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Galway Hospice to feature on Irish TV 

Irish TV cameras caught up with a team from the Galway Hospice as they took on Croagh Patrick in the hospice's annual fundraiser. All proceeds raised from the climb will go directly towards funding the Galway Hospice home care, day care and bereavement support services, which cost in excess of €1.6 million each year to run.

Saluting women of the world

“"The story of women's struggle for equality belongs to no single feminist nor to any one organisation but to the collective efforts of all who care about human rights" - Gloria Steinem

Galway mourns passing of a sporting character

A well-known Galway footballer of the fifties, Brendan Glynn, passed away in the city this week.

Security firm pushing van twenty one miles for charity

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On Monday, C2 Security staff will push their company van 21 miles to raise money for Crumlin Hospital. The novel charity event will start at the Hole in the Wall pub on Eyre Street at 10.30am.

New website to help schoolgoers and raise funds for GOAL

Education, fun, and charity have come together to create a new website to help school pupils with their general knowledge as well as raising money for GOAL.

30-day career boost for job seekers

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An exciting new programme to unlock the potential of job seekers has been launched in Galway. Potential participants taking part in this 30-day career boost project, which starts on November 8, will enjoy taking part in a parachute jump, climbing Croagh Patrick, and visiting an active Dáil Éireann session. There will be kayaking, mountain trailing, bio energy sessions, charity events, brainstorming talks in addition to a variety of problem-solving activities and sample interview preparations - all complemented by appropriate and extremely beneficial career tips throughout the 30 days.

Footballers play for high stakes

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Galway ladies lose their final UEFA tie

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Shock after Galway camogie player and husband die in US crash

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An horrific road traffic incident in the US on Sunday evening killed a Galwaywoman, her husband and has left their three Irish children orphaned.

Kernan's new team

It is expected that Carraroe's Seán O'Domhnaill and Annaghdown's Tom Naughton will be announced as part of Joe Kernan's backroom team this Friday night.

 

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