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Christmas spirit is alive and well in Galway

The Galway Lions Club is issuing a heartfelt ‘Thank you’ to everybody who has donated to the service over the past number of weeks.

Rose selection time again as Galway hopefuls dream of Tralee and nights in the Dome

BY DECLAN VARLEY

Shortcut to Hallelujah at Town Hall studio

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FOLLOWING HOT on the heels of their box office smash, Sunday Morning Coming Down, Truman Town Theatre returns to the Town Hall with another darkly hilarious play, Shortcut to Hallelujah, written and directed, like its predecessor, by Mick Donnellan.

Camogie colleges hat-trick for Kilkenny schools

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Last Saturday was a memorable day for Kilkenny schools as Grennan College (Thomastown), Loreto Kilkenny and Castlecomer Community School all recorded All-Ireland victories in Trim Co Meath. The day began with Grennan College landing honours in the Roinn B title defeating St Louis Ballymena 4-9 to 3-3. Grennan playing into the breeze during the opening-half led 3-2 to 2-1 at half-time thanks to goals from Aine Lannon, Niamh Donnelly and Kelly Hamilton.

Living with loss

It was Easter weekend 2005. The Murphy family were looking forward to a short break in Co Cork.

Galway’s Olympic athlete scoops coveted award

Galway’s Olympic athlete, Olive Loughnane, has scooped The Irish Times/Irish Sports Council ‘Sportswoman of the Month Award’ for August after her superb performance in the 20k walk at the Beijing Olympics.

Last laugh for the girl who walked funny

Up ahead lay the Brandenburg gate, with its two sections of six Doric columns. With the heat scorching, she can no longer hear her quick footsteps on the hot road on this Sunday morning in Germany. Atop the gate lies the Quadriga, a chariot drawn by four horses and driven by Victoria, the Roman goddess of victory. How appropriate that she should stare down on this day of achievement from the girl from Loughrea.

Loughnane joins an elite Irish group with world champ medal

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Olive Loughnane is the deserved toast of Loughrea, County Galway, and Ireland this week after becoming only the fourth Irish athlete to stand on the podium at a world athletic championship.

Mayo mum launches Anam Cara ‘A Balloon to Remember’ campaign

Anam Cara has launched a new initiative entitled ‘A Balloon to Remember’ in memory of the many children who have lost their lives throughout Ireland. The campaign aims to create awareness of the unique support that Anam Cara offers bereaved parents and to raise funds to extend these services to as many bereaved families as possible nationwide.

 

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