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Learn how to beat stress

People can learn how to control stress at free weekly classes being given by the HSE West in the city.

Cult VS Alice DJ night

TWO OF Galway's newest club nights - Alice and Cult - will go head to head this Saturday in Factory, Upper Abbeygate Street, and throw a party.

Under 12s launch reactivation of Gaelic games in Argentina  

Two under 12 teams, representing Ballymahon National School and Ballymore National School participated in a symbolic football match this week to mark the launch of a unique initiative aimed at reactivating Gaelic games in Argentina.                                                                              

The battle lines are drawn for June 5

The Government decision to combine the bye-elections with the Euro and Local elections considerably raises the stakes for all political parties on June 5. Voters’ verdicts will determine the fate of all party leaders and the timing of the next General Election.

The battle lines are drawn for June 5

The Government decision to combine the bye-elections with the Euro and Local elections considerably raises the stakes for all political parties on June 5. Voters’ verdicts will determine the fate of all party leaders and the timing of the next General Election.

The battle lines are drawn for June 5

The Government decision to combine the bye-elections with the Euro and Local elections considerably raises the stakes for all political parties on June 5. Voters’ verdicts will determine the fate of all party leaders and the timing of the next General Election.

Cowen’s ballot blues

MANY PUNDITS considered the forthcoming local and Euro elections almost an irrelevance to national politics. The positions to be filled were deemed to be unimportant, not having any impact on Government. This ignored a truism - elections create fundamental fault lines in politics.

Cowen’s ballot blues

MANY PUNDITS considered the forthcoming local and Euro elections almost an irrelevance to national politics. The positions to be filled were deemed to be unimportant, not having any impact on Government. This ignored a truism - elections create fundamental fault lines in politics.

Cowen’s ballot blues

MANY PUNDITS considered the forthcoming local and Euro elections almost an irrelevance to national politics. The positions to be filled were deemed to be unimportant, not having any impact on Government. This ignored a truism - elections create fundamental fault lines in politics.

Election aftermath promises more excitement than campaign

Tomorrow’s polling day marks the culmination of a three month campaign to fill our MEP and local council seats. By any standards it has been one of the dullest. Barely a proper insult traded.

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