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‘Proud’ Moate man Colm Murray laid to rest

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RTÉ sports broadcaster, and “proud Moate man” Colm Murray was laid to rest in St Fintan’s cemetery in Sutton, Co Dublin yesterday, August 1, after losing his three-year battle with motor neurone disease on Tuesday.

Ballinasloe meeting to highlight suicide prevention services in the region

In the 28 years that Gerry Roche has been a member of the Garda Siocána he has seen the fallout from many suicides and attempted suicides.

Marine Institute singing group strike winning note at Choirfactor Competition

The Marine Institute Singers were singing on high after emerging victorious in the inaugural Galway Choirfactor Competition which took place in the Radisson Blu Hotel on Friday April 12. Organised by the Corrib Lions Club as a fundraising initiative for Kilcuan Retreat Centre in Clarinbridge, the event attracted a capacity audience of more than 700 people.

High stakes and high notes as choirs face-off in Choirfactor

An estimated 150 singers are registered to perform this Friday April 12 on the Radisson Blu Hotel’s live lounge stage in the Choirfactor competition - a charity event organised by the Corrib Lions Club. Six entrants spanning the business, health, and sporting sector of Galway will engage in a ‘sing-off’ and all funds gathered on the night will be donated to the Kilcuan retreat and healing centre, Clarinbridge.

First Choirfactor competition to take place at Radisson Live Lounge

Choirs from six Galway based companies and organisations will battle it out at Galway’s first Choirfactor competition which takes place next month in the Radisson Blu Hotel’s Live Lounge on Friday April 12.

Radio auction tomorrow to help Lions Club help 750 local families

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At Christmas time, Galway Lions Club provides Christmas vouchers for 750 needy families and individuals. To fund this, the club completes a number of large fundraisers in the Galway area in the lead up to Christmas. The two largest are the supermarket collections and the radio auction.

Fear of stigma forces HIV positive people to stay silent

Most HIV positive people are forced to remain tight lipped about their condition because of fear of stigma and discrimination, it was claimed this week.

Mullingar to take on Spiderman and New York for new world record

Mullingar is to face one of the biggest challenges in its near millennium and a half of history in a fortnight’s time when it takes on the might of Spiderman and New York city in an attempt to break four world records in one day.

Message in a Bottle launched in Claremorris

Last night (Thursday) Claremorris and District Lions Club launched their new community project named Message in a Bottle.

Join the Roses for an evening of entertainment in Westport

The Carlton Hotel Group as a major sponsor of the 53rd International Rose of Tralee Festival has invited the 32 Roses to Westport, and its local hotel, the Carlton Atlantic Coast Hotel, which will host the Roses during their stay from August 15 to 16. This is the first time that the final 32 Roses will visit Westport as part of the welcoming tour to Ireland.


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