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Portumna qualify for All-Ireland final against newcomers

Portumna hurlers are back in yet another All-Ireland club final and will face Mount Leinster (Carlow) on St Patrick's Day.

Corofin into fourth consecutive county football final

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Corofin have been the most consistent club side at senior level in Galway football for the past 20 years. They have won the Frank Fox Cup on 10 occasions since 1991 and they will be hoping to continue that rich winning vein when they play Salthill, Mountbellew/Moylough or Tuam Stars in the 2011 final. Despite the backlog of games, the final is still pencilled in for October 23.

Local democracy? It’s just a myth

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“The problem of power is how to achieve its responsible use rather than its irresponsible and indulgent use - of how to get men of power to live for the public rather than off the public - Robert F Kennedy

Local democracy? It’s just a myth

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“The problem of power is how to achieve its responsible use rather than its irresponsible and indulgent use - of how to get men of power to live for the public rather than off the public - Robert F Kennedy

Game, set, match for O Brolchain

Local politicians competed with local sport stars and some of Galway’s finest tennis players at a special Pro-Celeb Tennis Tournament to mark the Galway Lawn Tennis Club’s Open Day at the weekend.

Galway's Cheltenham Experience — From the agony to the ecstacy

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The Owners

To the waters and the wild with Stornoway

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WHEN THE English folk-pop/indie band Stornoway play the Róisín Dubh on Saturday April 17 at 8pm, it will be akin to a homecoming for vocalist Brian Briggs, who spent childhood summers with his grandfather in the lakes and mountains of Connemara.

Captain Smith ready to let Portumna’s hurling do the talking

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“Over the past few years we, as a panel of players, have made the life choice to devote ourselves completely to hurling and the effort that has gone in has been huge.”

Captain Smith ready to let Portumna’s hurling do the talking

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Talking to Portumna captain Leo Smith is like charging a mobile phone.

Could John Connolly be Ó Cuív’s successor?

As is traditional nowadays, the various political parties converge on a chosen hotel at an appropriate venue prior to the recommencement of Dáil hostilities.

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