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Arts group proposes innovative way to use vacant buildings in the city

Vacant and disused buildings around Galway city should not be allowed to lie empty and idle. Instead they could be transformed into temporary art galleries and exhibition spaces.

GAA students benefit from bursary scheme

A record number of 31 promising young Connacht GAA players and administrators have been included in the province’s annual bursary scheme.

Galway woman is a lifetime driving 23 new Fords 

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Eileen Lovett from Galway has been buying cars from Higgins Motorpark/ Higgins Garage since 1929 and just this week she collected her 23rd car from the garage, a 2010 Ford Focus which she has bought for her daughter.   

Mercedes-Benz C-Class cuts prices

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Mercedes-Benz has continued its price-cutting drive with the announcement this week that a nine per cent (plus the the lower VAT) reduction is being applied to its entry-level C-Class diesel and petrol models.

Blue Raincoat stage At Swim Two Birds in Town Hall

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SLIGO’S BLUE Raincoat Theatre Company come to the Town Hall from February 4 to 6 with A new staging of Flann O’Brien’s ebullient comic classic, At Swim Two Birds.

Create your dream home with SBA Home Ideas

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Travelling along the M6, have you ever noticed a sign for SBA Home Ideas? Boasting Athlone’s largest furniture selection, SBA Home Ideas at Moydrum Road, Athlone is home to a fantastic 1,800 sq m furniture showroom which now also incorporates Bright Ideas lighting showroom.

New clinic for Galway offers affordable laser hair removal

Just opened in fabulously appointed purpose designed premises, the new Thérapie Laser Clinic is conveniently located in Shop Street.

Geesala host night of top quality bouts

Geesala Boxing Club held their annual tournament in Erris House Hotel last Saturday night. As usual there was a full house and the audience was treated to a great night’s entertainment. Dylan Meenaghan provided the curtain raiser and also the first win of the night for the Geesala team. He was followed by fine performances from Peter Howard and Martin McDonnell. Martin’s brother Shane McDonnell also gave a good performance but did not get the nod from the judges. Liam Ginty, who hails from Inver, was desperately unlucky when he was the wrong side of a majority decision in a very close contest. It was the same story for Pearse Holmes. However James Coyle got the Geesala side back to winning ways and he was followed with another win by last year’s Irish champion, Shane McIntyre. Last time out Shane McAndrew thrilled the crowd in Glenamoy with a great knock out win but, despite a great battle, he failed to register a victory. Then newcomer Andrew Kelly gave a tremendous performance to snatch another victory for the home side. Just before the break the crowd were on their feet again and despite the lack of local interest they acknowledged the skill and determination of J Langan of Knockmore and D O'Reilly from Nielstown in Dublin.

Network Mayo get ready to launch for 2010

Liz Waters, MD of Malones of Dublin, is the guest speaker at the launch of Network Mayo 2010. Malones of Dublin are the Irish producers of a range of natural cleaning products with essential oils that won the 2009 RSVP Network Ireland Business Woman of the year award (Self Employed Category).

Detective to further investigate Lithuanian driver’s documents

A Lithuanian national whose driving licence was deemed a counterfeit by a detective garda from Garda Headquarters — who specialises in handwriting and documents — furnished more documentation at Claremorris District Court this week for further investigation.


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