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The sportling life of 2021

The Galway Camogie team received 12 nominations for this year’s All Stars. Congrats to Sarah Healy, Shauna Healy, Sarah Dervan, Dervla Higgins, Caitriona Cormican, Siobhán Gardiner, Emma Helebert, Niamh Kilkenny, Aoife Donohue, Siobhán McGrath, Orlaith McGrath, and Ailish O’Reilly. And the Galway manager Cathal Murray has been named the Manager of the Year. A mighty year’s work.

'Getting to Know...' Mandy Maher

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What is your idea of perfect happiness?

McCormack continues to lead by example

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One thing is certain when watching Galway United warm up or play matches: Conor McCormack will set and demand standards.

A Spanish view on the west of Ireland

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SPANISH ARTIST Elena Moreno explores the rugged landscapes of the West of Ireland, where she has lived for close to a decade, through her atmospheric paintings.

Carty extends Connacht playing career with new three year contract

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Athlone native and former Buccaneers rugby player, Jack Carty, has committed his long-term future to Connacht, signing a new three-year deal until 2025.

The French Revolution and the revolution in the Martin household

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On the afternoon of July 14 1789 a mob unleashed its fury and frustration by forcing an entry into the Bastille, a medieval armoury, fortress and political prison in the centre of Paris. In the short but bloody battle that ensued some 98 of the mob were killed, as were three officers of the guard. Three more were lynched, and Marquis de Launay, governor of the prison, and the local mayor, Prevot de Flesselles, who had pleaded for peace, were stabbed to death and beheaded. Although the prison contained only seven inmates at the time of the storming, it was seen as a symbol of the monarchy’s abuse of power. It was the flashpoint of the French Revolution.

Mica afflicted homes necessitate redress as supporters a welcome sight at sporting fixtures

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3,730 fewer jobs in drinks and hospitality industry in the West in 2022

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The drinks and hospitality industry is set to employ 140,000 people in 2022—40,000 fewer than in Q4 2019, the last pre-pandemic quarter, according to new analysis published by the Drinks Industry Group of Ireland (DIGI).

Job numbers in west’s drinks and hospitality industry to be impacted next year

The drinks and hospitality industry is set to employ 140,000 people in 2022—40,000 fewer than in Q4 2019, the last pre-pandemic quarter, according to new analysis published by the Drinks Industry Group of Ireland (DIGI).

Job numbers in west's drinks and hospitality industry to be impacted next year

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The drinks and hospitality industry is set to employ 140,000 people in 2022 - 40,000 fewer than in Q4 2019, the last pre-pandemic quarter, according to new analysis published by the Drinks Industry Group of Ireland.

 

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