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In focus: Galway’s gambling scene

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We all know the old cliché: “the luck of the Irish”. Whether this originated in the context of gambling or not, there’s no doubt it’s relevant to the Irish people’s love of a flutter – whether it’s on the horses, in the lottery or even in one of the country’s many casinos.

Lack of IDA investment and job creation a major issue

Fianna Fáil TD for Roscommon/Galway Eugene Murphy has remarked that county Roscommon has only received the ‘scraps’ off the IDA’s table with an appalling lack of investment and job creation throughout the region over the last number of years.

Matters Longford to the fore as centenary celebrations acknowledge the right of women to vote

Well, Longford has really emerged with a bang in this pre-Christmas season. We had two notable events in Longford over last weekend.

Simplicity can be the hardest thing of all

Maybe it was all Darina Allen’s fault. For about 100 years of cooking Christmas dinners and burning turkeys, we were happy.

Mixed fortunes for Willow Park in league and cup action

Willow Park suffered a setback in their pursuit of the Leinster Senior league Division 1B title when they dropped two points at DPD Park last Saturday evening. Mount Merrion were the visitors and defended well to record their eighth draw of the season. Willow were twice denied by the woodwork as Benny Magennis and Aaron O’Neill crashed shots off the crossbar and post respectively.

Narrow away day loss for Buccaneers in the capital

OLD BELVEDERE 11 BUCCANEERS 10

MathWorks announces eighty five new jobs for Galway

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MathWorks announced plans this week to grow its Irish business, with 85 jobs coming on stream in its Galway office by the end of next year.

O’Donnellan & Joyce offers an extensive list of properties in year’s end Wild Atlantic Way auction

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The auction team at O’Donnellan & Joyce are busy with final viewings and inquiries for their list of more than 40 properties for sale in tomorrow's Wild Atlantic Way auction. The auction will commence at 2pm sharp in The Harbour Hotel, New Dock Road, Galway, with registration open from 1pm.

Moycullen suffer more away day Superleague pain

Moycullen suffered another tough loss away from home this past weekend, falling by 108–79 to a physically dominant Templeogue in Dublin.

Major volunteer cleanup shows need for full-time park rangers

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The need for full-time park rangers to be deployed in the city area was highlighted last weekend when a group of volunteers filled almost 60 refuse bags with litter from the Terryland Forest Park Alone. The shocking recovery has led to calls for rangers to be deployed to ensure that people refrain from using the forests as handy dumping areas for their litter.

 

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