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Have you got your free tickets for Saturday’s Galway United match?

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Avenir All Island Cup winners Galway United will host top side DLR Waves in a Women’s National League game at Eamonn Deacy Park on Saturday evening — and you and your family and friends can be there to see it free of charge.

Advertiser and Galway United giving away 1,000 tickets to next home match

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225th Anniversary of the Races of Castlebar

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On the road between Castlebar and Belcarra, near the village of Tully, a small stone bridge fords a slow-moving river. The river runs through low boglands in the townland of Logaphuill parallel to the Cottage Road and east of French Hill.

Good timing for United's Cup Final stars as all kicks off down under

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Your local Credit Union supporting back to school costs for Athlone families

Athlone & Castlerea Credit Union is encouraging families within the local community to speak with branch representatives as back to school costs were revealed in the annual Irish League of Credit Unions survey.

Britain washed its hands of the Irish landlord class

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After World War I the remnants of the Anglo Irish landlord class, found themselves marooned in a new, more democratic social world which some of them resented as plutocratic and vulgar.

‘There is a need for ordinary people to say what The Troubles were like’

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From the cages of Long Kesh in the 1970s, to the lecture halls and classrooms of NUI Galway this century, a love of writing and a passionate belief in the importance of education has been central in the life of Paddy McMenamin.

Athlone Town announce men’s senior team manager appointment

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Athlone Town have moved swiftly to replace departed first team manager, Paul Doolin, with the appointment of Martin Russell to the position on Tuesday morning.

Count on Ballinasloe, Naomh Brendain, Loughrea, and Gort credit unions for an ethical student loan

Third level education costs continue to take their toll on students in Ireland. New research shows that more than two thirds struggle financially while at college. Three quarters are working to cope with costs. A substantial 55 per cent are skipping lectures in favour of paid work. This is understandable when students living outside of home are spending €1,047 per month. Those living at home also spend a significant €738 each month.

Athlone Town appoint Doolin as head coach Carberry departs role

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Athlone Town have confirmed the appointment of Paul Doolin as senior team manager following the departure of Adrian Carberry from the role this week.


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