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Thousands of young footballers turn out for St Columba’s Credit Union Invitational Tournament

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Maree/Oranmore fc hosted its St Columba’s Credit Union Invitational Tournament last Sunday when thousands of young footballers from around the county turned out to show their silken skills.

The Murder Of Wolfe Tone, A Show By Paddy Cullivan

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The Murder of Wolfe Tone comes to Galway's Town Hall Theatre on Thursday, February 2. Fittingly, it is the 225th anniversary of the 1798 rebellion and Wolfe Tone's death.

Peter McVerry Trust opens new regional office in Tuam

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Peter McVerry Trust, the national housing and homeless charity, has opened its new Western Regional Office in Tuam.

Tadhg Mac Dhonnagáin in conversation with Doireann Ní Ghríofa at Kennys

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In celebration of the recognition by the EU Prize for Literature 2022 of his novel Madame Lazare, a free event will take place at Kennys Bookshop next Friday, November 18th, when Tadhg Mac Dhonnagáin will be joined in conversation by Doireann ní Ghríofa.

Sadness at passing of former mayor John Mulholland

Tributes were being paid across the country last night to former Galway Mayor and city businessman John Mulholland who passed away on Wednesday, aged 76.

Millions to see Galway on prime NBC slot

A crew from the NBC TV network in the United States has been visiting Galway and Ireland – filming here for four separate TV shows which will be seen by millions of people, or potential American holidaymakers for Ireland, later this year and during 2023.

Dónal Foreman’s The Cry of Granuaile to screen at EYE Cinema

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Irish filmmaker Dónal Foreman’s bold new film The Cry of Granuaile will screen at the EYE Cinema in Wellpark for one week only at 7pm daily from tomorrow Fri September 9.

Making Galway a great city to grow old in

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The Mayor of Galway City, Cllr. Clodagh Higgins met with members of Salthill Active Retired, Access For All, AMACH!, Silver Rainbows and Salthill Men’s Shed group in Salthill, to test out the new Age Friendly seating located adjacent to Ladies Beach.

Two-day event to remember legacy of legendary Aleen Cust, Ireland and Britain’s first female vet

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Celebrated American scientist, neurodiversity exponent and respected animal behaviorist Professor Temple Grandin comes to Atlantic Technological University (ATU) Mountbellew next month (11 August) to speak at the centenary conference honoring the life and work of Aleen Cust, the first woman to work as a veterinary surgeon in Ireland and Britain in the early 1900s.

Advertiser founder conferred with Doctor of Arts by NUI Galway

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The founder of the Galway Advertiser, Ronnie O’Gorman was conferred with an honorary Doctor of Arts by NUI Galway at a ceremony held in the university on Tuesday.

 

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