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Interim examiner appointed to Elverys

On Wednesday afternoon The High Court appointed Simon Coyle of Mazars as the interim examiner to Staunton Sports (trading as Elverys). Elverys has its headquarters in Castlebar and has 55 stores across Ireland and employs 650 people. The appointment of the interim receiver came on foot of a petition by NAMA. There had been much speculation on the future of the company after news broke late last week of plans for the company to be placed into receivership, before being acquired by the company’s management with the backing of investors in a pre-pack receivership.

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Ó Clochartaigh calls on rural communities to unite in oppose austerity policies

Communities in County Galway must unite and be vocal in their opposition to the Government’s austerity policies which will do nothing but “undermine the social fabric of our rural areas”.

HSE should use St Francis’ beds says Connolly

Galway’s city councillors want the HSE West to use empty beds in St Francis’ Nursing Home as step down beds for University Hospital Galway, and to employ the extra staff.

St Francis Home could be used as step-down facility if proposal gets green light

Empty beds at St Francis Community Nursing Home in Newcastle could be used as a step-down facility to relieve the pressure on University Hospital Galway if a proposal being put forward by an HSE manager gets the go-ahead.

Salthill Devon to play League of Ireland football at Terryland with rebranded team

Salthill Devon’s League of Ireland team will today be rebranded as SD Galway FC and play its League of Ireland fixtures at Terryland Park for the upcoming season, but FAI chief executive John Delaney believes the Galway United Supporters’ Trust can still play a role in League of Ireland football in the west.

Bee Green – professional garment care

Bee Green at Briarhill Shopping Centre (next door to KFC) is the first professional garment cleaner in Ireland to offer a revolutionary, safe, environmentally friendly, option for cleaning clothes. The 100 per cent non-toxic cleaning service ensures that your clothes are safely and thoroughly cleaned. Bee Green only uses detergents that are fully bio-degradable, making them good for you, your clothes, the environment, and future generations. And of course the most important point is that it is no more expensive – in fact when you take into account the broader benefits for your safety, it is a positive saving for all.

Local playground company showcases cutting edge equipment at Young Scientist Exhibition

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A Galway based playground company showcased cutting edge play equipment with integrated technology to challenge teenagers both intellectually and physically at the Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition recently.

Have a sailing and civilian aircraft festival not a warplanes show says Connolly

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It is vital for Galway to build on the success of the Volvo Ocean Race and having an airshow could be the way to do it, but it should be a civilian air display not one featuring war planes.

Daydream your way to better health

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“Pay attention”. How often have you heard that command as you are firmly jolted back to reality from the world of fantasy?


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