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Galway senior camogie players head to Bruff on Saturday for their third Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Championship clash (5pm).
The 2017 Road Safety Performance Index by the European Transport Safety Council (ETSC) shows that Ireland has moved up from fifth to fourth place in the EU Member State rankings for road safety.
Fourteen additional special needs assistants will be hired in Westmeath schools come this September.
With respect to the FBD league Mayo's season kicks off in earnest this Sunday when they travel to Clones to take on Monaghan in the first round of the National Football League. The FBD was somewhat of a calamitous affair this year with the weather playing puck with fixtures resulting in postponements and last minute cancellations. The decision to call off the Mayo v Galway game at the 11th hour the most frustrating postponement, as almost 3,000 spectators had gathered in Baltic conditions in Elverys MacHale Park. Most wondered why the decision was not made earlier. That re-fixture meant Mayo of course had to play three games in five days, two of which were lost while the other was a draw. Amazingly last weekend Mayo's game went ahead against Sligo albeit after a venue change. It was the only inter county game that took place last Sunday.
A Galway man has been awarded a Road Safety Authority Leading Lights Approved Driving Instructor (Car) award for 2017.
New research by Liberty Insurance suggests nearly three in four Irish drivers (74 per cent) do not feel confident when driving in poor weather conditions.
All-Ireland Premier Junior champions Westmeath have received four nominations for this year’s Soaring Stars Awards, sponsored by Liberty Insurance.
Galway are through to the senior camogie championship quarter-finals where they will face Tipperary in Semple Stadium on Saturday August 5.
parks such as Walt Disney World, Universal Orlando Resort, and SeaWorld, fun is literally around every corner in Orlando; I had the pleasure of experiencing Universal Orlando in May for the first time and it will definitely not be my last.
HER SURNAMES are Irish, her parentage is Afro-Carribean, she grew up with Seventh Day Adventists, and she is an LGBT writer; Yrsa Daley-Ward is a one-woman rainbow coalition. This month, Cúirt audiences can savour her exhilaratingly raw and sensual writing when she reads at the Town Hall Theatre.