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Galway United is putting the finishing touches to its squad ahead of their return to the Premier League.
Galway's high-energy folk, trad, and rock collective The Amazing Apples will hit the stage at Monroe's Live next Friday, January 26, at 10pm.
A new public art commission is set to be unveiled at the Tubber Hill housing development in Westport next week. All is Well, a visual art installation by Cathal McCarthy and commissioned by Mayo County Council Arts Service, will be officially launched at on Saturday October 7 2pm by Damien McGlynn, director of CREATE. All are welcome and refreshments will be provided.
Last year, over 742,000 people attended more than 1,700 Culture Night activities. This year, the 18th Culture Night programme will take place on September 22nd, and the events ‘coming of age’ promises an even bigger explosion of colour, music, dance and art on the streets of our towns and cities.
Connacht golfers are in action next week at the Interprovincial Championships hosted by Moyvalley. Bridgestone Order of Merit leader David Shiel (Enniscrone) will lead the Connacht Men’s side wh
Connacht golfers are in action next week at the Interprovincial Championships hosted by Moyvalley.
It might not have had as much on the line as their meeting in the Mayo GAA Senior Football Championship semi-final last year, but Castlebar Mitchels and Westport gave the culminating game of the Mayo GAA Senior Football League the ending the competition deserved last Saturday evening in Hastings Insurance MacHale Park.
Bus Éireann Ireland’s national bus company, is encouraging Athlone and Midlands region passengers to take the bus when travelling to Ireland West Airport Knock this summer.
A plan to re-open the Mayo-Galway railway line was warmly welcomed this week, however, a petition to turn it into a Greenway has also been lodged - on the basis the rail route could take years to materialise.
With Ballina riding high as it reaches the half way point of its 300th year celebrations, following a succession of events including the annual festival on the Moy, the Connacht Fleadh, the Mini Marathon, not to mention the visit by US President Joe Biden - and now this week - further celebrations following a series of Grade A marks in an assessment of the town by Irish Business Against Litter, Ballina has become the place to be for tourists in Mayo - according to local councillors.