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Westmeath cyclists urged to get on their bike for Down Syndrome Ireland

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Down Syndrome Ireland’s Westmeath branch is calling on cyclists to get on their bikes alongside Irish cycling legend Stephen Roche for a unique cycling tour around Leinster, all the while raising much-needed funds for the charity.

Join the giro for mental health

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Jigsaw is looking for cyclists to become a giro hero by siging up for its epic three-day, 470km charity cycle tour of Ireland.

Jaguar F-Pace wins World Car of the Year

The Road to World Car journey ended today with the declaration of a double win for Jaguar Land Rover. The Jaguar F-Pace won the 2017 World Car Design of the Year award as well as the overall 2017 World Car of the Year.

Jaguar F-Pace wins World Car of the Year

The Road to World Car journey ended today with the declaration of a double win for Jaguar Land Rover. The Jaguar F-Pace won the 2017 World Car Design of the Year award as well as the overall 2017 World Car of the Year.

Mercedes-Benz E-Class keeps on winning top awards

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The Mercedes-Benz E-Class just keeps on collecting major awards.

Porsche Boxster Cayman wins 2017 World Performance Car

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The Porsche Boxster Cayman has won the 2017 World Performance Car, announced at the New York International Auto Show.

New Costa Coffee opens in Eyre Square Centre

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Great news for coffee lovers! Costa Coffee, Europe’s favourite coffee house, has opened their second store in Galway creating 12 new jobs in Galway. Their first store in the city was opened at 21 Quay Street. The new Costa at Eyre Square offers all the top quality Costa drinks, food and products including Coffee Club – a points based reward scheme offering lots of free products.

A sporting collection of poetry

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PACKIE BONNER'S famous save at Italia 90, and the enjoyment of playing Gaelic football, have inspired some of the poems in Evidence of Freewheeling, the debut collection from Trevor Conway.

Return of the anchorman

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It’s been three and a half years since I left Galway. The winding streets, the salty winds and icy rain that blew life and excitement into your lungs were beginning to wane for a whole generation. I had spent three years at NUIG flitting between Drama Soc and Flirt FM radio, and in between squeezing out a bachelor’s degree in English and Classics together with a diploma in Irish. We came in as “freshers” just when the Celtic Tiger was unleashing its final booming roar, Rag Week and campus life were electric and Galway was alive. 

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