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Dublin airport ranked as eighth most stressful in Europe

The most stressful airports in Europe have been revealed, with Dublin ranking in eighth position.

Garrycastle GAA club announce full details of 2024 ‘Winner Takes All’ fundraising competition

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As the All-Ireland Football championship starts up for 2024, Garrycastle GAA Club are excited to announce the launch of their ‘Winner Takes All’ fundraising competition where one lucky winner will walk away with two tickets for the All-Ireland football final, a two night stay in the Gibson Hotel on the All-Ireland Football final weekend and €1000 in spending money.

Ardiff and Flako play midnight gigs at Monroe’s

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Co Meath’s singer-songwriter Robert John Ardiff will perform on Saturday, February 24, as part of Monroe’s dual-stage ‘Isn’t It Midnight’ event.

Two mouth-watering local clashes for Galway basketball fans

The Superleague Galway derby between Maigh Cuilinn and Maree is often a highlight of the basketball season west of the Shannon. Due to an issue with the University of Galway Sports Arena in November 2023, the first meeting of these great Galway rivals was postponed so that now we have two in as many weeks.

ALONE call for an immediate action plan on loneliness as data reveals concerning trend

ALONE, the national organisation supporting older people to age at home, has called for action from the Department of Health on loneliness, as new data shows that Ireland is the loneliest country in Europe.

Survey of creative projects in Galway and Gort

The University of Galway’s UrbanLab is inviting creative people and groups in Galway city and Gort to take part in a survey that connects art, culture, and place. The survey, which is open to artists and organisations, will see €5,000 in funding awarded to two projects that best address local issues.

Mystics selected for Ireland team

Four Galway basketball players have been selected on the U20 women's squad to compete at the European Championships.

Have your spake at Speak Outs in Galway City and Gort

What’s wrong with Galway? What’s right with it? University of Galway’s UrbanLab invites members of the public to share their thoughts through a series of Speak Outs in Galway City and Gort. These Speak Outs offer an opportunity to explore the question, ‘How can we make better places?’. People who wish to present at the Speak Outs are asked to give a short five minute talk on a local issue of their choice.

Borden adds to his remarkable story with Galway United

A masterful away performance last week in Waterford, where they emerged with a precious 1-0 victory, means three wins in three games for Galway United.

Museum-based art therapy workshops explore positive mental health in an unexpected setting

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A series of art therapy workshops, currently being run by Red Door Studio at Galway City Museum, are bringing a positive mental health message to an unexpected setting. The workshops, called Re:Imagine, use the museum's exhibits as a form of therapy - by exploring the space, and creating their own art in response to this, participants can learn to understand themselves better, and heal through self expression in a safe space.

 

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