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Snow and ice cannot deter the Mayo faithful

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When I woke last Sunday morning at 6.30am to find an inch of frozen snow covering the entire landscape around Charlestown I immediately thought there was no way I could travel to Killarney in these conditions, but I had to as I had the radio equipment in the boot of my car and without it no live broadcast of the much anticipated game could take place.

Controversy continues over proposed cost of new county council chamber

The substantial cost of renovating Galway County Council’s public chamber was raised again at this week’s local authority meeting. It is estimated the work which is currently under way at County Buildings will cost in the region of €450,000. It had initially been estimated that the extension and upgrade works would cost substantially less at around €200,000.

Gerry Kennedy’s new charity single for GROW and Pieta House

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GERRY KENNEDY, the Galway singer-songwriter is launching his new single ‘Don’t Turn Out The Light’ today at 5.45pm in OMG Zhivago, Shop Street.

Canavan qualifies for world champs

Galway athlete Neasa Canavan has secured a place in the Ironman World Championships which take place in Hawaii next year.

Up to sixty jobs expected to go at Tuam company

Staff at contact lens manufacturer Transitions Optical have been warned that the Tuam-based company is facing up to 60 job losses.

New motorway will improve access to Knock Airport

Ireland West Airport Knock welcomed the announcement by the Government of the construction of a new motorway between the towns of Gort and Tuam, which when complete will provide improved access and shorter journey times between Galway and Ireland West Airport Knock.

Forty per cent rise in ‘drop-in’ callers to city domestic violence refuge

The number of women who “dropped in” to a city based domestic violence service without a prior appointment seeking information and support, was up by almost 40 per cent last year, according to new figures, released this week.

Coyne Tyres, a family run business

The Coyne family name is synonymous with the tyre industry in Ireland. For four generations the Coyne family have been serving their customers. The Coyne family first started in the tyre business in Kilkelly in 1947 when John Coyne opened his garage. His son Pat Coyne snr went on from there to work for Fit Kilkenny Remould as a representative on the road selling tyres to the same garages.

Coyne Tyres, a family run business

The Coyne family name is synonymous with the tyre industry in Ireland. For four generations the Coyne family have been serving their customers. The Coyne family first started in the tyre business in Kilkelly in 1947 when John Coyne opened his garage. His son Pat Coyne snr went on from there to work for Fit Kilkenny Remould as a representative on the road selling tyres to the same garages.

The Outlet Tuam celebrates one year in business

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With top American designer labels, great value for money, and excellent service, the Outlet Tuam has built up a strong reputation and will celebrate the milestone of one year in business by holding a customer appreciation night on Friday November 29 next.

 

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