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New opportunities at Boston Scientific Galway

Boston Scientific is an innovative medical device company that is dedicated to transforming patients’ lives. The company is investing in its state-of-the-art 52-acre campus in Ballybrit, Galway, with a wide range of roles available across manufacturing engineering, quality, r&d, new product development, quality design assurance, software engineering, production and many other areas.

Appreciating greatness in our midst

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A sense of belonging is essential in life because it places us in a grouping or place that we hope will allow us to share moments of joy and collegiality. It enables us to appreciate support when there is sadness and loss. It makes us do unusual things in the name of being part of a tribe or a gang. We stand on muddy sidelines and roar on the teams in our colours; we stay up late to watch a rowing race across the other side of the world because we do so with hope, knowing that there will either be elation or disappointment at the end of it. We consume culture that means something to us and which gives us a little gift of wisdom at the end of each performance.

Joy at Olympic glory for Galway rowers

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Champagne was popped and joyous tears were flowing in Moycullen and Furbo villages last night to celebrate Galway's two Olympic medallists who were part of the never-say-die women's coxless fours team that had the nation on the edge of its seat early on Wednesday morning.

Joe Canning retires from inter-county hurling

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Joe Canning announced his retirement from inter-county hurling yesterday.

Too little too late as Galway comeback falls just short in Thurles thriller

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Waterford 1-30 Galway 3-20

Galway's championship hurling hopes on the line against Waterford

Second chances are now a thing of the past as the All-Ireland senior hurling championship ramps up a notch this weekend. Galway and Waterford prepare to lock horns for a coveted quarter-final place on Saturday afternoon in Semple Stadium (2pm).

Galway hurlers' improving form continues

A highly satisfactory National League campaign concluded for Galway with a 3-25 to 2-22 victory over Cork on Sunday that saw Shane O’Neill’s men top Group A and, for now, claim the joint winners tag with Kilkenny.

All to play for as Cork are next up for Galway hurlers

Having seen off Waterford last Sunday in some style, Galway still have a decent chance of claiming top spot in division 1A, and perhaps a place in a decider further down the road, when they travel to take on Cork in Páirc Uí Chaoimh on Sunday (1.45pm).

Galway's goal drought ended in style as they see off Waterford

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GALWAY 4-28 WATERFORD 3-23

Waterford clash provides O'Neill with ideal chance to settle on key combinations

The Galway senior hurlers will hopefully play their last game of the year behind closed doors this Sunday when Waterford visit Pearse Stadium (3.45pm).

 

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