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Foróige is seeking Galwegians to take part in Big Brother Big Sister, an internationally recognised youth mentoring programme.
Buccaneers travel to the Co Down foothills on Saturday where they square up to long-time league leaders Ballynahinch in the Ulster Bank League with this division 1B clash kicking off at Ballymacarn Park at 2.30pm. Buccs lost their opening day fixture against the northerners who, spurred on by the tragic deaths of Nevin Spence, his father Noel and brother Graham, played with passion and zeal to defeat the Pirates in a decent contest that really could have gone either way. Since then, Hinch have been on a mission to achieve promotion and are very much in the driving seat, nine points ahead of their nearest rivals UCD with just four rounds of matches remaining. Barring a calamity, they look certainties to go up at this stage.
Two Galway men have been killed in separate accidents in the past week.
TEDFEST, THE annual celebration of all things Fr Ted, takes place each year on the Aran Islands, but this year some of the fun will also be happening in Galway city.
Mullingar councillor Pat Whelan, who resigned from the town council last month in the hope of having his eldest son Graham (19) co-opted into his place, has now changed his mind but still looks unlikely to stand in the elections in June.