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Danny O’Brien @ Róisín Dubh Comedy Clubh

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AHEAD OF his appearance at next month's Vodafone Comedy Carnival, there is a chance to catch Danny O’Brien up close and personal at the Róisín Dubh comedy Clubh tomorrow from 8.30pm.

O'Malley looking to bring Louisburgh back to the big time

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"Some people think I'm mad, facing the car for home on a Friday evening at 4.30pm, but during the summer where else would you rather be than at home in Louisburgh, as long as the weather is good of course." Austin O'Malley has been there and done it all before but he is still making the long trip home from his home on the east coast each weekend to try to help get Louisburgh back over the line in the junior ranks of Mayo football.

Galway’s oldest family business becomes part of Ireland’s best known builders’ merchants

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Ireland’s largest privately owned Builders Merchant group, the HPC Group, has recently acquired two Builder Merchants & DIY stores in Oranmore and Gort securing 42 jobs with further growth expected in the coming months.

Uniroyal helps keep Blood Bikes flowing freely

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Uniroyal Ireland has been named as the support vehicle tyre partner for Blood Bikes Leinster, the east coast chapter of the Nationwide Association of Blood Bikes.

Two exhibitions from Yvonne King

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TWO EXHIBITIONS by the County Galway artist Yvonne King are currently on show - one in Galway city, the other in Connemara - with both displaying the full range of her diverse talent.

Brexit - How? Why? and what happens next?

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Even the most sceptical observer cannot accuse those who describe last week’s Brexit referendum result as 'seismic' or 'a political earthquake' of engaging in hyperbole. From an Irish perspective, it is potentially the most significant thing to happen in peace-time British politics since the abdication of King Edward VIII in 1936.

RNLI marathon walker strides in to Mayo within sight of his €25k fundraising target

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A young man recently walked into Mayo without any fanfare but with the sole aim to continue his marathon walk to raise funds for the RNLI; a charity close to his heart. The 23-year-old Kent native is well on his way to smashing a £20,000 fundraising target which will see vital funds raised for the lifeboats. When he set out 649 days ago Alex Ellis-Roswell planned to walk along the British coastline only but he changed his mind and boarded a ferry to Belfast last year to add the beautiful Irish coastline on to his journey. When he finishes he will have walked the entire length of the Irish and UK coastlines.

NUI Galway to launch marine coding challenge for young people

An exciting new challenge for young members of Coder Dojos in Galway city and county will be launched this Saturday.

Róisín Dubh Comedy Clubh

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FOLLOWING THE success of its four night run at the recent Vodafone Comedy Carnival, the Róisín Dubh Comedy Clubh continues on Friday November 6 at 8.30pm with a headline set from Danny O’ Brien.

AIB announces five year partnership with Galway City Innovation District

AIB has announced a five year partnership with Galway City Innovation District (GCID), a new initiative supporting start-ups and business innovation in Galway City and the West of Ireland. The initiative brings together Galway Chamber of Commerce, Galway City Council, NUIG and GMIT to form the GCID.

 

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