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Town Mayor affords tribute to a much revered sporting icon

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Athlone Town Mayor has afforded special tribute to former Republic of Ireland international football manager and much revered sporting icon, Jack Charlton who died on Friday last.

Coronamona - the world’s first drama series on Zoom

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IT IS very likely the world’s first drama series produced entirely on Zoom, and it is the brainchild of Galwegians on lockdown in Clapham Common, Buckinghamshire, An Spideal, Salthill, and Tenerife.

Tubber GAA mourn the sad passing of club Life President

Betty Moran was born in Tinnamuck in 1948 to Maggie and Patsy Mcloughlin and in 1973 married Johnny Moran from Doon following which they had three children Liz, Mags and John.

Glenina still holds magic memories for Farragher

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Donnie Farragher chuckles when the highlight of a most rewarding 1993/94 campaign - overcoming Shamrock Rovers at the RDS - is mentioned.

Striving to maintain a sense of sporting routine in uncertain times


Beautiful five bedroom home superbly located on Ballymoneen Road

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This five bedroom detached home has recently been refurbished and offers an impressive family home in an excellent location on the Ballymoneen Road. Built in the early 1990s, No 1 Monalee Heights benefits from a west facing private rear garden with off street parking to the front.

Running aspiration is fulfilled as fundraising ambitions achieved


Modh Eile and Meals4Health — highlights of COPE Galway’s year

A most welcome development in 2019 was the construction work on our new state of the art domestic abuse facility, Modh Eile House, which took place throughout the year. The building will be ready to occupy in January 2020, when we will have more room and enhanced facilities in a building that is now suitable for women and their children to build a new future for themselves.

'We're confident enough to say, ‘Let’s see what happens''

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WHEN LANKUM take to the stage of the Róisín Dubh on New Year's Eve, they can look back on a year where they cemented their reputation as the most vital force currently at work in Irish folk and traditional music.

Monroe’s Late Bar & Music Venue turns 10 years old.

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Monroe’s has been a cornerstone in the Westend of Galway City since 1964. Originally, the ‘New Manhattan Bar’, John and Margaret Monroe returned from New York City to open the bar to great excitement as the first Galway bar to have table service, a ‘Ladies Lounge’ and a ‘Singing Lounge’.


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