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Sports Direct soon to become new anchor tenant at Athlone Towncentre
Athlone Towncentre has announced another significant boost for the local economy with the confirmation that Sports Direct, Europe’s biggest retailer of sports and fitness footwear, clothing and equipment, will become a new anchor tenant in Q2/Q3 of this year.
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Solo Artists Jack J. Alexander and Wornoc Set the Stage for New Event at Monroe’s Live
A new emo, pop punk and metal club night at Monroe’s Live is set to introduce west of Ireland fans to two emerging Irish artists who are making waves on the alt-rock scene. The Absent club night on Friday, February 24 includes live performances by Dubliner, Conor Walsh, and Galway-based alt-hip hop musician, Jack J. Alexander.
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Burglary in Craughwell
Planning decisions need to come back to local authorities, says Cheevers
Refusing decisions for projects that would create thousands of jobs on the city’s east side, while granting permission for a ‘montrosity’ in a car park on Westside are reasons why planning decisions need to come back to local authorities.
New regulations will require electric vehicle recharging infrastructure at new homes
The Minister for Housing, Local Government and Heritage, Darragh O’Brien, has announced new building regulations that will require Electric Vehicle (EV) recharging infrastructure be installed in new homes to enable future installation of EV recharging points.
Buccaneers strive to maintain pivotal position as St Mary’s College provide AIL opposition
Galwegians RFC, one hundred years
It is fairly certain that rugby football was being played in Galway before the formation of the IRFU, but the lack of surviving minutes of meetings or records makes it difficult to pinpoint the actual beginnings of some clubs. We know that in 1886 there were four clubs in existence, Queen’s College (now UG), The Grammar School, Galway Town, and Old Galwegians. These latter two clubs amalgamated in the 1909/10 season and called themselves Galway Town. They were a successful club. World War I and its aftermath ruled out competitive rugby but in the resumption, in 1921/22 they again won the senior cup and then, for some reason, decided to change the name again, this time to Galwegians RFC.
Huge artisan talent available in Tiny Traders Village this Saturday
The long wait for the return of Tiny Traders Village is over, as the ‘welcoming village of inspired craftsmanship’ returns to the city for the first time since 2019.
'I can't just sit here and watch it anymore, I have to do something'
Ballybrit native Grace Kennedy has raised over €70,000 and organised aid, transport, accommodation and support to those fleeing the conflict, finding homes for 5,000 Ukrainians in Ireland.