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Galwegians back on track

After two unexpected losses, Galwegians found their winning form on Saturday in a tough battle with UL Bohemians in Thomond Park.

Galwegians need to get back on track

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Galwegians head to Limerick to face struggling UL Bohs on Saturday, but will not be taking anything for granted after suffering their third successive loss last weekend.

Jurys Inn announces fundraiser for Olympian and local Galway man

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Jurys Inn Galway will hold a fundraiser on Saturday December 20 for Galway man and Special Olympian Martin Diskin who is currently being treated in University Hospital Galway following a serious road accident.

Galwegians show no mercy

Galwegians continued their winning form at the top of division 1B with their sixth try bonus-point of the season.

Glassland and Patrick’s Day win Galway Film Fleadh awards

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GLASSLAND AND Patrick’s Day were declared the joint winners of the Best Irish Feature accolade during the Galway Film Fleadh awards ceremony which took place last night.

Senior business figures allow their brains to be picked at SCCUL mentoring event

A new structured mentoring initiative where the expertise of leading business figures in Galway will be shared with small businesses was launched last Friday in Ballybane Enterprise Centre. Over 40 senior figures from the city’s business and commercial sector gathered for a briefing breakfast to launch SCCUL Mentors- a mentoring programme which will provide pro bono (free) access to business expertise and wisdom. The mentoring programme will be coordinated by SCCUL Enterprises and advice will provided in the key areas of Business planning, Finance, Sales, IT, Marketing & PR, Training and Development , HR Quality, and Research & Development

Mayor’s traffic study shows public will abandon cars if services are provided

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Duo Vocis - Naughton and Costello are back

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DUO VOCIS, the popular vocal team of Seán Costello and Frank Naughton, bring their show, From Broadway to La Scala, back to the Town Hall Theatre for one night only.

Galway go to Semple Stadium for clash with Cork

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On Saturday night in Thurles a thrilling touch of the Irish sporting summer will be available as the All Ireland hurling championship is now in the long desired do-or-die phase. Whoever loses from here on in will be a mere afterthought in the tale of 2008 so there shouldn’t be any shortage of intensity or incentive.


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