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Clybaun Hotel acquired in multi-million deal

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Well-known entrepreneur and experienced investor Tom O’Gorman has checked-in to Galway’s vibrant hotel market with the purchase of the Clybaun Hotel in Knocknacarra, in a deal valued in excess of €3m. The Hotel Clybaun was offered for sale on the instructions of the joint receivers, Patrick Dillon and Michael McAteer of Grant Thornton.

Wallace Concert DVD

A two-hour long DVD of the Wallace Bicentenary Gala Concert in St Muredach's Cathedral, Ballina, in September is now on sale in the Pastoral Centre and local shops, or from members of the committee (Margaret Harrison, Terry Reilly, Liam MacHale, Michael Hogan, Pat Diamond, Barry McLoughlin).

Ballina welcomes back rock star of 19th century

What has been described as ‘an exciting 10 days of rediscovery’ will be unveiled in Ballina from September 6 to 16 with the presentation of the Wallace Bicentenary Celebrations in the town.

Long lost links with north Mayo musical family restored

A discovery of great historical significance to the Ballina region has been unearthed following intensive world-wide research which has revealed the extraordinary musical talents of the Wallace family, who went on to entertain people throughout the world in the mid 19th century.

New NUI, Galway study finds clues to the nature of human intelligence

A new study by an NUI Galway researcher has found clues to the nature of human intelligence.

Ideas talks are set to Ignite the West

Ignite the West, an exciting networking event showcasing new ideas and thinking in areas of design, technology, and business, is set to take place on Friday September 10 at Galway’s newest community space 091 Labs at 8pm.

Football championship quarter-finals down for decision this weekend

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Caltra the form team

The best game of the weekend by far was the enthralling encounter of Caltra and an improved Tuam Stars. The game had everything and provided superb entertainment.

Croke Park museum tour to reflect on the events of Bloody Sunday

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This Sunday, November 22 will mark approximately 89 years since the events of Bloody Sunday, a day when events outside of the GAA brought politics into the heart of the association.

Tuam Stars are genuine contenders for title

Of the four championship games that I saw last weekend the best game by far with the best standard of football and fitness from both teams was Tuam Stars against Micheal Beathnach’s.

 

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