the region in a deluge. People who were in for the night huddled closer to the fire and listened to the lashing rain wallop their roofs and flood their gardens. Those of a spirtual bent would look at the raging elements and wish good fortune to all who had to brave them. Roads were covered with a sheet of rain; rivers and streams broke their banks, and in four households, heavy footsteps made their way hesitantly across the water-covered footpaths before delivering news that would change the lives of four families forever.

Local priest calls on Vatican to consider optional celibacy for priests

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Father Martin Ryan of Muckalee is launching his book this Sunday which is entitled From Muckalee to Mindanao and back, a Missionary Journey.

Come dance with The Mulkerrin Brothers

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THE MULKERRIN Brothers, winners of the first RTÉ All-Ireland Talent Show, are about to embark on their first Irish tour which takes in dates in Galway and Castlebar.

All Ireland League action returns for Galway clubs

All Ireland League action resumes on Saturday with Galwegians facing the long trek north to Ballymena.

Tullamore the place to be this Sunday

This Sunday the Leinster club final is well worth the trip to Tullamore to see Garrycastle take on Portlaoise at 2pm in what promises to be a top class game.

It’s hard to have hope - but that’s what we need

It’s so easy to be on a downer; no money, no work (or an unpleasant job), horrible weather, forgot to lose that stone before Christmas, have to work New Year’s Eve, gas bill arrived. There’s no doubting it, it’s easy to get bogged down in life.

It’s hard to have hope - but that’s what we need

It’s so easy to be on a downer; no money, no work (or an unpleasant job), horrible weather, forgot to lose that stone before Christmas, have to work New Year’s Eve, gas bill arrived. There’s no doubting it, it’s easy to get bogged down in life.

Salthill Devon set for League of Ireland status

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Salthill Devon is to apply for membership of the League of Ireland first division.

Old Connacht rivals meet in crunch league match2

Galwegians host a crunch local derby clash with Buccaneers on Saturday (2.30pm) at Crowley Park with money raised from the game being donated to earthquake hit Haiti.

 

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