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Footballers drawn with Armagh away

The Galway footballers have been drawn away to Armagh next weekend, July 11/12, in round two of the All-Ireland football qualifiers.

Catholics searching for love still turning to Knock Marriage service

Despite the rise in popularity of online dating services such as Plenty of Fish and Tinder, a sizeable number of Catholics in search of love are still opting instead for the matchmaking services of Knock Marriage Introductions.

Westmeath pub retains listing in 2015 Michelin guide

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Popular Westmeath pub, the Fatted Calf in Glasson, has retained its listing in the new-look 2015 Michelin Eating Out In Pubs guide, just published.

Mayo has low claim rate

Mayo has one of the lowest personal injury claim rates in the country, according to the latest figures released by the Injuries Board.

An Taoiseach attends opening day at Mayo’s first Educate Together school

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An Taoiseach Enda Kenny went back to school on Monday, when he attended the very first day of school in Newtownwhite Educate Together national school. The school, which is located just outside of Ballina, was re-assigned as an Educate Together school from its former patronage of the Church of Ireland.

‘The nooks and crannies of the human condition’

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WHERE DO you start when representing the human figure? This is the question six artists explore in a new exhibitionin the Galway Arts Centre.

More than one third of burglars use closed window

A new AA survey has revealed of Galway respondants 14 per cent have been the victims of burglaries in the last six, or more, years, and that 35.4 per cent said access was gained through a closed window.

Mayo has third sharpest increase in commencement applications

The latest edition of the National Housing Construction Index compiled and issued by Link2Plans (www.link2plans.com) illustrates that Mayo has the third sharpest increase in planning commencements, however planning applications in the county continue to fall.

Mayo has third sharpest increase in commencement applications

The latest edition of the National Housing Construction Index compiled and issued by Link2Plans (www.link2plans.com) illustrates that Mayo has the third sharpest increase in planning commencements, however planning applications in the county continue to fall.

West of Ireland likely to lose EU seat

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Galway, and the west of Ireland generally, is likely to be the area of the State most at risk of losing an EU seat before the next European elections, which take place in 2014.

 

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