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Galway celebrates Bike Week 2017 with a full programme of events from June 10 - 18.
Three new research projects are to begin at NUI Galway, with the support of the Health Research Board, in the areas of dementia care, cardiac care, and type 1 diabetes.
Fresh from their series of magnificent wins at this year’s Skibbereen Grand League Regatta, Limerick Regatta and Irish Schools Regatta the Colaiste Iognaid (Jes) Rowing Club will hold a fundraising Ergathon in Galway on the Bank Holiday Monday May 1.
After two years in planning and development, AIT has launched an innovative and pioneering BSc (Hons) degree in microbiology, which is the only designated microbiology course offered on the CAO system.
Two of the three Mayo sides in FAI Junior Cup action have home advantage this weekend in the fifth round of the FAI Junior Cup, with just Super League champions Westport United hitting the road to take on Swords based outfit Rivervalley Rangers in the nation's capital.
Buccaneers and Galwegians have the Ulster Bank League limelight all to themselves this weekend when they square up in a floodlit Connacht derby at Dubarry Park on Friday night, kick off at 7.30pm.
CHARLIE LANDSBOROUGH, praised by BBC Radio Ulster's Gerry Kelly for his "warmth, honesty and credibility", will be in concert in the Lough Rea Hotel and Spa on Wednesday January 11.
Since beloved coach Brian O’Donnell’s untimely death in 2014, Ballina Boxing Club has honoured his memory with this annual showpiece.This year, boxers from Mayo, Kildare, and Tyrone were invited and each gave terrific performances befitting the occasion. The technical highlight was a light-fly (49kg) contest between Martin McDonagh and Willie Casey (Athy).
A season that started with such promise for Galway United ends tomorrow when the Tribesmen visit Oriel Park to play SSE Airtricity League premier division champions Dundalk.
Galway was officially crowned the European Capital of Culture in a ceremony last Friday, which resulted in a festive fever breaking out across the county, as thousands of spectators flocked to Shop Street to watch the final decision being made.