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Who’s in The Kitchen for breast cancer research?

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TV show ‘The Restaurant’ comes to life in Galway as a celebrity chief takes up residence in Galway’s newest eatery ‘JEKYLL’ at Hyde Bar, Foster Street on April 14 for a fundraiser with a difference in aid of the National Breast Cancer Research Institute.

Fundraiser launched by Kilnadeema Leitrim GAA

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Kilnadeema Leitrim GAA have launched a ‘win a car ’ fundraiser to develop their club facilities.

Public urged to support cancer patient services in Mayo this Daffodil Day

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The public has been urged to give what they can this Daffodil Day in support of crucial services provided by the Irish Cancer Society to patients and their families in Mayo.

Night of classic hits in Monroe’s for Ukraine

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ONE OF Ireland’s favourite DJ’s, Gareth O’Callaghan is hosting an eighties and nineties night in Monroe’s Live on Thursday March 24, with all proceeds going to Red Cross and its work in Ukraine.

Want to have your own seat in Croker for the next five years?

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Parke Keelogues Crimlin GAA have commenced works on a new development in Parke, building on all the work carried out by its members since its foundation in 1970.

Long time United supporter organises fundraiser to assist Ukrainians

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Tommy Shields has spent decades following Galway United. Living in Loughrea with a Ukrainian family nearby Shields simply wanted to provide some assistance.

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.

Westport pays tribute to man of the people

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Westport came to a standstill on Monday to pay tribute to the late Martin Keane who was laid to rest following his funeral mass in St Mary's Church.

Help the Oranmore Men’s Shed get a new premises

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Established in 2015, the Oranmore Men’s Shed acts as a social platform through which men in a community can form close bonds with one another. These sheds are affiliated to the Irish Men’s Sheds Association, a broad network consisting of over 450 sheds throughout Ireland.

Tubberclair GAA elect new committee during online AGM

Tubberclair GAA appointed a new committee during their virtually hosted AGM in recent times.


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