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Comfort and spacious qualities to family residence set in tranquil surrounds

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Property: Derryhiveny, Boula, Portumna, Co. Galway, H53 XY77

Mullins and Elliott v Henderson and Nicholls at Cheltenham

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The competition between horses trained in Ireland and those trained in the UK is at its most intense in a town deep in The Cotswolds in the middle week of March.

Mike Geraghty to run in Local Elections

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Mike Geraghty has announced that he will stand as an Independent candidate in Galway City Central in May's Local Elections. His campaign will focus on transport, traffic, and community recreation facilities.

Local Minister officially opens Untitled [landscape] exhibition at Luan Gallery

The enchanting riverside Luan Gallery was the atmospheric venue as Deputy Kevin ‘Boxer’ Moran, TD, Minister of State with special responsibility for the Office of Public Works and Flood Relief, in conjunction with Desi McDonnell, Director of Enterprise Shared Services (ESS), Department of Finance, Northern Ireland, formally opened the joint touring exhibition, ‘Untitled [landscape]’ on Friday evening.

Show Me The Funny grand final 2019

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AFTER FIVE competitive heats over the last few weeks, the grand final of Show Me The Funny takes place on Monday, February 19, at The King's Head Bar on High Street.

Love, death, Shergar, and Arlene Foster

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FROM 'MAYA'S Soliloquy to Pablo [Picasso]’, the striking opening of the first poem of White Horses, it is clear Northern Irish poet Jo Burns is in control of what she is doing with her poetry in a way most debut collection poets simply are not.

A ‘cheerful, and amiable saint’.

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In the early years of the 16th century, Stephen Lynch fitz Dominick was returning from an extended trading voyage in Spain. He set out with a full cargo, probably of hides, wool, and fish, which he hoped to trade for wine and iron with Spanish merchants. As he approached Galway port he was surprised to see a church and buildings almost completed on Fort Hill (originally called St Augustine’s Hill), a prominent site visible from both the town and the sea. They were not there when he left.

Centrally located Ballymore home in prime condition

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Ideally suited to first time buyers, investors or those who simply wish to downsize in property, this three bedroom semi-detached home in Ballymore is in primes and excellent condition.

Winner all right, winner all right as have-a go Frank Byrnes completes horse racing challenge

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A love of horse riding, nurtured in his younger days growing up in Oranmore and continued with the Galway Blazers, reached its pinnacle last week when Frank Byrnes completed the Corinthian horse racing challenge in aid of the Irish Injured Jockeys Fund.

Nostalgic ‘Friends’ quiz takes centre stage at the Prince Bar

Save the date! Your old friends are calling. The perennially popular Prince Bar, Athlone, hosts a trivia night based on the iconic 90s comedy show, ‘Friends’.


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