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Exclusive property set on the edge of Galway Bay

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Built in the 19th century, The Coach House is situated on the edge of Galway Bay in an idyllic setting sheltered by the woodlands of Barna between Rusheen Bay and Silver Strand. A more pleasant location is hard to imagine.

Call for holiday home owners and vacant property owners to offer to house Ukrainian refugees

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A top official in Mayo County Council has asked for owners of holiday homes and vacant homes to come forward to offer their properties to home Ukrainian refugees who are coming to the county.

Stories of Hope and Recovery go on tour at Ballina Bus Station

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Expressway, Ireland’s premium inter-regional coach service, has partnered up with Grow Mental Health to raise awareness of mental health challenges.

Galway-based global software and payments giant ‘Planet’ announces 100 new jobs

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Global software and Payments leader, Planet, announces it will create 500 new jobs globally, over the coming months of which 100 will be based in Ireland. The new jobs in Ireland will be a blend of hybrid and remote working roles across a variety of sectors including Product Development, Technology and Finance and will be located in Galway, Kilkenny and Dublin.

Galway cheerleading club flying high for Ireland

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Irish Cheerleaders Stuntworx Elite Alliance, made up of athletes from Ireland and Northern Ireland train in Galway twice weekly, and will finally get to travel to Orlando, Florida, to take part in the Cheerleading Worlds at ESPN in Disney World at the end of the month.

Salerno pipped in hockey final, but Connacht Hockey still celebrates

The Connacht Hockey community was celebrating on twin fronts this week.

Dreaming of Paralympic glory.

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It was Manchester airport, March 2008, and the flight to Galway had been delayed. Disgruntled passengers wandered through the departures terminal, concerned that Galway Airport might be closed by the time their plane landed. The complaints grew louder with the announcement of a further two hour delay. ‘All intending passengers’ were impatient and fed up. Well, almost all. There was one exception. In the midst of the unhappy throng, there was one person who would have more reason than most to complain and bemoan their predicament. Accompanied by her mother, Aileen, was a young Clarinbridge girl, who was returning home having just had re-construction surgery performed on her foot in a hospital in Sheffield. This was another staging post in what had been a series of operations carried out over a number of years in the English city. Amidst the doom and gloom of the delayed passengers, she stood out like a beacon of light. Smiling, friendly, warm and chatty, welcome to Katie O’Brien. She was twelve years of age.

Wexford will test Shefflin's developing firepower in Pearse Stadum

The first high-profile assignment of Henry Shefflin’s tenure awaits the Galway senior hurlers on Sunday as Wexford travel to Pearse Stadium for a tasty National League encounter.

Ensure you carry through real change and transformation

I see a lot of people who have great intentions throughout the year, start something with vigour and then it fades out over time.

Driving tourism forward — Gleneagle Group relaunches coach tours from across Ireland

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The Gleneagle Hotel in Killarney has announced the relaunch of its hugely popular coach tours for 2022.


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