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The running man

The year 1984 was significant in Irish athletics. It was the year of the Summer Olympics held in Los Angeles. Ireland's John Treacy made history winning silver in the marathon in 2:09:56 - Ireland's 13th Olympic athletics medal. In the 1984 games too it was the first time a women's marathon had been held - Joan Benoit (USA) won in 2:24:52. Just four years before the Dublin Marathon was held for the first time.

Superb Renmore bungalow on the market

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John Quinn & Co has just received instructions to offer for sale No 55 Renmore Road, Galway. This property, known as Prague, is a lovely bungalow situated in one of the most sought after residential areas in Galway.

‘It is unfortunately the case that it rains’

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Most people were unsure how to take the arrival at the Galway Races in 1828 of the handsome Prince Hermann Ludwig Heinrich von Puckler- Muskau. Especially when they heard that he was looking for a wealthy wife.

Contemporary, cool and chic

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I was lucky enough recently to be invited to spend a night at The g Hotel in Galway.

Keith McDonald to launch new album

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JAZZ AND swing singer Keith McDonald releases his new album Vida this month, ahead of shows in the Caribbean, Shanghai in March, and Irish shows in May.

The weekend in Mayo

Your guide to what’s on this weekend in Mayo including jiving, weddings, folk rock, opera, genealogy and the journey of an arctic buoy.

From Norway to Galway

A POTENTIALLY fascinating play awaits theatre goers to An Taibhdhearc on Saturday September 21 at 8pm, when a Norwegian theatre company takes to the stage.

NUI Galway spin-off company scoops major international tender

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Qpercom, a spin-off company from NUI, Galway, which specialises in providing high-tech solutions for practical examinations, has won a major tender with the National University of Singapore.

NUI Galway spin-off company scoops major international tender

Qpercom, a spin-off company from NUI, Galway, which specialises in providing high-tech solutions for practical examinations, has won a major tender with the National University of Singapore.

Laurent Binet - Heydrich, history, and me

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AT ITS heart, HHhH, the debut work of French journalist Laurent Binet, is about Reinhard Heydrich – head of the Gestapo and criminal police in the Third Reich, deputy leader of the SS, and Protector of Bohemia and Moravia, administering the Nazi occupation of what is now the Czech Republic – and Operation Anthropoid, the British backed plot to assassinate him.

 

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