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Funeral of Cornafulla crash victim to take place on Sunday

Gardaí are still appealing for witnesses after a 49-year-old woman died in a car accident in Cornafulla on Monday. 

Acoustic blues gig

HARD DRIVING acoustic blues band One Horse Pony will make their Galway debut when they play Kelly's Bridge Street, tomorrow night.

Galway Judo Club celebrates with Olympic head

The president of the Olympic Council of Ireland, Mr Pat Hickey, will be a special guest at the Galway Open Judo Tournament this weekend.

Baile an Salsa - town and country

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BAILE AN Salsa, the exciting Galway based Irish trad/Latin music fusion band, play two shows across Galway city and county over the coming week.

City must be ‘happy’ with toe-tapping video

In the 10 years this month since Facebook was founded - initially among students at Harvard University - it has become an accepted and acceptable worldwide media tool.

GMIT students mourn the tragic loss of Sara and Dace

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The funerals of the two young GMIT students who were killed in a fire in a student residence in Belgium will take place in the coming days as family, classmates, friends, and staff of the technical institute mourn the tragic loss together in Galway.

Mayo women awarded as unsung heros

Two Mayo women were among 90 workers honoured for their dedication at the 2014 Going the Extra Mile (GEM) Awards, last Friday. GEM Awards recognise the valuable contribution of employees involved in workplace supports such as cleaning, catering, security, pest control, and property services.

Mayo women awarded as unsung heros

Two Mayo women were among 90 workers honoured for their dedication at the 2014 Going the Extra Mile (GEM) Awards, last Friday. GEM Awards recognise the valuable contribution of employees involved in workplace supports such as cleaning, catering, security, pest control, and property services.

Portwest expects to create fifty new jobs out of Gulf deal

The recent trade mission to the Gulf states of Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and the United Arab Emirates by An Taoiseach Enda Kenny and Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton saw good news for Mayo with the announcement of a deal involving Westport based Portwest. The company which specialises in the design and manufacture of high performance work wear has recently established a distribution centre in the UAE, where it services the Middle East and African markets. This new deal is expected to create up to 50 new jobs in the company headquarters in Westport.

Over The Edge

THE FIRST Over The Edge: Open Reading of 2014 takes place in the Galway City Library on Thursday January 23 at 6.30pm.

 

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