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Online Gambling: Is It Safe?

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As more people look to online sources of entertainment, the demand for these services continues to grow exponentially. In 2019 alone, online gaming revenue exceeded £200 billion – making it more of a valuable industry overall than virtually any other corporation or entity. Because of this rapid growth, a wide variety of online gaming proprietors, developers and solutions have emerged to fill this demand.

Studying the impact of the pandemic on Gaelic Games

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“It was interesting that the editors of this collection - they are American, UK based - and the responses we were getting as we were sending in drafts that it was so different to anything else that they were encountering in any other national context,” NUIG academic Dr Seán Crosson says about a study compiled alongside Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick lecturer Dr Marcus Free.

Studying impact of the pandemic on Gaelic games

“It was interesting that the editors of this collection - they are American, UK based - and the responses we were getting as we were sending in drafts that it was so different to anything else that they were encountering in any other national context,” NUIG academic Dr Seán Crosson says about a study compiled alongside Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick lecturer Dr Marcus Free.

Online Gambling: Is It Safe?

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As more people look to online sources of entertainment, the demand for these services continues to grow exponentially. In 2019 alone, online gaming revenue exceeded £200 billion – making it more of a valuable industry overall than virtually any other corporation or entity. Because of this rapid growth, a wide variety of online gaming proprietors, developers and solutions have emerged to fill this demand.

Galwayman Ciaran Stewart wins major Midlands business award

Galway’s Ciaran Stewart has been selected as the Tullamore & District Chamber Business Person of the Year. He received the award for outstanding achievement in service, operations, marketing and public relations.

An Bearna

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In 1928, Galway Urban Council prosecuted a Mr James McHugh from Bohermore for failing to comply with a notice requiring him to remove his butcher’s stall at Kingshill, Salthill, on the grounds that he had built it without authority, beyond the alignment of the adjacent houses. In fact, Mr McHugh had already sent the council a letter requesting permission to build the stall but those on the council were not yet aware of their powers at the time, and their solicitors had advised them that they, the council, did not have any control over the erection of such structures. Though they did not approve of the stall, they had failed to notify Mr McHugh. The case went in and out of court but the stall stayed where it was.

Kilkenny will challenge Galway's hopes of second successive camogie crown

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Galway camogie players defend their All Ireland title on Saturday night (7pm) when they once again come up against Kilkenny in Croke Park.

Town Mayor formally welcomes completion of Assumption Road drainage works

The completion of much needed drainage works on Assumption Road has been formally welcomed by Town Mayor, Cllr Aengus O'Rourke.

Buccaneers competitive provincial fixtures formally suspended

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The Government has removed the exemption for club championship matches from Level 5 of their ‘Plan for living with Covid-19’.

Galway produce five-goal win over Wexford to start title defence

Champions Galway enjoyed a strong start in defence of their All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship crown last weekend.

 

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