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Three things Galway footballers must do on Sunday to stop Mayo

1 - Stop Mayo's half-back line

Three things Galway footballers must do on Sunday to stop Mayo

1 - Stop Mayo's half-back line

Mags Sheehan sets herself a tough task in the Claremorris area

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It’s not easy to get elected to the county council.

Galway can grab greater slice of €450bn sport tourism product

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Galway can advance its already strong sport tourism product and grab a greater slice of the €450bn global industry in the sector, the organisers of a major think-tank of international experts in the field in May have stated.

Old dog can still break from the traps

Q: I’ve been called to interviews. My immediate reaction was to run a mile. I haven’t done an interview since I left school, and that’s not today or yesterday – let’s put it this way, I’ve lived through my fair share of currency changes. I’ve run my own business for the past 25 years. I’m probably set in my ways. Can you teach an old dog new tricks? ‘Needs must’, hence my return to full-time employment. Any suggestions? (KK, email).

Flights from Knock to Dublin to be cancelled from this summer

Flights from Knock Airport to Dublin are to cease in July following the Government decision revealed this week to withdraw public service obligation funding for the route.

The A-Z of the year that was 2010

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A - Athlone GAA Club celebrated their 125th year in existence. It was an honour for me to be captain 50 years on from the first of the famous six-in-a-row wins. Unfortunately we added no silverware at senior level. Making the knockout stages was progress and hopes are high that we can build on that in 2011. Our u14s won the Feile and u16s won the county title indicating a bright future for the club.

Annoying work meetings wasting lots of time

Work meetings are part and parcel of Irish business life but for many employees having to sit around the table listening to the constant use of ‘buzz words’ and cliches can prove extremely annoying.

Comeback king Burke outlines his vision for Mayo

After losing his seat in the 2004 Local Elections, some might have assumed that they had seen the last of Michael Burke in local politics - until the Ballinrobe based business man put himself forward once again last year and the people of the newly formed Claremorris electoral area put their faith in him. This week Cllr Burke completed the full circle on his famous political comeback after becoming first citizen of the county following his election as Cathaoirleach of Mayo County Council.

GAA: National Football League

Just after the final whistle had blown in McHale Park last Sunday evening and with the taste of victory still fresh in his mouth, Mayo manager John O’Mahony was still urging caution despite the comprehensive manner in which his side had just dismantled Galway. “It's two points at the end of the day, you won't be asking me about this next September, or October, or even July,” was O’Mahony take on people getting carried away following last Sunday’s result.

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