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McHugh is ready to raise the greens flag in Mayo

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The Green Party in Mayo have never really made a dent when the votes have been counted up in general elections in the past; going back over the past five general elections in the county the party have been able to muster a total of just 3,082 first preference votes - the single best performance by a candidate for the party in those elections came back in 1997 when Ann Crowley got 938 number ones or 1.5 per cent of the total.

St. Peters remain on course to retain league title

BALLINASLOE TOWN 0 ST. PETERS 2

Looking at the life of Walter Macken

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WALTER MACKEN was one of the finest writers to emerge from the west of Ireland in the 20th century, and one of the most popular, but in recent decades his work has fallen into neglect.

Des Bishop at the Linenhall

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Comedian Des Bishop brings his latest show Mia Mamma to the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Thursday February 13 at 8pm. The show is inspired by the 'star' of his life, his mother, who died in March 2019.

President Higgins to open Galway 2020 next month

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Uachtarán na hÉireann, Michael D Higgins, will officially inaugurate Galway 2020 at the European Capital of Culture's opening ceremony on Saturday, February 8, in South Park, the Claddagh.

St Nicholas’ to mark seven centuries in style

St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church - an icon of Galway city and one of its finest historic buildings - will celebrate its 700th anniversary this year, and it plans to mark this extraordinary milestone in some style.

St Nicholas’ to celebrate 700th anniversary

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St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church - an icon of Galway city and one of its finest historic buildings - will celebrate its 700th anniversary this year, and it plans to mark this extraordinary milestone in some style.

Higgins calls for increased disability facilities in city

At the last Council meeting of the year, Councillor Clodagh Higgins proposed a motion calling for Galway City Council to undertake a feasibility study to provide for a Changing Places Accessible facility in the city.

Beautifully appointed in Rosan Glas

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O'Donnellan & Joyce is offering for sale a stunning four bedroom semidetached residence on the west side of Galway city on the Rahoon Road. Rosan Glas is a beautiful development of homes which overlook manicured green areas and stunning landscaping.

New Tidy Towns flower display launched in Ballinrobe

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Ballinrobe’s Tidy Towns organisation recently launched a new flower display in front of the local Garda station.

 

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