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Make a Dark Day Brighter for people with sight loss in Westmeath

NCBI, the national sight loss organisation, is asking for your support to help Make a Dark Day Brighter for the 4,300 people living with sight loss in Westmeath on the shortest day of the year. From its base in Athlone, NCBI provides practical and emotional support, rehabilitation services, and other training designed to help people with sight loss to live independently.

Unsung heroes of Galway lifeboat stations honoured

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Four RNLI Galway volunteers were honoured at awards ceremonies in Dublin and Belfast.

Community Diary

Annual Collection Day for Croí

GUST Flag Day

Galway United Supporters’ Trust will be holding a fundraising flag day in Galway city centre on Saturday. Proceeds will be used to help cover the cost of entering a team in the FAI u-19 League for the 2012-2013 season.

NUIG students raise €21,600 in Earth, Wind and Fire charity challenge

NUI Galway Students’ Union set a trio of unique charity challenges for students this year, taking their inspiration from the elements with the Earth, Wind and Fire Charity Challenge. More than 200 students rose to this challenge raising around €21,600 for charity in the process.

Galway Rowing Club appeals for new boat

Galway Rowing Club, the city’s oldest, is appealing for financial support for the purchase of a new boat.

Castlebar Scouts

First Mayo Scouts, Castlebar, are holding an annual Flag Day fundraiser on Saturday February 18. Your support is greatly appreciated.

Flag Day for Hope

The Hope Foundation who work with street children in Calcutta will hold a flag day in Kilkenny city on November 12.

Problems continue to mount for United

Though the performance levels have improved slightly, the stark current reality is that Galway United are at their lowest ebb for a decade.

Connor hoping a little luck will turn United’s campaign

With confidence dwindling, relegation pressure mounting, and the list of defeats increasing, the timing of tomorrow's trip to Tallaght Stadium for a clash with champions Shamrock Rovers could not be worse as Galway United seek to climb off the bottom of the League of Ireland premier division table.


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