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Forty-five years on and still delivering

The Galway Advertiser celebrates its 45th birthday today, April 16, 2015. The paper first appeared on April 16, 1970 - an eight-page edition with a print run of 7,000.

GMIT wins three national student achievement awards

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GMIT Students’ Union took home a record three awards at last Thursday's National Student Achievement Awards in Dublin Castle, which was attended by President Michael D Higgins and hosted by the Union of Students in Ireland (USI).

Revlon look to Ireland for new face of European campaign

Cosmetics giant Revlon is inviting Mayo model hopefuls to enter their search for a new spokesmodel to star in a multi-million Euro advertising campaign in print media and on billboards across Europe.

Father and daughter team to revolutionise the job-seeking market with CareerBud

Liam and Orla Delaney have just launched CareerBud.com, a business designed to assist job seekers with the difficult task of finding employment in today’s world. CareerBud is unique in that it is designed to keep the jobseeker at the heart of the process.

Magic Mitchels deliver on the big day

What a performance by Castlebar Mitchels against Corofin. Hands up, I didn’t see that coming. I was very unsure about the quality of club football in the county but at least now I know we have one team capable of competing. Pundits and bookmakers didn’t give Castlebar a chance (4/1 in some places). Upon seeing Kieran Fitzgerald in the press box fully clothed before the game and hearing about a few other Corofin players being doubtful , I promptly got on the mobile and advised punters to get a piece of Castlebar to be ahead at half time and full time at 7/1. I have to admit it was very worrying when Corofin were leading by 1-03 to 0-1 after 12 minutes, Ian Burke was giving Tom Cuniffe the run around and Neil Douglas was losing crucial ball. Every single Castlebar player upped their performance inspired by Eoghan O’Reilly who set the tone with a big hit on a Corofin player. The Castlebar goals couldn’t have come at a better time, Richie Feeney’s palm into the net was a truly brilliant team goal and when Neil Lydon reacted faster to a rebound off the crossbar to net again for the Mitchels it was Corofin who were taking on water.

Poor Clares get substantial donation after blogger defames Galway-based businessman

A blogger has apologised for defamatory tweets posted last month about Declan Ganley in what is believed to be the first legal settlement in the State involving Twitter content.

Street protest as three midlands newspapers are shut down

Staff members, family, friends, and supporters, including local councillors and Oireachtas members, took part in a street march yesterday to protest at the shock closure of three midlands newspapers this week.(Thursday).

Galway Advertiser is still the runaway leader in local newspaper circulation race

The Galway Advertiser has maintained its position as the highest circulation local newspaper in the country at a time when recently published ABC audit figures for Ireland's newspaper industry show a dramatic decline in the circulation of almost all 'paid for' newspapers, both local and national.

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