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The bond is strong as intermediates prepare to embrace pressure

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When it comes to sport there is a very simple formula; a winning team is a happy team and a happy team is only achieved when the players know the person beside them will leave it all out on the pitch from the first whistle to the last.

Large detached home with great potential in Moycullen

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This beautiful architecturally designed five bedroom detached family home is close to the centre of Moycullen village, about 10km west of Galway city. It was built in 2008 with the brief of maximising the elevated views of Lough Corrib.

Discover the soothing qualities of Dead Sea salt with Francis Soap Shop.

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There is only one place on earth where carnallite salt crystals forms on beaches - the Dead Sea.

Presidents and captains' day prizes take centre stage

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The Summer sun shone and there was plenty of good scoring around Mayo last weekend.

Extinction Rebellion ‘tide markings’ show where water levels may rise to

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A series of ‘tide markings’ have been painted on walls on parts of Galway city centre by the Extinction Rebellion group to “illustrate where the sea levels will reach” should warnings from climate scientists not be heeded.

Could watchful eyes discourage littering, or even dog fouling?

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A number of young people from two youth groups in Galway city, the Cape Youth Project and Westside Youth Project, took part in a new anti-litter initiative recently.

Pesticide exceedances on the rise in Mayo

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Exceedances in pesticides are on the increase across Mayo with exceedances detected during 2018 in the Westport Public Water Supply, Newport Water Supply Scheme, Louisburgh Water Supply Scheme and Kiltimagh Water Supply Scheme.

O'Reilly demands council take action on dog fouling

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"Every pavement, every park, is covered with dog excrement in various states of decomposition. It’s not acceptable and the council needs to act.” This is the view of the Green Party's Pauline O'Reilly.

 

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