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Galway business scoops regional title at National Enterprise Awards

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Grá Chocolates, who are supported by Local Enterprise Office (LEO) Galway, were winners at this year’s National Enterprise Awards, taking home the Best in the West Region Award.

Seashore event celebrates the biodiversity of An Cheathrú Rua

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The local community of An Cheathrú Rua is being invited to participate in a Seashore Bio-Blitz, Scavenger Hunt and Litter Beach Clean-up in Trá an Dóilín on Friday May 24.

Wexford wobble leaves Galway two lifelines in Leinster

After the worrying nature of their loss to Wexford last week, the Galway senior hurlers have two games left to salvage their Leinster Championship ambitions, beginning up north at Corrigan Park to face Antrim this Saturday, May 18, with throw-in at 2pm.

Havana seeks closer ties with Galway

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Cuba’s ambassador to Ireland unveiled a new plaque in Galway last week celebrating historic links between the two island nations.

CBD brand pioneered by Galway entrepreneur Chanelle McCoy is first to gain food safety approval in UK

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CBD brand Pureis®, founded by Loughrea woman Chanelle McCoy, has this week become the frist CBD product to gain a Positive Safety Assessment from the UK’s Food Standards Agency. This endorsement from the FSA Scientific Committee indicates that Pureis® Ultra Pure CBD has successfully fulfilled the rigorous criteria necessary to progress to the final stage of the Novel Food Licensing process.

Hurlers must solve Leinster riddle

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The Galway senior hurlers head south-east this Saturday, May 4, to take on Wexford at 4pm during a weekend of action in which the race for three qualifying places in the Leinster championship becomes more of a riddle.

Tipperary take the spoils in Semple Stadium showdown

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Having clawed their way back from significant deficits in both halves, the Galway senior hurlers ran out of steam in the closing minutes of last Sunday’s National League encounter with Tipperary as the hosts ran out five point victors.

The Church of Christ the King

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Around the year 1930, there were about 400 residents in Salthill and it was attracting large number of visitors and tourists who came in the summer. There was provision at the time for the building of some 100 homes. The population was growing but there was no church in the area. Any resident or tourist who wished to go to Mass had to travel into the Jesuit Church or St Joseph’s, or out west to the chapel in Barna.

Corinthians U20’s wins top of the table clash against Dublin University

It was a game that had been anticipated for some time. The battle of the top two teams in the JP Flanagan Leinster U20 League with the result having a major bearing on where the league title would go. Corinthians and Dublin University were the teams coming into this battle, and after eighty minutes of sublime rugby from both sides, it was Corinthians who came out on top by just a single point.

Midland hospitals urging you to protect yourself from Covid-19 and flu this winter

The Department of Public Health, HSE Dublin & Midlands and Midlands Hospital at Tullamore and Portlaoise Hospitals have come together to support healthcare workers to protect themselves and the public from Covid-19 and influenza this winter.

 

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