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The Cost Plus phenomenon

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Cost Plus Sofas, which now has 23 megastores nationwide, appears to be bucking the recession trend. The company’s Galway store is located in the Terryland Retail Park facing the main Headford Road.

Avondale owners on the run as saga deepens

There has been another twist in the unfolding tale of Kilkenny’s Avondale Nursing Home, which was permanently closed this week by the Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA).

Cookery demo in fully working Crafstmas Furniture kitchen a great success

The recent cookery demonstration held at Craftsman Furniture in Foxford proved a great success with customers travelling from far and wide to attend. All left very impressed and Craftsman Furniture crew now extend thanks to all who supported them on the night, and to Karen who did the demonstration. This was the first demonstration for Craftsman Furniture in its newly refurbished showroom. Craftsman Furniture intends to organise further demonstrations in the fully equipped working kitchen.

Two hundred works to go under the hammer at weekend art auction

Dolan’s Art Auctions will return to the Marriott Hotel, Galway, this Sunday, when more than 200 paintings will go under the hammer at the new earlier start time of 3pm. As always, this is likely to be a very popular and well received event.

Quality kitchens at Craftsman Furniture Ltd

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Located in Foxford, the family run Craftsman Furniture Ltd is the one-stop store for beautifully handcrafted wood fittings for your home.

Train the Trainer

Galway’s premier subsidised training organisation, Galway Executive Skillnet(GES,) is offering a four-day Train the Trainer course at highly competitive prices.

Next up Drogheda, but all eyes on Tuesday’s play-off

It has been a strange League of Ireland season and Galway United will hope to conclude the campaign by registering two victories in the next week to preserve their top-flight status.

Connor needs to rebuild confidence for visit to Santry

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Galway United manager Sean Connor has accepted that a relegation play-off with Bray Wanderers is inevitable, but insists tomorrow’s trip to the Morton Stadium in Santry for a clash against Sporting Fingal carries importance as the Tribesmen seek an injection of confidence.

Points must be pocketed as United head to Oriel Park

The last month of the League of Ireland season is usually packed with significant matches for Galway United and that is exactly the case again this year as Sean Connor’s charges face a crucial contest at Oriel Park tomorrow against Dundalk.

United must return to Tallaght with Geraghty in goal

Returning to the scene of a crime frequently brings trouble so Galway United will be especially anxious to take some sort of dividend from tomorrow’s trip to Tallaght for another clash with table-toppers Shamrock Rovers.


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