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Down will test Downey’s ladies

Galway’s Quincentennial, 1984

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On January 1 1984, President Patrick Hillery officially launched the Quincentennial, a year long celebration of 500 years of civic independence unique in western Europe. In 1484, a number of Galwegian merchants persuaded King Richard III to grant the city a charter which made the town a mayoral city. In the same year Pope Innocent VIII granted them the power to nominate their own warden and priests.

Galway Trades Council calls for Yes vote on Children’s Referendum

A Yes vote on Saturday in the Children’s Referendum will lead to better child protection and improve the family law system by ensuring the courts make more ‘child-centered’ decisions.

Ashe Road, sixty years

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An important stage in Galway’s housing drive was reached in 1952 when the Minister for Local Government, Mr P Smith, opened three housing schemes comprising 142 new houses, 12 at Ballybrit, 30 in the Claddagh, and 100 in Shantalla.

Maryland have that bit extra to claim historic intermediate title

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Westmeath IFC final replay

 

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