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Defamation case settled by businessman and councillor

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The defamation case between a Galway businessman and a city councillor resulted in a settlement being reached at Galway courthouse yesterday.

Corofin have it all to do against Antrim’s St Gall’s

Corofin have been down this road a few times before, and they will know they face a stiff test against Antrim champions St Gall’s on Sunday at Parnell Park (2.30pm) if they are to advance to the All-Ireland club final on St Patrick’s Day.

Students too strong for Milltown in Tuam

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Pub noise keeps language students awake, court hears

The owner of a language school has been losing business because excessive noise emanating from a late night bar next door has been disrupting students’ sleep, the Galway District Court heard this week after an objection was made to the renewal of a publican’s licence.

Twenty years not out

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Twenty years is a long time in any individual’s journey through life. And 1989 seems like a different planet compared to some of the advances and negatives that we have experienced in the country over the past two decades.

Winning is what matters to Corofin

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A decade on and the passion for the game burns as bright as ever in Corofin. It is hard to fathom that it is 10 and a half years since Ray Silke climbed the Hogan Stand steps breathing life back into Galway football as Corofin were crowned All Ireland club kings on a nippy St Patrick’s afternoon in Drumcondra.

Connacht club football final will be a tight affair

Corofin’s manager this season, Ger Keane, has been involved with Corofin football in different capacities for the past 30 years or more.

Connacht club final will be a tight affair

Corofin’s manager this season, Ger Keane, has been involved with Corofin football in different capacities for the past 30 years or more.

Corofin hopeful of collecting fifth Connacht title

It is ironic that when the GAA headlines in the national newspapers last Sunday and Monday were all to do with the Gaelic Players Association coming under the umbrella of the larger GAA body, and how that new co-existence will be for the betterment of the county player, that the successful club players still have to get out and put on the best displays they can deliver in the height of winter.

Three key duels to Sunday’s Connacht final

Tom Parsons (Charlestown) v Greg Higgins (Corofin)

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