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The Hare Krishnas are coming to town

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Galway’s festival scene is about to go all spiritual with a Hare Krishna festival.Well known all over the world for their shaven heads, bright saffron robes, for giving out free food and their famous mantra, the event is expected to see hundreds attend.

All Star Cillian O’Connor flies the green and red at Old Trafford

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Mayo footballer Cillian O’Connor may be more familiar with a GAA pitch than a soccer field but he played a blinder nonetheless when he donned the new Mayo kit for the 75,000 strong crowd at Manchester United’s hallowed home ground, Old Trafford, last weekend.

Sinéad Cassidy appointed as sales and PR manager to the g Hotel

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The five star g Hotel has recently appointed Sinéad Cassidy as Sales and PR Manager to one of Ireland’s most luxurious properties, located in the heart of Galway city.

Future of Aviva jobs in Galway remains uncertain

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A crunch meeting between trade union officials and Aviva management held yesterday morning did little to allay fears for jobs throughout the insurance company’s Irish operations, with some jobs in Galway also thought to be at risk.

Future of Aviva jobs in Galway remains uncertain

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A crunch meeting between trade union officials and Aviva management held yesterday morning did little to allay fears for jobs throughout the insurance company’s Irish operations, with some jobs in Galway also thought to be at risk.

Athlone rugby great featured in new John Scally book

The only Roscommon man ever to play rugby for Ireland, Leo Galvin, is one of those featured in the new book, 100 Irish Rugby Greats. Born into a farming family in Taughmaconnell, Galvin’s career with Athlone and Connacht spanned three decades. A former captain and president of Athlone RFC and Connacht, he was one of the driving forces behind the club’s amalgamation with Ballinasloe to form Buccaneers.

Motor industry getting back on its feet

Official figures released by SIMI this week show that 70,103 new cars have been sold so far this year, which is an unexpected boost for the industry given that earlier SIMI predictions were that 70,000 new cars would be sold for the entire year.

Eugene Waldron takes the helm at Claremorris Chamber

At the 49th Annual General Meeting of the Claremorris Chamber of Commerce, local based architect Eugene Waldron stepped up to the position of president, having served two years as vice-president. He succeeds James Kean whose term of office at the helm has come to an end.

Convicted paedophile living under ‘tight controls’ in city order

A convicted paedophile priest living in Kilkenny remains under the ‘close supervision’ and ‘tight controls’ of his order, the public has been assured.

European Commission workers to speak at Galway schools

Secondary school students around Galway will get a chance to learn more about the working of the European Commission this week when a number of EC officials return to their alma maters to discuss their work.

 

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